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Mission Statement

“To provide strategic and administrative support services to the Ministry for Transport, Infrastructure and Capital Projects and advice to the Permanent Secretary, and to co-ordinate the activities of the Directorates falling under the Division to support the Ministry in the attainment of its mission”.

Main Responsibilities 

The overall purpose of the Strategy and Support Division is to provide strategic and administrative support services to the various Departments and Directorates falling under the portfolio of the Ministry for Transport,Infrastructure and Capital Projects, with the aim of ensuring effective, efficient and quality services that support the mission of the Ministry.   Whilst ensuring accurate preparation of management information, the Division coordinates the compilation of Business and Financial Plans and the Human Resources Plans that ensure the continuation of the provision of administrative functions, at the same time attaining a more strategic outlook for the finance and people management functions, whilst improving internal assurance structures.

Director General (Strategy & Support)
Mr Adrian Dalli
E-mailadrian.dalli@gov.mt ​

The Support Services Division performs its functions though the following Directorates:



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Mission Statement

“We strive to foster and develop a person-centered environment with the sole aim of supporting and empowering the Ministry’s workforce to achieve its vision through the implementation of its policies, programmes and projects.”
Main Responsibilities

The People Management Directorate (PMD) embodies the Human Resources Management aspect of the Ministry for Transport, Infrastructure and Capital Projects (MTIP). The Directorate is the hub of the Ministry serving as a liaison between all the Directorates within this Ministry. Its main objective is to meet the organisational requirements of the Ministry and of all its employees in Human Resources including but not limited to employee relations, recruitment, training, progressions, retirements, personal developments, family-friendly measures, allowances and discipline.

This Directorate also ensures that all necessary data in relation to the existing workforce, is made readily available to the various Divisions falling within MTIP, to enable them to plan their respective HR requirements.  The Directorate shall be embarking on the compilation of the training needs of all the employees within MTIP, in order to ensure that its workforce is prepared to meet the challenges presented to it.

The People Management Directorate is made up of 26 employees within Administartive and Clerical section. 

Director (People Management)
Ms. Doreen Cardona
E-mail: doreen.cardona@gov.mt​



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​Mission Statement

“To be responsible for all financial planning, budgeting, financial transactions and financial control pertaining to the Ministry, Permanent Secretariat, and the various Directorates within MTIP”.

Main Responsibilities

The Financial Management Directorate provides the Departments within the Ministry for Transport and Infrastructure and Capital Projects with necessary and effective assistance in matters relating to finance and procurement of supplies and services, whilst providing the management with the required financial monitoring by means of the Financial Control Unit, in order to keep the Directorates’ finances in line with government Financial Regulations. As a result of the monitoring of expenditure, identified savings are transferred to those items where additional funding is required for the efficient operation of the Directorates.
 
Units falling under this directorate are:

Accounts Section
Financial Control Unit
Procurement and Supplies
Registry

Director (Finance and Administration)
Mr. Spiridione Gravino
Email: dione.gravino@gov.mt

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Main Responsibilities

The Security Section provides service throughout all the Departments and locations falling within the Ministry for Transport and Infrastructure and Capital Projects, incorporation Security Personnel and Watchmen. Their responsibilities include inspecting buildings keeping the premises and officers secure, monitoring surveillance equipment and access control systems, report irregularities and permitting entry to staff and visitors according to protocol and procedures.

Head of Security
Mr Carmel Calleja