Planning honors the participants in the second session of the Egypt Award for Government Excellence

Dr. Hala Al-Saeed, Minister of Planning and Economic Development, said that the Egypt Award for Government Excellence came within the framework of implementing Egypt Vision 2030, confirming the ministry’s keenness to make a qualitative leap in institutional performance through the award in order to keep pace with developments and develop human capabilities through the presence of a national award for government excellence that popularizes the atmosphere Positive, effective and constructive competition, and consolidating the principles and values ​​of excellence in all sectors of the state, the fruits of which Egypt reaps from progress, development, prosperity, support for institutional competitiveness and teamwork.

This came in a statement by the Ministry of Planning today about the ceremony it held to honor the coordinators of the Egyptian governorates and universities participating in the Egypt Award for Government Excellence in its second session 2020 under the title (Excellence Ambassadors), in the presence of Eng.Khaled Mostafa, the general supervisor of the award, who thanked the coordinators for their effective role during The second session of the award, and their support and efforts that contributed to the success of the work.

Mustafa explained that the current session of the award faced obstacles and challenges following the Covid-19 pandemic, which resulted in the development of innovative methods and the adaptation of technological means to achieve the desired goals, referring to the prominent role played by the “Ambassadors of Excellence” in the coordination stages of the award, and to the effort made by the team The award was made by operations, evaluation, communication and marketing officials.

He stressed that the Egypt Award for Government Excellence is not merely an honor and a “prize”, but rather aims to spread and consolidate the culture of excellence at the level of all institutions and individuals, pointing to the achievements of the award in its second session, in terms of increasing the number of awards from 15 to 19 awards. In service categories and individuals, and the creation of new entities, including catering offices, health offices, the best employee award, and the best work team.

The General Supervisor of the Egypt Award for Government Excellence indicated that by the end of this March, the timetable for the next session will be announced, as well as the date of the ceremony for the distribution of the Egypt Awards for Government Excellence, indicating that a proposal is being studied to make an evaluation for all the parties participating in the award, not just the parties qualified for the stages. Final; In preparation for its implementation in the coming sessions, work is underway to prepare general recommendations at the level of governorates, entities and bodies, to be presented to the Presidency of the Council of Ministers to identify strengths and opportunities for improvement.

At the end of the ceremony, Eng. Khaled Mustafa presented certificates of honor to the coordinators of the participating governorates, which are Cairo, Alexandria, Giza, Qalyubia, Fayoum, Sharkia, Beni Suef, Gharbia, Sohag, Dakahlia, Aswan, Port Said, Damietta, Assiut, Minya, Beheira, Qena, Ismailia. , Red Sea, Suez, South Sinai, New Valley and Kafr El Sheikh. The coordinators of the Ministry of Social Solidarity, the Ministry of Supply, the Ministry of Health, the National Postal Authority, in addition to the coordinators of all Egyptian public universities were also honored.
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