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Yesser Signs Cooperation Agreement with the National Information Society Agency of South Korea<img alt="" src="/AR/mediacenter/News/PublishingImages/2017/DSC00034.JPG?RenditionID=5" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>​Seoul-Media Affairs:<br>The e-Government Program (Yesser) signed a cooperation agreement with the National Information Society Agency of South Korea during the visit of Yesser delegation headed by Eng. Ali bin Nasser Alasiri, Director General of Yesser Program, during the period of 8-10 May 2018. <br>Eng. Alasiri emphasized that this agreement aims for full cooperation between the two sides, providing support for Yesser in all the fields of National Enterprise Architecture and ICT investment governance as well as sharing research findings and studies and exchanging expertise in the field of digital government. This agreement also includes cooperation in building and enhancing the national capacities via customized training programs that will be held in the National Academy of South Korea, seconding experts and specialists in the relevant areas, and transferring knowledge to support the operation of National Enterprise Architecture Platform.<br>Yesser signed this agreement to enhance the digital transformation journey in Saudi Arabia by building strategic partnership with agencies in the outstanding countries in the field of digital transformation. Yesser will benefit from their expertise in this field, which will support Yesser to enable the government agencies in Saudi Arabia to realize their aspirations and serve the beneficiaries in a high level of performance.</p>The e-Government Program (Yesser) signed a cooperation agreement with the National Information Society Agency of South Korea..8/1/2018 9:00:00 PM2018-08-02T08:31:29Z696
Yesser Signs Two Cooperation Agreements with MODON<img alt="" src="/AR/mediacenter/News/PublishingImages/2017/YM3.jpg?RenditionID=5" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p style="text-align:justify;">​Riyadh- e-Media:</p><p style="text-align:justify;">Saudi Industrial Property Authority (MODON) and the e-Government Program (Yesser) signed two cooperation agreements at MODON’s headquarters in Riyadh to benefit from the services of the Government Service Bus (GSB) for providers and E-Correspondence System, which are both provided by Yesser Program. These agreements will enable the two sides to fulfil their commitments in achieving the goals of National Transformation Program 2020 and Saudi Vision 2030. </p><p style="text-align:justify;">Both agreements, signed by Eng. Khalid bin Mohammed Alsalem, Director General of MODON, and Eng. Ali Nasser Alasiri, Director General of Yesser Program, aim to build a strong strategic relationship to enable MODON to launch development projects that strengthen the integration process between MODON and other government agencies. These agreements also come in line with the Council of Ministers Resolution that demands government agencies to manage and make the shared data accessible to other government agencies in order to enable the integration of data between the government agencies and facilitate the provision of e-government services.  </p><p style="text-align:justify;">The first agreement (Interconnection with GSB as a Service Provider) contributes in facilitating the provision of MODON’s e-services in compliance with Yesser’s requirements. Requesting the validate data from the relevant agencies will be electronically in order to facilitate the procedure for the beneficiary when requesting the data that is required in the government e-services forms. The second agreement (Interconnection with e-Correspondence System) contributes in facilitating the interconnection of MODON with various government agencies and allowing the government agencies to exchange, track, store and retrieve documents and correspondences between them electronically in a high level of reliability and security under the supervision of Yesser. </p><p style="text-align:justify;">Eng. Alsalem emphasized that these agreements come within MODON’s objectives and strategies of cooperating, building partnerships, and strengthening integration with other government agencies and the private sector. Therefore, it will support its orientation in fulfilling its role towards the nation and society as one of the main pillars in industry and a key partner in supporting the development process and national economy. He pointed out that MODON is building fruitful cooperative relationships with all agencies that stimulate and create a suitable environment for industrial growth, support MODON’s approach, and contribute in the achievement of MODON’s strategies, plans and programs.  </p><p style="text-align:justify;">Eng. Alasiri indicated that Yesser is permanently focusing on the needs and requirements of the government agencies as part of its efforts to support the government agencies’ progress in the digital transformation and providing better and more accessible e-services to all beneficiaries. He pointed out that Yesser provides the necessary support for all agencies and strives to meet the Saudi government’s aspirations for achieving the desired development for Saudi society.</p><p style="text-align:justify;"></p>Saudi Industrial Property Authority (MODON) and the e-Government Program (Yesser) signed two cooperation agreements..8/1/2018 9:00:00 PM2018-08-02T08:25:36Z695
