National Archives Wins the Best Creative Idea Prize of the Google Lab

National Archives Wins the Best Creative Idea Prize of the Google Lab

National Archives Wins the Best Creative Idea Prize of the Google Lab


The National Archives of the United Arab Emirates won the best creative idea prize of the Google Creative Skills and Innovation (CSI) Lab. The representatives of the National Archives have excelled in providing new and constructive ideas for creating a work environment that stimulates employee creativity.
The Google CSI Lab is a distinctive platform for creativity hosted again by the U.A.E. within GITEX TECHNOLOGY 2015. This year, the Lab follows the huge development Google, Inc. achieved in many areas such as infrastructure, data rooms and management, in addition to other Google's free services such as e-mail, and YouTube.
Regarding the prize, H.E. Majid Al Mehairi, Executive Director of the National Archives, said that the National Archives’ innovative ideas come as part of the innovation and creativity represented in the unprecedented evolution and prosperity the U.A.E. is experiencing under its wise leadership. At the National Archives, we seek to instill innovation as a corporate culture and a sustainable action plan. Since we no longer consider it an emergency, we work to stimulate the innovators and encourage creativity that guarantees the sustainability of progress and development in various aspects of the National Archives.
H.E. Al Mehairi added that the National Archives’ interest in encouraging innovators and upholding creativity in various fields guarantees upgrading action, which is eventually in the best interest of the nation as we work to collect, document, and preserve the memory of the nation. Al Mehairi commended Google Lab and its efforts in enhancing the innovation.
It is worth mentioning that more than 200 participants met at the Google Creative Lab. They formed groups that discussed and presented innovative ideas in various fields. After considering the entries, evaluation committees awarded the National Archives, whose representatives were honored and hosted at Google’s headquarters.