Legislative Audit e-System launched by Supreme Legislation Committee
The General Secretariat of the Supreme Legislation Committee in the Emirate of Dubai (SLC) introduced the Legislative Audit e-System (LAS) throughout a virtual initial conference participated in by 32 local government entities that are subject to legislative audit. The launch, which took place using the Microsoft Teams system, formed part of the continuous efforts to make certain ideal application of legislation in Dubai in line with the emirate's enthusiastic development plan.
H.E. Ahmad Saeed bin Meshar Al Muhairi, SLC Secretary General, as well as Mohammed Juma Al Suwaidi, SLC Assistant Secretary General, participated in the meeting during which functions of the LAS were highlighted. The system is the outcome of SLC campaigns targeting at cultivating a society of innovation that helps with the execution of the legislative audit process online in line with the best worldwide methods and also the legal audit plan accepted by the Exec Council of the Emirate of Dubai.
In his speech, H.E. Al Muhairi specified: "The LAS is part of our response to the instructions of our sensible management to enhance the legislative audit system in Dubai according to the requirements of the future and taking into account the rapid technical developments and also smart developments taking place worldwide. The LAS functions as an aggressive effort aiming at reinforcing participation and also communication in between the SLC and federal government entities in Dubai and also ensuring audio implementation of the legislation active."
H.E. Ahmad bin Meshar included: "The LAS is the result of our continuous concentrate on growth of cutting-edge and also advanced systems to check the application of regulation by government entities with a view to guaranteeing correct application and also advancement of lasting and balanced legislation.
The campaign remains in line with the instructions of H.H. Sheikh Maktoum bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Replacement Ruler of Dubai and also Chairman of the Supreme Regulation Board in the Emirate of Dubai, to consolidate the regulation of legislation and legality in the emirate. The SLC is fully devoted to adopting innovative and also modern-day technologies to strengthen the legislative audit procedure in the emirate, guarantee appropriate application of regulation, and achieve 100 percent legislative compliance."
" We are pleased to launch the LAS in an online conference participated in by reps of 32 local government entities. During the meeting, we shed light on the interactive functions of the system that support our vision of creating legislation that accepts the present as well as expects the future. We are certain that the LAS will certainly yield positive outcomes as it sustains the clever transformation process and also the Dubai Paperless Method to make Dubai the smartest as well as happiest city on the planet," he added.
The LAS offers a solitary as well as structured platform that will certainly sustain the legislative audit feature of the SLC General Secretariat. During the conference, the participants additionally learnt more about the objectives behind the implementation of the system. The LAS was formally introduced after more than three years of coordination in between the SLC and government entities. Apart from enhancing the objectives of the Dubai Paperless Technique, the system likewise standardises legislative audit techniques and procedures, improves compliance with legislative audit statements, and also boosts positive competition among concerned government entities.
Some of the attributes of the LAS were showcased throughout the online launch. These functions included simplifying legal audit reporting procedures and also following up legislative audit job. The system provides precise data and enables easy monitoring of the compliance of each government entity with suitable legislation. Furthermore, customers can make use of the system to acquire updates on the events of the Legal Audit Directorate, consisting of annual meetings, interactive workshops, and also initiatives.
The participants were able compare the legislative audit process before as well as after triggering the LAS. The initial conference clarified the benefits of the system, namely reducing the legislative audit coverage time; giving direct web links in between SLC statements and actions taken by worried government entities; giving accessibility to appropriate documents, legislative audit reports, and SLC relevant remarks; and offering full accessibility to the federal government entity's work flow, processes, success, and also outcomes.
Adoption of the new digital system will complement some existing procedures, that include the legal audit initial letters sent out to new government entities, induction check outs, normal conferences, and the legal transparency requirement. The SLC General Secretariat will remain to use this criterion to verify whether a government entity exercises its functions pursuant to its developing regulations, and to gauge the transparency level of such legislation.
The meeting additionally clarified the function of government entities in triggering the LAS and in encouraging their team to embrace the system and its legislative audit reporting module. It additionally highlighted the various groups of individuals of the system; the results of the test stage; as well as the training resources offered to function groups that will certainly allow them to maximise the advantages of the system and also make sure full legislative compliance.
The first stage of LAS execution will involve turning out the system to five government entities, specifically the Dubai Municipality, the Roads as well as Transport Authority, the Dubai Health Authority, the Dubai Electricity and also Water Authority, and also the Dubai Department of Economic Development