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    MCIT, NCPSLU Sign Cooperation Protocol

    Cairo, 30 October 2014
    The Minister of Communications and Information Technology Atef Helmy witnessed today the signing of a cooperation protocol between the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) and the National Centre for Planning State Land Uses (NCPSLU) to modernize the infrastructure of the latter and provide necessary support to boost its role.

    MCIT cooperates with different government bodies to modernize technology infrastructure and automatize their working systems. The protocol aims to activate the ICT and the use of technology systems to serve the NCPSLU and support decision makers by means of making geographical data and reports and statistics more accessible.

    This is in addition to organizing the selection of locations for the State’s new projects like roads, railways, ports, airports, economic zones and others. The protocols also helps in preparing detailed maps to plan the uses of State’s lands outside the command area.

    Furthermore, the protocol seeks to activate coordination among ministries to oversee the implementation of the State’s lands use and organize the selection of locations for investment projects, a matter that encourages local and foreign investment in development projects outside the command area. The protocol works on protecting the State’s resources from misappropriation, developing the use of lands outside the command area for all purposes, and setting up a follow-up system to implement the country’s decrees of the planning of the State’s lands uses.

    Moreover, the protocol framework includes the update of infrastructure, equipment, applications and software license; the development of the geographical information unit at the center; and the automation of its working system while taking into consideration reliability, confidentiality and information security. This is in addition to training human calibers on new technology, building updated geographical database, establishing a dynamic website to ensure a link with other bodies whether government, investors or citizens.

    The protocol also ensures easy communication among different sectors of the center using cloud computing and applying personal documentation and work measurements management, as well as applying a follow-up email system and inserting decisions and follow-up rules.

    This inclusive system is meant to be linked to the email too. The Centre seeks—through the protocol—to ensure a full coordination between the State’s bodies to realize maximum benefit of lands, follow-up on their development while controlling infringements and study major national projects.

    This is to guarantee maximum revenue and boost investment, thus reaching prospected growth rates through public State policies.

    The protocol was signed by MCIT First Undersecretary and Head of Minister Bureau and Administrative Development Sector Magdy Hegazy and NCPSLU Director Ahmed Hesham.

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