Public institutions and bodies

Tabseer
Tabseer Established in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Tabseer is an accredited body providing conformity assessment services for businesses targeting the Middle East and North Africa markets. We deliver product certification services in accordance with the rules of international standard ISO/IEC 17065 as being an Accredited Body for issuing the Gulf Conformity Mark (G Mark), in addition of registering with the GCC Standardization Organization (GSO) for granting the Gulf Conformity Mark (G-Mark). Tabseer receives applications from different manufacturers, importers, exporters and other concerned parties all over the world, seeking to ensure safety and quality of their products in accordance with the technical regulations adopted by the standardization authorities in the GCC and Middle East regions. We are strictly committed to maximum confidentiality and integrity while fulfilling clients’ needs in the GCC and Middle East regions in order to enhance their reach to target markets and realize our own leadership locally and globally through the help of our technical team of experts. more...
alesnad
alesnad Alesnad of military equipment : was founded in 1993 and includes a number of sections and departments of the most important Civil Protection Department and the reference plant for spare parts for equipment and military vehicles as well as commercial and other specialized branches. Work areas and Interests business with attribution many and perhaps the most important and best known supplies of private military and security with equipment of machinery and equipment and materials and clothing protection different training programs as well as maintenance and military laboratories run and the development and modernization of military vehicles, equipment and iddah. And also work on finding solutions and providing support to various beneficiaries and constant pursuit of our ambition for the better, God willing. more...
Badir Program
Badir Program BADIR is a Technology Incubator Program launched by King Abdul Aziz City for Science and Technology (KACST) in 2007. The word ‘Badir’ means ‘to initiate’. Badir is a national program aimed at accelerating the growth of emerging technology based businesses in Saudi Arabia. What we do? BADIR vigorously strives to advance, promote and support technology innovation and entrepreneurship across Saudi Arabia through comprehensive national programs and strategic policy initiatives supporting entrepreneurship in cooperation with governmental entities, private sector, and universities. Where is Badir located? Badir Program for Technology Incubators operates from two distinct locations in Riyadh. The first is located at the Nakheel District, Exit 2 on the intersection of the northern ring road and Prince Turki Bin Abdul Aziz Street. The second site is located at the King Fahad Medical City on Khurais road. Likewise, Badir program has several other incubators located across the Kingdom in Jeddah, Dammam, Kharj, and Onaiza. How do incubators work? Incubators provide a mix of services both at the incubator and through its networks of contacts. These services include various business consultancy services, office/laboratory space provision, secretarial / administrative support, as well as many other services aimed at transforming technology ideas into promising projects. Who can apply? BADIR program is open to all technology entrepreneurs from Saudi Arabia that have an early-stage technology based project or a prototype or even an initial concept for a product that meet the specific conditions and requirements for incubation. more...
ASWARZAN TRADING EST
ASWARZAN TRADING EST ASWARZAN TRADING EST : Registered trading company dealing with commercial services and military equipment and operation of laboratories and factories. Aswarzan Trading Establishment of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Aswarzan was founded in 2002 and specializes in the supply of a wide variety of equipment and materials to the Saudi security forces including Special Forces, the Royal Saudi Air Force, the Land Forces, Civil Defense and the Border Guard. In addition we are suppliers of equipment and materials to commercial companies and are engaged in commercial and private real estate . more...
Qoah corporation
Qoah corporation Qoah corporation is a leading company provides the opportunity and the power of the young creators to develop their ideas and their projects in an integrated work environment more...
Internet Services Unit
Internet Services Unit Work began on the introduction of the internet to Saudi Arabia after the Council of Ministers Resolution No.163 on 24\10\1417\1996 which authorized the king Abdul Aziz City for Science and Technology with the task of the introduction of internet services unit and studied extensively the potential national market of the internet and its potential orientations. After this great and excellent effort the Internet service launched on 26/8/1419-15/12/1998 in the Kingdom seven years after the emergence of the network in the world, and after less than two years of the decision of the Council of Ministers to Saudi universities have been linked to the city in addition to companies and organizations that provide service internet for the users in the Kingdom in accordance with the rules and regulations prepared by the Internet Services Unit in king Abdul Aziz City for Science and Technology. In (1425 - 2004) the internet has been reorganized in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia by issuing a resolution from the Council of Ministers No. 229 in 13/8/1425. STC and Information Technology Commission was assigned to take responsibility of organizational and administrative aspects of the internet in addition to assigning the task of presenting internet service to some private sectors companies under the supervision of the Communications and Information Technology Commission. The resolution allowed the distributing the tasks of the Internet Service Unit on a number of centers so that all can unify their efforts for the sake of providing better services to important sectors such as academic, research and government centers. Vision: Connecting research, academic and government centers and providing internet services to them. Mission: Provide Internet service to Research, Academic and Government departments. Provide value added service related to Internet service: Web Hosting, Secondary Domain Name Hosting, Data Storage, Tarjem, and secure browsing. Infrastructure development to the academic networks in the kingdom. Technical Support to the research, academic, and Government departments. Technical Consultation and Internet awareness activities more...
