Pakistan Citizen Portal App shortlisted for World Government Summit Award

Pakistan Citizen Portal App shortlisted for World Government Summit Award
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DUBAI - The Pakistan Citizen Portal (PCP) app has been shortlisted for an award at the World Government Summit in Dubai, according to a senior official of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) government.

“Pakistan Citizen Portal app is Shortlisted in Best Mobile Government Apps,” tweeted KP E-Governance Deputy Director Akif Khan.

“The finalist will be announced in the World Govt Summit in Dubai. On the invitation of Prime Minister of Dubai, we are will be representing Govt of Pak n KP. For first time any govt app shortlisted,” he added.

Pakistan Citizen Portal app is Shortlisted in Best Mobile Government Apps. The finalist will be announced in the World Govt Summit in Dubai. On the invitation of Prime Minister of Dubai, we are will be representing Govt of Pak n KP. For first time any govt app shortlisted. pic.twitter.com/ONu8Be3aTA link

— Akif Khan (@akifjustonline) February 8, 2019 link

The World Government Summit is held each year in Dubai to hold dialogue on policies and processes of governance in the context of technology and innovation.

The prize is expected to be announced on Tuesday.

In October last year, Prime Minister Imran Khan inaugurated the Pakistan Citizen Portal (PCP)— set up at the Prime Minister Office with an aim to “timely address the problems of the people and get their feedback”.

On December 31, the premier announced that the government had resolved over 100,000 complaints through the Pakistan Citizen Portal App .

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