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UAE to set global standards with federal strategy

posted on 15/04/2007: 716 views

Under the patronage and in the presence of President H.H Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the UAE Federal Government Strategy will be unveiled on Tuesday, 17th.

The historic strategy will be unveiled by H.H Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President , Prime Minister, and Ruler of Dubai, and in the presence of Their highnesses , Supreme Council Members and Rulers o the Rulers emirates. Cabinet members and more than 1,000 senior federal government officials will also attend the ceremony.

Over the past six months, six ministerial committees had put in tremendous efforts to develop the strategy. Hundreds of government officials also contributed to give a final shape to the federal strategy, which will mark a new beginning in the performance of government sector in the UAE.

The strategy, covering various sectors, emphasises the federal government's efforts towards achieving performance levels that will match international best standards in all areas.

Mohammed Al Gergawi, Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs, said: "The Federal strategy announcement comes at a significantly opportune time for the country. Promoting the federal government's performance, enhancing the country's competency level, and unleashing development potentials on all fronts have become the essential prerequisites that mandate immediate action."

Al Gergawi said: "The UAE strategy reflects the vision of The President HH Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan and HH Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, for the country's future. It underscores their determination to demonstrate the country's leadership position by implementing international best standards." "The federal government has embarked on developing an integrated and well defined plan to ensure maximum coordination among all government bodies.

The strategy will facilitate the launch of clearly devised action plans in various sectors with specific implementation timelines. Guided by international best practices, the plans will address all development requirements on both local and federal levels," said Al Gergawi.

"The strategy seeks to overcome a number of challenges to consolidate the country's leadership position regionally and internationally. A World Economic Forum report recently said that the UAE has the most competitive economy in the Arab world. This is a valid testimony to the country's unlimited potential," Al Gergawi added.

He pointed out that the strategy focuses on enhancing the quality of life of the local population. While seeking to increase participation of the UAE nationals in all development programmes, the strategy focuses on building the country's human capital as a prime requirement on the government agenda.

Al Gergawi said constant monitoring and reviewing of the strategy would help the country cope with the world's fast paced political and economic developments. (Emirates News Agency, WAM)


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