King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST)
King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST) King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST) is an independent scientific organization administratively reporting to the Prime Minister. KACST is both the Saudi Arabian national science agency and its national laboratories. The science agency function involves science and technology policy making, data collection, funding of external research, and services such as the patent office. KACST has currently over 2500 employees. Based on is charter 31.I.2.1.985, KACST's main responsibilities can be summarized as follows: Main Responsibilities: 1. Propose a national policy for the development of science and technology and develop strategies and plans necessary to implement them. 2. Coordinate with government agencies, scientific institutions and research centers in the Kingdom to enhance research and exchange information and expertise. 3. Conduct applied research and provide advice to the government on science and technology matters. 4. Support scientific research and technology development. 5. Foster national innovation and technology transfer between research institutes and the industry. 6. Foster international cooperation in science and technology. Strategic Objectives • A sustained planning mechanism for all scientific disciplines. • Scientifically knowledgeable and capable government agencies. • A developed R&D infrastructure with fully functioning centers of excellence in all scientific disciplines. • Strong interaction between the private sector and research centers. • Regional leaders in patent ownership and issuance. Advanced incubator systems and output. • World leaders in strategic technologies including water and oil and gas. • Enhanced interaction networks between all scientific agencies. Vision: To be a world-class science and technology organization that fosters innovation and promotes knowledge-based society in the Kingdom. KACST Mission: To develop and invest in the national science, technology, and innovation eco-system to promote knowledge-based society that serves the Kingdom’s sustainable development, through: • Formulating national policies and plans for science, technology, and innovation • Coordinating science, technology, and innovation activities nationally • Conducting applied research and technology development • Providing support to scientific research and technology development in the kingdom • Investing in technology development and commercialization • Establishing and fostering local, regional, and international cooperation and partnerships for technology transfer, localization, and development • Promoting, fostering, and investing in intellectual property • Providing consultation and innovative solutions Values: • Integrity • Loyalty • Value and respect employees • Serve society • Excellence • Team work • Transparency. more...
Jeddah information center
Jeddah information center Information presents a vital and important factor in decision-making. The efficiency and competence of all entities are limited to the extent of providing reliable and updated information, which the administration of business depends on when drawing up its policy and business. The J.C.C.I has become the leader in this field. Its main concern is to provide the members with all the information required. Therefore, it has founded and Information Center supported by a main frame computer in order to improve a more scientific manner and plan equipped with performance programs of the most advanced systems in order to participate through its activities and performance for the continuos needs of business as well as provide accurate information continuously. In the meantime, the chamber –plays a graet role in presenting all infromation that concerns businessmen, investors, and researchers. It has taken into concern the collection of basic information provided to member businessmen in accordance with closely examined plans and modern scientific manners. Such a role has been achieved through the folloing techniques. e-SERVICES DEPARTMENT :: Jeddah information center is today experiencing its 15th year in the information field in which it contributed in motivation the rapid economy of the private sector by exerting its experiences, human capabilities and mechanical efforts designed to obtain and provide the business community with accurate information from basic and primary sources, through: Local Data Base (governmental & private sector) Data Base of business & Industrial Opportunities) Data Base of Local & International Organizations & Institutes. Data Base of Local & International Trade Directories. Data Base of Foreign Trade. With the development of modern sophisticated telecommunication equipment’s, the Information Center has improves tremendously its services to the private sector via a “Trade Information Network System” whereby, it provides the possibility of having an on line service of trade, industrial and social information on the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and various other countries around the world. By using the Computer Network, the businessmen can have access to the information he needs right from his office. CREDIT INFORMATION NETWORK :: It is also a new service, which center provides the private sector. Thus, making credit-purchasing procedures easier and contributing towards the development of economic movement. With firm conviction of the fact that availability of correct information plays a pivotal and vital role in decision-making, the center has modernized and updated it systems and information, which it hope, will be of effective to service to the business community. The chamber, in the performance of its works, depends on advanced programs and develops such programs to provide wider services for businessmen. It applies computer systems and administrative data. In fact, it was the first user of computer systems in the Kingdom dating some 10 years ago. Programs have been prepared to serve about 27 internal and external departments using the international databases. In addition to the above, The Computer Center is also engage in the exchange of information between branches and committees of the various ministries of Jeddah, and other concern bodies, thus making ‘decision making’ easier and speeding up the processing of citizens petitions more...
Knowledge Economic City
Knowledge Economic City Knowledge Economic City (KEC) is aimed to serve Saudi Arabia’s economic diversification strategy and reviving Madinah’s role as a center for the Islamic knowledge and a global knowledge and culture center. Moreover, to elevate the quality of life and economic prosperity of Madina’s unique assets to create more jobs, improved visiting experiences, more businesses, and lifestyle opportunities. The “Opportunities Gateway” to Madinah KEC is a 4.8 million sqm zone located only 5 km from the holy mosque on the main axis connecting the airport, train station with the holy mosque providing numerous investment and development opportunities across all the sectors through commercial, residential, educational, and hospitality projects that will enable KEC to be a knowledge industries hub and enabler . Accessibility and Uniqueness of Location KEC enjoys a unique location on the eastern side of Madinah, and is within the holy zone. The site is split in the middle by King Abdulaziz road, a main 100m wide axis that links it directly to the underground parking and bus loading facilities of the holy mosque. KEC is also well connected to all the major highway and arterial road networks in Madinah such as the 2nd and 3rd ring-roads, the new airport road and Al-Jameaat road. The site is only 5km away from the holy mosque, 8km from the International Airport, while the Haramain high-speed railway station is conveniently located on the eastern side of KEC. In addition, the government is planning for a public transport solution that will connect the train station, KEC and the holy mosque- to become the most efficient access for visitors and residents alike. more...
