UAE hosts The Government Summit with participation of over 2000 Arab and International experts
- United Arab Emirates: Wednesday, January 23 - 2013 at 11:37
- PRESS RELEASE
The United Arab Emirates will host the Government Summit, which will be held for the first time in the region from 11 -12 February 2013, under the theme (Leading Governments Services). The summit which will host 2,000 delegates representing UAE, Arabs and other parts of the world, and will witness participation from a range of national, regional and international government leaders and experts is an ideal platform to exchange experience and knowledge and leading government services.
His Excellency said, "The Government Summit which is the largest government gathering in the region and the Arab world represents a regional platform that gathers such a high profile leaders, decision makers and specialists from the Arab countries and abroad especially that there many concerns about enhancing governments role in providing high quality services and finding innovative methods to improve government services in the region."
His Excellency Al Gergawi explained, "The Government Summit has formed strategic partnerships with renowned organisations including the Dubai School of Government, and international entities such as the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Division for Public Administration & Development Management (DPADM) United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA) and specialized international institutions such as Getúlio Vargas Foundation, and Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy in Singapore and others."
To further drive these partnerships, the Summit will launch several international reports published in Arabic for the first time to be distributed in the UAE and the Arab world to expand and disseminate knowledge to benefit decision makers, researchers and government experts.
The Summit will also host several workshops and constructive discussions to enhance the quality of government services and provide a model for governmental concepts and practices in the region.
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