|Dr. Joe Abah, DG, BPSR with Acting Head of the Civil Service of the Federation, Mrs. Winifred Oyo-Ita,|
The highlights of the Director General briefing included the following key activities of the Bureau:
- The BPSR publication, titled “Public Service Reforms in Nigeria, 1999-2014: A Comprehensive Review” which assesses the impact of all key governance reforms in Nigeria since 1999. The compendium presents the reform initiatives, achievements, major challenges, and next steps, and also serve as a comprehensive baseline for future public service reform efforts.
- The conduct of the public perception survey of Nigerian households, private establishments and public organizations to find out how Nigerians feel about the various reforms that the successive government has embarked on between 2009 and 2014. The Survey forms a robust baseline on which to launch future public service reform efforts in 2016.
- Update of the National Strategy for Public Service Reforms (NSPSR).
- Update on the Oronsaye Report and Government White Paper on the Report of the Presidential Committee on the Restructuring and Rationalization of Federal Government Agencies, Parastatals and Commissions; and
- BPSR publication of the documents titled (i) How to Merge and Wind Down MDAs, and Parastatals (ii) Manage and Reforms Agencies and Parastatals.
- Merger and Restructuring of MDAs
- Review of Oronsaye Report and White Paper
- SMAT-P and Lead-P capacity building programmes
- Performance Management System
- HR Curriculum and Skills Inventory
- Compendium of Public Service Reforms
- Nigeria Atomic Energy Commission (NAEC)
- Manpower Budget Defence; and
- IPPIS Steering Committee.
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