Council of Competition
Council of Competition Consistent with the economic policy which is based on the principles of competition which is adopted by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia due to considerable developments are taking place in the economic arena. To strengthen the climate of competition in the business sector, a Royal Decree No. M/25 has been issued on 4/5/1425H approving the Competition Law. For implementing this Law a Royal Order No A/292, dated 6/9/1426H was issued regarding the formation of the Council of Competition Protection. The Council of Competition Protection is an independent council which is in charge of supervising the implementation of the Competition Law that aims specifically at protecting and encouraging fair competition and combat monopolistic practices that affect Lawful competition. In order to achieve these goals, the Council performs a number of functions and duties such as approving the merger and acquisition of firms that resulting in a dominant position in the market, Ordering investigation, collecting evidences pertaining to complaints practices in violation of provisions of the Competition Law, and ordering prosecution. The Council of Competition Protection will maintain the competitive environment for the business sector with justice and transparency in the local markets, which would enable businesses to compete freely as well as enable the consumers to benefit from the fair competition. As per the wish to increase awareness of the importance of competition and spreading the competition culture, the Council will communicate with the Business Sector practicing in the Saudi Market. The Council will explain the rights and commitments of the Business Sector in accordance with the Competition Law by means of preparing and holding introductory workshops and seminars. more...
Council of Saudi Chambers
Council of Saudi Chambers The Council for Saudi Chambers of Commerce and Industry is the official federation for the 28 Saudi Chambers. The Council was formed as per the Royal Decree # R/6 dated 30/04/1400 Hijri (March 1980) with its head office in Riyadh. Its main objective is to observe the common interests of the Saudi Chambers, represent them on local and international levels and assist in the enhancement of the private sector's role in the development of the national economy. When the Council formed its executive arm, the General Secretariat of the Council, it started its actual tasks as of 1401 H (1981). Since then, the Council took good strides towards the realization of the objectives assigned to it. The key role of the Council is to serve the common interests of the Saudi Chambers, support the development of the private sector and enhance its role in the national development. The Council managed, through the support of the Chambers and relevant government authorities, to realize a large portion of its objectives in different fields. Administrative Organization of the Council: Board of Directors: The Board of Directors is composed of the heads of member Chambers and elected members from the board of directors of each Chamber. This makes the total number of members to 56 with a tenure of three years. In its first meeting the board elects its Chairman and two Deputies. The same Chairman shall not be elected for two successive terms. The Council's Executive Committee: It consists of the chairman, his two deputies and six members of the chambers' chairmen to be selected in the alphabetical order of the chambers. The Committee's membership duration period is only one year for the six members, but as for the chairman and his deputies, it lasts throughout the council's session of three years. This Committee looks into issues of utmost importance and urgency, and prepares for the Board of Directors' meetings. The main task of this Committee is to decide on the financial and administrative matters and to propose, prepare and study important issues before submitting them to the Council, in addition to following-up on the implementation of resolutions and recommendations issued in the Council's meetings. The General Secretariat: The General Secretariat of the Council is the executive arm that carries out the tasks and realizes the objectives of the Council. The General Secretariat is also the base of the institutional activities of the Council and is headed by the Secretary General. Vision And Objectives :: Vision: To have a notable role in the development of the national economy through the cooperation and coordination with the Chambers of Commerce and Industry, the business sector and all relevant entities in accordance with the general directions of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Mission: The Council cooperates closely with the Saudi Chambers of Commerce and Industry and assists in the protection, preservation and development of the business sector in the Saudi Arabia. It acts as a leading partner in the nation’s development process, and helps preserve its human and financial resources as per the Islamic values. Strategic Objectives: 1. Support the national development programs. 2. Participate with the executive government authorities in preparing regulations and policies related to the business sector. 3. Enhance the business sector participation in the economic and social development. 4. Follow-up and monitor all internal and external economic changes. 5. Develop and promote exports specifically, in addition to external trade in general. 6. Participate in improving the investment climate. 7. Develop the small and medium size enterprise sector. 8. Participate in the Saudization of labor force in the business sector. 9. Develop the external economic relations and enhance commercial partnership with friendly countries. 10. Enhance the relations between the Council and the Chambers in addition to the relation between the Chambers themselves. 11. Represent the Saudi business sector in the international arena. 12.Activating the exercise of social responsibility of Saudi Chambers and all business sectors in the Kingdom. 13.Contribute to the development of existing industries in Saudi Arabia and to facilitate the setting up of industries which support it 14.Work to improve the image of entrepreneurs in society and the media constantly. more...
