Turkish Agency Trains Tanzania Employees on e-Government Systems

Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TİKA) and TURKSAT held the online training “Introduction to e-Government Systems” for 35 employees of the e-Government Agency of Tanzania. The rapid technological development and change heightened the expectations of citizens from the government. This rapid transformation has enabled many governments to offer a wide range of digital services. Having managed to keep up with the digital transformation in the 21st century, Türkiye continues to set an example for many countries with its e-Government practices and solid infrastructure.

The knowledge and experience gained during the implementation of the e-Government system as part of the digital transformation are being shared with friends and sister countries. In this context, TİKA and TURKSAT held the online training “Introduction to e-Government Systems” for 35 employees of the e-Government Agency of Tanzania, affiliated with the President’s Office of Tanzania. During the training program, the trainees examined the countries that completed their transition to e-Government systems and were informed about Türkiye’s experience, the organizational structure of e-Government systems, best practices, and cyber security.

Dr. Jaha Mvulla, Manager of Research, Innovation, and Training at the e-Government Agency of Tanzania, delivered a speech at the closing ceremony held for the program and said that he was pleased with the opportunity to benefit from the experience of Türkiye, which completed its transition to the e-Government system. Mvulla thanked TİKA and TURKSAT, stating that they hoped to cooperate with Türkiye in other advanced training activities. The next phase of the training will be held face-to-face in Tanzania.

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