" It is unlikely that any one within the Middle East could state more clearly than the Lebanon their concerns for developing synergies and cooperation between government agencies. The collaboration would require clear understanding and commitment to such understanding from and by all such organisations. This would link directly to Question 3 (adopting clear indicators and publishing them) and perhaps matching the classifications as referenced in question 6. None of these questions are complete and on their own because Question 4 (increase the involvement of the citizens) concerns increasing citizens involvement but without citizen involvement the e-Government development serves a very limited purpose. Again much that is expressed by Georges Younes is common to Kuwait and probably all Middle-East e-Government development.
The terms of Reference for the newly formed CAIT in Kuwait clearly indicate that it must project manage e-Government development as well as develop and manage methodologies and standards used for all services in government using Information Technology. Floreat Florebit