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‘Takamul’ system a qualitative leap in government financial performance

SHARJAH: The Sharjah Finance Department (SFD) recently conducted a workshop focused on ensuring the alignment of the “Takamul” government financial system with recognised global standards.

This initiative aims to achieve Takamul’s strategic objectives, which include enhancing the electronic financial system, delivering a qualitative leap in government financial performance, and implementing best practices and electronic systems for effective management and utilisation of government financial resources.

Waleed Al Sayegh, Director-General of SFD, and Sheikh Rashid bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Director of SFD, attended the workshop.

Huda Al Yasi, Director of the Financial Systems Department at SFD, emphasised the department’s commitment to monitoring and evaluating the quality of its project implementation and technological innovation initiatives. These advancements contribute significantly to achieving financial stability and sustainability across various government entities in Sharjah.

Al Yasi underscored the signi
ficance of conducting periodic reviews for such high-quality systems to identify areas for improvement and development.

Introduced in 2006, Takamul has established itself as a leading integrated system for government financial resources in the Arab world. It offers comprehensive programmes for all government financial needs, along with supporting programmes that connect with internal work systems within government entities.

Source: Emirates News Agency