Governmental Authorities

Board Of Grievances (Diwan-Al Mazalem)
Board Of Grievances (Diwan-Al Mazalem)

Board Of Grievances (Diwan-Al Mazalem)

http://www.bog.gov.sa
Riyadh 11138
+966 11 2156215
+966 11 4640314
Bureau of Experts at the Council of Ministries
Bureau of Experts at the Council of Ministries

Establishment of the Bureau of Experts

On the 12th of Rajab, 1373 H, a royal order was issued passing the Law of the Council of Ministers. Article (19) of said Law provided that the Council of Ministers be formed of several departments, including (The Department of Technical Experts).

Accordingly, a royal decree was issued approving the Law of Council of Minister’s Departments. Part 3 of the Law was specifically for the Department of Experts; it’s formation and to whom it reports.

On the 12th of Safar, 1394 H, Council of Ministers Resolution No. (168) was issued including the formation of the Department of Experts, conduct of business and regulation of its financial affairs and powers.

On the 16th of Dhu al-Qa’dah , 1394 H, High Order No. (431) was issued approving the Department Bylaws.

On the 18th of Jumada I, 1396 H, High Order No. (3/m/1653) was issued approving financial independence of the Department and to be a constituent of the Council of Ministers, thus becoming an independent body from the General Secretariat of the Council of the Ministers, both financially and administratively.

On the 20th of Shawwal, 1402 H, Council of Ministers Resolution No.(166) was issued approving the Regulatory Bylaws for the duties of the General Committee of the Council of Ministers, including the regulation of the General Committee’s relation to the Department of Experts.

On the 13th of Rabi’ I, 1414, the current Law of the Council of Ministers was issued, following Royal Order no. (A/13), amending the name of the Department of Experts into the Bureau of Experts.

http://www.boe.gov.sa
+966 11 4882430
+966 11 4419111
Bureau of Investigation and Prosecution
Bureau of Investigation and Prosecution

Bureau of Investigation and Prosecution

http://www.bip.gov.sa
61832 Riyadh 11575
+966 11 4629883
+966 11 4628956
Capital Market Authority
Capital Market Authority

Capital Market Authority

http://www.cma.org.sa
220022 Riyadh 11311
+966 11 2797777
+966 11 2797770
Communications and information Technology Commission
Communications and information Technology Commission

Communications and Information Technology Commission was established under the name of (Saudi Communications Commission) pursuant to the Council of Ministers Decision No. (74) dated 5/3/1422H. The name was changed after the Commission was entrusted with new tasks related to information technology to become (Communications and Information Technology Commission) under the Council of Ministers Decision No. (123) dated 21/5/1424H.

The vision statement of the Commission is “Universally available, high quality and affordable communications and information technology services”.

The Commission enjoys the juridical personality and financial independence to achieve its objectives stipulated in the Telecommunications Act, its Bylaw and the Ordinance of the Communications and Information Technology Commission.

The Government of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques has understood the importance of keeping pace with the huge developments in the field of telecommunications on international level which leads to regulatory changes in the competitive and investment environment of this sector, and how these developments create fundamental changes in the infrastructure and regulation of the telecommunications sector in the Kingdom.

In the light of this attention by the Government, the Royal Decree No. (M/12) dated 12/3/1422H was issued to approve Telecommunications Act and the Ordinance of the Saudi Communications Commission which were issued by The Council of Ministers Decision No. (74) dated 5/3/1422H

These legislations aim to face the challenges of the coming stage in the field of telecommunications, and creating a competitive environment based on equity and transparency emerging from it provision of high quality universal telecommunications services at affordable prices, activating the role of the private sector and motivating its investments in that field.

Due to the importance of the role of the Information Technology and its adherence with the successive developments in the telecommunications world, the Commission was entrusted with new tasks related to information technology whereas the Council of Ministers Decision No. (133) dated 21/5/1424H was issued changing the name of the Saudi Communications Commission to become (Communications and Information Technology Commission) and amending the Commission Ordinance to be consistent with the new name and to be added to its tasks stipulated in the Ordinance.

http://www.citc.gov.sa
75606 Riyadh 11588
+966 11 4618000
+966 11 4618002
Council of Competitiveness
Council of Competitiveness

Consistent with the economic policy which is based on the principles of competition which is adopted by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia due to considerable developments are taking place in the economic arena. To strengthen the climate of competition in the business sector, a Royal Decree No. M/25 has been issued on 4/5/1425H approving the Competition Law.

