The Institute of Public Administration, of the Ministry of Administrative Development, Labour, and Social Affairs, and the Administrative Control and Transparency Authority (ACTA) organised two training courses on ‘public service ethics’.
The courses were held at the headquarters of the General Tax Authority and attended by 50 employees from various departments of the General Tax Authority.
The sessions aimed at establishing behavioural and ethical standards, basic rules and principles for public office etiquette, as well as promoting professional values and culture based on honesty and loyalty, and clearly define job duties and prohibited works, by setting proper and responsible career behaviour within a specific framework, and delve into concepts of integrity and transparency and their relationship to performance effective career, within the framework of many national and international references, and international standards in this field, first and foremost the United Nations Convention against Corruption.
The two training sessions come within a framework of extended co-operation and partnership between the ACTA and the Ministry of Administrative Development, Labour and Social Affairs represented by the Institute of Public Administration, to implement a number of training courses for capacity building for public officials on public office ethics and related topics for government agencies. (QNA)
LEAVE A COMMENT Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked*
CIS holds information session
Ooredoo ONE customers to get free Smart Wi-Fi
Qatar to take part in Kuwait national day celebration
Qatar Charity drilled 163 wells in Somalia last year
IBD appoints international ambassador
Hydroponic cultivation records high yield
UN official calls for co-operation among stakeholders to ensure human rights
Uncovering mysteries of Indian Ocean littoral cultures in focus at GU-Q conference
PHCC to host international primary healthcare meet