[size=36]The Minister of Planning confirms the move towards completing the partnership with the private sector[/size]
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, Minister of Planning, Khaled Battal Al-Najm, confirmed on Monday, moving towards achieving partnership with the private sector, and considered it a first priority, within the development directions of the ministry, and achieving the goals of the five-year development plan 2018-2022, and Iraq’s vision for 2030.
A statement by the Ministry, which received / Mawazine News / a copy of it, stated that "The Minister conducted an inspection tour of a number of departments and formations of the Ministry, which was accompanied by the Undersecretaries of the Ministry and a number of general managers, and the star listened during the tour to a detailed explanation provided by the general managers and heads of departments, on The nature of the work of the departments, formations and mechanisms of cooperation with state institutions, and ways to enhance joint cooperation with organizations of the international community, as well as listing and following up the implementation of investment projects based on feasibility studies, government contracting methods, based on the contents of standard documents, quality management and improving the level of performance Asse ".
The minister stressed, according to the statement, "the adoption of planning standards based on accurate statistical indicators in drawing near-and-medium development plans and policies, and the creation of administrative units at the district and judicial levels, in a way that contributes to enhancing development efforts."
He pointed out, "The orientation towards adopting the principle of developmental competition, in order to improve the level of performance and increase the rates of implementation for investment projects," noting that "
The statement said, "The tour included the departments of government contracts, investment, administrative and financial, sector planning, regional and local development, economic policies, contract sections, internal control, website, quality management, accounts, government media and communication, and the Office of Financial Supervision Bureau." Ended on 29 / A 43