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Thursday, May 23, 2019 – 5:46 pm
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Thursday, May 23, 2019 – 5:46 pm
Mohammed bin Abdullah Al-Gergawi, Minister of Cabinet and Future Affairs in the UAE, Chairman of the Arab Government Excellence Award Board of Trustees, said that Egypt had the oldest administrative experience in the world, noting that the Arab region had seen civilizations t when he had good administrations.
Al-Gergawi said in a speech at the launch of the Arab Government Excellence Award launched by the United Arab Emirates in collaboration with the Arab Institute for Administrative Development (AADMO) at the Arab League headquarters.
He pointed out that this award is becoming a new model of partnership between the United Arab Emirates Government and the Arab Institute for Administrative Development of the United Arab Emirates League.
"The initiative and award sponsored by HH Sheikh Mohammed Rashid bin Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai, is launching a new momentum in administrative development in the Arab world."
"The award is a new station and an attempt to add a new addition to the University's long-standing process through a partnership with the Arab Institute for Administrative Development, which has made great strides in the process of administrative development in the world. Arab. "
"Our aim is to highlight the successful Arab administrative models for the benefit of all, and also to honor Arab administrators, ministers, governors, workers, engineers, policy makers and outstanding decision makers in Arab governments," said Gergawi.
"The award will honor the best Arab minister, the best Arab ministry, the best director of an Arab organization or institution, and the best governor in a region of our Arab world, through the development of detailed administrative standards, and will be honoring the best Arab experiences in health Education and infrastructure, empowering women and opportunities for young people … all within a framework of administrative systems that will be available and open to all. "
Al-Gergawi added "a series of research and papers will be launched in the science of modern government administration. An Arab management platform will be launched, which will be available to all Arab government administrators … to review best practice and have detailed and up-to-date management information, their organizations to improve management practices in the Arab world. "
Dr Nasser Al-Qahtani, Director of the Arab Institute for Administrative Development, a member of the Award's Board of Trustees, said the Government's Excellence Award had been made through the decision of the Executive Council Ministers and the General Administrative Organization of the Arab Administrative Development Institute to achieve a qualitative leap in the performance of organizations. government services in all Arab countries. And leading and excellent experiences in this field.
"The United Arab Emirates has an innovative experience of developing government work, launching excellence awards, driving performance and applying best practice. Ministers, Executive Council members and the General Assembly value and value the support of the UK." United Arab Emirates for this initiative as well as Sheikh Mohammed Rakid Al Maktoum's bin response for the Foundation's desire to benefit from this experience, by sponsoring and supporting the launch of an award for Arab government excellence at the level of the Arab world. "