MOJ Succeeded In Sending 15,000 Judicial E-Notifications<p style="text-align:justify;">​Riyadh- e-Media:</p><p style="text-align:justify;">The number of judicial notifications sent by the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) to the defendants has recently reached 15,000. The MOJ used electronic communications to send the judicial notifications pursuant to the royal order issued in this regard.</p><p style="text-align:justify;">The MOJ abolished the job of “process server", which is the job that includes the procedure of submitting the court documents to the defendant in person and this procedure changed into electronic procedure. MOJ pointed out that the employees who were working in this position were referred to other work and the ministry started to train and qualify them to gradually transform their career paths.</p><p style="text-align:justify;">MOJ has also launched a number of projects and initiatives related to the digital transformation field, which facilitate procedures for beneficiaries. The most notable projects and initiatives of the MOJ in the area of digital transformation are connecting county court with appellate courts electronically, digital business intelligence platform, e-power of attorney system, e-network for judicial departments, Najez e-portal, notary e-service, e-payment service, electronic trials, digital system of housing stock, e- connectivity between MOJ and government agencies, and e-inquiry service to follow up on cases.</p><p style="text-align:justify;"></p>The number of judicial notifications sent by the Ministry of Justice (MOJ)..8/1/2018 9:00:00 PM2018-08-02T07:42:52Z694
UN Ranks KSA among the Most Developed Countries in Regulation of CIT Sector<p>​Riyadh- e-Media:<br>International Telecommunication Union (ITU) ranked the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) among the most developed countries in the regulation of CIT sector worldwide. This category also included a number of other countries such as the United States and United Kingdom. The countries that have been ranked in this category are distinguished by adopting the best international practices to provide a suitable environment for developing the ICT sector and working collaboratively with stakeholders for pursuing economic and social goals.<br>Dr. Abdulaziz bin Salem Alruwais, Governor of the Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC), said it was a great honor for the KSA to be ranked among the countries that adopt best international practices to build an environment that fosters the growth and development of the CIT sector as well as other sectors. He added that this ranking comes as a result of the CITC’s efforts to make the CIT sector in the forefront of countries that adopt the latest technologies and fulfill the aspirations of citizens. CITC has recently implemented several initiatives, such as launching initial testing of G5, the establishment of spectrum auction, and its efforts in enabling the Internet of things (IoT) in Saudi Arabia.<br>Dr. Alruwais emphasized that this ranking reflects Saudi Arabia’s global leading position that could not have been achieved without the unlimited support of Saudi’s wise leadership. He pointed out that CITC, with the continuous support and follow-up of H.E. Eng. Abdullah bin Amer Al-Swaha, Minister of Communications and Information Technology, would continue its efforts to realize the development in the sector, enable digital transformation, and improve the national economy’s efficiency in line with Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 and the National Transformation Program 2020.<br>The study that has been conducted included 50 standards that covers many aspects, such as quality of service, licenses, spectrum, competition, participation in infrastructure, protecting users, and how to manage technical developments.<br></p>International Telecommunication Union (ITU) ranked the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) among the most developed ..8/1/2018 9:00:00 PM2018-08-02T07:35:05Z693
Council of Saudi Chambers Signs Agreement with Yesser to Interconnect with GBS <p>​Riyadh- e-Media:<br>The e-Government Program (Yesser) and the Council of Saudi Chambers (CSC) have signed a cooperation agreement at the CSC’s headquarter. The agreement aims to interconnect the CSC with the Government Service Bus (GSB). GSB is a central platform for interconnection and integration among government agencies to facilitate the inquiry process about the shared government data and information in a credible and reliable way. Through this interconnection, the council will benefit from the e-services available on the GSB. <br>The signing took place at CSC’s headquarter. Dr. Saud bin Abdulaziz Almashary, Secretary General of the CSC, and Eng. Adel Asiri, Deputy Director Government e-Transformation Support, on behalf of the Director General of Yesser, have signed the agreement. <br>As part of the CSC efforts in adopting the concept of e-transactions and raising the efficiency and quality of its services, Dr. Almashary highlighted the importance of this agreement because it enables the CSC to be interconnected with GSB officially.<br>Eng. Ali bin Nasser Alasiri, Director General of Yesser, appreciated CSC’s efforts in joining GSB as provider and consumer of data and services. He indicated that as part of the digital transformation plan in Saudi Arabia, Yesser has launched GSB to build a common infrastructure among the government agencies to provide various e-services. <br>He stated that GSB is an integrated system in which various common services of government agencies are provided, highlighting that the agreement will enable the CSC to benefit from GSB’s services and use the data and information provided by different government agencies. He added that Yesser will cooperate with CSC in open data; this cooperation is part of Yesser’s efforts to support the digital transformation journey in Saudi Arabia. Open data is one of the most significant standards of the e-government development according to the international standards.<br></p>The e-Government Program (Yesser) and the Council of Saudi Chambers (CSC) have signed a cooperation ..7/28/2018 9:00:00 PM2018-07-29T09:14:46Z692
