To become the channel of choice for government and non-government online services.
- To be one stop shop for online services.
- To provide informational, interactive and transactional services, including online payment facility by adopting modern technology standards.
- To be aligned with Ethiopia Transformation and Development Strategic Vision 2015.
- To be the highest preferred customer centric channel of delivery providing convenient and easy access to the services through establishing electronic ways of linking people with the public and private services.
- To provide a platform for customers to give their feedback and participate in framing government policies and enhancing service delivery.
- To be a 24 x 7 service delivery channel.
- To provide 200 services online by the end of 2010.
- To be an integration platform for government services.
- To be a platform for customer preferred non-government services.
- To provide medium such as discussion forums and/or blogs to citizens and businesses to participate and comment on policies and public issues.
- All individual citizens and residents of Ethiopia.
- Government entities and employees.
- We will strive to provide correct and accurate information through the National Portal. Information available on the National Portal is updated as required.
- We will ensure 24x7x365 availability with 99% uptime for the portal.
- We will bring together a combination of industry-proven security technologies to protect data of our customers. Our portal features password controlled system entry and SSL protocol for data encryption.
- National Portal is 100% compatible with Internet Explorer version 6.0 and above, and mostly compatible with Firefox, Netscape and major other web browsers.
- The National Portal is available in both Arabic and English languages.
- We encourage suggestions and feedback on our services and the portal through various mediums like the service survey form, feedback form, poll and forum.
- We respect individuals and entities rights to privacy and conﬁdentiality.
- The National Portal has deﬁned grievance handling process to provide necessary support to the customers.
Service specific standards definition:
The National Portal provides information and services which are created and maintained by various government and non-government organizations, the availability of the service and the accuracy of the information is the responsibility of the respective entity providing the service through the National Portal.
Customer complaints and compliments:
We are committed to provide you with efficient and high quality services at all times. We realize that despite our best efforts, things can go wrong and when this happens we would like to hear from you. If you have any grievances for any of the services offered through the ministry portal or you wish to provide suggestions / feedback, please use our feedback link.