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BREAKING: UAE to convert 50% of government service centers to digital platform


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A top leader in the UAE has recently announced the revision of the government structure in the country. 

The new structure has been revealed today by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai. 

In his announcement, he said that the UAE will be ‘canceling 50% of government service centres and converting them to digital platforms within two years while merging 50% of federal agencies with each other or within ministries creating new government ministerial positions’.

The new structure means creating new executive heads in specialized sectors. 

“Creating Ministry of Industry and Advanced Technology that works to develop the industrial sector in the country.. and merged the Emirates Authority For Standardization and Metrology with it… and moved the Ministry of State for Advanced Sciences to be under its umbrella.. and appointed Sultan Al Jaber as Minister of Industry and Advanced technology,” he added. 

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