The Digital Egypt Strategy stands on two pillars. The first of these pillars is human capital development with a mission to develop cadres with large and diversified skill sets to be able to export digital services as well as attract investments. Within this framework, President el-Sisi launched human capital development initiatives that are fully subsidized by the government in high demand technology and global job market specializations.
Furthermore, within the second strategy pillar, digital transformation, and financial inclusion. The plan sets forth towards the digitization of the government services with a focus on the public-private partnership model and the enabling infrastructure and legislative reforms. The first wave of digitization covers many areas including notarization, renewing driving licenses, utilities and electricity, municipalities, and agriculture and marriage officiants.