Government Data Exchange System

Government Data Exchange system helps government entities to raise their efficiency and improve the collaboration between them to provide services to the public. Through this centralized back-end data exchange system, entities no longer require the public to submit hardcopy of documents for verification purposes. Such verifications could be effected through this system directly with the data sources entities, therefore increasing the entities to deliver end-to-end e-Services to the public.

The system aims to accomplish that by providing the needed tools and data standardization to the government entities to enable data exchange in a secure and effective way.

Government Data Exchange System provides the following features:

  • Enables end-to-end e-Services delivery
  • Sets data exchange standards and guidelines
  • Builds a government data set registry
  • Provides an admin panel to data provider and data consumer entities to be able to send and receive request and control access rights

The benefits of this service are many including:

  • Complex services without the need to ask users or to refer to other entities for document verification or missing data
  • Standardizes integration methods according to best practices
  • Defines ownership of data and helps entities standardize data models

The following is a list of available datasets and their providers:

Data Set


Commercial Register Data

Ministry of Economy and Commerce

Commercial License Data

Ministry of Economy and Commerce

Establishment Registration Data

Ministry of Interior

Real State Register Data

Ministry of Justice

Authorization Data

Ministry of Justice

Mortgage Data

Ministry of Justice


Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation “KAHRAMAA”

Marriage and Divorce Data

Supreme Judiciary Council

Mortality Data

Ministry of Public Health

My Address Data (Geographic Information Systems)

Ministry of Municipality and Environment

For further information, please contact the Ministry of Transport and Communications via phone number (+974) 4406 9996 or e-mail address: