International Journal of Information Technology and Applied Sciences (IJITAS) https://woasjournals.com/index.php/ijitas <p><strong>International Journal of Information Technology and Applied Sciences (IJITAS) -ISSN 2709-2208 (Online)-</strong> is a peer-reviewed International Journal that currently publishes 4 issues annually. IJITAS is published by the <a href="http://www.woasjournals.com/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">World Organization of Applied Sciences (WOAS)</a>. IJITAS journal publishes technical papers, as well as review articles and surveys, describing recent research and development work that covers all areas of computer science, information systems, and computer / electrical engineering.</p> <p align="justify"><em><strong>Cross Reference</strong></em></p> <p align="justify"><strong>International Journal of Information Technology and Applied Sciences (IJITAS)</strong> is a member of the <strong>CrossRef. </strong>The DOI prefix allotted for IJITAS is <a href="https://doi.org/10.52502/ijitas"><strong>10.52502/ijitas</strong></a></p> World Organization of Applied Sciences en-US International Journal of Information Technology and Applied Sciences (IJITAS) 2709-2208 Electronic Identify Management in Digital Service Delivery: Current State of Adoption Around the World https://woasjournals.com/index.php/ijitas/article/view/235 <p>Electronic Identity Management has become a key ingredient for electronic governance. Countries around the world are using state-of-the-art technologies to digitize their citizen service delivery process. Uniquely identifying citizens and electronically managing their authentication information is a must for trust and fairness. However, at the implementation level, various modes of electronic identity management are currently in practice, primarily: centralized, user-centric, and federated models. This paper presents an overall summary of the level and type of identity management strategies adopted by different governments. We believe, this information will be valuable to the policymakers and development strategies to plan, design, implement and update the current state of the art.</p> Muhammad Shakil Parvez SARKER TANVEER AHMED RUMEE Copyright (c) 2022 International Journal of Information Technology and Applied Sciences (IJITAS) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 2022-04-16 2022-04-16 4 1 01 11 10.52502/ijitas.v4i1.235 Genesis and institutionalization of modern sport in northern Morocco under the Spanish Protectorate https://woasjournals.com/index.php/ijitas/article/view/242 <p>This article aims to describe the process of anchoring, institutionalization and diffusion of modern sport in northern Morocco, and in Tetouan in particular, the capital of the Spanish protectorate (1913-1956). By referring to works describing some of the sports and physical activities practised in schools during the protectorate period, and by relying on some issues of the Spanish press of the protectorate period, the paper shows that although the British are to be credited with the introduction of the game of football and its relative diffusion in some cities and towns of northern Morocco, its supervised practice is mainly the responsibility of the colonists and the Spanish military. These two precursors of football in Morocco during colonization organized and practised it for entertainment purposes, mainly for the benefit of the Moroccan Spaniards. However, if the Europeans forbade Moroccans to take part in military gymnastics because it was considered dangerous, sport, which was considered a game and had no political charge, seemed less dangerous and, consequently, more accessible to the indigenous Muslims. The latter took advantage of this to appropriate a new culture while remaining totally absent from the management and decision-making structures.</p> SOULAIMAN HARFOUF Copyright (c) 2022 International Journal of Information Technology and Applied Sciences (IJITAS) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 2022-05-10 2022-05-10 4 1 12 20 10.52502/ijitas.v4i1.242