Afghan Biographies

Alami, Musa Mohammad


Name Alami, Musa Mohammad
Ethnic backgr. Uzbek
Date of birth
Function/Grade ANSA Afghanistan National Standards Authority President
History and Biodata

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President and CEO of the Afghanistan National Standards Authority ANSA:

Popal Popalzai, (Pashtun)  (2007, 20120617)
Naqibullah Fayeq (20160205, 20180524)
Mohammad Musa Alami acting (20190122, 20200314)

Technical Deputy Director General
Dr. Mujiburrahman Khateer 
Email: admin.ansa@gmail.com
Office: +93 (0) 752045158
Cell phone: +93 (0) 700 215 246

The Afghanistan National Standards Authority (ANSA) chief 20120617 said they had set 125 different benchmarks, but lacked product certification facilities. Popalzai Popal complained that they were faced with a shortage of professional staff and sophisticated equipment for the certification of products.(20120706)
Khwaja Jawed Sediqqi (20200715)

Head of projects:
Ehsanullah Hayat (20200715)
 

Background:
ANSA, functioning within the Ministry of Commerce and Industries, was established by Decree 952 signed by the President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan on 2 June 2004. ANSA was approved as an independent standards body by the Council of Ministers, Government of Afghanistan, on 20 August 2007 which was later ratified by Afghan Parliament on 25 February 2008. ANSA works toward the following objectives:
1 To serve the Afghan stakeholders (government, industry and consumers) in the fields of standardization, conformity assessment, accreditation and metrology.
2 To improve commercial interactions, build the technical infrastructure and capacity, develop human resources, and establish closer ties amongst relevant institutions.
3 To encourage the private sector to participate in standardization, conformity assessment, accreditation and metrology activities to contribute to commercial interactions within Afghanistan.
4 To enhance implementation of international standards as well as regional and national standards and their application in business and industry.
5 To improve awareness of the role and to promote the benefits of standardization and conformity assessment, accreditation and metrology amongst government, the private sector and the general public.

ANSA is operating in five fields (Petroleum Products, Food, Construction, Cosmetics and Metrology) and is planning to expand its activities to two new fields of Textile and Electrical Goods in 2009. Technical committees (TC) are going to be established in all fields of operations.

Afghan National Standards Authority (ANSA) officially launched its Strategic Plan in Kabul 20110330 to unveil how the agency will build Afghanistan's quality infrastructure over the next five years.
 

Afghanistan National Standardization Authority
Kabul Jalababad Road Industrial Park AF- Kabul
Postal Address: Central Post Office P.O. Box 5172 AF- Kabul
Tel: +93 752093126
E-mail: ansa.ceo(at)gmail.com

2. Previous Function:
ANSA Afghanistan National Standards Authority President (acting) (20190122)

3. Biodata:
Mohammad Musa Alami studied civil enineering at different turkish Universities (B.A., M.A. Izmir Institue of Technology (2012-2014) He was a lecturer at Helmand University Department of Civil Engineering. (2007)

Head of Afghanistan National Standards Authority was arrested while receiving $100,000 bribe last night, officials said Thursday July 16, 2020. Two of his colleagues, including his technical deputy projects manager, were also arrested in connection with the case, the Attorney General’s Office said in a statement. Office of the Attorney General’s (AGO) spokesperson Jamshid Rasuli said that Director Mohammad Musa Alami was arrested after complaints from 180 businessmen and entrepreneurs. He added that the original bribery demand had been for $200,000. There were also allegations against ANSA’s technical deputy Khwaja Jawed Sediqqi and head of projects Ehsanullah Hayat, along with deputies responsible for judicial control and supervision of the judicial administration.(20200716)

Acting Director of Afghanistan National Standards Authority Mohammad Musa Alami and three other officials of the standard authority were sentenced  in the appellate court of Anti-Corruption Judicial Center over a bribery scheme he operated to secure $10,000. They were found guilty of bribery and were sentenced to 16 years in prison and fined $100,000. Alami received another fine penalty of $200 for carrying illegal firearms. (20201013)

 

Last Modified 2020-10-13
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