Bahrain's iGA rolls out NotifyMe system for government services

Citizens in the kingdom will be notified about the government services such as maintenance works in residential areas

Bahrain's iGA highlights government's NotifyMe system.
Bahrain News Agency
Bahrain's iGA highlights government's NotifyMe system.

Bahrain’s Information & eGovernment Authority (iGA) highlighted the NotifyMe integrated government notification system, which sends updates about all government services, including licence expiration dates and maintenance works in residential areas, to citizens through text and email, at the Consumer Protection Forum and Expo 2019, held under the patronage of the country's Minister of Industry, Commerce, and Tourism, Zayed R. AlZayani.

Commenting on the NotifyMe system, deputy chief executive of electronic transformation at iGA, Zakareya Ahmed Al Khaja said that the government-to-citizen communication system aimed to enhance consumer protection, promote transparency in government services, and improve digital automation processes.

According to Bahrain News Agency, Al Khaja added that the notification system is in line with the directives of the Government Executive Committee, chaired by HRH Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, Crown Prince, Deputy Supreme Commander, and First Deputy Prime Minister.

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