Sharjah 24: The Sharjah Electricity, Water and Gas Authority (SEWA) received a delegation from the Municipality of Sharjah to discuss the promotion of an active strategic partnership and electronic connectivity between the two parties. The meeting aimed to expand the services provided to all segments of society, which has a positive impact on economic and social development, and realizes the vision and guidelines of His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Mohamed Al Qasimi, member of the Supreme and Sovereign Council of Sharjah, aimed at enhancing Sharjah’s competitiveness.
Saeed Sultan Al Suwaidi, Chairman of Sharjah Electricity, Water and Gas Authority received the municipality delegation which was headed by His Excellency Obaid Al Tunaiji, Director General of Sharjah Municipality.
During the meeting, the two sides discussed a number of aspects of joint cooperation and electronic connectivity of contract authentication, improving process performance, simplifying procedures and preserving the aesthetic appearance of Sharjah through coordination and cooperation to put an end to the procedures of old deteriorated buildings, develop the services provided to residents, and the organization of common costs between the two parties.
Al Suwaidi underlined SEWA’s concern to cooperate with the municipality to serve citizens and residents and to constantly improve services.
Al Suwaidi stressed that the Municipality of Sharjah is an important and vital partner of SEWA, and that the Authority constantly strives to support the work teams in order to provide a flexible working environment to realize and promote the vision of Sharjah. and serve the public interest.
The President of SEWA stressed the importance of taking swift and effective measures to implement electronic connectivity between the two parties, to achieve integration and increase coordination and cooperation to carry out quality joint transactions and effective.
His Excellency Obaid Al Tunaiji, confirmed that communication and cooperation continues between the Municipality and SEWA to develop new service delivery mechanisms, which contributes to the development of services and the speed of customer procedures.
Al Tunaiji explained that the municipality continues its transformation towards electronic and intelligent systems in the provision of services. He also confirmed that a number of MoUs will be signed with different authorities aimed at improving services at the highest levels. The MoUs will meet the needs and aspirations of clients, through the use of an electronic system that facilitates remote approvals, and achieves public interest and sustainable development.