EIDA opens new registration center in the western region of Abu Dhabi
- United Arab Emirates: Sunday, July 30 - 2006 at 09:40
- PRESS RELEASE
The Emirates Identity Authority (EIDA) announced today the opening of a new registration center in 'Tam', the office for integrated government services, which is located in Madinat Zayed.
'Tam' serves as a pioneer center providing governmental services to more than 25,000 residents in the western region. As the facility integrates several government services, 'Tam' serves as the ideal location of EIDA's registration center for the region. 'Tam' in Arabic means "done", and the name is an indication of the efficiency of government services provided by the center.
Dr. Saeed Al Dhaheri, Director General of EIDA, said, "The opening of the new center is in line with EIDA's strategy of establishing new registration centers across the country to help people register under the PRIDC program. EIDA will establish five new registration centers at selected locations this year."
"EIDA expects to open 14 registration centers in the country by the end of 2007 in order to facilitate the registration of citizens and residents across the country," Al Dhaheri said.
EIDA is implementing a modern population register and ID Card program, which is designed to protect personal identities from fraudulent or unauthorized use, support government planning services, and position the UAE as a leader in leveraging information technology for national development.
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