Owned by the Abu Dhabi Government and managed by Abu Dhabi Council for Economic Development (ADCED), the Sharaka initiative was launched in July 2018 as part of "Ghadan 21" programme to support the private sector’s development and enhance the ease of doing business in Abu Dhabi.
The online government platform further bolsters cooperation with the private sector operating in the emirate by addressing its concerns with government outstanding dues via a trusted communication mechanism based on transparency, responsiveness and constructive dialogue.
The online platform allows government’s private sector companies in Abu Dhabi to submit their outstanding invoices to be fast-tracked for payment. Cases are dealt through a set of criteria that ensures payments are properly billed and settled in a timely manner.
In the future, the platform will be expanded to include the interaction with the private sector and be the receiver of comments, complaints, and suggestions that aid in the development of Abu Dhabi economy.
Sharakah is a key initiative of the Abu Dhabi Government’s "Ghadan 21" programme and has been designed to help make Abu Dhabi a place that is easy to do business and help private enterprise prospers.
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