KITEX 2010 ,, step forwards for e-government in sudan

Khartoum Information Technology Exhibit KITEX 2010


After the Great Success of KITEX 2009, Sudan (the National Information Center (NIC), national telecommunication corporation (NTC) and the vision company are preparing for KITEX 2010, (Khartoum
Information Technology Exhibit, in Khartoum Sudan from the 27 to 30 November in its 13th round. KITEX is supported by the Ministry of Prime Ministries, ministry of information and telecommunication represented by the National Information Center (NIC), national telecommunication corporation (NTC), the Chamber of IT, with the sponsorship of the Foot printing IT companies in Sudan. A press conference held in AL Salam Rotana hotel, to announce the launch of KITEX 2010 events date.

The President of the Republic of Sudan will address the opening session of the conference (27 November) about the commitment of Sudan government. The Vice President will address the closing session of the conference (28 November). The minister of skills and human resources and the minister of information and communication will address the conference. Gedaref digital city organization (GDCO) and Sudan national
Telecentre academy (SuNTA) and their partners are interested to launch the women campaign 2011 (initiative of foundation to train one million women globally by 2011), the online broadcast (live) of gedaref crop market auction and Sudan Telecentre network. We already reserved an exhibit area for Sudan Telecentre and GDCO. The organizers will offer you the tickets and accommodation. We appreciate your acceptance and participation. Keep in mind the conference is only two days 27th – 28th November. Every day there is a Laptop,
Portable HD to win, but on the last day you can win LCD TV.

Participants and exhibitors

Government representatives agencies, concerned and interested in modernization, innovation and development of ICT. In addition, the heads, chairs and managers of companies and institutions in various fields specially the telecommunications companies and ICT experts. Civil societies (NGOs) dealing with information communication technology are participating.

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