Dubai Municipality has announced the completion of its digital transformation plan for the contractual process after equipping itself with the technologies and preparing its team to deal with the digital system.
The digital contract project, which will be the first service of its kind in the Emirate of Dubai, is an effective way to facilitate, document and implement contractual procedures more quicker to achieve the desired results and to keep pace with the rapid development witnessed by the emirate, and support the Dubai paperless government initiative and the strategic plan for digital transformation of the UAE government.
Dawoud Al Hajri, Director General of Dubai Municipality, said: “The Municipality’s digital transformation project is a new episode in the series of projects launched by the Municipality since the beginning of this year to provide integrated contractual services, which contributed to the provision of integrated services for internal and external customers,” he added.
Mohammed Mubarak Al Mutaiwei, CEO of Corporate Support Sector, added: “This service offers many unique advantages in the field of contractual procedures that contribute in making Dubai the most abreast of the electronic and digital developments and technologies. The digital contract is the result of the collaboration between Dubai Municipality and its strategic partner, Tejari, to facilitate and simplify procedures between Dubai Municipality departments and suppliers through an interactive platform that allows access to all necessary approvals and electronic signatures for the conclusion of the contract.”