|The system includes addressing all cities, governorates, centers, villages and the desertification of the Kingdom, by using the latest technologies in the field of geographic information systems, where sites and residential and commercial buildings can be inferred||In order to keep pace with the strategic development of the e-government, and to complete the necessary infrastructure for e-government transactions|
|The project aims to move from the descriptive address to the digital address, with the aim of facilitating inference of sites through standardized addresses for all regions and cities, as it is easy to deal with and inferred||Where it was approved by the Saudi Organization for Standardization, Metrology and Quality after it formed a special committee to prepare the technical regulations for this standard that included government agencies represented in: the National Information Center in the Ministry of Interior, the Ministry of Higher Education represented by King Abdulaziz University, and the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs represented by the Holy Capital Municipality In addition to the participation of two entities from the private sector, as well as representatives from the authority and the Saudi Post Corporation, with the aim of building a unified national numbering for addressing represented in meeting national needs to achieve sustainable development, and contribute to building and developing e-government as well as e-commerce applications|
The Council of Ministers approved Resolution No.
|The Saudi Postal Corporation, with the support of the government of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, launched the unified national address, and it was approved by the Council of Ministers by Resolution No||And it has been approved by specialized local and international bodies|
|The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is considered among the 17 countries in the world that have been able to implement international standards, and the addressing experts in the world considered it among the best and most advanced international systems|
read more Universal Postal Union UPU Certificate of International Standard for Addressing S42 At the Second International Addressing Summit held by the Universal Postal Union in Bern, the national address was awarded the International Standard for Addressing Certificate S42.2