A not for profit membership foundation, is the primary source for organizations in Europe looking to excel in their market and in their business. Founded in 1989 by the CEOs of prominent European businesses, EFQM is now the hub of excellent, globally-minded organizations of all sizes and sectors, and both private and public.
    EFQM is the primary source for organizations throughout Europe which are looking for more than quality, but are also striving to excel in their market and in their business. Based in Brussels, EFQM brings together over 700 member organizations and valued partners situated in every geographical region across the globe. 
    EFQM is the creator of the prestigious European Quality Award which recognizes the very top companies each year. EFQM is also the guardian of the EFQM Excellence Model which provides organizations with a guideline to achieve and measure their success.



  •  National School of Administration in France (ENA)

    Created by General De Gaulle in October 1945, the founding principles of the Ecole nationale d’administration are to broaden access to the highest executive levels of government service, and to provide professional training for senior civil servants. 

  • The Dubai School of Government (DSG)

     is a research and teaching institution focusing on public policy in the Arab world. Established in 2005 under the patronage of HH Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai, in cooperation with the Harvard Kennedy School, DSG aims to promote good governance through enhancing the Region’s capacity for effective public policy.



  • Bahrain Excellence Center

     A Non-governmental organization aiming at improving the performance, services and results of the public sector at first, and then the private sector in Bahrain to reach an international pioneering level through scientific approaches managed continuously and focus on enhancement initiatives, empowerment, excellence, knowledge exchange and criteria and indicators that suit the public sector and the knowledge economy requirements. 



  • National Council for Family Affairs (NCFA)

    A civil society organization presided by Her Majesty Queen Rania Al-Abdullah, NCFA is an umbrella organization that supports, coordinates and facilitates the work of its partners and relevant institutions which are involved and influential in the field of family affairs. NCFA multi-sectoral and participatory approach ensured establishing strong partnerships with national governmental and non-governmental organizations, and international organizations.


  • Ministry of Public Sector Development (MoPSD)

    The Ministry of Public Sector Development (MoPSD) was established to enhance the performance of ministries and public institutions, transform and modernize civil service functions and to upgrade services to citizens.

    MoPSD is responsible for giving solid support and commitment to operate the Public Sector Reform (PSR) program, and guaranteeing its continuity to accomplish the desired reforms. The change towards the best happens rapidly and represents an active tool to many of important opportunities for all parties and must be taken in order to reach the governmental institutions at a high level of efficiency that serves citizens with new scientific and practical ways. Believing that qualified human resources is the key of the success of the process of developing the public sector.


  • Cooperation Agreement between Royal Jordanian and King Abdullah II Center for Excellence

    Royal Jordanian and King Abdullah II Center for Excellence signed a cooperation agreement under which Royal Jordanian grants preferential benefits to the award-winning institutions of the King Abdullah II Award for Excellence for the private sector.
    Royal Jordanian President/CEO Amer Hadidi and Executive Director of the King Abdullah II Center of Excellence Yasera Ghosheh signed the agreement based on the common desire of both parties to support the culture of excellence and promote private sector organizations to deliver the best products and services. In addition, the agreement encourages the private sector to participate in the King Abdullah II award for excellence and seek to win this award.

    Being the national carrier of Jordan, Royal Jordanian’s vision is to connect Jordan and the Levant with the world. On Dec. 15, 2013, Royal Jordanian will celebrate its 50th anniversary.
    Its fleet of 33 modern and comfortable aircraft reaches 60 direct destinations and around 850 cities in more than 150 countries through its airline partners in the oneworld airline alliance that RJ joined in 2007.
    At the end of 2007, the airline was transferred to the private sector; today Jordanians own around 70% of its shares.