Bureau of General and Financial Affairs

Bureau of General and Financial Affairs; it is responsible for managing financial, personnel, administrative, domestic, and legal affairs. It is also responsible for managing the state-owned items. In undertaking its responsibilities, it functions to deal with:

  1. administrative affairs
  2. domestic affairs
  3. management of the state-owned items
  4. legal affairs
  5. organizational and managing affairs
  6. personnel affairs
  7. financial and accounting affairs

It is made up of:

  1. General and Managing Division
  2. Finance Division
  3. Group of Functional Posts

It is responsible for managing administrative, domestic, the state-owned items, legal, organizational and managing affairs. In undertaking its responsibilities, it functions to deal with :

  1. administrative affairs
  2. domestic affairs
  3. the state-owned item management
  4. preparing rules and regulations and legal services
  5. organizational and managing affairs

It is made up of:

  1. The Subdivision of Administrative and Domestic Affairs; it is responsible for dealing with correspondence, filing and protocol affairs. It also deals with the services provided to the management, security, orderliness, cleanliness, and landscape affairs. In addition, it is also responsible for arranging, maintaining, and taking care of the office facilities and other domestic affairs.
  2. The Subdivision of the State-Owned Items Affairs; it is responsible for planning what is needed available, storing, distributing, inventorying, and eliminating the state-owned items.
  3. The Subdivision of Managing and Legal Affairs; it is responsible for preparing rules and regulations and giving legal services and deals with the organizational and managing affairs.

The Personnel Division deals with the affairs of the educators and teaching staff. In undertaking such a responsibility, as prescribed in Article 34, its functions are as follows:

  1. Preparing the formation and plan of developing the educators and teaching staff
  2. Recruiting, stratifying, and transferring the educators and teaching staff
  3. Developing the educators and teaching staff
  4. Terminating the educators and teaching staff, and dealing with the discipline-related affairs
  5. Administering the personnel affairs.

The Personnel Division is made up of:

  1. The Subdivision of Educators’ Affairs; it is responsible for formatting, planning, recruiting, stratifying, and transferring the educators; it is also responsible for terminating the personnel affairs of the educators and dealing with their personnel affairs.
  2. The Subdivision of Teaching Staff Affairs; it is responsible for formatting and planning the development, recruitment, stratification and other mutations. It is also responsible for developing and terminating the teaching staff and administering their personnel affairs.

The Finance Division is responsible for managing the financial and accounting affairs. In undertaking such a responsibility, its functions are as follows:

  1. Managing the non-tax state revenue.
  2. Managing the non-tax state non-revenue.
  3. Dealing with the financial reporting and accounting affairs.

It consists of:

  1. The Subdivision of the Budget of the Non-Tax State Revenue Affairs; it is responsible for funding what it is supposed to fund, receiving what it is supposed to receive, saving what it is supposed to save, and paying for what it is supposed to pay from the budget of the non-tax revenue; in short, it is responsible for budgeting the non-tax State revenue.
  2. The Subdivision of the Budget of the NonTax State Non-Revenue Affairs; it is responsible for funding what it is supposed to fund, receiving what it is supposed to receive, saving what it is supposed to save, paying for what it is supposed to pay from the budget of the non-tax State non-revenue.
  3. The Subdivision of Accounting and Reporting Affairs; it deals with the accounting and financial reporting affairs.

The Group of Functional Posts; it is made up of a number of functional posts which are divided into different groups of expertise and activity-based functional posts. The number is based on the need and workload. The responsibilities, types and stratifications of the functional posts are arranged based on the prevailing rules and regulations.