The State Properties General Authority organized an introductory meeting for the new strategy and identity of the authority on Monday 14/03/1441 AH corresponding to 11/11/2019 at the Intercontinental Hotel in Riyadh. The meeting aimed to familiarize the employees with the new work mechanism according to the recent organizational arrangements that align with goals of the 2030 vision of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The meeting dealt with the challenges facing the authority, as the royal leadership saw the establishment of a public entity to manage the state’s properties successfully to address and face these challenges in the absence of planning, overlapping competencies and inconsistency of quality standards in government buildings. His excellency, the Governor of State Properties General Authority Ihsan bin Abbas Bafakih, spoke about the authority’s role and strategy; its vision and mission; the four pillars that will be launched from it: protecting the state's property, productivity, efficiency and quality and the organizational arrangements that will be compatible with each pillar. This was followed by discussing the strategies for strengthening and building new capabilities; the development of new regulations; and the initiatives put forward to improve productivity and efficiency of various types of the state real estate in order to increase revenues and reduce costs for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. In addition to presenting upcoming plans for development and investment projects that the authority began to undertake. After that, a review of the new identity of the authority was made, which symbolize the vision of its future duties and to be a logo on each of the state’s buildings. The new identity also reflects the authority’s mission which is to preserve the state’s real estate and provide efficient and quality real estate solutions to government agencies while achieving the optimal value for them.
This was followed by answering the inquiries and questions, then his Excellency invited the authority’s employees to eat dinner.
Reported by: Abdullah Aljadaan