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Injazat assesses Ministry’s IT needs

UAE Ministry of Finance signs MoU with firm to carry out a three-month assessment of its IT requirements.

Abu Dhabi-based outsourcing provider Injazat Data Systems is carrying out a needs assessment for the UAE Ministry of Finance.

Under terms of the Memorandum of Understanding signed between the firm and the Ministry, Injazat will spend three months assessing and identifying the Ministry's IT needs before then supplying the required services, Injazat said in a statement.

"The Ministry is keen to adopt a continually evolving approach in order to keep pace with modern developments and requirements needed to shift to electronic-based governance, in which the UAE has been a proactive advocate," Yunis Haji Al Khouri, under secretary of the Ministry of Finance and Industry commented.

"Injazat Data Systems has successfully worked with many government organisations, and we are convinced that the company can deliver the results we require," he added.

Specific details of the assessment were not available.

"We will carefully study all the IT requirements of the Ministry of Finance to ensure that we can deliver a comprehensive IT services solution," said Injazat CEO Ibrahim Mohamed Lari.

Injazat is a joint venture of government-owned Mubadala Development Company and Electronic Data Systems.

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