Vehicle Ownership Transfer and Registration Renewal Go Digital on ‘Sahel’

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KUWAIT CITY, Dec 3: As part of a series of measures aimed at making it easier for citizens and residents, the General Traffic Department (GTD) says vehicle ownership transfer in addition to renewing the vehicle registration will soon be available on the government application “Sahel”. Informed sources told Al-Seyassah daily that the General Traffic Department pays great attention to the importance of converting all its services electronically, noting that it is working on the possibility of adding the services of transferring vehicle ownership and renewing its insurance on the “Sahel” application in coordination with the concerned authorities, for the benefit of citizens and residents.

Meanwhile, citizens must book an appointment on the Sahel application if they want to meet any of the Civil Service Commission (CSC) officials while everyone is allowed to enter the reception hall where the staff and officials are keen on providing the best services to the public, reports Al-Anba daily quoting a reliable source. The source emphasized that the one completing a transaction or making an inquiry must be the concerned person or someone authorized to act on his behalf. He explained this is aimed at protecting information and maintaining the privacy of individuals. He added the implementation of flexible working hours for the CSC employees started on Sunday.

On the other hand, sources affirmed that the CSC started the nomination of people with disabilities for employment in their chosen government agency immediately after the development of the systems at the Public Authority for Disabled Affairs (PADA) and re-establishment of the automated link with the CSC for verifying the data of job applicants. In a related context, the CSC announced the continuation of the registration of job applicants until Dec 15 for all specializations and qualifications through its website: portal.csc.gov, clarifying that government agencies submit lists of their actual manpower needs to the commission and then the latter nominates applicants based on the lists.

By Munaif Naif
Al-Seyassah/Arab Times Staff and Agencies

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