Muscat – Following Royal directives, the Oman Vision 2040 Implementation Follow-up Unit is establishing 59 offices to implement it in all government agencies.
A statement issued by the Government Communication Centre (GCC) said the Oman Vision 2040 Implementation Follow-up Unit will enable these entities to play their role in achieving the goals of the vision.
The offices aim to make the planning departments in the concerned authorities work in close coordination, while also training personnel of carry out planning and follow-up tasks, GCC added.
Dr Khamis bin Saif al Jabri, Chairman of the Implementation Follow-up Unit, said that in cooperation with relevant authorities, including the Ministry of Labour, it has held several meetings to establish and activate the Vision offices in government institutions to ensure accurate follow-up of operational plans necessary to achieve the performance indicators, manage follow-up mechanisms, and address challenges.
“The unit has also held workshops to transfer knowledge to the Vision offices in more than 40 government agencies and launched a programme to develop the skills of its employees, in addition to creating a work environment in order to activate the role of these offices,” Jabri said.
Oman Vision 2040 is the national reference for economic and social planning for the 2021-2040 period, and the source of national sector strategies and five-year development plans.
It was put in place under the wise guidance of the late Sultan Qaboos bin Said, and carried forward by His Majesty Sultan Haitham bin Tarik.
After being developed with extensive participation by the community, Oman Vision 2040 was approved by His Majesty Sultan Haitham in 2020 and put into action in early January 2021 and will remain in force till 2040.