Duties and Responsibilities of Communication Affairs Support Process.
1. In leading and coordination of the duties of the sector’s communication works, it organizes,prepares as well as disseminates various information to concerned bodies.
2. In order to meet the bureau’s visions and missions it will work towards ensuring harmonious relationship between the bureau and the community as well as the medias
while, planning, coordinating and implementation of the activities of public relations.
3. It coordinates and put into effect the existence of strong information exchange systems among the bureau’s work processes and the staff members.
4. It will follow up media outlets and conduct surveys on environmental situations with regard to the bureau and related affairs. Besides, it will collect customers’ suggestions,
analyze and forward them to the bureau’s head.
5. It coordinates the bureau’s relationship with mass-medias; and causes information enquiries to be responded properly.
6. It plans, arranges and implements field visits for the bureau’s executives, regional government higher officials and journalists to various development activities and projects.
7. In collaboration with the regional Government Communication Office, it promotes the bureau’s policies, strategies, plans, programmers through radio and television
editions that will help national consensus and image building.
8. In case of unprecedented event and in consultation with the bureau’s different bodies, it disseminates reliable information and works towards settlements of disputes.
9. It arranges, plans, and put into practice both regular and new events.
10. Ensures that the bureau’s announcements are made with the required standards, clear and reliable in their contents; they are based on regulations and guidelines.
11. Manages the sector’s documentation system.
12. Causes the release of regional directives and basic information that relate with the bureaus mandates through its website. Endorses information contents that have to be
uploaded to the website.
Last Updated (Monday, 19 December 2011 09:08)