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lot 2: maintenance and repair of vehicles brand renault for the needs of the police directorate celje (pu ce-2);
Chief Sanitary Inspectors of Sanitation Directorate was assigned the task of monitoring each zone in the city.
He praised the constructive dialogues and the delegation of powers, which is a step forward to enable the directorates and departments to have a greater role in decision-making, as a temporary working team was formed to define the powers and competences of the directorates and departments in the governorates, adding that the results and recommendations of the seminar will be submitted to Dr.
His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, has ordered the promotion of 311 noncommissioned officers and personnel of the Directorate of Residency and Foreign Affairs (GDRFA) in Dubai, including one officer promoted to the rank of Brigadier and other six officers to the rank of Major.
The directorate of finance and procurement will be responsible for ensuring that issues of police finance and procurement conducted in a transparent manner.
Patients were suspected of having dengue fever, but the health directorate is still awaiting the results from the Central Lab in Riyadh.
All directorates of the C have met the required standards in their operations and the services they provide, to merit Lloyd's certification.
The G9 directorate is a diversified strategic and business office and will be responsible for a full range of transportation services and policy and business oversight.
Propulsion Directorate at Wright-Patterson AFB, is recognized for high-temperature superconductors.
Per an agreement with the commanders of AFMC and AETC, these two organizations, while still part of and responsive to their parent commands, also serve as directorates within SAF/IA.
The E&P Directorate is in charge of the upstream sector, including ADNOC's exploration work and the E&P joint ventures: onshore ADCO (the largest oil producer), offshore ADMA-OPCO (the third largest oil producer), ZADCO (the second oil producer), and the smaller producers offshore.
The Operations and Resource Management Directorates merged on 1 January 2003.

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