About


Vision

To become a program that is the enabling engine contributing in elevating National infrastructure efficiency, effectiveness and sustainability to international levels.

Mission

Lead a transformation process to enable Public Entities' Projects and Facility Management Organizations and create a dynamic ecosystem to manage projects and facilities at highest levels of efficiency and effectiveness.

Our Objective


Council of Ministers Resolution


Council of Ministers Resolution No. (485) issued on 16/11/1436H states the establishment of a national program titled “National Program to Support the Management of Projects in Public Entities” Target to contribute in upgrading the quality of project execution in public entities through applying the best international practices in project management.
  • Improve efficiency and quality of projects.
  • Establish the criteria for program Management Offices.
  • Implement best international practices.
  • Develop project standard contract template for PMO.
On 8/11/1438H, The Cabinet approved the amendment of the program’s name by issuing the decree No. (666) which states the new name as “The National Project Management, Operation and Maintenance Organization”. The Cabinet also has approved the amendment of paragraph C in Decree No. (485) dated on 16/11/1436H to be “The program is supervised by a board chaired by the Minister of Economy and Planning and it includes the following members: Minister of Commerce and Investment, Minister of Finance, Minister labor and Social development and three experts appointed by the chairman.”

Departments


    • Entity Enablement
      The mandate of the Enablement Department is to transform Saudi Government Ministries and Entities (“Entities”) into efficient and effective project delivery organizations by implementing Mashroat core knowledge, project methods and training programs.
    • Mashroat Institute
      The Mashroat Institute will develop competencies and capabilities that develop strong technical, leadership and professional skills through delivery of “knowledge sharing and transfer” programs. The Mashroat Institute function includes departments for Program Management Training; Learning, and Development; Knowledge Sharing; and Research and Development. Mashroat Institute’s prime objective is to provide government entities with the training, tools, techniques and guidance to build capabilities and leverage best practices employed worldwide. This will be achieved by developing a learning culture, which focuses on transferring knowledge and always trying to improve on existing processes to increase efficiency, improve sustainability and maximize effectiveness.
    • Professional Excellence
      The Professional Excellence department will revolve around a “Think Tank” mandated with bringing about systematic and highly developed proven and tested mechanisms to promote and instill excellence in the day-to-day activities involved in delivery of Infrastructure projects. The Professional Excellence function includes departments for standardization, quality control, continuous improvement, risk management and training. The prime objective is to provide government entities with the training, tools, techniques and guidance to build their capabilities and introduce best practices employed worldwide. This will be achieved by developing a culture of always trying to improve on existing processes to increase efficiency, improve sustainability and maximize effectiveness.
    • Infrastructure Planning
      The Infrastructure Planning Department’s key functions include 5-year projects portfolio planning, strategic national integrated infrastructure planning and project initial planning. The Infrastructure Planning Department’s primary objective is to provide Government Entities (and their EPMOs) with the procedures, tools, training and guidance to develop their capabilities and introduce international best practices in infrastructure portfolio planning and project initial planning – as critical components of project management.
    • Core Knowledge
      A core value of Mashroat is to provide knowledge and standards to get the job done right. The Core Knowledge Department includes major functions for engineering, project controls, contracts, construction, and safety. The Core Knowledge Department defines and raises the standards of the core areas of capital project management: Engineering, Project Controls, Contracts, Construction, and safety. Through implementation and monitoring of the core technical standards, the Kingdom will achieve world-class execution of capital projects.
    • Monitoring and Evaluation
      The Monitoring and Evaluation department will deliver its mandate of bringing about systematic, highly developed, proven and tested mechanisms to promote data-driven analysis in the day-to-day activities involved in delivery of Infrastructure projects. The Monitoring and Evaluation function includes development and implementation of the Mashroat Dashboard to collect projects’ information, monitoring and evaluation of projects. It provides the Entity responsible for the project and other mandated Government bodies and agencies such as ADAA (National Center for Performance Measurement), BSR (Bureau of Spending Rationalization, NAZAHA (National Anti-Corruption Commission), etc. as well as the Mashroat Board with monthly reports on projects performance. The prime objective is to provide government Entities with tools and guidance to build their capabilities and introduce best practices employed worldwide. This will be achieved by developing a culture of data driven analysis to improve the efficiency of project execution.
  • Stakeholder Management
    Stakeholder Management can be defined as the systematic identification, analysis and planning of actions to communicate, engage and negotiate with, influence and obtain consents from stakeholders. It is necessary to know about the expectations of different stakeholders and to determine to what extent they could and would exert an influence to reduce/eliminate the risk of delaying the Project. Stakeholder Management is a process and control that must be planned and guided by underlying principles. Projects generally impact a large number of organizations that have an interest in the development; this includes government organizations and authorities that provide planning consent and approval, utilities and service companies expected to supply or entities that own utility infrastructure assets which may be impacted by, and existing landowners and land users currently on or adjacent to the various Projects.