Majlis Ash-Shura
Majlis Ash-Shura Shura (consultation) in Saudi Arabia has passed through several stages since the arrival of the late King Abdul-Aziz into Mecca in 1924. He called for the application of Shura at that early date. King Abdul-Aziz made Shura a foundation of his government in order to fulfill the divine order by applying Shariah (Islamic Jurisprudence) and Shura as parts of it. He intended to establish an Islamic Shura state applying Shariah as it is prescribed in the Qur'an and authentic Sunnah (deeds and teachings of Prophet Mohammad, peace be upon him). The National Council in 1924 The first elected council was founded in 1924 under the title of (The Consultative National Council) under the chairmanship of Sheik Abdul Gadir Al-Shebi. The council consisted of twelve members. At that time, when the state structure was not completed, the council was entrusted with drafting the basic laws for the administration of the country. At that early stage, there was no law to specify the functions of the council. However, that council continued for six months. The Consultative National Council in the year 1925 To expand the circle of participation, the previous council has been dissolved and a Sultanic decree has been issued to form a new elected council representing all 12 districts of Mecca. Two religious scholars and one member representing commerce were to be among the twelve elected members. The council included three additional members nominated by the Sultan from the distinguished citizens of Mecca. One can notice the combination of election and nomination in the formation of the membership of that council. The council was presided by Sheik Mohammed Al-Marzooqi, with Skeik Abdul Gadir Al-Shebi as vice president, and included fifteen members. Mohammed Suroor Al-Sabban was the secretary of the council. This council had more organization than its predecessor; it had a vice president and a secretary. The instructions to form the council came in six articles. These instructions specified the qualifications for membership, the closing date for voting, and eligible voters. The jurisdictions of the council were formulated in seven articles that included regulating all affairs in courts, municipalities, endowments, education, security, and commerce in addition to forming permanent committees to solve the problems related to the social traditions that did not contradict Shariah. The National Council in 1924 Among the stages that the country went through in the process of unification, and as part of the effort to build a state of establishments that can steer the society into more progress, King Abdul-Aziz issued his approval to enact a new Basic Law of Governance in 1926. Among the new laws was a special section for councils, including Majlis Ash-Shura for which items 28, 29, 30, 31, 36 and 37 were addressed. These items deal with the council location, council title (renamed Majlis Ash-Shura instead of its previous title, National Council), the formation of its membership (which included 12 members), determining the convening of its sessions and those who have the right to attend them, and limiting membership terms to one year. Such items were not included in the formation instructions of the previous National Council. Majlis Ash-Shura was launched on 6/7/1927. Majlis Ash-Shura in 1927 Two days after the dissolotion of the previous council, a royal decree was issued to amend the fourth section of the Basic Law of Governance which deals with Majlis Ash-Shura. The new amendment allowed the council to work according to a new revised system. The council for this year consisted of 8 members who serve two-year terms. According to the new law, the council is to consist of four members elected by the government after consultation with eminent experts, and four members appointed by the government two of whom had to be residents of Najd region. The new council law was issued in 15 articles reflecting the council's previous experience. This new law represents the first law drafted for Majlis Ash-Shura. The law stipulates that membership is to consist of eight full-time members presided by the deputy of the King, His Royal Highness Prince Faisal Bin Abdul-Aziz. The council had to convene twice a week, and it could convene more than that upon the request of its president when necessary. The year 1927 is considered the actual founding date of Majlis Ash-Shura during the reign of King Abdul Aziz who inaugurated the council's first session on Sunday 17/7/1927. Majlis Ash-Shura in 1928 Due to the large number of tasks entrusted to the council, the public interest necessitated some amendments on its law, so a new amended law was issued. The new law consisted of 14 articles. The amendments were the following: The number of the council members was increased to 12 instead of 8; the second article indicated that a permanent vice president for the council is to be appointed by the King while a second vice president is to be elected by the council; and the eighth article specified that the council sessions should be held every day instead of twice a week. In the same year, the council issued an appendix of seven articles for its law. The new appendix was intended to facilitate the council's works. This appendix was developed and issued as internal by-laws for Majlis Ash-Shura. It came in 24 articles. The council continued working under the above mentioned law without any amendments, and went on exercising wide jurisdictions until the founding of the Council of Ministers in 1953 when many of the jurisdictions of Majlis Ash-Shura were distributed between the Council of Ministers and other apparatuses of government which were developed according to their regulations. However, Majlis Ash-Shura continued to hold sessions and to look into issues referred to it albeit at a reduced level of power. From the reign of the late King Abdul-Aziz to the reign of the late King Khalid, the old council held a total of 6222 sessions and issued 9349 decisions in 51 council terms. The Modern Majlis Ash-Shura After the Kingdom achieved enormous progress in development, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, the late King Fahd bin Abdul-Aziz, issued decrees to modernize all major laws in the country. In his historical speech, which he delivered in 27/8/1421 H, he introduced three major laws: the Basic Law of Governance, the Provincial Councils' Law, and the Majlis Ash-Shura Law. The modernization of Majlis Ash-Shura was considered to be and update to what had already existed by enhancing the council's frameworks, methods, and means and injecting efficiency, organization, and vitality into them. This was done to ensure that the council could cope with the rapid developments the country has seen in recent years in all fields, and to keep pace with the demands and requirements of modern times. This started a new page in the long history of Shura in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The late King Fahd fortified the foundations of Shura in the kingdom by issuing the new Majlis Ash-Shura Law in 27/8/1421 H. (to replace the old law which was issued in 1347 H.) and by approving the bylaws of the council and their supplements in 3/3/1414 H. He launched the first term of the council with a speaker and 60 members. In the second term, the council consisted of a speaker and 90 members. In the third term, the council included a speaker and 120 members. In the fourth term, the council consisted of a speaker and 150 members, representing people of knowledge, experience, and competence. In 1/8/2005, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdul-Aziz come into power. Since he was the Crown Prince, King Abdullah has been giving the council his utmost attention by supporting its march and strengthening its goals since. As a Crown Price, He delivered a number of royal speeches on behalf of the King to start the agenda of some years in the third and the fourth terms. He also showed his support of the council through amending some articles of the council's law to cope with the growing positive changes in the Kingdom in order to achieve welfare for the country and the citizens. The elite group of members from which this modern council is formed has proven its worthiness in the past four terms through great achievements and important decisions that have been made in a short period of time. In its new form, the council has held 1141 sessions and issued 1361 leading to the first year of its fifth term. more...
