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    Public Prosecution, ENPO Sign Cooperation Protocol to Provide Services via Postal Service Centers

    Cairo, 3 October 2018

    The Prosecutor General Nabil Ahmed Sadiq and the Minister of Communications and Information Technology Amr Talaat have witnessed the signing ceremony of a cooperation protocol between the Public Prosecution, represented by the Director of Prosecutions Counsellor Hisham Hussein Hamdi, and the Egyptian National Post Organization (ENPO), represented by ENPO Chairman Essam El-Saghir. The protocol aims to provide information services, and payment of traffic fines and issuance of clearance-certificate services for citizens, through postal service centers located nationwide.

    The protocol is within the framework of the efforts employed by the State to facilitate citizens' access to government services by using ICT tools. It is to develop services provided to citizens within the framework of the Stateís strategy for the transition to digital society, which includes many cooperation projects among all the Stateís sectors and institutions. These projects aim to provide advanced e-services that meet citizensí satisfaction and save time and effort, in line with the objectives of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) strategic plan which focuses on maximizing the utilization of logistics capabilities and expertise of ENPO to enhance its role in providing government services.

    Egypt Post was selected to collect traffic fines due to the trust it built with citizens and its large network of offices of up to 4000 across the country, in addition to the level of development of the postal service centers, which made these centers able to efficiently provide services to citizens.

    Once the protocol takes effect, citizens can inquire about traffic violations, pay fines and obtain a certificate of clearance from any postal services center across the country. This will be achieved through a fully secured network linking ENPO with traffic prosecutions. This is in addition to the possibility of filing objection to traffic violations fines, whether in whole or in part. The service also has a new feature that enables customers to follow up the objection procedures at all phases, where SMS messages are sent to customers indicating the phases until the decision is made.

    The certificate of clearance that will be issued to citizens canít be falsified or imitated, since it is printed on high-security papers, and the certificate data is encoded via two-dimensional encryption using QR code technology.

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