Saudi Arabia has won six of the Arab Government Excellence Awards ceremony for the years 2021-2022, which was organized today by the Arab Administrative Development Organization (ARADO), in cooperation with the Government of UAE.
The ceremony was hosted at the Arab League Headquarters in Cairo, Egypt, and was attended by Mr. Ahmed Aboul Gheit, Secretary-General of the Arab League.
The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) was granted the Best Arab Ministry Award, after fulfilling the award’s four criteria represented in realizing the vision, main tasks, and innovation, in addition to the integrated enablers, and the effective performance in all criteria.
The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development won the Award for the Best Government Project for Community Development for its project “Enhancing the participation of the Saudi workforce in the private sector”, in accordance with the objectives of the Saudi Vision 2030.
The Ministry of Interior won the award for the best Arab Smart Government Application for the “Absher” application, while Ms. Noura bint Abdullah Al-Zaid from the MCIT won the award for the Best Arab Government Employee, and Ms. Moataz bin Hussein bin Abdullah from the Makkah Municipality won the award for the Best Arab Government Employee.
CEO of the Authority for the Care of Persons with Disabilities, Dr. Hisham bin Mohammed Al-Haidari won the Best General Manager of a Body or Institution, concerned with Persons with Disabilities.
The Arab Government Excellence Award is the first award of its kind in the Arab world and the largest in the field of development, improvement and administrative excellence.
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