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Post by Ssmith Mon Dec 17, 2018 9:18 am


MilitiaMan » December 16th, 2018

This article ( see below) is telling us they approved what has been on the World Banks agenda for years among others. This is also what citizens, investors and Stakeholders want to see and use while doing business in the new Iraq.

The timing of what they are telling us should make everyone feel good about what is actually being accomplished.

When the Turkmenistan model says Complex!! Pay attention.. This was not just a flip the frkn switch operation.. lol imo

While the political side has many stumped and upset, this type of information reassures me progress is and has been under why they whole time and importantly so.. In my personal opinion, we await the names only on the Cab, they have that done and have said so in so many articles of late, it is kinda funny now how in one way they say done, then not say it is.

So lets be humored by Tuesday or Thursday... imo lol ~ MM

The Council of Ministers issues a resolution supporting the national efforts of e-government

16th December, 2018

The cabinet approved on Sunday a set of recommendations to support the national efforts of e-government, including accelerating the legislative procedures required by the Coordination Committee and the management of government activity towards the establishment of e-government and referring them to the State Council for scrutiny in accordance with the fundamentalist contexts followed.

The approval included governmental institutions working within the vision of the eGovernment Committee in accordance with the laws, regulations and instructions in force without intersections, and supporting the formation of information technology in government institutions with owners capable of keeping abreast of the rapid development in this field, as well as facilitating the contracting procedures to contribute to attracting leading international companies In the field of information technology.

The approval indicates the implementation of the Cabinet Decision No. 393 of 2018 concerning the governmental network, the completion of the requirements of the electronic signature from the Ministry of Communications, the establishment of a regular communication format between the technical committee and the IT departments and the establishment of timelines for eGovernment activities, Are regularly submitted to the relevant authorities. LINK

The e-government handbook for developing countries : The e-government handbook for developing countries: a project of InfoDev and the Center for Democracy and Technology (English)


This Handbook attempts to catalog and present key resources on e-government in a format readily useful for policymakers in the developing world. Among the many promises of the digital revolution is its potential to strengthen democracy and make governments more responsive to the needs of their citizens. E-government is the use of information and communications technologies (ICT) to transform government by making it more accessible, effective and accountable.

E-government includes: providing greater access to government information; promoting civic engagement by enabling the public to interact with government officials; making government more accountable by making its operations more transparent and thus reducing the opportunities for corruption; and providing development opportunities, especially benefiting rural and traditionally underserved communities."


Iobey777 » December 16th, 2018

Whoa! Now that's a lot of money....wonder where it's going to come from and WHO is going to sign the contracts to do the work at a PR rate? Surely..there is "something" going on here that we cannot see....YET!! IMO!!

Samson » December 16th, 2018

Integrity reveals 203 projects in Wassit worth more than two trillion dinars

16th December, 2018

On Sunday, the Integrity Commission announced the faltering projects in Wasit Governorate, which one of its teams, which moved to the governorate, monitored and documented in the framework of the Commission's efforts to investigate and investigate reconstruction projects, services and investment in all governorates. The total amount reached (2,126,619,950,294) trillion dinars

The Commission said in a report received by "Economy News" a copy of it, "The total amounts allocated to the projects of residential complexes lagging in the province exceeded (1,070 billion) trillion dinars, and the project of the Azizia residential complex, the most prominent, the cost exceeded (691 billion) billion dinars and two projects to establish units Housing and low cost housing for the poor within the strategy of reducing poverty at a cost of (100 billion billion) billion dinars, as well as two residential complexes in Zurbatia and the neighborhood at a cost (165 billion) billion dinars, and other residential complexes

In the area of ​​health, the report pointed out that "the total amount of projects faltering amounted to (240 billion) billion dinars, most notably the establishment of a hospital with a capacity of 400 beds in the city of Kut at a cost of (171.680 billion) billion dinars, and the specialized center for the treatment of blood diseases and tumors, (26,792,000,000) billion dinars, in addition to the center of cancer tumors (23,710,000,000) billion dinars, while the cost of education projects more than (80 billion) billion dinars to build more than 150 schools and kindergartens and training and testing centers and computer laboratories

The report pointed out that "the amounts allocated for water projects and sewage drained exceeded (330 billion) billion dinars, most notably the project of extending a water network and the implementation of communications and development of the electrical network with the implementation of a network of waterways in Said bin Jubair Street with the development of the street extending from the entrance to the neighborhood district to Said bin Jubair, which exceeded the cost of (70 billion,000) billion dinars, in addition to the project of water Kut large (39 billion) billion dinars, as well as a number of projects to rehabilitate and implement a number of water and sewage networks in the province

