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E-Govt course to address service issues

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TWENTY-FOUR participants of four project teams took part in the second workshop for their Senior Executive e-Government Course (SEEC) and MiddleExcexutive e-Government Course (MEEC), in formulating policy, practices, manual and guideline associated with e-Government initiatives for the near future.
Participants consisted of Senior and Middle Executives from various ministeries who presented their group project proposals. They covered various topics such as Smart Health, Enhancing e-Darussalam, Enhancing Data Accessibility (Exams & Scholarships), and Enhancing the Utilisation of Government Employee Management System (GEMS).

 The project teams emphasise the inter-ministeries collaboration in enhancing value-added services to cater for stakeholders, with particular emphasis on citizens. >For the full story, visit The Brunei Times

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