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He said, "I had the opportunity to witness the signing of an extension of the relationship between the KRG and the British National School of Government.
From cultural events like the recent UK film festival in Erbil, to their partnership and assistance in the academic sector, to capacity building and training in the government through organizations like the Westminster Foundation for Democracy and the National School of Government, our people have benefited greatly from their presence here.
So if he needs to brush up his governing skills he should consider the National School of Government in Sunningdale, Berkshire.
Sir Andrew, who was wearing a suit and tie himself at the launch of the National School of Government in central London, said this could be particularly relevant in hot weather.
It is being organised in co-operation with the National School of Government, the UK, and will continue until Wednesday.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The former director general of strategy at the Ministry of Justice and the Department for Constitutional Affairs has been named as the new principal and chief executive of the National School of Government, replacing Robin Ryde who has been acting principal and chief executive since David Spencer left the organisation last September.
The job of overseeing the NDA has been moved from BERR's energy group to its shareholder executive in an attempt to tighten up accounting while the NDA has sent its finance staff for retraining at the National School of Government run by the civil service, the report reveals.
The DMA officers will meet with the leaders of the National School of Government in London and also Birmingham University School of Public Policy.