About ISFU

The ISFU is an independent entity which reports to the Minister of Diwan of Royal Court. The Unit’s primary role is to provide support to governmental entities and assist them to better implement their plans and programmes based on a clear governance structure and key performance indicators.

Further, ISFU is responsible for monitoring and following up on the implementation of specific national projects; among them is Tanfeedh programme and Sharakah. The Unit works closely with different stakeholders involved in the implementation and assists with problem solving the challenges that may arise during projects/initiatives execution. This is manifested through adopting a clear and robust monitoring mechanism.

And in line with the different requirements of the country’s development plans related to executing economic diversification related projects, it is expected that a number of projects may be implemented “as is”, and other may require specific alterations and adjustments during execution as the need arises. In addition, some projects may be reconsidered and might require the introduction of new ideas and alternative solutions depending on the opportunities and economic conditions that may occur during implementation.

Royal Decrees

Royal Decree No 33/2018 promulgating the Implementation Support and Follow-up Unit’s System

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Royal Decree No. 50/2016 establishing the Implementation Support and Follow-up Unit

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ISFU Main Roles

The Unit’s main role is to support governmental institutions in implementing their initiatives and plans according to a clear governance structure and performance indicators, through:

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finding solutions for challenges that face implementation by using a clear follow-up mechanism

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collecting and analyzing data, and assessing KPIs in coordination with stakeholders

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