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Talal Abu-Ghazaleh

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Governments should be role models of leadership and improve the utilization of ICT in all the governmental departments in order to improve the efficiency of governmental services and motivate ICT industries.
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May 15, 2000, ESCWA Team of Experts Meeting, Amman, Jordan

 
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