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What does EGA stand for?

EGA stands for E-Government Authority (United Arab Emirates)

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  • Information technology (IT) and computers
  • Military and Government

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Bahrain Post in cooperation with the e-Government Authority has launched a new mobile service for parcel tracking, as part of the Ministry of Transportation's strategic plan aimed at increasing postal services to better serve the public.
e-Government Authority (eGA) chief executive Mohammed Al Qaed revealed the figure after opening the sixth Bahrain International e-Government Forum and Exhibition.
His Excellency further added that the mutual cooperation between Bahrain Post and the e-Government Authority has resulted in significant advancement in facilitating e-services, and the two services currently offered are only two of many to follow in the future and that aim in further facilitating e-services' efficiency and effectiveness.
Isa AbdulRahman, Director of Marketing and Awareness at the e-Government Authority said, "This cooperation of ministries and government bodies is one of the ways in which Bahrain will achieve its Vision 2030 initiatives towards a bright and prosperous future for all in the Kingdom.
e-Government Authority (eGA) chief executive Mohammed Al Qaed revealed the figure after opening the sixth Bahrain International e-Government Forum and Exhibition, according to a report in the Gulf Daily News, our sister publication.
Regarding the CEO of the e-Government Authority Mohammed Al-Qaed, he asserted that activating e-communication in the government work is a major step reflecting the wise leadership's commitment to a national strategy aiming to consolidate sustainable development and ensure the welfare of the citizens.
e-Government Authority project manager Ahmed Al Sawafiri presented the new national e-Government strategy which is expected to be implemented by 2016.