MOMRAMinistry of Municipalities and Rural Affairs (Saudia Arabia)
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MOMRA is a government agency that aims to continuously enhance the quality of urban life, and safeguard the environment and natural resources across the Kingdom.
The delivery of IT services is instant, automated and highly available, enabling MOMRA to introduce new digital services to citizens 200 percent faster and reallocate 30 percent of IT budget to the development of future offerings, according to MOMRA.
As a result of our digital transformation, MOMRA is quickly executing on the government's National Transformation Program 2020 in line with Saudi Vision 2030, and providing world-class government services," said Dr.
Accessible over 16 regional and 269 local municipalities, MOMRA
On this occasion, a MOMRA team made a presentation highlighting its vision to establish a comprehensive municipal information system that contains a vast quantity of valid and accurate information.
HRH Minister of MOMRA, in the circular stressed the importance of cooperation between municipalities and SCTA and SCTA's branches in this field which will contribute to control and promote this sector, and such cooperation would promote integral efforts between SCTA and the MOMRA.
His Royal Highness Prince Sultan bin Salman bin Abdul Aziz, President of SCTA, on this occasion has extended his thanks and appreciation to HRH Minister of MOMRA for this important instructions to the municipalities.
HRH President of SCTA views this instruction of HRH Minister of MOMRA as an important extension to his supportive resolutions towards the tourism and the national heritage, as well as reflects the distinguished partnership between MOMRA and SCTA in a number of programs, especially in urban heritage, through several projects, such as 'Heritage Towns and Villages', 'City Centers' and 'Popular Souks'.
In the light of the circular of the Minister of MOMRA, HRH President of SCTA, instructed SCTA Branches throughout the provinces to undertake coordination efforts with municipalities and follow up with executing companies' commitment "to coordinate with SCTA prior to they begin any execution works near or close to the archeological sites".