Vice-deputy of management development and logistics affairs announced: Making fit the organization chart of the ministry after privatization

Vice-deputy of management development and logistics affairs announced: Making fit the organization chart of the ministry after privatization
Organization chart of ministry of ICT was finalized by influencing of execution of principle 44 of the constitution.
PR of the Ministry of ICT – Mahmoud Haratian Nejadi, vice-deputy of management development and logistics affairs, said: “Regarding to the cabinet’s Act, the public sectors had to improve their chart according to civil service management law till the end of last year”.
“Therefore the new chart was prepared as ministry of ICT has executed the greatest “principle 44-base” privatization and regarding to its missions”, he added.
He pointed that the new organization chart of ministry of ICT was codified according to e-government procedures, privatization as much as possible, and its authoritative duties maintenance and approved by president deputy of management development and human resource.
Mahmoud Haratian Nejadi talked about the specifications of the new chart and said: “In this organization chart, four deputy offices were designated in the complex of the ministry such as: “ICT Planning and Strategic Supervision”, “Technology and International Affairs”, “Legal, Parliamentary and the Cabinet Affairs”, and “Management development and Logistic Affairs”.
He continued that some affiliated companies and organizations have been also designated for the ministry like: CRA, ISA, ITC, I.R.I. Post Co., TIC, and Post Bank of Iran.
Vice-deputy of management development and logistics affairs restated: “Now, in cooperation with the all of the managers and deputies of the ministry, we are codifying detailed organizations of the ministry which would be sent to approve by president deputy of management development and human resource after finalizing”.



May 4, 2010 13:20

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