Home  |  Login  |  FAQ  |  Advertise  |  Services  |  Recommend  |  FeedBack  |  Contact Us  

 Other Sections
Business Directory
Real Estate
Our Services
News Headlines »
 More »
Government introduces reform in public sector
News Date: 22nd March 2011

he Chief of Staff in the President’s Office, Dr. Kelfala Marrah, has allayed fears of civil servants that the limelight on performance monitoring is a ploy for witch hunting.

He called on MDA’s to constantly review their performance tracking tables (PTTs) as a means to help them stay on target. The Chief of Staff was speaking to senior MDA teams at State House during the orientation for introduction of performance contracts to Permanent Secretaries last week.

The Director of Public Sector Reform, Dr. Julius Sandy emphasized the need for the two groups to constantly work together on feedback from pilot MDA’s

The UNDP Civil Service Reform Advisor, Cleophas Trorori, based at HRMO said the achievement of targets in the PTTs would depend on the performance of staff at all levels within the MDA’s.

He noted that it reflects a paradigm shift in the management of public affairs within a demand for increased accountability.

Performance contracts for public servants should be ready for signature by mid April this year. The Director of Strategy, M R. Koroma chaired the ceremony.

Source: www.awokonews

 More »
 Search News
 Advanced Search

  Latest News Headlines
'Most wanted Nazi' Sandor Kepiro, 97, tried in Hungary
Vote 2011: Public going to the polls across UK
Deadly bombing hits Iraqi police
Egypt ex-minister Habib al-Adly jailed for 12 years
Fukushima workers enter nuclear reactor building
Apple acts on iPhone tracking bug
Syria: Raid in Damascus suburb as people defy crackdown
Libya: International group discusses funding for rebels
Ivory Coast troops retake pro-Gbagbo area of Abidjan
South Africa team to tackle gay and lesbian hate crimes
»  More latest news
 Popular News Items

Copyright © BusinessSierraleone. All Rights Reserved.