Global Star Rating System for Services Global Star Rating System for Services whatsapp Whatsapp
  • Close

    Accessibility options

  • Listen to page

  • Select Color Theme

  • Translate Website

    Ministry is not responsible for the translated output from google

  • Reset Settings

Wednesday, April 24, 2024

MoHRE becomes first federal entity to transfer data centre systems, services to TDRA’s federal cloud network infrastructure

The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MoHRE) has announced it had completed the transfer of all systems and services from its main data centre to the federal cloud network infrastructure (FEDnet) at the Telecommunications and Digital Government Regulatory Authority (TDRA), becoming the first federal entity to fully transition towards TDRA’s cloud computing services, in line with the Ministry’s strategy to drive digital transformation and employ advanced technologies.

MoHRE is the largest government entity in terms of operations, daily transaction volume and resources to be hosted by TDRA, transferring a total of over 300 servers from its data centre to FEDnet. The transition allows the Ministry to implement a new operational model that employs the latest cloud computing technologies, which serves to achieve the digital government strategic goals, as well as the UAE Government’s vision to fully transition to the federal cloud, boosting MoHRE’s competitiveness and supporting its efforts to provide efficient, high-quality services to stakeholders.

His Excellency Mohammed Saqr Al Nuaimi, Assistant Undersecretary for Support Services at MoHRE, said: “The facilities and solutions provided by the cloud infrastructure boost the competitiveness of the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation, and enhances its ability to efficiently deliver services by leveraging the cloud’s sophisticated digital infrastructure and the advanced technologies it provides. This transition supports the Ministry’s efforts to drive digital transformation in services, in line with the government’s strategic directions regarding digital technologies and the ‘Zero Government Bureaucracy Programme.’ ”

“The expansion of the Ministry’s digital and electronic services, along with the significant economic growth seen across the UAE, have made it increasingly essential to develop technological infrastructure and provide faster, more efficient and secure digital solutions to serve the growing demand for these services,” Al Nuaimi added. “Last year, MoHRE’s digital services recorded over 3.3 million users, who conducted 20 million transactions, as well as welcoming around 51 million communication requests, highlighting the growing importance of information security.”

For his part, His Excellency Mohammad Al Zarooni, TDRA’s Deputy Director General, said: “The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation joining the federal cloud network managed by the Telecommunications and Digital Government Regulatory Authority embodies the close collaboration between the two entities, in line with the ‘We the UAE 2031’ vision, and the commitment to coordinating efforts to establish the most advanced, pioneering system in the country.”

“We appreciate the dedication of the team at the Ministry to take the lead among government entities in joining the federal cloud network,” Al Zarooni noted. “This significant step forms a milestone on the path towards integration, interconnectedness, and a comprehensive government, in accordance with to the highest standards of security and business continuity, which, in turn, reflects on the overall performance of service delivery systems for the public.”

Hosting the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation’s services on FEDnet allows it to leverage the applications available on the federal cloud network, speeding up the digital transformation process, and supporting efforts to develop innovative processes to upgrade e-services, ensure integration among government entities, and provide comprehensive, quick, and integrated services for customers.

Related News

Other News

Back to top