H.E. Dr. Al Otaiba registers for ID Card Program
- United Arab Emirates: Sunday, August 20 - 2006 at 13:08
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H.E. Dr. Mana Saeed Al Otaiba, private advisor to His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE registered at the Population Register and the ID Card Program.
After registering and being briefed about the project, Al Otaiba noted the initiatives taken by H.H. Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE, H.H. Sheikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai and Rulers of the Emirates to take time away from their busy schedules to register and receive their own personal ID Cards. He said their actions demonstrate the importance the country's rulers place on the Population Register and ID Card project.
"Thanks to the true guidance of our leadership embodied in H.H. Sheikh Khalifa's policies, this program ensures the safety and security of its people," Al Otaiba said. "This program is one of the most significant national projects being implemented in the UAE. One of its critical goals is to improve service levels accorded to the public by government institutions. Government employee performance will also be enhanced."
He described the National ID Card program as an essential part of the UAE's development strategy, emphasizing that it serves as an example of the benefits of utilizing modern technologies to further the country's development.
EIDA has been given responsibility for introducing a modern Population Register and ID Card system, which will further the country's efforts towards the provision of a secure environment for citizens and expatriate residents of the UAE.
It is designed to provide a reliable means of identification, to keep personal identities secure from fraudulent or unauthorized use, support government planning services, enhance economic growth and place the UAE in the front ranks of the information technology age.
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