Saudi minister of civil service takes part in 19th Arab administrative development conference

Marrakesh, Minister of Civil Service of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Sulaiman bin Abdullah Al-Hamdan, who serves as Head of the Executive Council of the Arab Organization for Administrative Development (AOAD), took part today in the opening of the two-day 19th Arab administrative development conference, organized in this Moroccan city of Marrakesh by AOAD under the patronage of King Mohammed VI of Morocco and the theme "requirements of localization of smart infrastructure in Arab countries to achieve sustainable development 2030.

Al-Hamdan underscored the importance of technology, artificial intelligence, macro data and information technology as entries to a different world in all domains of life, including administration, necessitating the need to deal with them as per the required magnitude and speed in the service of the Arab administrative societies.

He honored Mohamed bin Abdulqader, former Minister of Administrative Reforms and Public Jobs, in recognition of his contribution to serve AOAD in the previous period and Mohammed bin Shaaboon, Minister of Economy, Finance and Administrative Reforms for his ministry's effort to host this conference.

Source: Saudi Press Agency