General Authority of Zakat and Tax Launches Zakaty E-Portal and Smartphone App<img alt="" src="/AR/mediacenter/News/PublishingImages/2017/zakaty1.png?RenditionID=5" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>​Riyadh- Media Affairs:<br>The General Authority of Zakat and Tax (GAZT) launched Zakaty, an e-portal and smartphone application, to provide a new optional e-service for individuals that enables them to pay their Zakat online. Zakaty e-portal provides many e-services for individuals, such as information about Zakat, Zakat calculator which is to facilitate calculating the Nisab values, and paying the Zakat in reliable and credible way via SADAD system. SADAD system will be sending the Zakat directly to the beneficiaries of the Social Security Program and this came as part of a partnership agreement between the GAZT and the Ministry of Labor and Social Development.<br>Eng. Suhail Mohammed Abanmi, Governor of GAZT, clarified that launching Zakaty e-portal and application is part of the Authority’s efforts in developing the way of working and leveraging technology to simplify its procedures, transactions and development of the e-services in order to make them more flexible and secure. He added that the e-services on Zakaty e-portal are optional for the individuals. One of the optional services is paying your Zakat electronically in a few minutes reliably and credibly.<br>He highlighted that the Authority has unwavering commitment to develop its programs and activities for raising the quality of the e-services provided to the individuals and agencies. GAZT aims at establishing the best integrated systems in the management, calculation and collection of Zakat resources which will contribute in raising the efficiency of performance and providing a suitable method for individuals to pay their Zakat easily and to the rightful recipients of Zakat.<br>Zakaty e-portal allows all individuals in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to benefit from the e-services by accessing the following link www.zakaty.gov.sa or downloading the application.<br></p>The General Authority of Zakat and Tax (GAZT) launched Zakaty, an e-portal and smartphone application, to provide a new optional e-service for individuals that enables them to pay their Zakat online..7/28/2018 9:00:00 PM2018-07-29T09:09:53Z691
Yesser Presents about NEA to HRDF Employees <p>Riyadh – Media Affairs: <br>The e-Government Program (Yesser) team gave a presentation about the concept of the National Enterprise Architecture (NEA) and National Overall Reference Architecture (NORA) to a number of Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF) employees through the workshop that was held at the HRDF’s headquarters.<br>Yesser aimed through this workshop to introduce and highlight the importance of implementing the concept of enterprise architecture as a permanent practice and its role in supporting the government agencies to realize their goals within 2030 vision. This workshop is one of Yesser’s efforts to enable the government agencies to progress in the digital transformation.<br></p>The e-Government Program (Yesser) team gave a presentation about the concept of the National Enterprise Architecture (NEA)..7/28/2018 9:00:00 PM2018-07-29T09:05:40Z690
Yesser Signs Cooperation Agreement with Government Digital Service in UK<p>​London-Media Affairs:<br>The e-Government Program (Yesser) signed a cooperation agreement with the Government Digital Service Office in the United Kingdom during the visit of the Saudi government delegation headed by Eng. Ali bin Nasser Alasiri, Director General of Yesser, during the period of 21-23 May 2018. <br>Eng. Alasiri emphasized that Yesser Program signed this agreement to enhance the digital transformation in the government sector in Saudi Arabia by raising the efficiency of government services and building leadership capacity in the field of digital government.<br>He indicated that the agreement aims at cooperating in a number of areas to develop the digital skills and capability in the government sector and utilizing global expertise in the development of digital government services, pointing out that it supports Yesser Program’ orientations to use open data, build a digital academy and a government marketplace, rationalize the ICT procurement, and to benefit from the UK’s expertise in the standardization of technical standards.  <br>He added that this agreement enables Yesser to achieve the desired development of digital transformation in Saudi Vision 2030 by building strategic partnership with the UK which ranked first place in the UN e-Government Index and is one of the outstanding countries in the field of digital transformation. Benefiting from such expertise will support Yesser to enable the government agencies in Saudi Arabia in realizing their aspirations and serving the beneficiaries in a high level of performance, in line with the National Transformation Program’s goals.<br></p>The e-Government Program (Yesser) signed a cooperation agreement with the Government Digital Service Office in the United Kingdom..7/28/2018 9:00:00 PM2018-07-29T09:01:12Z689

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