Vice minister of Management Development and Logistics announced: Accounting integration of constructive and current projects

Vice minister of Management Development and Logistics announced: Accounting integration of constructive and current projects
Accounting of constructive and current projects will be integrated in order to optimize use of the abilities and facilities and also avoid some probable synchronicity.
PR of the Ministry of ICT – Seyed Shamsoddin Borboroodi, Vice minister for management development and logistics in the introducing and farewell ceremony of general director of financial affairs said:" This subject has been requested by Ministry of economic affairs & finance, supreme audit court and ICT authorities".
"So the accounts of constructive and current projects has been integrated in the ministry of ICT by coordination and favorable opinion of ministry of economy", he added.
According to the report, Dr. Akrami vice minister for expenditures & state treasurer general in the ministry of Economic and financial affairs said that the separated accounting offices for constructive and current project was not appropriate in the ministry of ICT and continued:" According to the privatization debate in the Ministry of ICT and changes made in this area it seems that these two accounting integration and doing the affairs by one is possible".
He referred to the accounting duties in the organizations and emphasized: the defined tasks considered for accounting in the Act are including: to adjust the laws and regulations with the permitted officials' orders.
He pointed that the accounting should be honest advisor for the administrative org. to offer the required solutions to the administrative officials and activists.
The report suggests Foruzan Sepehr, Director General of Financial affairs in the ministry of ICT in the ceremony said that human resource are the most valuable assets in the organizations and emphasized: training the specialists in a complex is the best way for using human resources.

Sep 26, 2010 14:58

Comments

Sender name is required
Email is required
Characters left: 500
Comment is required