KPC Inaugurates G2G Project with Governmental Institutions
Kuwait Petroleum Corporation inaugurated the e-correspondence (G2G) project as part of its plan to implement the e-government in coordination with the Central System for Information Technology according to the cabinet decision No.412 for the year 2014.
The ceremony was held on Sunday June 5, 2016 in the Oil Sector Complex Diwaniya.
KPC Chief Executive Officer Mr. Nizar Al-Adsani asserted that this ongoing project goes along with modern technology and aims to facilitate the administrative procedures and transactions between governmental institutions.
“KPC has drawn a complete strategy to carry out a modern system for e-correspondence and it will exert the greatest effort towards succeeding in the implementation of the project,” Al-Adsani said.
Al-Adsani added that the modern system of e-correspondence which is produced and designed by the Information Technology Department at KPC, and that it matches the efficiency of global systems.
He went on to say: “KPC will no longer accept any paper transactions from all departments and this stems from the governmental decision that necessitates all sectors within and outside KPC, to comply with the new project.”
Moreover, KPC has trained employees in supervisory positions on how to use the e-correspondence system with the governmental entities. Also, KPC represented by the Committee of Activating Governmental- Electronic Correspondence System G2G at the Petroleum Training Center, and in cooperation with the Central System for Information Technology, held a training course on the new edition of correspondence system for the oil sector’s secretaries.
It is noteworthy mentioning that the Governmental –Electronic Correspondence System G2G is aims to avoid the technical and administrative obstacles facing the normal correspondences due to the difference between KPC‘s systems and external systems of state institutions.