Accountability and Performance Measurement of Corporate Governance in the Public Sector of Saudi Arabia

This paper will analyze the accountability and performance measurement of corporate governance in the public sector of Saudi Arabia. In doing so, it will firstly provide an overview of the existing literature on accountability and performance measurement within corporate governance frameworks. Secondly, it will develop a conceptual framework for understanding how accountability and performance measurement work within the Saudi Arabian public sector. Finally, it will use this framework to critically analyze how accountability and performance measurement are currently being undertaken in the public sector of Saudi Arabia.

Information Lifecycle Management: What is it and how does it work?

Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) is a system that helps businesses optimize their use of information by identifying and categorizing data according to its value. ILM works by categorizing data into three categories: core, secondary, and tertiary data. Once data has been categorized, organizations can put in place rules and processes for how that data should be managed throughout its lifespan.

E-government in New Zealand: An Introduction

E-government is an important part of the decentralizing process in New Zealand, as it allows the government to offer services to the public and various institutions in a more efficient and effective way.

The Use of Torture: Pros and Cons

The essay looks at the pros and cons of torture, with a focus on whether it can ever be justified. It argues that while there may be some circumstances in which torture could be considered acceptable, on balance, the negatives of torture far outweigh the positives.

The JFK International Airport: A World-Class Experience

The JFK International Airport is a world-class facility that is committed to providing superior customer service and maintaining a safe and secure environment. The airport has experienced significant growth in recent years, handling nearly 59 million passengers in 2015. The JFK International Airport is profitable, with income from operations of $274 million in 2015. The airport has significant assets totaling $9 billion as of December 31, 2015, and generates significant cash flow from operations, which was used to fund capital expenditures of $233 million and make debt payments of $41 million in 2015.