Mohammed Ali Al Qaed is a renowned contributor to the regional eGovernment and IT milieu. He was appointed as the Chief Executive and was devoted to globally advance the Kingdom of Bahrain. Consequently, for the 4th consecutive time, Bahrain maintains the lead amongst Arab Countries in the UN eGovernment Survey 2016 and also occupies 11th position globally within the Telecommunication Infrastructure Index. Along with his key role of restructuring the Central Statistics Organization (later developed into the CIO), Al Qaed has also contributed to the development of mechanisms for the protection of government systems, as well as assisted in establishing the first government information network in the Middle East and integrated e-services - internet and email between various ministries. Al Qaed had the honor to serve his country through the implementation of a number of key national projects – mainly, the Identity card, National Action Charter (2001).