Under the patronage of His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Mubarak Al Khalifa, Deputy Prime Minister Chairman of the Supreme Committee for Information and Communication Technology, the Information & eGovernment Authority (iGA) announced the Bahrain Institute for Banking & Finance (BIBF) as a Knowledge Partner for the 9th edition of Bahrain International eGovernment Forum to be held on 7th & 8th October.

From every region of the globe; more than 20 internationally-recognised speakers are to take part in the highly-esteemed forum with senior ICT professionals expected to exceed 500 senior officials, delegates and participants from private, public and NGO sectors.

On this occasion, iGA Chief Executive Mr. Mohamed Ali Al Qaed said, “The BIBF is well-known for its thought leadership in providing the necessary knowledge and training for the development of the economy. From BIBF’s vast experience in conducting many learning forums and summits, iGA will be working closely with BIBF to plan for Bahrain International eGovernment Forum 2018 with the aim of enriching the learning experience for participants through offering interactive forum sessions and showcasing the latest technologies. The forum is also a great opportunity for networking between business professionals and to learn more about the latest ICT offerings and solutions.”

On his part, the Director of the BIBF Dr. Ahmed Al Shaikh stated, “We are pleased to partner with iGA as its official Knowledge Partner for Bahrain International eGovernment Forum 2018, as this collaboration is aligned with BIBF’s objective to contribute in developing the knowledge and skills of the Kingdom’s business professionals. It is also aligned with BIBF’s initiatives to keep up with the latest technological trends and continuously offer new learning opportunities to the market, focusing on the latest trends and emerging topics. The BIBF is committed to support both the private and public sectors in the Kingdom, and through our collaboration with iGA, we aim to encourage knowledge transfer and learning experiences for all sectors.”

BIBF urges all concerned in this field to participate in the Forum by visiting www.egovforum.bh; and for any enquiries on the Forum, you may contact iGA via [email protected]