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Agreement to standardize data and implement a network link between the Civil Affairs Authority and the General Authority for Social Security and Pensions

15/2/2020
A meeting was held at the headquarters of the Civil Status and Civil Registry Authority in the capital, Sana'a, under the chairmanship of the two brothers, Major General Mohamed Abdel-Azim al-Hakim, head of the authority, and Mr. Ibrahim Al-Haifi, head of the General Authority for Social Security and Pensions. The meeting discussed the steps for implementing the network link and exchanging national number data between the two sides and the importance of this in order to unify the data and complete the social security number database. The Civil Affairs Authority leadership agreed to the authority’s request to implement the networking in order to correct and complete the social security number data and to verify the national number data for everyone who is granted a social security number from the authority. The meeting noted the importance of this step in order to complete the data, discover any false data, and work to correct it and obtain the correct basic data of the public of the Authority in their various characteristics, depending on their national numbers specified in their electronic IDs. - The meeting was attended by the Authority: Abdel Wahab Al-Mansour, Advisor to the CEO of the Authority for the IT, Nabil Al-Awdli, Director of Data, and Engineer Imad Al-Aqil from the General Department of IT at the Authority. The Civil Affairs Authority was also attended by: Abbas Al-Sayyani, Advisor to the CEO of the Authority, and Mohammed Hatim, Assistant Director-General of Information Technology, and Abdullah Ghadr, Follow-up Officer.

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Agreement to standardize data and implement a network link between the Civil Affairs Authority and the General Authority for Social Security and Pensions

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