Abu Dhabi Accountability Authority (ADAA) has launched its new smart app that offers several features, most notably the “Wajib” Platform, which allows individuals to report any financial or administrative misconduct that may be caused to public funds and resources not only to investigate but also to prevent them from happening which encourage the sense of shared responsibility and promote a culture of awareness in preserving public resources in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.
ADAA develops its digital platforms based on the highest global quality and information security standards as well as utilizing the latest artificial intelligence technologies and optimal use of data while maintaining user confidentiality and privacy aiming at promoting the value of accountability along with raising the integrity awareness of government employees and individuals, thereby enhancing the emirate’s reputation and boosting trust in its financial and economic systems.
The ADAA Smart app can be downloaded from Google Play and Apple Store, allowing all community members to access ADAA’s initiatives and platforms with convenience and ease such as the Wajib Platform, the Statutory Auditors’, as well as the financial disclosure platform for senior government employees.
Commenting on the launch, an ADAA spokesperson said that the digital transformation process reflects the Authority’s vision and mandate to safeguard public funds, and that the creation of the ADAA Smart app is in line with the main themes of Abu Dhabi’s digitalization agenda: government services, how to utilize and benefit from digital channels, government solutions that support joint digital transformation initiatives between government entities in Abu Dhabi, utilizing artificial intelligence systems, and enhancing the emirate’s proactive role across many areas, including achieving high levels of integrity and transparency.
ADAA’s call on all Abu Dhabi government employees and members of the community to download the application and explore ADAA’s initiatives and platforms that are in line with its strategy to optimize and sustain public resources.
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