Reforms in public sector help Ethiopia to register encouraging results
Addis Ababa, 12 December 2013 (WIC) - Reforms implemented in the public service over the past decade helped the country to register encouraging results and make sure that the sector is on the right truck to support the development, the Ministry of Civil Service said.
The Minister Muktar Kedir made the remark while opening a three-day capacity building workshop on “Innovation and Performance Management Evaluation in Africa's Public Service: the Role of Human Resource Managers”.
The Minister said the civil service program is an important component of the reform agenda. The program consists of five sub programs related to top management system, human resource and public expenditure management, public service delivery and ethics and anti-corruption.
He said an important part of this transformation movement has been the introduction of business process re-engineering and various performance measurement tools. The civil servants are familiarizing themselves with these tools, the Minister said.
Political Affairs Commissioner with the African Union Commission, Dr Aisha L. Abdoullahi said AUC believes that Public Service and Administration has a strong potential to strengthen the legitimacy of any government and to prevent destructive conflicts in Africa.
This alone makes public service and administration an important driver of development, peace, stability and human security in a country.
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