ADDA signs a partnership agreement with F5 during GITEX

The Department of Government Support – Abu Dhabi, DGS, represented by the Abu Dhabi Digital Authority, ADDA today announced that it has signed a partnership agreement with F5 to maximize the value of services provided by the company to government entities in Abu Dhabi.

ADDA F5 signing

The agreement, which was signed during GITEX Technology Week, is part of ADDA’s efforts aimed at leading the digital future of Abu Dhabi government and supporting digital transformation in the emirate by using the latest technologies, defining strategies, policies and standards, and developing the digital infrastructure in partnership with the private and public sectors to enhance the effectiveness of government performance.

The agreement is aimed at facilitating the procurement of advanced solutions provided by F5 to government entities and maximize the value of services provided to these entities. This includes automation, security, performance, and insight solutions that allow organisations to focus on their core business, boost speed to market, improve operations, and build trust with end-users and stakeholders.

F5 will also provide additional support to Abu Dhabi government entities, including training and awareness.

Commenting on this cooperation, H.E. Engineer Mohamed Abdel Hameed Al Askar, Director-General of ADDA, said: “We are delighted to collaborate with F5, which comes in line with ADDA’s vision for leading the digital future of Abu Dhabi and strengthening cooperation between government entities and strategic partners to promote innovation in various areas of government services.

“ADDA is keen on consolidating relations between the public and private sectors and working with strategic partners, such as F5. This cooperation contributes to the authority’s efforts to lead the digital future of Abu Dhabi by enabling government partners to provide services and develop work systems in order to enrich the quality of life and increase growth opportunities for business and individuals,” Al Askar added.