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The program aims to develop and build digital capabilities of employees at the State's administrative apparatus, whether those who will be relocated to the New Administrative Capital or those who will not. It consists of the following four pillars:

§ Developing digital culture
§ Developing digital skills
§ Developing the skills of employees at the information systems and digital transformation units
§ Developing the Administrative Capital applications
§ Digital Culture Development Programs

Digital Culture Development Programs

These programs aim to develop a digital culture, which depends more on humans than tools used. Relying on digital ready elements within the staff can help promote digital culture.

Digital Transformation Program for Executive and Supervisory Leaders

The program aims to promote digital culture, and disseminate concepts of digital transformation, digital empowerment and how to benefit from a number of modern technologies, including Big Data, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), Blockchain in developing business within the government work environment. It targets executive and supervisory leaders, and is implemented the Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA), using distance learning.

Fundamentals of Innovation and Creative Thinking Program for Government Leaders

The program aims to promote a culture of innovation and creativity, and support the application of creative thinking methodologies in government work, to create a business models, develop government services and enhance government excellence. It targets executive and supervisory leaders, and is implemented the Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA), using distance learning.

Digital Transformation to Fight Corruption Program

The program aims to disseminate and reinforce the culture of fighting corruption through the digital transformation, governance and information infrastructure. It targets Supervisory management, and is implemented the National Anti-Corruption Academy, using distance learning.

Fundamentals of Digital Transformation Program

The program aims to develop and build digital capabilities of employees in the state's administrative apparatus to keep pace with the development in the introduced business models developed to achieve Egypt's digital vision. It targets employees of First (b), Second and Third Grades, and is implemented by the National Telecommunication Institute (NTI), using distance learning.


Digital Skills Development Programs

The digital skills development programs aim to develop and build digital capabilities of employees in the state's administrative apparatus, guided by employee outcomes.

Fundamentals of Digital Skills Program

The program aims to disseminate digital culture and enable the effective use of information and communications technology among all employees of the state's administrative apparatus. It target the employees at the state's administrative apparatus, and is implemented by ICDL Arabia, using interactive training and distance learning.

Advanced Computer Skills Programs

The program aims to enable the effective use of information technology through internationally accredited programs and certificates according to a standard that guarantees the quality of the training curriculum and tests. It targets the employees at the state's administrative apparatus, and is implemented by Microsoft /Cisco /Certiport, using interactive training and distance learning.

Staff Development Programs

These programs target the employees at the information systems and digital transformation units. They consist of a number of programs that aim to develop skills in certain areas.

Programs include:

§ Leadership and specialized skills development programs for managers of digital transformation units
§ Staff development programs for infrastructure support
§ Staff development programs for the business support department
§ Staff development programs for the application integration department


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