Bahrain 'hub for public administration'
Manama, June 16, 2013
The government sector in Bahrain is administratively successful and is now qualified to be a Middle East hub for public administration, said an expert.
"The government sector does not suffer from any administrative problems," said Professor Michelle Ferris, chief of the International Association of Schools and Institutes of Public Administration (IASIA)
He called on all government sectors in Bahrain to foster Bahrain Institute for Public Administration (Bipa) administrative criteria.
Professor Ferris hailed Bahrain's outstanding arrangement for the International Conference on Public Administration and the warm hospitality it offered to the attendees.
All the participating committees have worked in total freedom and received unlimited support from government officials in general and Bipa officials in particular, he said.
He also hailed the 'excellent working papers', presented by many global participants at the conference. It has generated new ideas capable of upgrading public administration practices, precisely in the Middle East region and Bahrain, he added. - TradeArabia News Service
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