UAE Strategy 2011-2013

UAE Strategy 2011-2013

The UAE Government's Second Strategy laid the foundations for achievingthe UAE Vision 2021, which was launched by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai. The UAE Government Strategy 2011-2013 consisted of seven general principles, seven strategic priorities and seven strategic enablers. The strategic priorities and enablers included the major focal areas for the government to achieve the strategy cycle of 2011-2013.

UAE Government Strategy 2011-2013 included seven General Principles, seven Strategic Priorities and seven Strategic Enablers:

General Principles:

  1. Enhance the role of Federal Entities in devising effective regulations and integrated policies by successful planning and enforcement.
  2. Enhance effective coordination and cooperation between Federal entities and Local governments.
  3. Focus on delivering high-quality, customer-centric and integrated government services.
  4. Invest in human resource capabilities and develop leaders.
  5. Promote efficient resource management within Federal entities and leverage dynamic partnerships.
  6. Pursue a culture of excellence through strategic thinking, continuous performance improvement, and superior results.
  7. Enhance transparency and accountability in governance mechanisms across Federal entities.

Strategic Priorities

The seven strategic priorities are the themes that define the priorities of the UAE government over the coming three years:

  1. Cohesive Society and Preserved Identity.
  2. First-Rate Education System.
  3. World-Class Healthcare .
  4. Competitive Knowledge Economy.
  5. Safe Public and Fair Judiciary.
  6. Sustainable Environment and Infrastructure.
  7. Strong Global Standing.

Strategic enablers

The seven strategic enablers direct how the machinery of the UAE Government must operate in order to fulfill its strategic priorities:

  1. Skilled Human Capital.
  2. Customer-Centric Service.
  3. Efficient Financial Management.
  4. Good Institutional Governance.
  5. Dynamic Government Networks.
  6. Effective Legislative Process and Integrated Policy-Making.
  7. Effective Government Communication.