CSC launches ‘To Whom It May Concern’ certificate issuance via ‘Sahel’

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Civil Service Commission introduces ‘To Whom It May Concern’ certificate issuance via ‘Sahel.’

KUWAIT CITY, June 9: The Civil Service Commission unveiled a new electronic service on Sunday, enabling individuals to obtain a “To Whom It May Concern” certificate through the “Sahel” application. In a statement posted on its social media platform account, the Commission announced that this certificate, issued by the Service Bureau, provides information on registration status in the central employment system and appointment status in agencies implementing integrated systems.

The introduction of this electronic service marks a significant step towards enhancing accessibility and efficiency in obtaining essential certificates related to employment and appointment status. With the “Sahel” application, users can now conveniently access and obtain the necessary documentation without the need for physical visits to government offices.

The Civil Service Commission emphasized the importance of leveraging technology to streamline administrative processes and improve service delivery to citizens. This latest initiative underscores the Commission’s commitment to embracing digital transformation and leveraging innovative solutions to meet the evolving needs of the public.

The introduction of the “To Whom It May Concern” certificate issuance service through the “Sahel” application is expected to simplify and expedite the process for individuals requiring proof of registration and appointment status within the civil service. Citizens and residents alike can now benefit from this convenient and accessible electronic service, facilitating their interactions with government agencies and promoting greater transparency and efficiency in administrative procedures.

For more information on how to access the new electronic service and obtain the “To Whom It May Concern” certificate, individuals are encouraged to visit the official website of the Civil Service Commission or access the “Sahel” application directly.

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