Supreme Economic Council
Supreme Economic Council Given the high priority of economic issues on the international agenda and their direct effects on the development and stability of nations, determining economic policies and managing economic affairs are among the most important duties and responsibilities of government authorities. Rapidly changing economic developments at the local and international levels require, more than at any previous time, that governments focus on creating an effective, productive national economy that can meet their particular needs. In view of the large number of government agencies and institutions concerned with economic affairs and the wide range of their responsibilities, it is essential to develop an organizational structure and management system that encompasses all these entities, based on sound research and analysis, to ensure coordination among the various agencies and integration of their activities, and to facilitate effective decision –making with respect to economic issues. Saudi Arabia’ economic policy is based on the principles of comprehensive social welfare and a free- market economy open to all goods, services, products, and capital, in order to achieve the following objectives: Ensuring the security, welfare, and prosperity of the society while preserving Islamic values, the environment, and the country’s natural resources, taking into consideration both present and future needs. Steady economic growth at an appropriate level to achieve a real increase in per capita income. Price stability. Providing opportunities for productive work and optimal employment of the work force. Controlling the public debt and keeping it within acceptable limits. Ensuring a fair distribution of income and opportunities for employment and investment. Expanding the economic basic and increasing the sources of government revenues. Increasing savings and developing additional savings and sound investments opportunities. Increasing government revenues and linking them to the country’s economic growth, thus allowing the government to carry out its responsibilities with respect to national development and comprehensive social welfare. Increasing capital investment and domestic savings in the national economy in an effective manner, supporting the government’s privatization program, and developing The Offset Program. Increasing the participation of the private sector in developing the national economy through the government’s privatization program. Strengthen the economy’s ability to react effectively and flexibly to changes in the international economic environment. more...
The Supreme Judicial Council
The Supreme Judicial Council King Abdulaziz form the first administration of the judiciary in Mecca in 1343 AH and linked to him. - Amended its name after a year to the Presidency of the judiciary in the year 1344 H was temporarily set up in Mecca and this represents the first nucleus to regulate the judiciary, where he founded the King Abdul Aziz - may God have mercy on him - On 24/7/1344 AH formation of the Department of the Chief Justice in Makkah to oversee the judiciary and judges and issued their provisions. - In 1346 his royal decree forming the courts to establish judicial oversight body which became its name with the checks issued after the legitimate body. - And within the judiciary and organized incorporation period during the reign of the founder, King Abdul Aziz God's mercy - took over the presidency of the judiciary in the western region and South Eminence Sheikh Abdullah bin Hassan Al-Sheikh - God's mercy - and assumed the presidency of the judiciary in the central, eastern and northern region Shaykh Muhammad ibn Ibrahim Al-Sheikh Mufti of Saudi Arabia at the time - God's mercy -. - In 1379, after the death of His Eminence Sheikh Abdullah bin Hassan Al-Sheikh - may Allah have mercy on him - the chief judge in the western and southern region issued by King Saud bin Abdul Aziz - may God have mercy on him - his unification of my presidency judges under the chairmanship of one taken up by the Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia and Chairman of judges Eminence Sheikh Mohammed bin Ibrahim bin Abdullatif Al-Sheikh - God's mercy. - With the breadth aspect of life in the Kingdom of the numerous court cases and increased sentences including the level of which appeared with an urgent need to allocate an independent court is doing distinguish sentences and review and consideration was promulgated by King Saud bin Abdulaziz guide - God's mercy - the establishment of the Court of Cassation in Riyadh 1381 and the opening of a branch in Mecca. As the need for a higher judicial body appeared after the death of Chief Justice Diar sign Muftiha Eminence Sheikh Mohammed bin Ibrahim bin Abdullatif Al-Sheikh - may Allah have mercy on him - in 1389 specializes assume judges affairs of the judicial side oversees sentences years supervision, and to study what you need courts of principles and judicial matters problem; so was ordered King Faisal bin Abdul Aziz - may God have mercy on him - in 1390 to form a "supreme judicial body" to replace the mission replace "the presidency judges" and embarked on its mission to the body for five years until the formation of the Supreme Judicial Council. more...
