The Head of the Department of Administrative Information Systems, Business and Electronic Commerce at Al-Ahliyya Amman University, Dr. Sultan Al-Masaeed gave a lecture at the Royal Jordanian National Defense College entitled (E-Government and the Protection of Computer Networks) for students in the 19th Defense course in the presence of the college commandant Brig.Gen dr.awad al-tarawneh and the head of directing staff and directing staff in college.
He said that the concept of e-government readiness means that the government is ready and ready to provide its services electronically through the availability of capabilities. Where Jordan is considered one of the fastest countries in the region in keeping pace with the rapid developments in the world of communications and information technology, and Jordan was a pioneer in providing services of the third and fourth generation of mobile communications, which contributed significantly to the spread of Internet services and smart cellular devices. Jordan began the stage of electronic transformation, which enabled the government to simplify procedures, improve work efficiency, eliminate bureaucracy, and provide services to citizens in the fastest time and at the lowest cost. He indicated that the success of the application of e-government depends on the availability of a set of elements that provide the appropriate model for the needs of a country, and these elements are leadership, policies, legislation and regulation, in addition to financing, human resources, institutional development and political acceptance.
He pointed out that one of the most important outputs of e-government is working to provide electronic services with the aim of providing easy access to government services to all beneficiaries and through multiple channels. Dues on real estate, in addition to the service of paying municipal ceilings, inquiring about traffic violations with payment, and services inquiring about ceilings with payment, in addition to five services for the Income and Sales Tax Department, including the services of submitting a self-assessment statement with payment, submitting sales declarations with payment and sending an internal service request such as Clearance request, in addition to submitting and paying monthly corporate taxes (salary deductions), submitting and paying monthly corporate taxes (deductions for self-employment and business), and issuing a non-judgment certificate.
At the end of the lecture, the Ambassador of the European Union answered the scholars' questions and inquiries.