Ex-ministers among Shoura appointees

Updated 15 February 2015

Ex-ministers among Shoura appointees

Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman appointed seven leading Saudis to the Shoura Council on Saturday.
They are Khaled bin Abdullah Al-Sabti, Mohammed bin Ali Al-Hayazie, Walid bin Abdul Karim Al-Kheraiji, Mohammed bin Nasser Al-Sager, Saad bin Mohammad Al-Huraiqi, Nasser bin Abdul Aziz Al-Dawood, and Abbas bin Ahmed Hadi.
Al-Sabti was formerly minister of higher education and also deputy minister of education. Al-Sabti is currently a member and general secretary of King Abdul Aziz and His Companions Foundation for Giftedness and Creativity (Mawheba). He holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from King Saud University, and also holds master's and doctoral degrees on the same subject from the Syracuse University.
Al-Hayazie is the former minister of health, director of Jazan University and undersecretary at King Khaled University for Postgraduate Studies. He holds a bachelor's degree in chemistry from King Saud University and master's and doctoral degrees on the same subject from the University of Boston.
Al-Kheraiji is the former minister of agriculture and director general of the Grain Silos and Flour Mills Organization.
Al-Kheraiji, who has a B.Sc. in civil engineering from the University of Miami, is the former ambassador to the Netherlands.
Hadi is the former deputy minister of housing. He holds a B.Sc. in mechanical engineering from King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM). Hadi has worked at Saudi Aramco’s Yanbu oil refinery. He joined the Ministry of Housing in 1432 as an adviser to the minister of housing.

Saudi Civil Service Ministry links up with 90 other agencies

Updated 13 December 2019

Saudi Civil Service Ministry links up with 90 other agencies

RIYADH: The Ministry of Civil Service, through a strategic partnership with the e-government program “Yesser,” has linked central databases with 90 government agencies representing more than 86 percent of public sector employees.

The database connection was secured after the agencies completed the requirements for sending human resources data through the government integration channel according to the classification of groups specified by the ministry.

The ministry, represented by its Digital Transformation Agency, has provided more than 27 electronic services on its website, serving government agencies and public sector employees.

This includes the “Eltizam” (commitment) service to provide human resources data including personnel data, jobs, salaries, qualifications, leave and performance evaluation.

There is also the “My Career Data” platform, which enables civil servants and human resources specialists to review and correct data, providing access to historical career records and administrative transactions.

King Salman recently issued directives to government agencies to complete electronic connectivity with the Ministry of Civil Service, to provide human resources data within 120 days.


What is Yesser?

It is a program that works as a link among Saudi government agencies in their e-transition journey. Yesser establishes, develops and manages several e-government initiatives and products in Saudi Arabia using the highest technical and security standards.