Monday 02 October 2023
Principles and Values
OMSAR 25 years of commitment
List 10 years of Achievements
Employment and training opportunities
Public Service Reform
Sectoral and Organizational performance measurement and inspection program
Strengthening of Strategic Planning Capacities in Ministries
Strengthening Human Resources Management Capacities in the Lebanese Public Sector
Senior Officials' appointment
Demand Driven Institutional Development
Technical Assistance to support Tripoli Special Economic Zone
Technical Assistance to the Central Administration of Statistics (CAS)
Public Procurement Transformation
Training and Capacity Building
Technical Assistance to Public Procurement Modernization
International, regional and national commitments
The National Anti-Corruption Strategy
The first conference for the implementation of the strategy
Interest and Asset Declaration
Institutional framework and the role of the ministry
Strategy Execution Plan
Empowerment and Capacity Building
Afkar Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) Projects
Visibility and Publications
Public Sector Studies Website
Open Government Program
Donors – Facts and figures
Strategies, Guidelines, Standards and Policies
Lebanon Digital Transformation Strategy 2020-2030
Standards and Guidelines
Lebanese Government Interoperability Framework
Laws and Decrees
Commercial Register through Interoperable Platform (CRTIP)
Digitization of IPR at MOET
Automation of Ministry of Economy and Trade (MOET)
Automation of National Social Security Fund (NSSF)
Records Reparation and Micrographics For the National Civil Registry
OMSAR Portals and Websites
Dawlati - Lebanon E-Government Portal
AFKAR - Civil Society Portal
Senior Government Appointment
Simplification of Procedures
Technical Assistance to the Administrative Simplification in Selected Ministries
Public Administration Support
Infrastructure, Software Products, Enterprise Agreements
Courts Automation Infrastructure
ICT infrastructure (totals and figures 2010 – 2020)
Microsoft Enterprise Agreements
Antivirus Solution for the Lebanese Administration
Help Desk (technical ICT Support)
Support to Courts Automation
Web Hosting and Cloud Services
Guideline and Manuals
Brochures and others
Request for Expression of Interest
Invitation for Pre-Qualification
Notice for Bidding Opportunity
Requests for information
Procurement Announcements of other Public Entities
Standard Bidding Documents
Activities and Training
Access To Information
Dr. Hassan Chalak
Dr. Hassan Chalak
Dr. Hassan Chalak
Government: Salim el Hoss
Assignment Period : 04 Dec 1998 - 26 Oct 2000
Father’s name: Selim
Mother’s name: Zalfa Saadeddine Chalak
Place and date of birth: 15/5/1934, Ajdebbrine- Koura
17/4/1963 - 20/2/1970: Supervisor at the Civil Service Board.
20/2/1970 - 10/12/1970: Chief supervisor at the Civil Service Board.
10/12/1970 - 21/11/1992: Head of the Department of Surveillance and Studies at the above mentioned council.
Director General by proxy of legal affairs at the Presidency of the Republic.
21/11/1992: President of the Civil Service Board.
1961-1962: B.A in Law at Cairo University
1962: B.A in Lebanese Law at the Lebanese University
1977: Diploma in public law at the Lebanese University
1978: Diploma in private law at the Lebanese University
PH.D in public law
1967: Specialization course within the context of Civil Service in the United States.
1968: Training course for promotion to 2nd category at the National Institute for Administration and Development, CSB (2nd rank).
Conferences about social and political institutions in a modern state.
The Lebanese administration: past, present, and future.
A paper about the Civil Service Board.
A paper about public agencies in Lebanon.
He participated in studies concerning the public service within a common program between the American University of Beirut and Harvard University, Kennedy School of government.
Taught at the Lebanese University, since 1978, the following courses: « The Public Administration » and « Social and Political Institutions in a Modern State ».
Taught « the Private Administrative Law » at the Judicial Studies Institute, « the Administrative Law » in Arabic at the American University of Beirut, and the civil service topic as part of the « Administrative Law » at the Arab University.
1979:Represented Lebanon in a conference about the civil service in Syria.
1981:Represented Lebanon in a conference about the civil service in Baghdad.
31/5/1991: Participated in a workshop held at the American University of Beirut where he presented an article titled « Role of the Administration in the Reconstruction and Development of Lebanon ».
April 1993: Participated in a conference about public agencies and their role in Lebanon held at the American University of Beirut. The conference was attended by a number of general directors and ministers.
April 1994: Represented Lebanon in a conference about administrative reform, held in Barcelona under the supervision of U.N.D.P.
December 1994: Represented Lebanon in a conference about administrative reform held in Cairo under the supervision of the E.D.I which is affiliated to the World Bank
March 1995: Participated in a workshop held in Washington by the E.D.I for the evaluation of its activities.
April 1996: Participated in another workshop held in Washington by the E.D.I in order to face challenges of this institution at the approach of the 21st century.
From 24 to 29 /1/1996: Participated in a workshop about administrative reform held by the British Council at ALBERMASTON, Britain.