Bahrain eGA signs up Zayani for key project
Manama, September 18, 2012
The Bahrain eGovernment Authority (eGA) has signed an agreement with Zayani Infosystems Middle East for the implementation and development of system management programs and projects.
The eGA move come as part of its plans to develop and execute an electronic system for the implementation and development of system management programs and projects, in order to facilitate the operations carried out individually or in collaboration with other entities, said eGA CEO Mohammed Ali Al Qaed after signing the deal with Zayani Infosystems Middle East chairman Dr Faisal Al-Zayani.
"The eGA places great importance into developing a system and working environment for the implementation of projects. It has adopted the Program Management Office (PMO) to ensure project management according to the highest standards of competence and within the time specified without exceeding the allocated budget," Dr Al Qaed remarked.
"This confirms the progress of the highly accurate and efficient implemented projects that were accomplished according to assigned time schedules; such projects go in line with Bahrain Economic Vision 2030’s objectives, to improve the quality of services provided by the public sector," he stated.
The authority, he said, decided to take advantage of private sector expertise in such field in order to enhance the principle of partnership within the sector.
On the project tieup, Dr Al-Zayani said, "We are proud to partner with the public sector such as the eGA who assigned us to develop and execute a system for the implementation and development of system management programs and projects passing through PMO."
"Through this agreement, we place all of our capabilities to develop and introduce the management information system projects that are integrated and unified, in order to ensure the completion of projects on time,"he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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