This drive is in accordance with the complete shift to emirate smart technology.
Smart Dubai has finished Phase 1 of the “Unified Registry for Dubai Government Employees” project pointed toward aiding the Dubai government streamline its interest in HR and construct limit.
The project, dispatched in a joint effort with the Dubai Human Resources Department (DGHR) and the Dubai Electronic Security Center, likewise intends to set up a solid wellspring of government employee information and meet the necessities of smart city yearnings.
This project forms some portion of the Dubai Register Initiative, dispatched by Smart Dubai in March 2020. It means to accumulate and introduce a precise and unified data set to work with the administration of worker information.
This will help you plan and settle on choices on human asset related issues inside the Dubai Government and across different government organizations, in accordance with the Emirate’s arrangement on a complete change to smart technology.
As per Abdulla Ali Bin Zayed Al-Falasi, Director of DGHR, HR is the foundation of the UAE advancement measure, subsequently making quality information on HR accessible to specialists so likely arrangements and techniques can be created. need to do it.
“The Dubai government has an initiative vision of building up a digital government committed to embracing cutting edge innovations and utilizing them to foster arrangements that expansion government productivity and boost HR. En route, we are consistently moving towards a thorough and complete digital transformation, said Younus Al Nasser, Assistant Director of Smart Dubai and CEO of Dubai Data Founding.
“A definitive objective is to help the UAE arrive at the most elevated positions in performance records for all areas.”
In Phase 1, 24 Dubai government offices took part in the project, including the Directorate General of Residence and Foreign Affairs, the Directorate General of Civil Defense, the Ministry of Finance, and the Dubai Police Force Headquarters.
Smart Dubai reports that 40% of the second period of the project has been finished in a joint effort with key accomplices. In Phase 2, 30 greater government organizations will be added to the rundown, with in excess of 130 offices expected to take part in the project before the finish of the fourth last stage.
DGHR is liable for choosing which information ought to be remembered for the registry and which is discretionary after the information has been supported by Smart Dubai. DGHR is then endowed with follow-up to guarantee government consistence.