The Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC) recently launched its e-correspondence (G2G) project, which seeks to modernize administrative procedures and transactions taking place between KPC and other governmental institutions.
“KPC has drawn a complete strategy to carry out a modern system for e-correspondence, and it will exert the greatest effort toward succeeding in the implementation of the project,” KPC CEO Nizar Al-Adsani said. “KPC will no longer accept any paper transactions from all departments, and this stems from the governmental decision that necessitates all sectors within and outside KPC to comply with the new project.”
The project is in line with a 2014 Cabinet decision and will see KPC fully cooperate with the Central System for Information Technology. The system is designed to match international efficiency standards and aims to circumvent technical and administrative challenges typically found in correspondences between institutions, which have arisen in the past due to differences in systems.
KPC already has held training courses for its supervisory employees and plans others for oil-sector secretaries.