Arab Towns Organization Seeks Dubai Municipality's Assistance
The Dubai Municipality has been asked by the Higher Consultative Authority of the Arab Towns Organization to study steps to be taken in order to improve the image and performance of the organization and its subsidiary establishments, according to Khaleej Times.
This matter was discussed in a recent meeting of the consultative authority, which was held in Kuwait and attended by Director-General of the Dubai Municipality, Qassim Sultan.
Sultan declared that the municipality was also asked to sketch out policies for restructuring the organization, update its internal financial and administrative procedures and give advise on investment as well as development of human and financial resources realms.
The civic body will take upon itself these tasks in cooperation with the Arab Towns Organization's Secretariat General and the Arab Institute for Development of Cities.
Sultan has consequently issued directives to the municipality's Administrative Development and Quality Department to outline an action plan for an adviser, who would be undertaking the preliminary development studies in this regard.
This draft will be later presented at the forthcoming meeting of the Higher Consultative Authority of Arab Towns Organization, that is due to be held side by side with the Arab Towns Organization's permanent meetings in Jordan.
The municipality's delegation to the recent meeting in Kuwait included Munther Akram Juma, Head of the Foreign Relations and Organizations Office. (Albawaba.com)
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