Interior Minister, General Shaikh Rashid bin Abdullah Al Khalifa yesterday launched a series of comprehensive e-services from the ID and residential record.
The services, launched by the Information and e-Government Authority (iGA) through its portal, Bahrain.bh, aim to reinforce precautionary measures as part of the national efforts against the coronavirus.
The minister highlighted the importance of continuing the development and adoption of technology in various initiatives and services, as well as the importance of enhancing awareness of all segments in society to benefit from e-services that limit the needs of personal attendance at services providing centres.
Meanwhile, iGA Chief Executive, Mohammed Ali Al Qaed asserted that iGA had worked to complete the remaining services for the ID and the residential records. He said that the services would enable all segments in society to receive them with ease, without the need for their attendance at services providing centres several times.
The Interior Minister launched eight e-services, while four other services were updated, bringing the total number of e-services to 23 comprehensives offered by iGA through its national portal, smart devices and other e-channels.