Interior Ministry says offered services now fully digitized

Interior Minister Mazen Farraya (center) at a ceremony that concludes the fifth and final phase of his ministry’s digitization project on Monday, December 6, 2021. (Photo: Petra)
AMMAN — The Ministry of Interior, on Monday, announced that its service portfolio is now fully digital, becoming the first government agency to complete an end-to-end digital transformation, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra.اضافة اعلان

Minister Mazen Farraya stated — at a ceremony that concluded the fifth and final phase of his ministry's digitization project — that the total shift to online service platforms is a "quantum leap" in government work, which he added, will ensure a better experience for all service recipients, whether citizens or foreigners.

He stressed that the completion of the project would not have been possible without the cooperation and efforts of other stakeholders, including the Ministry of Economy and Entrepreneurship and the Jordan Free and Development Zones Group.

According to Farraya, the ministry now offers a total of 51 online services, of which more than 500,000 service recipients benefitted, indicating that about 325,000 applications and service requests have been processed so far using these channels.

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