Dubai Model Centre

 

Dubai Model Centre seeks to raise the level of public services in Dubai to unprecedented levels of leadership and excellence. The Centre focuses on:

  • Incentivizing government entities to improve their services using the methodologies and tools of the Dubai Model for Government Services
  • Encouraging cooperation and the exchange of knowledge among the various government entities in this field
  • Studying, documenting and disseminating best practices for the competitiveness of public services locally as well as globally
  • Launching intelligent and strategic tools and systems to research and document the nature of service providing in Dubai and to improve it

Hamdan Bin Mohammed Program for Government Services

City Makers

 

The City Makers is an ongoing gathering of teams, consisting of a number of entities that act as the think tank for government organisations to collaborate on reengineering and redesigning government integrated services. Dubai The Model Centre of The General Secretariat of the Executive Council of Dubai organizes this gathering at the beginning of each year to improve the services shared among more than one government entity.

City Makers encourages government entities to elevate joint government services, and challenges employees to collectively come up with innovative and creative solutions for existing services across the emirate.

Young City Makers

 

An initiative launch by His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Executive Council, in 2017 with the aim of engaging youth to improve government services in Dubai and suggest future ones. This comes under the context of His Highness’s keenness to involve the youth in every field, including government services, as they are the main element in building our future.