Abu Dhabi Judicial Department launches digital authentication system
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Abu Dhabi Judicial Department launches digital authentication system

Abu Dhabi Judicial Department launches digital authentication system

Digital authentication will allow access to electronic government services through UAE Pass


The Abu Dhabi Judicial Department (ADJD) has launched a digital authentication project that enables the department to complete the process of issuing online documents, a report carried by WAM said.

The adoption of the digital authentication procedure for Notary Public and Authentication transactions makes it possible to dispose of the traditionally manual process of signing, sticking and sealing of documents. Users will receive their documents in a digital form and will no longer be sent via a courier service. This will reduce time and effort, as well as cost savings in the paper handling and delivery process.

Digital authentication works with the digital identities of individuals that allows access to all electronic government services through the UAE Pass application. Authentication process identifiers include the automatic insertion of the stamp of the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department, the name and signature of the responsible employee and the corporate identity and personal certification of the employee, as well as QR codes to check both the status of the Notary Public’s transactions and the authenticity of the document.

The digital authentication number of the Judicial Department’s documents is generated through complex algorithms that cannot be accessed to guarantee confidentiality, the department said.

“The launch of this vital project is part of the ongoing efforts to develop the system of government services in the emirate of Abu Dhabi and to strengthen its global competitiveness,” Youssef Saeed Al Abri, under-secretary of the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department said.

Digital authentication is now integrated into various other remote services provided by the ADJD, including the use of videoconferencing that eliminates the need for court users to show up in person at the ADJD headquarters.

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