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Privacy Policy

 

​Introduction

The Ministry of Civil Service represented by the Digital Transformation Deputyship is keen to adhere to the approved methodologies related to the privacy of citizen information. This policy explains how to collect and process personal information when applying for job announcements, updating job information, or using any of the Ministry's platforms, whether through the website or smart phones. Approval on this policy is a prerequisite to benefit from the Ministry's services. This policy has been prepared to explain the following:
  • Personal information collected by the Ministry.
  • Sharing of personal information with other entities.
  • the Ministry responsibilities towards personal information.
  • The rights and responsibilities of beneficiaries in respect of their personal information.


Personal Information Collected by the Ministry

When the client registers for the services of the Ministry, the Ministry will collect the following information:
  • Personal identification information, such as: Full Name, National ID Number, Mobile Number, E-mail Address, National Address, and others.
  • Academic information, such as certificates and academic transcripts.
  • Career information, such as CVs, career and experience certificates, and career history.
  • Login information for your account (username and password (encrypted)).

Privacy of Children's Personal Identification Information

The services of the Ministry are not intended for people under the age of 18 years. Therefore, the Ministry does not collect personal identification information for anyone under the age of 18 years. A guardian may submit a notice to the Ministry in the event that information is collected from people under his/her guardianship who are under the age of 18, then the Ministry will take the necessary action/s.

Sharing of Personal Information with other Entities

The Ministry uses personal information for various purposes that include:
  • The Ministry uses Personal Identification Information to notify the beneficiary of any updates regarding the services it provide.
  • In order for the Ministry to better provide its services, the Ministry may share academic and job information with various government agencies or departments, or with non-governmental entities authorized to perform specific government services to carry out the Ministries work. For example, the Ministry may send CV or academic qualifications to other ministry or other entity.
The beneficiary's consent to this policy means that he/she agrees to sharing his/her personal information by the Ministry with other government agencies or other companies.

Cookies

The Ministry uses cookies to implement its services. Cookies are files that contain a small amount of information that may include a unique identifier that is anonymous. Cookies are sent to a browser from the ministry's website and stored on its device.
Examples of cookies used by the ministry:
  • Session cookies. Used to run the ministry's services.
  • Preference cookies. It is used to remember different preferences and settings.
  • Security Cookies. Used for security purposes.

​Responsibilities of the Ministry Towards Personal Information

The Ministry of Civil Service is committed to preserving the personal data of the beneficiaries as their extraction, processing and sharing are only for reasons required to carry out the official work. The Ministry is also committed to using secure communication channels when sending personal information outside the Ministry. The Ministry of Civil Service is not responsible for the mechanisms and methods of protecting information for other sites, and advises the beneficiaries to refer to the privacy policies of those sites. 


Service Providers

The Ministry of Civil Service uses companies or individuals to facilitate or develop its services. These parties may have access to personal information to perform official work on behalf of the Ministry. These companies and third parties are obliged not to disclose such information and are obliged not to use it for any other purpose.

Rights of Beneficiaries with Respect to their Personal Information

  • The beneficiary has the right to approve or object on this policy. The non-approval of this policy means not benefiting from the services of the Ministry. The beneficiary may contact the General Administration of Governance and Planning to ascertain the compliance of the Ministry of Civil Service with approved methodologies.
  • The beneficiary has the right to access and update his personal information whenever required.
  • The beneficiary may also submit an official communication to the Ministry in the event of a violation of the privacy of his/her personal information.


Policy Update

The Ministry may update the Privacy Policy from time to time. Visitors to the portal will be notified of any updates to this policy and we advise everyone to periodically review this Privacy Policy.

For More Information

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Last Update: 4/29/2019 5:28 PM
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