For implementing this Law a Royal Order No A/292, dated 6/9/1426H was issued regarding the formation of the Council of Competition Protection.

The Council of Competition Protection is an independent council which is in charge of supervising the implementation of the Competition Law that aims specifically at protecting and encouraging fair competition and combat monopolistic practices that affect Lawful competition.

In order to achieve these goals, the Council performs a number of functions and duties such as approving the merger and acquisition of firms that resulting in a dominant position in the market, Ordering investigation, collecting evidences pertaining to complaints practices in violation of provisions of the Competition Law, and ordering prosecution.
The Council of Competition Protection will maintain the competitive environment for the business sector with justice and transparency in the local markets, which would enable businesses to compete freely as well as enable the consumers to benefit from the fair competition.

As per the wish to increase awareness of the importance of competition and spreading the competition culture, the Council will communicate with the Business Sector practicing in the Saudi Market. The Council will explain the rights and commitments of the Business Sector in accordance with the Competition Law by means of preparing and holding introductory workshops and seminars.

http://www.ccp.org.sa/
5729 Riyadh 11127
+966 11 4774312
+966 11 4776939
Council of Saudi Chambers
Council of Saudi Chambers

The Council for Saudi Chambers of Commerce and Industry is the official federation for the 28 Saudi Chambers. The Council was formed as per the Royal Decree # R/6 dated 30/04/1400 Hijri (March 1980) with its head office in Riyadh. Its main objective is to observe the common interests of the Saudi Chambers, represent them on local and international levels and assist in the enhancement of the private sector’s role in the development of the national economy.

When the Council formed its executive arm, the General Secretariat of the Council, it started its actual tasks as of 1401 H (1981). Since then, the Council took good strides towards the realization of the objectives assigned to it.

The key role of the Council is to serve the common interests of the Saudi Chambers, support the development of the private sector and enhance its role in the national development.

The Council managed, through the support of the Chambers and relevant government authorities, to realize a large portion of its objectives in different fields.

+966 11 2182151
+966 11 2182249
General Auditing Bureau
General Auditing Bureau

General Auditing Bureau

http://www.gab.gov.sa
7185 Riyadh 11128
+966 11 4056770
+966 11 4033056
General Intelligence Presidency
General Intelligence Presidency

GIP is one of the security apparatuses in Saudi Arabia that aims first and foremost to provide security and stability, and to work towards preserving the gains of the homeland inside and outside the kingdom. It is an administrative entity that has a specific organizational structure, and holds a set of clear strategies and goals that endeavors to achieve in accordance with firm principles and values which conform, in essence and content, to the unwavering fundamentals on which Saudi Arabia stands

http://www.gip.gov.sa
985
General Organization for Social Insurance (GOSI)
General Organization for Social Insurance (GOSI)

The Social Insurance Law was issued under the Royal Decree No. M/22 dated 15/11/1969. The Annuities Branch was implemented on 01/01/1393H. and the Occupational Hazards Branch on 01/07/1402H. The Law was amended by the Royal Decree No. M/33 dated 29/11/2000. and implemented as of 01/04/2001.
The General Organization for Social Insurance (GOSI) was established to implement the provisions of the Social Insurance Law and follow-up the process of achieving the compulsory insurance coverage, collecting contributions from employers and paying benefits for the eligible contributors or their family members.
GOSI is a semi-state body that enjoys administrative and financial independence. An eleven-member Board of Directors, supervises GOSI. The members are Minister of Labor, Chairman; GOSI Governor, Vice-Chairman; three members representing Ministries of Labor, Finance and Health; three members of highly qualified contributors; and three members of employers. GOSI exercises its activities through the Head Office and 21 field offices located in a number of regions and governorates in the Kingdom.
The Social Insurance Scheme is an aspect of social cooperation and solidarity provided by the society for citizens. The Scheme covers workers in private sector and a group of workers in public sector. It also provides the contributors and their families with a decent life after leaving work due to retirement, disability or death; medical care for contributors afflicted with work injuries or occupational diseases; and necessary compensation in the event of occupational disability or death.

http://www.gosi.gov.sa
2963 Riyadh 11461
+966 11 4777735
+966 11 4777735
General Presidency OF Two Holy Mosques
General Presidency OF Two Holy Mosques

General Presidency OF Two Holy Mosques Located in Makkah Near to The HOly Mosque.

http://www.gph.gov.sa
+966 12 5733777
+966 12 5724433
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