Egypt’s ITIDA to set IT Job Manual with World Bank

Egypt’s Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA) plans to prepare a manual for the Egyptian communication sector’s available vacancies in cooperation with World Bank in 2 years, Vice-Chairman Ehab Mostafa announced Tuesday.

ITIDA is a governmental entity affiliated to Egypt’s Ministry of Communications and Information Technology. It is responsible for growing and developing Egypt’s position as a leading global outsourcing location by attracting foreign direct investment to the industry and maximizing the exports of IT services and applications.

Ehab Mostafa added that the project would also include the qualified graduates’ numbers.

Moreover, The Vice Chairman clarified – in his speech at the International Data Corporation for Chief Information Officer (IDC CIO Summit) – that the agency’s plans targets focusing on a number of strategic accesses such as developing the local technological needs, attracting new industrial investments and, providing companies with technical and manpower support, and others.