Presidency Of Meteorology And Environment
Presidency Of Meteorology And Environment Saudi Arabia has made a quantum leap in the field of meteorology and environmental protection and conservation of resources is not surprising that were the subject of the environment and protection within the statute of the rule adopted in accordance with Article 32 of the Statute, which provides for the State's obligation to preserve and protect the environment - which is a culmination of great importance When he took the government to serve the environmental work and preserve our natural resources. It was to support only a limited of good government to hand responsible for the environment in the Kingdom (Presidency of Meteorology and Environment (PME)) is clear and tangible impact in recognition of the importance of the environment and conservation, under development and attention to domestic and international environmental elements and their effects on the ambitious development plans and interactions between development and conservation of the environment and the pollution and degradation as a result of the growth and expansion of rapid economic, Saudi Arabia has the establishment of the Directorate General of Meteorology 1370 e - 1950, to be subsequently restructured in 1981 AD - 1401 to become the Department of Meteorology and Environmental Protection and entrusted with the role of the agency responsible for the environment in the UK at the national level as well as its role in the field of meteorology. With the acceleration remarkable environmental action and meteorological locally and globally, and the desire of the kingdom to give the larger dimension was made in 1422, 2001 conversion named the Department of Meteorology and Environmental Protection to the Presidency of Meteorology and Environment (PME) to coincide with the appointment of His Royal Highness Prince Turki bin Nasser bin Abdul Aziz, president of years of Meteorology and environment to witness the environmental work and meteorological transferred premium quality and continuous presence and future plans is serious and this is reflected clearly in the issuance of public order of the environment in the Kingdom and its implementing regulations serious step towards environmental work going according to standards and systems are clear. Perhaps one of the most important tasks carried out by the presidency is working to make the best use of the natural resources of the Kingdom and the rational use of the terms of the provision of the actual requirements for the protection of the present generation and subsequent damaging environmental pollution through ways to develop environmental management and to achieve balanced development and to identify the basic elements of natural resources and the environment in all areas Kingdom according to their characteristics and the renewal of the means and procedures that ensure preservation of these properties and to prevent degradation and improve as much as possible within the framework of effective coordination with the relevant authorities in all environmental issues for the development of strategies and plans and work on issuing regulations and legislation to ensure the conservation of natural resources and protection from degradation Bladafah to monitor and study, analyze and evaluate environmental impacts of all activities affecting the environment and propose solutions to the achievement of sound uses and determine the guidelines for the process of protection and control, cleaning and rehabilitation studies for those affected citizen pollution and document that information is easy reference, taking into account the preparation of integrated systems to evaluate the effects of the environment for all development projects to pursue and implement procedures environmental assessment and monitoring of environmental and climatic variables through environmental inspection and in accordance with the general system of environment, which is one of the achievements of the Rising in Saudi environmental Action issued a royal decree cream. As the presidential role for the actress Memklh follow up developments in the field of environmental protection activities, and forecasters at the regional and international levels. And the General Presidency of Meteorology and Environment Protection prominent role in spreading environmental awareness among all members of Saudi society, and reverse a national perspective to deal with the environment and issues a global perspective in the foundation of the teachings of the Islamic religion and the fact that human Mstkhalaf in this land of architecture and take advantage of them and not harm them and Bmqomadtha, and show the concerns of the Government of the Kingdom Saudi Arabia to preserve the environment and its components represented in the activities of the presidency and participation in local and international exhibitions and conferences with a view to highlighting the characteristics of the environment, Saudi Arabia and the Islamic civilization. Presidential Message :: Protect the environment from pollution of all that surrounds the human beings of water, air, land and outdoor space and the content of these circles of inanimate and plant and animal and various forms of energy systems and natural processes and human activities, maintain and prevent degradation and reduce it. And monitoring of weather phenomena to the safety of lives and protect property. more...
General Presidency OF Two Holy Mosques
General Presidency OF Two Holy Mosques General Presidency for the affairs of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet's Mosque government agency is directly linked to the Prime Minister and Chairman of the machine heads the rank of minister and now hold the position of His Excellency Sheikh Dr. Abdul Rahman bin Abdul Aziz Al-Sudais. It is the headquarters of the General Presidency for the Affairs of the Grand Mosque in Mecca, near the Grand Mosque and keep track of the presidency and the agency Related to oversee the holy mosque, based in Medina. Date back to its inception in 1384 under the name of his: General Presidency of religious supervision of the Holy Mosque To the task of overseeing the education and counseling, teaching and guidance, and the Imamate and rhetoric at the Sacred Mosque, and its first president Eminence Sheikh Abdullah Bin Mohammed Bin Humaid - God bless his soul -. In 1397 it issued Royal Decree No. (A / 265) in (06/11/1397 e) the establishment of the General Presidency for the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques, headed by Sheikh Nasser bin Hamad Al-Rashed - God bless his soul - then headed by His Eminence Sheikh Sulaiman bin Obaid, then Eminence Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdullah way, then HE Dr. Sheikh Saleh bin Hameed, head of the Shura Council, and HE Sheikh Saleh bin Abdulrahman hippocampus, and now headed by HE Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais and the jurisprudence of God and in 1398 released the Higher Committee for Administrative Reform resolution No. (79) in (30/01/1398 AH ) to approve the terms of reference and functions of the presidency. In 1407 it issued Royal Decree No. (7 / B / 855) in (06/07/1407 e) changing the name of the General Presidency for the Two Holy Mosques to the General Presidency of the Affairs of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet's Mosque. In 1414 it issued Royal Decree No. (7 / B / 1098) in (15/07/1414 e) to include covering of the Kaaba factory to the presidency. The exercise presidential functions and terms of reference for the Two Holy Mosques, including: 1. religious, administrative and technical supervision and service in each of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet's Mosque. 2. responsibility to do the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice, the Two Holy Mosques. 3. supervision of the Two Holy Mosques libraries. 4. do responsibly watering Zamzam and hygiene, brushes and maintenance Two Holy Mosques. 5. planning, management and implementation of construction projects of the Two Holy Mosques. 6. involvement in the presidency of Hajj Supreme Committee and the Committee of the Central Hajj and a number of committees. more...
