December 12, 2021 02:31 GMT
A total of 45 government entities in the Territory have reduced their paper consumption by more than 336 million papers, which translates to savings of about $354 million.
The Government of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates has achieved the objectives of its digital transformation strategy and has become the first “paper-free” country in the world, mentioned WAM News Agency.
“[El hito] Crown Prince Hamdan bin Mohammed Al Maktoum said: “The beginning of a new phase in Dubai’s journey to digitize life in all its aspects, a journey rooted in innovation, creativity and a focus on the future.”
The so-called “Paperless Dubai Strategy”, launched in 2018, has been implemented in five phases, each involving a different group of government institutions in the emirate.
A total of 45 government agencies succeeded in reducing paper consumption by more than 336 million sheets, resulting in savings of about 354 million dollars And more than 14 million man-hours throughout the department.
With the implementation of the strategy, all internal and external transactions and procedures of the Dubai government are fully managed from a digital services platform.
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