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Participants of 21st Senior Management Course visited CDA headquarters

Islamabad: May 10, 2017: Participants of 21st Senior Management Course (SMC) organized by Senior Management Wing, National Management College, Lahore visited Capital Development Authority (CDA) headquarters on Wednesday. Sixty-eight potential Grade-20 Officers from various departments of Federal Government participating in the course visited CDA headquarters as part of their ongoing SMC. The course aims that building capacity of participants to improve public service delivery.

Member Administration, Muhammad Yasir Peerzada and Member Finance, Dr. Fahad Haroon Aziz received and briefed the visiting delegation about ongoing and future development projects, formulation and function of MCI and new administrative measures introduced in CDA / MCI.

While briefing the participants Member Administration, Muhammad Yasir Peerzada said that CDA is in transition and consolidation phase simultaneously. After promulgation of Islamabad Capital Territory Local Government Act, 2015 municipal functions have been transferred to municipal administration with all the employees already working on relevant posts. New administrative measures to improve efficiency, capacity and service delivery are being introduced. Information Technology (I.T) based solutions to long standing problems are being devised.

Member Finance, while briefing the delegation told that CDA is focusing on the project which will be self sustainable. More avenues of revenue generation are being explored. For the first time in the history of Islamabad residents are experiencing local government with all its benefits.

Member Administration, Muhammad Yasir Peerzada, Member Finance Dr. Fahad Haroon Aziz briefed the delegation about the ongoing development projects and strategy for the speedy execution and completion.

The hosts answered many questions raised by the members of visiting delegation. The visit concluded with words of thanks from the faculty members leading the delegation and exchange of shields from both sides.