Council Of Cooperative Health Insurance
Council Of Cooperative Health Insurance Qualifying department qualifies insurance companies to participate in the cooperative health insurance business, and qualifies third party administrative companies to handle cooperative health insurance claims. Moreover, oversee the performance of companies and supervise them to do their responsibilities stated by the Cooperative Health Insurance Law and its Implementing regulation and its standardize policy. Tasks and responsibilities :: First, overseeing the implementation of the system: Control over the comprehensive health insurance coverage. Rehabilitation of insurance companies to transact insurance business health. The adoption of health service providers. Osaddad Financial Regulation for the revenues and expenditures of the Council. To resolve differences for the settlement of claims payments between service providers and insurance companies. The development of standards of medical service necessary for the health insurance companies to respond quickly to service providers bear the costs of treatment. To grant exceptions to the health insurance companies to contract with non-Saudi physicians for the purpose of monitoring the compliance requirements of service providers within the treatment cost-effectiveness. Examine complaints that arise between the parties to the relationship of insurance and forwarded to the Commission violations of the system. Collect the value of financial sanctions for breaching the provisions of the health insurance system. Determine the technical provisions recognized in coordination with other regulators and insurance companies are obliged to them. Supervision of the Cooperative Health Insurance Fund based on converting part of the surplus of insurance, calculated in the light of the results of the insurance company. Review insurance premiums and permit approval for insurance companies on premium if different than the value of the premium made by the company in the Action Plan. Clarification and interpretation of the Regulations. Dissemination of public information about the activities of insurance companies are eligible. Publication of the tables and statistical data on health insurance in the UK each year. Second, supervision and control of insurance companies: Disqualification of the health insurance business in the following cases: ◦ disturb the qualification requirements of the insurance company. ◦ Do not use during rehabilitation (12) months. ◦ give the insurance company expressly for rehabilitation. ◦ the company had stopped the practice of the Company for (6) months. Protect the interests of the beneficiaries as it may deem necessary, such as the Secretariat to amend the plan of work of any health insurance company. To obtain from the other supervisory information, data, and that work on issues such as health insurance application forms used by the health insurance company in correspondence with the parties to the relationship of insurance. Review and audit of all health insurance companies under the jurisdiction of the Council and the demand from other regulatory bodies to do so. A reservation on any of the executives in any of the health insurance companies. Take action after reviewing the bringing of any malfunction of the other oversight responsibility for ensuring the solvency of the company and its capital adequacy and safety of its assets and its allocation and the technical ability to fulfill its commitment to the beneficiaries. To maintain the confidentiality of the information on the insurance companies are not used only for official purposes specified in the regulations. Third, supervision and control of service providers: Determine the fees for the adoption of health service providers. Determine the fees for exempt entities that have medical facilities of the insurance coverage or part of it. Proposal to pilot a service contract between service providers and insurance companies. Identify requirements that should be available at the health facility, to maintain quality of health services provided in cooperation with the government health institutions with the capacity. Control standards provide the requirements of quality and commitment of the service provider contract (by Secretariat), a special consultant with the Office to assess the extent of its commitment to quality requirements. Assessment of health and service contracts between insurance companies and providers of services and monitor the compliance of the contracts to maintain quality controls. Revoke the accreditation of service providers in the following cases: ◦ withdrawn the license of the facility by the Ministry of Health. ◦ lack of commitment to the service provider contracted by the Office of the Secretariat, with a specialist to assess and measure the extent of his commitment to the requirements of quality more...
