Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly holds a meeting to follow up on the projects implemented in the NAC, Invest-Gate reports.
The meeting sees the presence of Assem El Gazzar, Minister of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities, Amr Talaat, Minister of Communications and Information Technology, Major General Ahmed Zaki Abdeen, chairman of the New Administrative Capital for Urban Development (ACUD), and a number of senior officials.
Randa Al-Minshawi, first assistant to the Prime Minister, says that the initial delivery of the ministries and agencies in the government district is in progress with the partial operation of services for 33 ministries and agencies. In addition, meeting room supplies for 943 halls in numerous ministries and agencies are completed and 866 halls of which are delivered. The utilities and links with the government district are also supplemented and tested.
Al-Minshawi also discusses the functionality of the NAC’s technology infrastructure, digitalization, and applications. Moreover, the hosting of participatory and specialized applications in the Unified Data Center (UDC) is completed for use by the authorities.
For his part, Major General Bakr Abdel Wahab, director of the Signal Department of the Armed Forces, presents the executive position of communications networks in the NAC, including the steps for external linking of government district headquarters with communications and data centers. Also, Abdel Wahab shows the audio and video systems in the meeting rooms of ministries and agencies moving to the capital.
Brigadier General Yasser Hindawy, member of the Egyptian Armed Forces Engineering Authority, reviews the executive position of the various projects implemented by the Armed Forces Engineering Authority in the NAC.
These projects include the works in the government district, the management and operation system, implementation of many residential neighborhoods, Memorial, People’s Square and Park, New Administrative Capital Hospital, Knowledge City, Egypt International Olympic City, as well as the implementation of a number of road axes, bridges, and tunnels.