The committee included seven experts who have long experience in this field and this helped in the arbitration and producing fruitful comments about the joint projects. The committee was headed by Mr Jerami Milard the senior advisor of the Dansih Technology Institute and the first advisor at Bronel University in Britain.
The committee prepared a report about all of those who participated at the prize. The purpose of preparing this report is to help those who are in charge of the committee to benefit out of the committee comments to develop their activities and increase their competitive levels in order to win in the coming years.
His highness Shaikh Mohamed Bin Mubarak, the deputy of the Premier will reward the winners during the Bahrain International Forum of the Electronic Government. The forum be held on 15 March at Isa Cultural Centre with the attendance of a large crowd of those who are concerned in information technology. The attendance will be from Bahrain and from abroad. The prize consists of three categories the Govt sector, the Joint sector and the individual sector. The last one was chosen according to the highest financial transaction value that was achieved through the gate of e-governement during one year.