Human Resources Development Fund
Human Resources Development Fund The establishment of the Human Resources Development Fund under the Council of Ministers Decision No. (107) dated 29/04/1421 H Royal Decree No. Decree (M / 18) dated 05/05/1421 H personality independent legal administratively and financially, as a result of a clear vision of the goal of a Saudi strategic constitutes access it is an unprecedented challenge, the localization of jobs in the private sector, came created as one of the actors mechanisms to contribute to the provision of cadres Arabia qualified science and well-trained from the National Youth of both sexes even be in the level of acceptance of this challenge and achieve access to the strategic goal will be back on home benefits social, and security, economic, and so enable Saudi youth from acquiring the necessary knowledge and skills for jobs in the private sector, resulting in a positive impact on the national economy. The fund aims to support the rehabilitation of the national workforce and employment in the private sector and in order to achieve its objectives to do the following efforts: Provide subsidies for the rehabilitation of national manpower and training and employment in the private sector. Participation in the rehabilitation of national manpower and training costs on private sector jobs and the Board of Directors determines the proportion of this review and the remainder paid by the employer beneficiary of the rehabilitation of the trainee. Bearing portion of salary from being employed in the private sector facilities after rehabilitation and training, as well as from being employed in these facilities in coordination with the Fund pays the employer the remainder of the salary, and the carrying Fund for this ratio for a period not exceeding two years and the Board of Directors sets required for disbursement conditions. Support the financing of field programs and projects, plans and studies aimed to employ Saudis and expats Ahlalhm shop. Provide loans for the rehabilitation and training facilities for the national workforce, which establishes the UK and existing facilities in order to expand their activities or to the introduction of modern methods. Research and studies related to its activities in the field of rehabilitation, training and employment of the national workforce, as well as providing technical and administrative advice to rehabilitation facilities national manpower and training. more...
Real Estate Development Fund
Real Estate Development Fund Established Real Estate Development Fund under the Royal Decree No. ((M / 23)) and the date 06/11/1394 H corresponding to 01/07/1974 AD and began its operations in 1395 after a year of its establishment and the aim of its creation to contribute to the establishment of modern housing and residential complexes in different throughout the UK 0 UNFPA headquarters in the city of Riyadh and was associated with 29 branches and offices in various parts of the Kingdom and services include more than (4279) and City district and the city center 0 Fund with a capital of started (250) million, and then several times doubled to become the capital of the Fund until the end of the fiscal year 1432/1433 AH to about 183 billion riyals Fund and become one of the largest real estate finance institutions in the world, and the desire of our government in the Fund to achieve the bulk of the aspirations of the citizens in the provision of appropriate and comfortable accommodation. Fund tasks: The Fund performs the following tasks: 1 / offer loans for the construction of private housing: Fund gives private loans and long-term interest-free for Saudi nationals, in order to help them to build housing units that will be paid over 25 years. 2 / loans for investment: UNFPA has provided in the past periods of loans for investment and without benefits for Saudis investors in order to encourage them to set up investment complexes contain multiple housing units: offices, exhibitions, covering these loans (50%) of the construction costs to a maximum of ten million riyals. Housing projects: The Council of Ministers Resolution No. (130) dated 07/28/1409 H (06/03/1989), who was entrusted to fund the distribution of units of housing projects carried out by the Ministry of Public Works and Housing (previously) so distributed to wanting to get citizens instead of cash loans. These projects are hosted by Riyadh - Dammam - Al Khobar - Al-Ahsa - Qatif - Jeddah - Makkah - Madinah - Buraidah, the Fund may distribute housing units Muslim him after receipt of all the necessary services and is being supervised. The scope of services of the Fund: What Fund distinguishes it from other similar institutions inclusive activity and coverage to all regions of the Kingdom, no loans are limited to the area without the other, but that all cities and provinces and the centers had the greater share of the Fund's loans, Watching typical neighborhoods became a familiar visitor to any area of our regions boys have, this totalitarian fruit directives precious Judge observe the needs of citizens, wherever they are until the number of towns, villages and hamlets arrived recipient of Fund Services (4279) and the city of villages and hamlets, and this figure is enough to indicate the significant role played by the Fund in the field of real estate development in the Kingdom. more...
Agricultural Development Fund
Agricultural Development Fund Saudi Arabian Agricultural Bank was established by Royal Decree No. (58) and the date of 12/03/1382 AH to be a credit institution governmental organizations specializing in various areas of agricultural activity financing in all regions of the Kingdom, to assist in developing the agricultural sector and increase production efficiency using the best of modern scientific and technical methods, and so by providing interest-free soft loans to farmers to secure the necessary activity such as machinery, pumps, agricultural machinery and equipment cattle, poultry, sheep and equipment bees, fish breeding and other breeding. On 29 Muharram 1430 and approved by the Council of Ministers, after consideration of the Shura Council resolution No. (106/71) dated 02/04/1429 H on agricultural development fund system attached to the resolution. Among the most prominent features of the system: replace this system replaces (the Saudi Arabian Agricultural Bank system), and the fund's capital of 20 billion riyals, and be eligible for a capital increase by a decision of the Council of Ministers, taking into account water conservation and rationalization of agricultural uses and preservation of the environment, the Fund aims to support agricultural development and sustainability through the provision of soft loans and credit facilities necessary. Fund Message: The contribution of the Agricultural Development Fund through the provision of credit facilities soft to the forces of agricultural work in order to strengthen and increase the welfare of the community and the urgent need for the development of rural areas for social and economic reasons to find a high-performance sustainable agricultural environment, supporting the march of national economic development, Humor into account the work on the development of cadres and optimum utilization of resources water, climate and biodiversity, and feature combination crop areas, and promote the use and resettlement of the best possible technologies, with a high attention to the safety of the environment and human health. Vision Fund :: "Contribute to the construction of an integrated agricultural sector from production to marketing, works through a high-performance supply chain, with the provision of modern information and techniques for all actors or the relevant sector in order to provide safe food products at remunerative prices for the product and is suitable for the consumer." more...
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