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Myanmar Law Information Website launched by the MoU
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It will also allow those who use it to view relevant legislation and treaties if Myanmar is a Myanmar undersigned. Business people and overseas investment will better comprehend Myanmar's legislation through the services that will assist the e-government processes, said U Tun Tun Tun Tun Oo. It also provides information on departments, organizations, administration and business.
The Myanmar Times e-Mandalay web site relaunched
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"The content of the web portal will contain information and the logo of the Department, structure, functions, telephone numbers, e-mails and web sites of 160 ministerial departments," he said at the start on July 20. "More than 300 official service application documents can be accessed and applied for on-line. This will make the civil service easier," he added.
This e-Mandalay web portal is the first stage in the eGovernment roll-out and enables citizens to gain open acces to information and official goverment resources through e-services. "e-Mandalay Web Portal is good in today's era of IT development," said U San Yu Kyaw of Mandalay Journalism School. "Mandalay has hosted a number of goverment websites as part of a former e-government initiative.
The latest e-Mandalay web portal should also be up-dated. Otherwise it will be a squandering of the government budget," U San Yu Kyaw added.