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Future Government Talents
Future Government Talents

“Jahiz” is one of the major transformational projects launched by the UAE government. With the aim of enhancing the readiness of federal government talents and supporting them with future skills. ” Jahiz ” initiative, through its digital platform, offers a specialized journey to develop four groups of skills most closely related to the future directions of government work. These skills include: (Digital Skills, Data and AI Skills, New Economy Skills and 10X Skills). Digital Skills: Digitalization has transformed our lives on many levels and its application on government work has numerous benefits through utilizing various technologies such as Blockchain, cloud computing programming, web 3.0, and the Metaverse. Data and AI Skills: The Fourth Industrial Revolution contributes in creating a competitive national economy that is based on knowledge and innovation. Hence, it is essential to build talent capabilities around current and future technologies. New Economy Skills: The new economy is one that is built on harnessing new technologies as a core capability. Such an approach has a direct and indirect impact on our lives and the environment. 10X Skills: These are the skills of accelerating and multiplying the effect of projects and initiatives. As the world around us rapidly changes, it becomes critical for us to ensure keeping up with that change using an arsenal of agile and innovative measures. To benefit from the Government Platform “Jahiz”, Click

Entrepreneurship Leave for self-employment for Federal Government UAE National employees
Entrepreneurship Leave for self-employment for Federal Government UAE National employees

The Entrepreneurship Leave for self-employment for Federal Government UAE National employees initiative has been developed as part of the Initiatives of the Next 50. The initiative focuses on enhancing the competitiveness of the UAE National cadres, encouraging them to work in the private sector, investing in available job opportunities in it, and establishing and managing their own businesses projects/business that add a qualitative value to the national economy. Given the leading role of the United Arab Emirates Government and its vision that aims to support the country’s citizens across all fields, the esteemed UAE Cabinet issued Resolution No. (30/7) of 2022 on the conditions and controls for granting Entrepreneurship Leave for self-employment to UAE nationals working in the federal government. The initiative relies on an innovative approach to introduce a special category of leaves that is granted under specific conditions. The aim of this new leave category is to enable UAE nationals working in the federal government to establish their own business in the private sector given the important role this sector plays in the economy. This crucial step will play a key role in creating new jobs and drive future development. Accordingly, the Federal Authority for Government Human Resources launched the guide for granting Ministries and Federal entities their UAE National employees – who wish – an Entrepreneurship Leave for self-employment, which is the first of its kind in the world, to encourage them to pursue investment and start their own businesses in the private sector. To view the Guide for an Entrepreneurship Leave for Self-employment in the Federal Government, Click here Frequently Asked Questions To view the frequently asked questions about the Entrepreneurship Leave for self-employment initiative, Click here Support and Assistance To request for technical support and assistance about the Entrepreneurship Leave for self-employment initiative, please request the service from: Customer Happiness System Unified Call Center 600525524 Email:

Human resources club
Human resources club

The Authority aims at developing Human Resources in the Federal Government Sector based on Modern concepts and International criteria applied in the field of HR management. Human Resources Club is one of FAHR’s initiatives pouring from its strategic plan, which aims to enhance the productivity of the federal workforce. The Human Resources Club offers a professional work environment to exchange experiences, best practices and networking between HR professionals across federal government, local government and private sector.  HRC aims Exchange views and discuss challenges and solutions to common human resources issues. Create a channel of communication between HR experts and HR managers across the United Arab Emirates. Work as one team to support and strengthen the HR departments in different entities and amend desired changes in HR practices. Review and evaluates the impact of legislations on the performance and affectivity of the HR in the United Arab Emirates and suggest the appropriate solutions. Share best practices locally, regionally and internationally. Facilitating the process of HR related studies and surveys. Support and strengthen the role of human resources and offer creative solutions and successful and unique practices. Create a suitable environment to transfer the experience and expertise among managers and specialists, experts and researchers, who are interested in human resources development in the United Aram Emirates.  Live Streaming Become a Sponsor Become a Member News Highlights Events Presentations HR

“Elite” – The Vocational Certificates for Federal Government Employees Initiative
“Elite” – The Vocational Certificates for Federal Government Employees Initiative

Job Family: Finance and Accounting Total Certificates: 11 Download Job Family: Human Resources Total Certificates: 7 Download Job Family: Audit and Governance Total Certificates: 9 Download Job Family: Health and Safety Total Certificates: 5 Download Job Family: Institutional Development Total Certificates: 4 Download Job Family: Program and Project Management Total Certificates: 8 Download Job Family: Engineering Total Certificates: 3 Download Job Family: Legal-Judicial Total Certificates: 2 Download Job Family: Climate Change, Environment and Water Total Certificates: 2 Download Job Family: Media Total Certificates: 11 Download Job Family: Support Services Total Certificates: 3 Download Job Family: Information Technology Total Certificates: 27

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HR Club discusses opportunities for Zero Bureaucracy using creative technologies
July 18, 2024
HR Club discusses opportunities for Zero Bureaucracy using creative technologies

The Federal Authority for Government Human Resources (FAHR) held the 3rd Forum of the Human Resources Club during the current year under the title “Eliminating bureaucracy in government entities using innovative technologies”, with the attendance and participation of approximately 700 federal government employees, club members and concerned parties from all business sectors.

