The Federal Authority for Government Human Resources (FAHR) recently received an official government delegation from the Republic of Uzbekistan, representing several government agencies. The visitors were briefed on global best practices adopted by the UAE in improving government work, as well as developing and empowering its human capital.
The delegation was received by HE Dr. Abdulrahman Abdul Mannan Al Awar, Director General of the Authority, HE Aisha Khalifa Al Suwaidi, Executive Director of Human Resources Policy Sector, Laila Obaid Al Suwaidi, Executive Director of Programs and Human Resources Planning, Ibrahim Fikri, Executive Director of Support Services Sector, directors of sectors and departments in the Authority, and representatives of Presidency of the Council of Ministers Office.
Speaking at the meeting with the visiting delegation, HE Laila Al Suwaidi, Executive Director of Programs & HR Planning, said that the UAE's experience in human capital management and development provides an example for many governments and countries of the world, as well as major global organizations and expertise houses in the field of human resources. This is evidenced, she added, by the occasional visits to the Authority by a number of organizations wishing to have a close look into its experience and successes in these fields.
Her Excellency welcomed the Republic of Uzbekistan delegation, which was acquainted with the most prominent initiatives of the Federal Authority for Government Human Resources and its strategic projects at the Federal Government level. She explained that the Authority launches vital initiatives and projects aimed at enhancing government efficiency and enable the ministries and federal entities to empower their workforce, develop their competencies, and create a positive work environment conducive to nurturing top talents.
During the visit, the delegation learned about the best HR practices at the Federal Government level, including systems, policies, legislations, and initiatives that boost productivity, as well as the HR Strategy in the Federal Government 2017-2021.
The delegation listened to an explanation on key electronic HR systems under the umbrella of the Federal Government’s HR Management Information System "BAYANATI", including the following systems: e-Employment, Core HR, Job Evaluation & Description, Strategic Manpower Planning, Attendance & Departure, Smart Statistical Reports, Training Programs Bank, Smart Goals Bank, etc.
The Uzbek delegation was also briefed on some important Federal Government initiatives and programs such as HR Enablers, Performance Management Systems, Training & Development for Federal Government employees, in addition to the most prominent training initiatives launched by the Authority at the Federal Government level and e-Training Portal.