IARCSC

AcronymDefinition
IARCSCIndependent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission (Afghanistan)
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Under a USAID program called the Civilian Technical Assistance Plan (CTAP), the United States provided technical assistance to Afghan ministries and to the IARCSC. From January 2010 until January 2011, USAID, under a February 2010 memorandum of understanding, gave $85 million to programs run by the commission to support the training and development of Afghan civil servants.
The relationship between IARCSC and IDLG is co-dependent.
But IARCSC officials rejected Qani's claim, saying the office worked in accordance with its rules and regulations.
IARCSC chief Ahmad Mushahid said the meeting was aimed at discussing how human resource chiefs could cooperate with relevant departments in the implementation process.
IARCSC Director Ahmad Mushahid agreed that low capacity and unhealthy traditions hampered women's empowerment.
He asked the IARCSC main office in Kabul to retake the exam.
Under a USAID program called the Civilian Technical Assistance Plan, the United States is providing technical assistance to Afghan ministries and to the IARCSC. From January 2010 until January 2011, the USAID, under a February 2010 memorandum of understanding, gave $85 million to programs run by the commission to support the training and development of Afghan civil servants.
Roohullah Osmani, Planning and Management Department head at IARCSC, said the MCP was aimed at setting up an administration that could provide better services to the people.
IARCSC head Ahmad Mashahid said the pace of the competency test programme was slow, but hoped all public servants would be included in the programme by next year.
A key institution that is deciding on merit based appointments discussed above, standardizing job descriptions, salaries, bonuses, and benefits is the Afghan Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission (IARCSC).
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP said the training participants included nine deputy ministers, one general director and six commissioners of the Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission (IARCSC).