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    Dr. Kamel Inaugurates El-Manshiya Courts Complex Notarization Office in Alexandria

    Alexandria, 26 July 2009

    Minister of Communications and Information Technology Dr. Tarek Kamel and Alexandria Governor General Adel Labib inaugurated today the automated notarization office at El-Manshiya Courts Complex.

    First Deputy to Minister of Communications and IT Dr. Hoda Baraka and Assistant Minister of Justice for Real Estate and Notarization Counselor Mohamed Hosni also witnessed the inauguration.

    The office is part of a project for spreading automated notarization offices nationwide.

    It applies a unified model to be replicated at all notarization offices allover Egypt. The model has already been applied in Ismailia Governorate, and Cairo's neighborhoods of Al-Zaytoun, Al-Azbakia and Kasr El-Nil.

    In 2002, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) signed a cooperation protocol with Ministry of Justice on automating the operations of Real Estate Registry and Notarization Agency.
    In 2006, it had been agreed to apply the project on 50 notarization offices across Egypt, 25 of them are located inside Cairo and the others are in other governorates.
    A total of 40 notarization offices have already been automated with 95% of their operations mechanized. 850 employees have been trained to deal with the new system.

    A Central Information Center for registry and notarization offices has been established based on state-of-the-art IT tools to manage notarization offices in Egypt. About 70,000 procurations are released every month via the automated system. 

    The project aims at upgrading the provision of services at notarization offices, raising employee's performance, simplifying procedures for citizens to acquire documents, protecting documents and helping decision makers with monitoring, supervision and follow-up processes.

    The new automated system worked out the slow flow of operations and the finalization of procedures, protected procedural work from possible human mistakes and saved the office space that was rather occupied with archives.
    In addition, the system facilitated the processes of issuing reports and statistics required by the higher management for decision making.

    About 250 daily operations (around 6,000 operations /month) are being scanned and archived every day at an office and added to the project's database.

    To broaden the service base, the website www.twseek.gov.eg is available to offer some of the services of registry offices in Egypt.

    One of the project's achievements has been the reengineering of websites, which helped reduce over crowdedness at notarization offices.
    An integrated automated system has been applied.

    The system copes with the developed work cycles and organizes the movement of citizens inside offices.

    The Automation of Notarization Offices further offers local information and communication technology (ICT) companies the opportunity to build their experience through the practical implementation of the project, which helps them have a presence in regional and international markets as well as export the acquired know-how and expertise to other countries. The project facilitated 180 job opportunities for young Egyptian calibers.

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