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RTA signs agreement with Dubai Ambulance Services

DUBAI, May 19, 2018

Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has signed an agreement with the Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services thus enabling the issuance of approvals for ambulance vehicles operated by private health entities online.
The MoU entitles the Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services access to the SDDI for issuing online approvals to ambulance vehicles operated by private health entities, said a statement from RTA. 
The procedure is conducted under the RTA’s laws governing this service. The MoU also calls for providing the required technical support and training for the Corporation employees on the operation of the system, it stated.
"This move is a part of the RTA’s strategy to step up cooperation with all Dubai government departments and share information and knowledge in relevant fields," remarked Abdullah Yousef Al Ali, the chief executive of the Licencing Agency at RTA, after signing the deal with Khalifa Al Darai, CEO of Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services.
"The MoU stems from the commitment of the RTA to engage in fruitful cooperation with Dubai government departments in the interest of clients of all parties and the community as a whole," stated Al Ali.
He pointed out that the online system would save the time and effort of private health entities seeking NOCs. 
"It facilitates the procedures of availing licencing services online without obliging clients to visit service centres to submit documents. It realises the directives of our leaders to ease the delivery of services, switch to a paperless government environment and cut short procedures of availing the service," remarked Al Ali. 
Thus, it contributes to the RTA’s strategy aimed at integrating services through establishing online links with government entities undertaking jobs related to the scope of the RTA," he added.-TradeArabia News Service

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