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    Cooperation Protocol Signed between MCIT, General Prosecution for Broadband Services

    Cairo, 2 January 2014

    The Egyptian Prosecutor General Hisham Barakat and the Minister of Communications and Information Technology Atef Helmy signed today a new cooperation protocol between Egypt public prosecution and the Ministry of Communications and information Technology (MCIT) for broadband internet services at public prosecution offices across the country.

    The protocol comes in line with the pilot project to promote broadband in all ministries and administrative bodies nationwide after being approved by the Council of Ministers in the session number 19 held on December 3, 2013 for the broadband strategy, launched by MCIT as a national initiative where all sectors could benefit from.

    Moreover, the protocol comes out of Egypt Public Prosecution offices keenness to enhance ICT efficiency in all affiliate bodies.

    The 5-year protocol aims to provide sustainable broadband internet to improve the services in 150 prosecution offices nationwide.

    According to the protocol clauses MCIT, as part of its broadband strategy, provides the broadband services to a number of the public prosecution affiliates; while the public prosecution undertakes the measurements to sustainably operate the services.

    The broadband initiative, launched by MCIT, develops broadband infrastructure nationwide, encourages investment in the sector, delivers services at affordable prices and provides government services to citizens with the latest technologies worldwide.

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