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Mr. Homayoun Seddiq

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Mr. Homayoun Seddiq received two master degrees from the French university of Montpellier III, one in management and one in sociology. When he moved to the US he also followed advanced classes in English and business communication.

He worked as the director of monitoring and evaluation at the Independent Civil Service Commission for two years, 2004-2006. Mr. Seddiq represented the Civil Service Commission in the Afghanistan National Development Strategy (ARSD) where he played a key role in drafting the Public Administration Reform strategy which became the government official policy to establish good governance. He also presented the first model of monitoring and evaluation of reformed government agencies which included two directorates of ministry of Telecommunication and Information Technology as well as the office of Control and Audit.

From 2006 to 2009, he was director general of State Owned Enterprises SOE in the Ministry of Finance and conducted the government ambitious privatization program. He restructured the directorate of SOE and increased the collection of revenues from State Owned Enterprise significantly. Under Mr. Seddiq management the government of Afghanistan was able to privatize five SOE in a transparent way by using technical assistance from an international and independent consulting firm.

In 2015, he joined the ministry of Communication and Information Technology as the senior advisor to the minister during which time he worked extensively on creating a management model based on efficiency and international best practices. His efforts was also based on Free Access policy for Optic Fiber to grant private companies access to this market. He traveled to China and conducted negotiations to connect Afghanistan to Chinese fiber network.  

Mr. Seddiq participated in different trainings as a senior government official such as the monitoring and evaluation in Thailand, Public Private Partnership in Tokyo, and multinational development and peace building process in Malaysia.

Homayoun Seddiq is fluent in four languages, Dari, Pushto, English and French.