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    Protocol to Automate SCC Work Systems Signed

    Cairo, 23 June 2013
    The Minister of Communications and Information Technology Mr Atef Helmy along with the head of the Supreme Constitutional Court (SCC) Judge Maher El-Beheiry signed a joint cooperation protocol between the two parties to automate and develop the courtís work systems, as well as integrating ICT applications in its internal and external work system.

    The protocol comes in light with the SCC plan to develop and modernize mechanism of the judicial work coupled with accessing information on Egypt judiciary and SCC and its various administrations through updating and developing the SCC website, documenting and preserving  its prestigious heritage.

    Moreover, the protocol stems from the government plan to implement the national strategy of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) to transfer to a digital society and build a modern information society, thus promoting economic growth through developing the use of e-transactions, supporting planning processes and decision-making at all levels.

    The three-year protocol, subject to renewal, aims at advancing judicial and administrative work at SCC via developing the use of e-transactions and modern technology means. It also saves citizensí time and effort through the use of ICT to streamline and secure procedures, supports the efficiency of managing government activities and extracts supporting indicators for decision-making by senior management.

    Furthermore, it contributes to leveraging the quality of SCC services and conforms to international quality standards, as well as promoting relations between the judiciary and various Stateís institutions, enhancing human and technical resources for SCC staff and documenting and preserving its heritage after setting necessary plans.

    The scope of the protocol includes a number of projects: electronic management of cases, developing a portal of SCC Services, training and human development, SCC library automation and mechanization of institutional resources.

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