The CEO of the National Center for Government Resources Systems in Saudi Arabia, Yousef Abdul Rahman Al-Harqan, confirmed in an interview with Al Arabiya that the Etimad platform has achieved a qualitative leap in enabling government agencies to effectively manage their financial resources.
Al-Harqan said that the Etimad platform enabled individuals and employees to Achieving the goals of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030It also strengthened the partnership between the public and private sectors, and the platform provided an electronic market for government procurement, allowing the authorities to implement their procedures electronically, whether by preparing and implementing the state’s general budget, or awarding and concluding contracts for projects and processing payment orders.
He revealed that the volume of competitions offered for purchase on the Etimad platform since its launch in mid-2018 is about half a million competitions as a result of the efforts of the Ministry of Finance and government agencies in digitizing services, which have won several international awards in the field of business, which has enhanced transparency and justice for the private sector, in competition for tenders and entry. It is easy to submit and submit.
He pointed to the importance of the Etimad platform in preparing the budget, contracting and paying government agencies, procurement, tenders, and others, in addition to the platform’s role in reducing time and providing many procedures and reducing errors and procedures that are now calculated in hours and days, instead of weeks and months as was the case in the past, which enabled the private sector. From accelerating the filing of his claims against government agencies, and dealing with them transparently and quickly.
The National Center for Government Resources Systems recently launched, in partnership with the Ministry of Finance, the Business Performance Support Center, which aims to measure and follow up business performance indicators.
The Business Performance Support Center is expected to form a digital infrastructure that contributes to providing accurate data and reports to support decision-making, facilitate government procedures, standardize and control procedures and standards, and empower supervisory and supervisory authorities.