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A GDRFA delegation visits Dubai Customs  

Dubai Customs welcomed a delegation from the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in Dubai, as part of an agenda for joint cooperation and  sharing experiences within government departments. The visiting delegation was briefed on the practices applied in various areas of administrative affairs at Dubai Customs, including  procurement , maintenance,  warehouse and transportation, electronic archiving, as well as the mechanism used for vehicles maintenance, insurance and fine payment, fixed assets and warehouse management, purchasing procedures, archiving and warehouse maintenance, contracts and evaluation of specifications, and suppliers management.

The delegation of the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs comprised Captain Saeed Al Marri , Director of Services and Equipment; First Lieutenant Ahmed Al Zarooni , Head of Maintenance & Projects Follow-up Department; Lieutenant Mahmoud Bechalat, Acting Head of Public Procurement Department; Lieutenant Hisham Al Hashemi, Head of Electronic Archives; Lieutenant Yasser Alsharhan, Head of Warehouses Department; along with a number of employees from the Services and Equipment Department.

The deputation was received on the part of Dubai Customs by Ahmed Obaid Al Falasi, Director of Administration Affairs; Hend Al Serkal, Senior Contracts and Procurement Manager; Mohammed Al Bosmeet, Senior Property Manager; as well as a number of managers and staff from the Administration Affairs Department.
Commenting on the visit, Ahmed Obaid Al Falasi said, “Dubai Customs is keen to enhance cooperation with all government departments for the exchange of knowledge and experiences in order to improve institutional performance in all areas. This goes in line with the government's efforts to reinforce intra-governmental relations among all departments for continuous improvement, excellence and achieving supremacy in all business areas at all levels.”
Al Falasi further stressed Dubai Customs’ willingness and commitment to share knowledge and expertise with various government agencies in the country, in a bid to support the national economy and realize sustainable development for the whole community.