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Expanding “Jahiz” platform to include youth from the government and private sectors
July 15, 2024
Expanding “Jahiz” platform to include youth from the government and private sectors

Coordinated with the World Youth Skills Day designated by the United Nations General Assembly, the Federal Authority for Government Human Resources (FAHR), in partnership with the Federal Youth Foundation, announced launching a set of specific initiatives to expand the participation of young people from the government and private sectors in “Jahiz”, the largest national platform for developing future skills in the UAE, within the approved projects of the “National Youth Agenda 2031”, with the aim of enhancing contributions of the UAE young people to the process of sustainable national development.

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“FAHR” participates in the meeting of the Technical Committee for Civil Service and Human Resources Affairs
July 12, 2024
“FAHR” participates in the meeting of the Technical Committee for Civil Service and Human Resources Affairs

The Federal Authority for Government Human Resources (FAHR) took part in the 24th meeting of the Technical Committee for Civil Services and Human Resources Affairs of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries, which was held recently via video conference technology under the chairmanship of the State of Qatar.

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The launch of the General Framework for Managing Promising Talent in the Federal Government
July 11, 2024
The launch of the General Framework for Managing Promising Talent in the Federal Government

The Youth Council for Government Talent in the Federal Authority for Government Human Resources (FAHR) and the Federal Youth Authority launched the “General Framework for Managing Promising Talent in the Federal Government” – the first of its kind in the federal government – as one of the projects of the (National Youth Agenda 2031).

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FAHR’s headquarters in Dubai relocated to the “Festival Tower”
July 11, 2024
FAHR’s headquarters in Dubai relocated to the “Festival Tower”

The Federal Authority for Government Human Resources (FAHR) announced the relocation of its headquarters in the Emirate of Dubai, from Al Jalila Foundation Building – Dubai Healthcare City, to the 9th floor of Festival Tower – adjacent to Festival City Centre.

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Kazakhstani Delegation briefed by FAHR on the Human Capital Development Practices
July 9, 2024
Kazakhstani Delegation briefed by FAHR on the Human Capital Development Practices

The Federal Authority for Government Human Resources (FAHR) briefed a leadership delegation from the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan on the most prominent practices of the UAE government in the field of capital growth and development in the federal government and the initiatives that enhance the capabilities of government talents and empower them with future skills.

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Cooperation between FAHR and Government of Ras Al Khaimah to develop national competencies within “Jahiz”
July 9, 2024
Cooperation between FAHR and Government of Ras Al Khaimah to develop national competencies within “Jahiz”

The Federal Authority for Government Human Resources (FAHR) signed an agreement of cooperation with the Human Resources Department of Ras Al Khaimah Government within the “Jahiz” initiative for the future of government talents, aiming to empower national competencies with the skills of the future in line with the vision of the United Arab Emirates government to enhance competitiveness, leadership and proactivity.

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Laila Al Suwaidi: Our leadership is keen to empower talents and enhance sustainable digital transformation skills
July 4, 2024
Laila Al Suwaidi: Our leadership is keen to empower talents and enhance sustainable digital transformation skills

H.E Laila Obaid Al Suwaidi, Director General of the Federal Authority for Government Human Resources (FAHR), assured that the general framework for adopting sustainable digital transformation, which was recently launched by the Supreme Committee for Government Digital Transformation and approved by the Cabinet as a guiding policy to integrate the principles of sustainability into all digital transformation activities and initiatives in government entities in the country, is an initiation of a significant phase and a framework for the great efforts made by the UAE government at all levels in order to enhance sustainable digital readiness among employees and institutions, as a work culture and daily practice.

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The 1st day of Muharram is the Hijri New Year holiday for the year 1446 AH in the federal government
July 3, 2024
The 1st day of Muharram is the Hijri New Year holiday for the year 1446 AH in the federal government

The Federal Authority for Government Human Resources (FAHR) issued a Circular to all ministries and federal entities regarding the Hijri New Year holiday in the federal government for the year 1446 AH.

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08/07/2024 - 08/07/2024
11:30 - 10:30  | 
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Drive “Zero Bureaucracy” in Government organizations using Innovative Technologies”

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01/04/2011 - 01/04/2011
13:00 - 10:00  | 
وزارات الاتحادية
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05/05/2011 - 06/05/2011
13:00 - 11:00  | 
Park Hayat Hotel - Alkhour Hall
Fourth Forum of the Human Resources Club

Fourth Forum of the Human Resources Club

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16/06/2011 - 16/06/2011
Human Resource Club Hosts HE Abdul-Aziz Al Ghurair

Human Resource Club Hosts HE Abdul-Aziz Al Ghurair

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19/09/2011 - 19/09/2011
Workshop on Emiratization Mechanism and Plan

Workshop on Emiratization Mechanism and Plan

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26/09/2011 - 26/09/2011
Launching UAE Government Leaders Program

Launching UAE Government Leaders Program

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04/10/2011 - 04/10/2011
14:00 - 10:00  | 
Dubai
Seminar on Governance (for federal authorities & institutions)

Seminar on Governance (for federal authorities & institutions)

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26/11/2011 - 27/11/2011
14:00 - 09:00  | 
Yas Hotel - Abu Dhabi
Meetings of Civil Service Ministries & Undersecretaries in GCC States

Meetings of Civil Service Ministries & Undersecretaries in GCC States

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03/01/2012 - 03/01/2012
The First Specialized Seminar of the Human Resource Club (Behavioral Competencies and Appraisal)

The First Specialized Seminar of the Human Resource Club (Behavioral Competencies and Appraisal)

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