Civil Service Bureau implements restructuring plan, halts appointment requests

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Civil Service Bureau. (File photo: Jordan News)
AMMAN — The President of the Civil Service Bureau, Sameh Al-Nasser, announced on Wednesday that the bureau will unveil a mechanism to halt the acceptance of appointment requests by the end of this year. This move comes as part of a comprehensive plan to restructure the role and responsibilities of the bureau.اضافة اعلان

Nasser stated the Civil Service Bureau will step back from certain appointment responsibilities, allowing departments to assume the authority to announce vacant positions. This shift aims to streamline the appointment process and improve efficiency, Al Mamlaka TV reported.

Highlighting the significance of this transition, he emphasized that it is not merely a development or change but a fundamental transformation. The bureau will withdraw from specific areas, such as certain executive procedures related to appointments, which will now be handled by relevant departments.

Al-Nasser underscored the role of the Civil Service Bureau moving forward, stating that it will primarily focus on providing guidance, supervision, and technical support throughout the appointment process. By assuming this advisory role, the bureau aims to ensure the integrity and fairness of appointments while facilitating smooth operations.

Earlier, Prime Minister Bisher Al-Khasawneh had previously disclosed that the transformation of the Civil Service Bureau would be completed by the year's end. The reforms undertaken by the bureau align with broader efforts to enhance administrative efficiency and streamline government operations.

The upcoming changes signal a strategic shift within the Civil Service Bureau, marking a departure from its previous responsibilities and a redirection towards a more streamlined and effective system. 

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