CITRA launched a new update to its application for electronic services on Wednesday, which is in line with the future vision of the State of Kuwait towards enabling E-Government.
In a statement to Kuwait News Agency (KUNA), CITRA stated that the application provides electronic services in an interactive way in order to facilitate the procedures of the authority's clients as well as enable customers to view its latest developments and decisions.
CITRA indicated that the application updates included applying for individual services and following up on the status of the requests for the authorization of radio services for radio amateurs, the import of communications equipment, the radio service (Citizen Band) and the marine.
Moreover, the application would also allow the submission of a request for the release of communications devices with the availability of online payment in addition to sending a complaint or suggestion to the authority and submitting the registration of (.kw) domain.
Furthermore, CITRA stated that the application will provide features such as testing the internet speed and requesting the blocking of websites, in addition to the most important updates that are made to the content of the official website, such as the authority’s news, the cybersecurity and emergency response page, the communications and information technology sector data for the State of Kuwait and the page on the emerging corona virus.
CITRA noted that the application is available through Google Play, App Store, and AppGallery.