Nortal to Develop Public E-Services in Oman ({{commentsTotal}})

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Estonian IT-giant Nortal, formerly Webmedia, signed a two-year contract on Sunday with the government of Oman to develop 66 state e-services.

The project will see Nortal develop and consolidate the services of several state agencies, among them the Omani police force, employment ministry, environmental ministry and chamber of commerce, the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a press release today.

Nortal has been working in Oman for the past three years.



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