A total of 960 government services were automated and digitized at a rate of 40%, according to the executive program for the Economic Modernization Vision (EMV). Ministry of Digital Economy and Entrepreneurship said multiple achievements were made within the program’s government services and digitization axis so far, primarily launch of 8 government applications for smart phones and e-visas, and development of many internal e-systems in several public institutions and departments. In a press statement on Saturday, the ministry added that the National Unified Registry (NUR) for Services was established to be the blanket platform for all government departments and institutions to manage their service-related records. The ministry added that the database portal also seeks to train public employees to use the registry to periodically review and update service cards, with a total number of 2,600 services provided by 54 gov’t institutions on the Sanad website, which makes services data accessible to all citizens.
Source: Jordan News Agency