Samson: Iraq signs a memorandum of understanding with the United Nations on the digital transformation project
26th July, 2022
The General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers announced, on Tuesday, the signing of a memorandum of understanding with the United Nations Development Program on the digital transformation project in Iraq.
A statement by the secretariat, which Mawazine News received a copy of, stated that, under the patronage of the Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, Hamid Naim Al-Ghazi, the Director of the National Data Center in the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers signed, today, Tuesday, with the resident representative of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in Iraq, a memorandum Understanding on the digital transformation project in Iraq.
Al-Ghazi indicated, during the signing ceremony ceremony, that the signing of this Memorandum of Understanding is a step forward towards further digital transformation in Iraq, in line with our national strategies and objectives, by strengthening e-governance processes, and establishing a more efficient, modern and reliable civil system for all Iraqis.
He added that the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), through the memorandum, will provide advisory support and training in the field of digital transformation and e-governance by providing specialized international consultants to formulate digital transformation policy, as well as preparing for a national cloud strategy, and developing road maps that support e-government projects.
MilitiaMan: There is digitized border tax system called AYSCUDA, there is the BUNA platform owned by the AMF for clearing digitized currencies in the region and around the world. There is here now more support for E-Government out of the UNDP.
Keep in mind the CBI has hooked up to at least 3 key links to entities within the GOI for communication. A managerial aspect appears to be in the wings now form the MOU. It looks like we are in the READY, SET, GO… mode!!! Well, per the conference call yesterday the following supports that there are other items in the process of being exposed to those with a need to know. It shall likely not be long for all of us to have that similar need to know too.
I imagine that the go part would be simultaneously with the FX. We surely can see the writing on the wall now.. imo ~ MM.
FRANK26: “IT IS OUR OPINION/RUMOR/SCUTTLEBUTT … LAST WEDS, 2 FIRM GUYS, IMO, ARE IN THE ME RIGHT NOW MEETING WITH THE ARAB MONETARY FUND IN A CLOSED MTG. WITH THE CBI, WHO WILL SHOW AT THIS MTG. THE PROOF NOTES.” ~ Frank26
Samson: The General Secretariat sets the ceiling for the salaries of lecturers and workers within the Food Security Law
26th July, 2022
Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, Hamid Al-Ghazi, set, today, Tuesday, the ceiling for the salaries of lecturers, workers and contracts after they were included in Resolution 315, while noting that the amendment of the salary scale law was sent to the House of Representatives for approval.
Al-Ghazi told the official news agency, Mawazine News, that “in light of the law on emergency support for food security, the issue of lecturers, wages and contracts was presented to the Council of Ministers to adjust their status within Resolution 315,” noting that “a committee of the ministries of finance, planning and electricity is working to adapt he put them to submit the final report to the prime minister.
He added, “The service, preparation, competencies, and financial amounts required from institutions will be calculated, to adapt their status within the emergency support law for food security, so that the minimum salary of the employee will be 350 thousand dinars, up to 700 thousand dinars, because most employees, especially in service departments, have low salaries.”
Regarding the salary scale amendment, Al-Ghazi stressed that “the amendment of the salary scale law is among the government’s priorities,” noting that “the amendment of the salary scale was sent to the House of Representatives for approval.” LINK
MilitiaMan: It looks like they are doing what the Prime minister ordered them to do. While they adjust salaries, etc., they are going to restore the Dollar exchange rate to what is was in a previous era. Hence the need to adjust the rates at which they pay out. Who wouldn’t want 100% increase in wages..? Calculate away I say.. imo.. lol ~ MM
18th July, 2022
The Prime Minister’s Adviser for Economic Affairs, Haitham al-Jubouri, presented an economic vision that is summed up in converting four ministries to a self-financing system, restoring the dollar exchange rate and unifying employee salaries
Al-Jubouri said, according to the official Al-Sabah newspaper, that “there is an economic vision for the next