Tatweer service a big success

Updated 05 April 2016
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Tatweer service a big success

RIYADH: The state-owned company Tatweer Educational Transportation Services, or simply "Tatweer”, has implemented the Cabinet decision regarding the self-operation of the transfer of Saudi students to schools (both girls and boys) free of charge.
The firm began its operations three years ago to provide transportation services to more than 619,000 female students, and now offers free public school transportation service in all regions of the Kingdom to over 1.2 million boys and girls from government schools.
It operates a fleet of more than 25,000 buses equipped with high-tech facilities designed to meet the required Saudi educational transport standards. It also ensures the highest standards of security and safety for all on board, according to a Tatweer official.


Dr. Iman bint Habas Al-Mutairi, new CEO of Saudi National Competitiveness Center

Updated 19 September 2019

Dr. Iman bint Habas Al-Mutairi, new CEO of Saudi National Competitiveness Center

Dr. Iman bint Habas Al-Mutairi is the newly appointed CEO of the National Competitiveness Center (NCC). Her appointment was approved by the Saudi Cabinet on Tuesday.

Al-Mutairi received her Bachelor’s degree in chemistry from King Faisal University, and her Ph.D. in bio-organic chemistry from the University of Bristol, UK. She also holds a postdoctorate in molecular biology and genetics from Harvard School of Public Health. 

She did her postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard School of Public Health between 1998 and 2000. Later that year, she joined PerkinElmer as a microarray scientist in Chicago.

In 2003, Al-Mutairi began her ten-year career with Aramco, first as a preventive medicine adviser and from 2007 as an administrator of general medical relations.

In 2009, she served as chief of quality improvement and risk management at Saudi Aramco Healthcare Services, moving in 2011 to be administrator of the workforce planning and analytics division. In 2012, she was appointed as the manager of the medical support services department. 

Al-Mutairi was the manager of the Johns Hopkins Aramco joint venture integration project between 2013 to 2014. In 2016, she took up the post of senior adviser to the Minister of Commerce and Investment until 2017, when she became assistant minister for the Ministry of Commerce and Investment in 2018.