The Federal Authority for Government Human Resources confirmed that its success in managing its relationship with external partners has enabled it, during the recent period, to review the experience of the UAE in the field of developing human capital before five countries: Jordan, Egypt, Uzbekistan, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, both through official visits by representatives The Authority may transfer to some countries, or through video communication with other countries.
Maitha Ahmed Kulthum, Director of the Strategy and Future Department at the authority, stated that the authority has been keen, since its establishment, to consolidate the bonds of partnership and cooperation with the parties that intersect with it in business and goals or complement them, in a way that serves the directions of the state, enhances the authority’s professional path, and helps achieve its strategic goals. And it develops human resources regulations, legislation and procedures for federal government employees, noting that its partnerships over the past years have extended to cover all work sectors, inside and outside the country.
Kulthum said, on the authority’s official website: “There was partnership and cooperation with several federal and local government agencies, and others from the private sector, academic institutions and houses of expertise, and Arab and international governments, based on its firm conviction of the importance of exchanging experiences and transferring knowledge, for the development and development of a head. Human Capital”, explaining that in the context of strengthening its partnerships, it is currently working on reviewing the results of partnerships, the levels of achieving their objectives, and mechanisms to ensure their continuity, in order to reach the best level of communication with the authorities, and to enhance the results of the partnership.
She pointed out that it has developed a new mechanism to manage its relations with partners, with the aim of strengthening partnerships and maximizing the return on investment from them, stressing that this mechanism identified the types of partnerships and frameworks for dealing with partners, whether through work teams, agreements, memoranda of understanding, and so on.
Kulthum added: “There is no doubt that the partnership agreements have contributed to enabling the authority to implement a number of initiatives that need technical or material support, and to preserve intellectual property rights for all parties, and helped in developing projects, initiatives and various systems, as well as helping to establish mechanisms for honoring partners, and promoting frameworks of cooperation with them, as the authority works to honor its partners on an annual basis.”
The Federal Authority for Government Human Resources confirmed that it has adopted a number of initiatives related to the development of human capital, including the “continuous learning strategy for government employees”, which aims to empower government talent and enhance the efficiency of services by identifying the required competencies, and government support mechanisms in qualifying and empowering its employees. The strategy also aims to identify the mechanisms through which employees can be qualified for the requirements of the future government.
She stated that in response to the future needs and aspirations of future generations, the annual meetings of the UAE government have adopted the “human capital for the future government” system, which aims to define the shape of institutions in the future and the mechanisms for preparing human capital for its requirements, and to shed light on new legislation and policies that governments will need. To organize the work of human resources in the future, and to determine the requirements of future legislation for the government and how systems and legislation can be more flexible.
The Federal Authority for Government Human Resources stated that the UAE focuses on human capital and develops its capabilities and talents, to ensure the upgrading of the national competencies that lead the future development process, and the human resources system, policies and legislation, within the framework of the efforts of the UAE government to harness technology and artificial intelligence in creating an integrated future For human resources, which will be based on competencies, talents and specialists, and in light of the UAE’s vision for electronic and smart transformation, which includes launching a number of initiatives and strategies towards achieving electronic and smart services, the national human resources are monitored at competitive levels.
According to the authority, the digital strategy for government human capital depends on studying and evaluating the current situation, proposing future developments of the human resources system and the associated administrative and financial systems in the federal government, and linking this system with supportive electronic systems in the entities, to develop services with competitive levels.
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