Tuesday, October 19, 2021 – 6:33 PM
DUBAI, 19th October / WAM / The Dubai Land Department has won the “100% paperless” stamp from the Dubai Digital Authority, which seeks to achieve a number of strategic objectives, most notably enhancing Dubai’s digital position and supporting its efforts towards smart and digital transformation, in appreciation of its approach based on Work in accordance with the principles of environmental protection and its consistency with the objectives of the Dubai Paperless Strategy.
The Department’s winning of this award is due to its adoption of a consistent policy to preserve the environment in line with the state’s policy in the environmental field, as DLD has been keen over the past years to implement a phased strategy to completely eliminate the use of papers in all its internal and external transactions, to bring it to a zero level in consumption. papers.
His Excellency Sultan Butti bin Mejren, Director General of the Dubai Land Department, expressed his happiness with this achievement, which he saw as the fruit of the continuous efforts and dedication of the various work teams of the Department to achieve the vision of the wise leadership to reach a “paperless government”.
He congratulated all the department’s employees, expressing his pride in this achievement, stressing that the department will continue its digital journey and work on its continuous development.
Ibn Mijren said: “We will continue to launch more innovative initiatives in which all our work teams and our human and professional resources contribute efficiently and effectively, and we hope that our achievement will be a motivator and engine for further excellence in all fields.”
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