H.H. Sheikh Hamdan meets with heads of Dubai government entities

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The Dubai government is committed to enhancing its services to achieve new levels of excellence by strengthening teamwork and collaboration.

That's the message from His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Dubai's Crown Prince and Chairman of The Executive Council, who held a meeting with the heads of various Dubai Government entities.

Sheikh Hamdan highlighted the importance of further raising government efficiencies by enhancing collaboration and integration between government entities.

He also called for keeping pace with global trends in government services to maintain Dubai’s leading status.

“Dubai government’s success in achieving high standards of service quality, operational efficiency and innovation has made it a role model for governments across the world seeking to enhance their services and meet the needs of citizens. Dubai government is also a leader in introducing advanced technologies to deliver better and faster services,” said Sheikh Hamdan.

His Highness expressed his appreciation to all government entities for their efforts to keep pace with global developments, especially in the technological sphere, and their commitment to adopting the latest solutions required to achieve their ambitious strategic objectives.

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