Muscat: Represented by the Ministry of Transport, Communications and Information Technology, the Sultanate of Oman today participated in the third meeting of the Executive Committee of the Digital Cooperation Organization (DCO).
Held via videoconferencing, the meeting discussed the progress made in initiatives, projects and preparations for the DCO’s general assembly’s meeting. It also looked into measures to approve the requests of various parties wishing to join as new members of the DCO, as well as the organization’s plan of action for next year (2024).
The ministry is currently joining hands with the DCO on different initiatives to assess Oman’s readiness to harness direct digital foreign investment, data governance and digital taxation, while at the same time developing an indice to gauge the maturity of the digital economy sector.
The Digital Cooperation Organization, established in Riyadh in November 2020, is an international agency entrusted with fostering cooperation in all innovation-geared fields, with the prime objective of accelerating the growth of digital economy.