With a career spanning 24 years, Mr. Ebrahim Ali Al Tamimi is a seasoned expert in institutional evaluation and ICT, in addition to being a member of the executive management of the Bahrain Chamber.
Throughout his career, he has held significant roles in his field, including heading the evaluation committees of the Dubai Government Excellence Program, and chairing the Digital Government Award in Saudi Arabia, in addition to holding the position of the General Director of the Bahrain Best Practices Program, he also served as CEO of the Future Court; which is a platform for anticipating future trends, and the Director of the Bahrain Center of Excellence.
Mr. Al Tamimi has also chaired the evaluation committees for prestigious awards such as the Arab Government Excellence Award (Kingdom of Bahrain branch), moreover, in 2016, he assessed candidates applying for the Mohammed bin Rashid Government Excellence Awards. In 2017, he served as a member of the evaluation committee for royal awards in the Kingdom of Bahrain.
In 2001, he was an early pioneer of Bahrain's digital landscape, where one of his most impactful contributions came in 2011 when he advised the Government of Bahrain to create the first electronic system for monitoring government processes and services. This system has since evolved into a comprehensive tool for measuring government performance, implementing recommendations, and monitoring best practices. In 2014, Mr. Al Tamimi authored the first book on the best practices of the Government of Bahrain, which was recognized by the United Nations.
Mr. Al Tamimi holds a Master’s degree in engineering management from George Washington University, and a Master’s degree in public administration from Aix-Marseille University, and a Bachelor’s degree in information technology from the University of Bahrain.