KUWAIT CITY, Dec 28: Abdul Rahman Al-Fares, the Assistant Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health for Administrative Affairs, has announced the implementation of a self-issuance service for Ministry employees through the official website of the Civil Service Commission. This move aligns with the Ministry’s commitment to advancing digital transformation efforts and realizing the objectives of the New Kuwait Vision.
Al-Fares clarified that with the activation of this service, employees can now easily obtain various certificates, including “career progression” certificates, To Whom It May Concern certificates for basic data and those appointed under contracts, salary breakdown certificates, salary transfer continuity certificates, detailed statements of employment and financial status, and CV certificates.
Emphasizing the numerous advantages of launching this service, Al-Fares highlighted that employees can acquire the necessary certificates seamlessly, streamlining the approval process for both employees and relevant officials. The digital transformation not only simplifies the certificate issuance process but also contributes to cost savings by eliminating the need for traditional paper forms.
Al-Fares underscored that the initiation of this service is in line with the directives of Dr. Ahmed Al-Awadhi, the Minister of Health. This effort aims to enhance and develop the information technology infrastructure, with a specific focus on the administrative affairs sector’s commitment to automating various services within the ministry, ultimately facilitating a more efficient experience for all employees.
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