Today, at the National Institute of Administrative Sciences, the seventh courses on developing services and simplifying procedures and the second on the code of professional conduct were concluded, organized by the Ministry of Civil Service and Insurance.
The two courses targeted trainees from the Ministries of Electricity and Energy, Higher Education, Finance, Civil Service, the Presidency Office, the Transportation Regulatory Authority, the Customs and Land Authority, the General Grain Corporation, September 21 University for Medical Sciences, and the Institute of Administrative Sciences.
In conclusion, the Minister of Civil Service, Salim Muhammad Al-Mughlis, indicated that the two sessions focused on concepts concerned with enhancing functional work in the state's administrative sector within a development program that includes many projects and is sponsored by the state's leadership.
He explained that the Code of Conduct came to change the concept of public office as a responsibility to serve citizens, and at the same time regulate the relations between employees with all their responsibilities, behavior towards society and service recipients, and enhance employee behavior with colleagues, subordinates and beneficiaries.
He said, "If the true concept of public office is established, it will facilitate positive engagement He considered the two sessions a starting point for implementing the tasks and responsibilities
of the development teams in bringing about the required positive change in all state institutions,stressing the importance of the development teams playing their role in carrying out the tasks assigned to them.
Minister Al-Mughlis stressed the need for everyone to feel responsible in implementing
programs to develop the performance of the state's administrative sector, which has
been steadfast for more than eight years in the face of the aggression, which aimed to paralyze it.
For his part, the Deputy Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Dr. Ali Sharaf El-Din,
praised the efforts of the Ministry of Civil Service in preparing and implementing the two training programmes.
And he noted the role of the National Institute of Administrative Sciences in qualifying national
cadres who can count on effective participation in improving the administrative and service reality.
Dr. Sharaf El-Din referred to the complementary relationship between the Code of Conduct and the
Service Development Guide. Considering that if the employee enjoys good behavior and job
commitment, he will seek to facilitate procedures and provide the best services to citizens.
In turn, the Dean of the National Institute for Administrative Sciences, Dr. Muhammad Al-Qatbari,
expressed his happiness at the graduation of a group of development teams participating
in the training program, who demonstrated their interaction with the programs of the two sessions, and reflected their desire to learn, and sought to apply what
they learned in their institutions.
He pointed to the importance of the Code and the Service Development Guide and their interdependence, stressing that if the public job ethics are available to the employee, he will be aware and understand his responsibility in serving the citizen.
For his part, the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Higher Education for the Scholarships Sector, Abdul Karim Al-Rawdi, and the Director of Human Resources at the Customs Authority, in two words about the trainees, appreciated the efforts to organize and make the two-course program a success. This enhanced the perceptions and capabilities of the participants with theoretical and practical knowledge about the contents of the code of professional conduct, the development of services and the simplification of procedures.
They reviewed the stages of implementation of the two courses, and the various training programs and activities included in each stage. It has an applied nature.
During the conclusion, which was attended by the Chairman of the Land Transport Affairs Authority, Walid Al-Wadaei, and the Undersecretaries of the Ministries of Finance, Jamil Al-Dais, Electricity and Energy, Ahmed Al-Mutawakel, and Higher Education, Dr. Elham Al-Sanabani, the participants in the two sessions were honored with certificates of appreciation.
Translated by/ Boran yahia