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Employment and Workplace

CSGDB Launches "Ada'a" System to Upgrade Government Sector Performance

12 Mar, 2023 2:00 PMGulf TimesIntended Audience
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The Civil Service and Government Development Bureau (CSGDB) has launched the "Ada'a" system seeking to upgrade the performance of the government sector in the State of Qatar, in line with Qatar National Vision 2030. The new system promotes work oriented towards achieving goals and results in all government sector practices in the State, which is reflected in tasks that the employee performs throughout the year and gives an opportunity for the employee to highlight their achievements and efforts to achieve the main goals.

In this context, HE Mr. Abdulaziz bin Nasser Al Khalifa, CSGDB's President, emphasized that the Ada'a system constitutes an essential step towards the gradation and fragmentation of the strategic objectives at the State's level to sectoral goals level, institutional goals level, then goals at the level of administrative units and departments, and later the individual goals level, thus highlighting the vital role of each employee in achieving the national goals.

Ada'a is a comprehensive evaluation system that allows employees to know their strengths and weaknesses and how to improve and develop them. Through this system, the employee's performance is measured transparently, whereby goals and performance indicators are agreed upon at the beginning of the year between the employee and their direct supervisor and are followed up during the year. The achievement and what has been accomplished will be measured at the end of the year.

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