Egypt’s Minister of Planning and Economic Development Hala El-Said inspected the ministry’s headquarters in the New Administrative Capital on Thursday.
El-Said followed up on the preparations ahead of the transfer of the ministry’s employees in the coming period.
During the tour, the minister’s advisor for human resources Tarek Abdel-Khalek explained the ministry’s plans for the transfer of employees in successive batches according to the specializations and the transition plan.
El-Said said that Egypt’s New Administrative Capital is a national project with international technological standards and is one of the most important smart cities in the Middle East.
El-Said emphasized that this mark Egypt’s transition into a ‘New Republic’ which requires concerted efforts to contribute to the implementation of such projects at the highest level of efficiency and quality.
During her tour, El-Said drew attention to the necessity of completing all the furnishing works of the building and ensuring its complete readiness to complete the plan for housing workers in the places designated in the ministry, which were previously developed.
El-Said indicated that the new administrative capital represents a civil, economic, and technological leap in the history of the Egyptian state.
She added that starting from the new year, 10% of the total ministry employees will be transferred, representing 10% of each sector in the ministry, so as not to disrupt the workflow, with another 10% moving on March 1, 20% on April 1, and 20% On May 1, by June 40% of employees will move.