The central ePay gateway of Dubai Smart Government enables customers to settle the fees of government services online on a 24/7 basis in a secure environment.
Payment optionsThere are many online payment options accredited by Dubai government departments for settlements of transaction fees. These include debit and credit cards and the option of direct debit payments for certain banks who have partnered with Dubai Smart Government. These include Commercial Bank of Dubai, Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank, Union National Bank, Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank and Dubai Islamic Bank.
Cash OnlineIn early 2012, Dubai Smart Government, in co-operation with the Commercial Bank of Dubai, activated the CBD cash online option to promote direct debit from the customer’s account for settling of government fees. CBD Cash Online also allows customers who do not have accounts with the bank to benefit from the direct debit service. Anyone can sign up without a minimum balance to open a virtual account. For more information and to sign up to CBD Cash online services..
ePay servicesMore than 25 service providers in the UAE with around 250 online services offer ePay for their customers. These services include Traffic fines enquiry & payment, pay DEWA electricity bills, top up your Salik credit online or pay for parking fines.
Online payment services can also be used for the transactions of Dubai Municipality and the services of Dubai Airport, Department of Economic Development, Dubai Health Authority, Dubai Chamber and Public Prosecution: Certificate from the Public Prosecution (based on details of the request), collection of passport, claim a civil right in a criminal case and request for a copy of judgment. You can also pay your Zakat online, using ePay from Dubai Smart Government.
You can pay for courses of Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University and also pay Zakat online using ePay.