The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers d. Mahdi Al-Alaq pointed out that the e-government is a national project for reforming managerial qualifications to leave the paperwork and shorten the time and effort in line with the global trends, stressing its determination to implement the project through the decisions issued by the most important nationalization of salaries and the application of credit.
He pointed out that the challenges facing the work of the committee are based on three axes (infrastructure, training of human resources, legislation of laws), stressing that the committee reached a good stage to overcome these challenges through the completion of the Ministry of Communications and the completion of the delivery work Optical cable to connect all government institutions within the basics of project implementation.
The representative of the Japanese Embassy promised to implement the e-government in Iraq as an essential foundation for the success and development of institutional reform and achieving sustainable development to overcome the administrative complexities that will contribute to attracting investment to the country.
For her part, the representative of the World Bank stressed the need for Iraq to open up to the world and achieve economic growth and activate e-commerce through the implementation of e-government projects.
The Supreme Committee reviewed the achievements of the previous phase, in addition to its five-year plan through a series of programs, notably the government network, the unified card, post offices, information security and the automation of government procedures.
The workshop, which was attended by a number of diplomatic figures and specialists and officials in this area, discussed the problems and obstacles facing the e-government projects and the settlement of salaries.