General Secretariat of the Supreme Council for Planning and Development (Kuwait)
Overseeing the preparation of the future vision and defining the strategic goals of the state and setting the development strategies and plans and government work programs.
Participate in drawing general policies and proposing legislations, regulations and major development projects to achieve development goals and submitting them to the Council of Ministers for approval.
Participate in drawing future policies and defining general directions regarding development affairs, developing their various fields, and linking education outcomes to development.
Proposing the appropriate means and mechanisms to confirm the connection of successive development plans and linking development projects with the government's work program to determine the goals of the country's economic track in accordance with the timelines necessary to implement these plans.
Proposing the necessary recommendations to enhance integration between the public and private sectors in order to achieve comprehensive development goals.
Setting perceptions that would develop the government’s work program and the mechanisms needed to implement and raise the efficiency of the implementation-based agencies and follow them up by submitting regular periodic reports to the Cabinet.
Follow up the implementation of major projects, study proposals, and submit reports thereon
Preparing notes on the reports of the Audit Bureau on the work of government agencies and government responses to them, and proposing measures to address these observations.
To suggest appropriate mechanisms to update data and activate the interconnection of the information systems network in the country.
Submit studies and recommendations on issues referred to it by the Cabinet.
For the Supreme Council for Planning and Development
The Planning and Development Council was established by Decree No. 323 of 2008 dated 30 Shawwal 1429 corresponding to October 29, 2008 under the chairmanship of His Highness the Prime Minister or his delegated ministers and the membership of:
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs.
Minister of State for Housing Affairs, Minister of State for Development Affairs, Minister of Oil and Minister of Electricity and Water.
Minister of Finance.
Minister of Health.
Minister of Public Works and Minister of State for Municipal Affairs.
The Minister of Education and the Minister of Higher Education.
Minister of Social Affairs and Labor and Minister of Information.
Central Bank Governor.
And a number of members with competence and experience, including representatives of the private sector and civil society organizations, to issue a decree appointing them for a period of four years, which can be renewed. Their See more