1.Achieving a performance level of (5) or its equivalent in the approved performance system for the past two years.
2.The employee's talents, competencies, and skills should contribute to enhancing the quality and productivity of the workplace, based on performance indicators that are measured, documented, and the results of the employee's capabilities assessment.
3.The percentage of employees classified as promising government talents through the Fast Track should not exceed (5%) of the total number of employees working in the federal entity on an annual basis.
4.The financial allocations for promotion should be available within the approved budget of the entity.
5.An employee can only be promoted once throughout their service in the federal government through this track.
6.The promotion through this track should not prevent the employee from receiving any other promotion for a period of (12) months.
7.If the promotion through this track leads to the position of Assistant Undersecretary, Executive Director, or equivalent, a decision from the Cabinet is required. If it leads to the position of Undersecretary, Director General, or equivalent, a federal decree is issued.
It should be noted that the Authority is working on the development of a specific policy regarding the governance of this track in order to enable federal entities to benefit from its implementation in accordance with the established principles.