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The state-of-the art website includes interactive features, giving visitors the opportunity to interact with government and contribute to the process of building a knowledge-based economy. The interactivity allows visitors to post their ideas, opinions …Read full article » Jordan: Wednesday, May 28 - 2003 @ 15:09
The ceremony, held under the patronage of H.E Dr. Fawaz H. Zu’bi Minister of ICT, is the culmination of the three months of IT skills training, building a significant foundation for the Jordan e-Government programme …Read full article » Jordan: Monday, February 03 - 2003 @ 10:49
His Majesty’s address was attended by His Highness General Sheikh Mohamed Bin Rashed Al Maktoum.
The Conference examined key national infrastructure projects in Jordan and pointed to a number of sectoral opportunities that have been brought …
Recognising the importance of tapping into global trends that improve the scope of the Jordanian developer repertoire, the public and private partnership hopes to continue to bring in technical experts as a long-term initiative.
“Jordan’s developers …
The two day gathering in the capital, organised by the Ministry of Information and Communications Technology (MoICT), the Information Technology Association of Jordan (int@j) and the University of Jordan, brought together a broad array of …Read full article » Jordan: Monday, December 16 - 2002 @ 11:12
The awareness-building workshop will take place on December 15 and 16 in Amman, under the patronage of H.E. Dr. Fawaz H. Zu’bi, Minister of Information and Communications Technology. A host of international experts and leading …Read full article » Jordan: Wednesday, December 11 - 2002 @ 16:00
The one-day programme comprised of Arab Ministers, high-level government officials and business leaders from the IT industry addressing issues of economic and social advancement through the adoption of ICT.
Minister of Information and Communications Technology, …
The award is expected to create over 200 white-collar jobs in Jordan over the next year and will see a direct $47 million investment made in the construction of the national network by the end …Read full article » Jordan: Tuesday, October 01 - 2002 @ 13:33
“By the next ICT Forum, we will be leaps ahead of many other countries in terms of educational connectivity,” Zu’bi said.
Taking the opportunity of the Forum, which saw over 1,000 guests from Jordan, the …
In summarizing the report, McConnell concludes: “Becoming E-Ready, a country can distinguish itself from ever growing competition of other emerging market economies looking at ICT as a ticket to economic prosperity. In the short …