Posted on May 02, 2019

Qatar University (QU) signed an MoU with the Administrative Control and Transparency Authority (ACTA), which aims at promoting joint cooperation in the field of research and studies related to transparency and integrity. The agreement was signed by QU President Dr. Hassan Al-Derham and Chairman of ACTA Hamad bin Nasser Al-Misned and a number of officials from both parties attended the signing.

The MoU aims to provide between the two parties exchange of experience, work in the field of information exchange, including bulletins, periodicals, studies, statistics and data related to research and studies.

QU President Dr. Hassan Al-Derham commented saying, “Qatar University is keen to support and strengthen its relationship and advancing our work with the Administrative Control and Transparency Authority. Through this cooperation we aim to join all fields related to research and studies and work together towards integrity, transparency and prevention and control of corruption. This agreement is formed based on our belief that the university is an effective and vital institution along with ministries and government agencies, in serving the community and nation. By working together, we strive to raise the performance levels and efficiencies of both parties.”

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Chairman of ACTA Hamad bin Nasser Al-Misned also commented saying, “This agreement comes as part of our organizations efforts to implement certain competencies in accordance with Amiri Decree No. (6) of 2015 for the reorganization of the Administrative Control and Transparency Authority. Concerted efforts are needed from state bodies to achieve the goals of ACTA. Qatar University is a progressive institution in the field of education, promoting knowledge and awareness and therefore our agreement with the University is vital as it helps us target a vital group in our society, which is the next generation. Moreover, we will be building a solid research environment that is built on the values of transparency and accountability, which reflects Qatar’s aspirations to address corruption.”

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