The report pointed out that "the value of the amounts allocated to the projects of roads and bridges that have not been completed amounted to (280 billion) billion dinars, for the construction of roads and bridges and the development and cover some of the streets and the development of a number of areas and neighborhoods and the entrance to the city of Kut, noting that among those projects development and installation and paving streets and rehabilitation Gardens of the area of ​​the second neighborhood, including the parallel street of the river Dujaili, which exceeded the cost (80 billion,000) billion dinars and the construction of the Husseiniya bridge of more than (20 billion) billion dinars LINK

MilitiaMan » December 16th, 2018

So here is more pressure on the Cab needing to being shown 100% complete. They have land for the citizens, among much more.. imo Once they get the MR done, the citizens will have money to build houses, businesses for them selves, etc.. The economic effects locally will be huge..~ MM

Samson » December 16th, 2018

Parliamentary Planning: Determined to open the file of land distribution

16th December, 2018

The parliamentary strategic planning committee confirmed on Sunday its intention to open the land distribution file to the citizens after Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi promised this, indicating that the issue needs time, money and suitable land and close to the cities.

A member of the committee Raed Fahmi said in a statement to Al-Maaloumah that "Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi promised to distribute land to the citizens, where it is necessary to indicate which segments are due first and determine their numbers."

He pointed out that "the committee will open the land file after the completion of The formation of the ministerial cabin, in order to ensure that the beneficiaries of the plots of residential land. "

He explained that "the land file needs to approach the Prime Minister to the concerned ministries and ministries and provinces to provide the appropriate land and the delivery of services and cutting them according to appropriate designs, and then identify the outstanding segments in all provinces."

Fahmi pointed out that "the distribution of land, despite the issue of the issue by the Prime Minister, but that it takes time, money and study before starting distribution." LINK

MilitiaMan » December 16th, 2018

This article it telling us that the 2016 plan, even though, it had some delays and changes because imo of ISIS, they still are in country and fully engaged in implementation and deployment of economic reforms and through 2030. ~ Reassurance is what this is to citizens, investors and stakeholders.. Another good thing. ~ Imo ~ MM

Samson » December 16th, 2018

UNDP committed to Economic Reforms in Iraq

16th December, 2018

UNDP is committed to support the economic and regulatory reforms in Iraq

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) jointly with the Iraqi Ministry of Planning (MoP) organized a consultation session for Director Generals from the Ministry of Higher Education and the Ministry of Planning MoP, to discuss and develop a road map to institutionalize the Regulatory Impact Assessment as an evidence-based approach, and tool for policy making.

The session was intended to introduce a globally adopted tool to systematically and critically review the new and existing regulations, and analyze the projected social, economic and environmental impact, it was also a kickoff process through interactive consultation with key stakeholders, to enrich the discussion on the implementation of the Regulatory Impact Assessment, and reinforce the national ownership for smooth implementation.

The Deputy Minister of Planning, Mr. Qasim Enaya was among the session attendees along with other senior officials. He said:

“The Ministry of Planning is committed to actualize the Regulatory Impact Assessment Approach, and is mandated by its law to review the legislations related to inclusive development, we are also committed to assume our role to ensure the most feasible and effective policies, and regulations available, to produce the greatest economic and social net benefit to society, while simultaneously meeting the needs of government ”.

UNDP Country Director Mr. Gerardo Noto said during the session:

“UNDP is fully committed to support the Government of Iraq and the coordinating role of the Ministry of Planning in the implementation and monitoring of the Sustainable Development Goals SDGs, and Agenda 2030.

The development agenda which is adopted by Iraq is an integrated, interconnected and comprehensive approach, to inclusive development that should be translated into coherent public policies and regulations, aligned with economic, social and environmental sustainability.

“This consultation is affirmation of a key principle of Agenda 2030 underlined by SDG 16 (16.6 Develop effective, accountable and transparent institutions at all levels and 16.7 Ensure responsive, inclusive, participatory and representative decision-making at all levels)”.

Inspired by the government commitment, UNDP asserted its intention to continue the support provided to various government entities that seek economic and regulatory reforms, for inclusive and sustainable development.

This support is provided by UNDP through the Funding Facility for Economic Reform-Federal Project launched in early 2016, to provide technical assistance through the deployment of high caliber international experts to support national reforms agenda. LINK

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