WB delegation, IT minister discuss ‘Digital Economy Enhancement Project’


A delegation of the World Bank on Thursday called on caretaker Minister for Information Technology and Telecommunication Dr Umar Saif in Islamabad.

Matters of mutual interest, bilateral issues, the “Digital Economy Enhancement Project” and other matters were discussed in the meeting.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr Saif said the project would interlink all the government’s systems and people would be able to access all services from one platform.

“A lot of work has been done in the last few years in the provinces and the centre but they are not interlinked,” he added.

The project would help people obtain online domicile, birth certificates, NOCs, vehicle registration and other services. “The project will help extend the tax net,” he added.


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