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    Ministers of ICT, Endowments Discuss Work System Automation and Development

    Cairo, 3 December 2018

    The Minister of Communications and Information Technology Amr Talaat has met, at his office in Smart Village, with the Minister of Religious Endowments Mohammad Mokhtar Gomaa, and his accompanying delegation, where a wide-ranging meeting was held, attended by senior officials of both ministries, to discuss the automation and development of the work system of the Ministry of Religious Endowment, using ICT applications, within the framework of digital transformation projects.

    The meeting was attended by the Vice Minister for Digital Transformation, Automation and Administrative Development Khaled El Attar and MCIT- GIS Department Director and the protocol’s supervisor Alaa Al-Hayes. This is in addition to the members of the joint project working group at the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT).

    The meeting reviewed the most important projects and tasks carried out during the previous period and the future plans to be implemented through the cooperation protocol signed in September 2016 between MCIT, the Egyptian Endowments Authority and the Egyptian Survey Authority. The Protocol aims to improve the system and efficiency of the work environment at the Egyptian Endowments Authority, using the latest ICT means and technologies, and to contribute to the provision of electronic services, applications and technical support to enable the Egyptian Endowments Authority to carry out its duties. The Protocol is within the framework of the national project of digital transformation, in cooperation with all the State’s sectors, seeking to transform the society into an ICT based society in all aspects of life. It aims to transform all government services into digital transactions, use different data in the analysis and issue the indicators necessary to support and assist decision makers to manage the State’s resources and decision-making processes, based on accurate data.

    Within the framework of the joint cooperation between the two ministries, data of the Endowments’ lands and properties was collected in 25 governorates within an integrated database of the Endowments for the first time in Egypt. A digital map of the Endowments was created. This is in addition to the 100% integration of the Endowments’ data with the digital map at the Egyptian Survey Authority for 18 governorates. The completion of the integrated map is currently underway in other seven governorates, to be finalized in February 2019.

    During the meeting, they agreed to start future projects to automate the transactions of the Endowments’ properties and automate the work cycles at the Ministry, the Authority and all their affiliated areas nationwide to facilitate procedures for citizens through the Single Window Service (SWS). This is in addition to providing training to the specialized calibers at the Ministry of Endowments on how to use ICT applications and tools to upgrade the work system and services provided to citizens.

    The future development plans are based on utilizing the current outputs of the database in building a system for developing pricing mechanisms for the Endowments’ lands and buildings, based on spatial analyses. This is in addition to developing a system for managing and supervising the collections, and infringements on the Endowments’ properties; surveying late payments; supervising how far collectors follow collection plans; and evaluating their performance, thus contributing to support decision makers and maximize the returns on investments in the Endowments’ resources and properties.

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