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Based on the keenness of the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation to involve the public in developing and improving its services and policies, topics are periodically raised on the website sharik.ae

Public Consultation on the Open Data by MoHRE

Objective and subject:

The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation is committed to promoting transparency in communicating open government data, and adopts an open data policy where it publishes data for the benefit of the public. It is a common practice and forms part of the Ministry's continuous development efforts to meet all customer data and information needs seamlessly and transparently, taking their opinions into account regarding the Ministry's services and activities in order to develop new services and applications that help save customers' time and effort.


The MoHRE invites the public to share their opinions and observations regarding open data on its website: https://www.mohre.gov.ae/ar/data-library/open-data-policy.aspx


Public opinions will be taken into account when providing the necessary data and reports

Expected Decisions for implementation:

Determining the level of satisfaction with the sharing of government data, its importance, the level of demand for it, and the need for it in the labour market by corporate clients, employers, government and semi-governmental strategic partners, and private entities related to the MoHRE's services.


Working to provide the required data according to clients' needs, and the results of the Ministry's assessment of the demand for said data and the role it plays in stimulating investment in the labour market and attracting national professionals and international talent.


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