His Excellency Dr. Raed Mohammed Bin Shams, the Director General of Bahrain Institute for Public Administration “BIPA”, affirmed that the International confidence that the Kingdom of Bahrain has received, represented by the Institute of Public Administration is not limited to the choice of the institute to head the oldest International organization for Public Administration IIAS in 2018, but it’s cadres today are contributors and main engines of Science of Public Administration globally.
He stated that the Institute will continue to strive to strengthen its place as a reference for Administrative Sciences in the region and the world, through its efforts and contributions to enrich the scientific and knowledge movement in the field of administrative issues, and its commitment to follow the best scientific practices and methodologies in implementing its policies and strategies, in a way that raises the level of government and private work and achieves sustainable development in various fields.
His statement came on the occasion of the selection of a number of the institute’s Bahriani National Cadres to present one of the sessions of the International Institute for Administrative Sciences (IIAS) for 2020 which was held at the end of the last month via video conferencing (visual) media.
Dr. Bin Shams said the third value of the Institute of Public Administration, which is summarized as “inspirational leadership beyond aspirations”, is the main engine that drives the institute’s cadres to provide the best competitive performance at all local, regional and international levels, explaining that the institute since its establishment has managed to attract the attention of the international community and its partners the International organizations by adopting a clear approach to enhancing the administrative work system and an international vision to make Bahrain a global center in the field of public administration.
Dr. Bin Shams explained that the Institute’s national cadres have participated with complete effectiveness in the International Institute for Administrative Sciences conference for 2020, whereby each of the following: Mr. Najem Salmeen, Mr. Faisal Al Khayyat and Ms. Dana Al Bu’raki presented a session within the conference program regarding the changes in the rules of public administration and the shifts taking place in the training process these days and the importance of keeping pace with the changes and developments occurring in the world and the future of public administration in particular.
It is worth mentioning that the International Institute for Sciences (IIAS) was established in the year 1930 and its branches and activities cover the continents of Europe, Asia, North America, South America and Australia. It’s membership includes international government agencies Academic institutions, individuals and organizations from civil society, and the Institute’s President holds an advisory seat in the United Nations Economic and Social Council (UN ECOSOC).