Ielts’ test documents for Dubai are not complete
The first of three Dubai documents to be made public by the Ielits test company was released today.
The documents, which cover the first six months of Ielters’ two-year contract with Dubai authorities, are the first that have been made public in the Dubai-based company’s public documents.
The information included in the documents, obtained by CBC News through a freedom of information request, is redacted to prevent the release of sensitive information.
The three documents are titled “Ielts Contracts and Agreements with Dubai Municipalities” and “Ile-ts Documents of the Iselts Contract”.
The documents are a guide to the Dubai municipality’s procedures, the city’s legal obligations and legal interpretations and their implications for Ielsts contract with the municipality.
They were first published by the Dubai Times on January 31.
In an email, Ielms said the documents have not been fully reviewed, and will be “reviewed in the near future”.
The company is a subsidiary of IELTS, which is owned by the UAE’s Ministry of Economic Development.
The UAE has one of the world’s largest sovereign wealth funds.
It said the Dubai documents are not final, and that the documents “are subject to revision in the coming days”.
Ielms has been involved in Dubai’s financial planning and infrastructure since 2008.
In 2014, the company was awarded the $4 billion IELT contract to build the country’s airport.