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Mr. D. I Arabi,   BA, PGDM, MBA, MCIPM (Licenced Human Resource Practitioner), MNIM,
Fellow, Institute of Corporate Administration of Nigeria (FICD)

He attended the following Institutions
Ahmadu Bello University B.A.(Hons)
Usman Dan Fodio University, Sokoto, PG Diploma in Mgmt
Usman Dan Fodio University, Sokoto, M.Sc. Bus. Admin
Harvard Kennedy School of Executive Education

He also attended the following training programs:

  • Modernizing the Public Service
  • Benchmarking and managing performance
  • Policy Analysis and Policy Implementation
  • Role of ICT in Policy Analysis
  • Leading a Project Team
  • Modern Trends on Human Resource Management
  • Writing Council Memo, Notes and Conclusion
  • E-Government in Africa
  • Special Human Resource Forum
  • Delivering Value through People in the Public Sector
  • E-Government Capacity (Executive Course)
  • Strategic Human Resource Management (Master Class)
  • Impact Assessment & Evaluation
  • Compliance Training for Public Officers
  • Improving Research Capacity for PRS
  • Leading a Project Team
  • Modern Trend in Human Resource Management
  • Policy Analysis and Implementation
  • Council Memoranda, Notes & Conclusion
  • Customer Service Delivery in the Public Service
  • Preparatory Training Course for Compulsory Confirmation, Promotion Exam
  • Operationalizing the Strategic Plan of BPSR
  • Leadership & Personal Effectiveness Program
  • Benchmarking & Managing Performance
  • Applying Behavioral Insights to the Design of Public Policy for Senior Executives


  • Member, Nigeria Institute of Management (NIM)
  • Member, Nigeria Marketing Association
  • Member, Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria (CIPMN)
  • Fellow, Institute of Corporate Administration of Nigeria

Wayagari, Yawal Gulak- Director, Finance & Accounts, CNA(2000), ACTI(2011)

Mr. Wayagari Yawal Gulak is the current Director, Finance & Accounts in the Bureau of Public Service Reforms. He was born in 13th July, 1961 in Madagali Local Government Area of Adamawa State. He holds B.Sc. (Accounting) 1985, from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Kaduna and MBA, 2006 from University of Abuja.  He started his career as Accountant II and rose through the Ranks to become Director in 2017. He is a Certified National Accountant (2002) and a member of Association of Chartered Taxation Institute, 2011. Mr. Wayagari Y. Gulak is married with children.




Director, Reform Coordination Department






Director, Strategy, Innovation & Research Department



Head, Strategic Communications Department


Mr. Aliu I. Ibrahim,  DD/Head, Internal Audit Unit, AMNIM, CNA/ANAN

Mr. Aliu I. Ibrahim hails from Share Ifelodun Local Government Area of Kwara State. He holds a B.Sc (Banking & Finance) 1986 from the University of Lagos and MBA (Finance) 2015 from Nasarawa State University, Keffi. He started his working career as an Accountant II at National Population Commission (NPC) in 1991 and now a Deputy Director. Apart from the NPC, he has had a distinguished working career in the Federal Ministry of Trade and Investment, Office of the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation and Bureau of Public Service Reforms.
He was given a commendation letter at the Osun State office of National Population Commission in 1996 for a proper coordination of human and material resources.



  • Keeps and manages Asset/Inventory Record 
  • Stock advice, flow and management




  • Development of ICT strategy for the Bureau
  • Development of ICT Policy
  • Management of system and network infrastructure
  • Application development and management
  • Provision of help desk services
  • Disaster recovery plans
  • Collaborative working environment
  • Database management
  • Website Management and Administration
  • Management Information System




  • Planning of all procurement;
  • Ensuring due process in the procurement of goods and services and the awards of contracts in the BPSR;
  • Procurement Planning Committee (PPC) Meetings and Secretariat to PPC;



It is in charge of the following;

  • Staff Welfare
  • Performance Management
  • Training
  • Facilities Management Health
  • Safety and Environment Office Communication




  • General administration duties;
  • Cleaning and Maintenance of facilities of the Bureau;
  • Staff Welfare;
  • Fuelling and Maintenance of Vehicles;
  • Tours and Travels and;
  • Procurement of Visas and running of the Bureau’s registry.


The Department is divided into four key sections namely:

  • Civil Service
  • Parastatals
  • Steering Committee on Reforms (SCR)
  • Legacy Issues

The Department is saddled with the following functions, namely:

  • Reforms programmes/projects design
  • Public sector institutional assessments and baseline studies Reforms Advisory Services
  • Stakeholders engagements and communications
  • Institutional capacity building
  • Implementation of cross cutting reforms agreed by Government



The functions of this Department among others include:

  • Knowledge Management
  • Communication Strategy/Plan
  • Press and Publications
  • Monitoring and Evaluation of programmes and projects
  • Management of Media matters



The Corporate Services department is sectioned into two major Divisions namely:

Human Resource (HR)

It is in charge of the following:

  • Staff welfare
  • Performance management
  • Training
  • Facilities management
  • Health, safety and environment
  • Office communication

Information Technology (IT)

It is in charge of the following:

  • Development of ICT strategy for the Bureau
  • Development of ICT Policy
  • Management of system and network infrastructure
  • Application development and management
  • Provision of help desk services
  • Disaster recovery systems
  • Collaborative working environment
  • Website Management & Administration 
  • Management Information System 


The Department has a function to prepare and manage the Bureau’s finances and accounts.

Other functions include:

  • Cash flow management
  • Credit management policy of all Bureau’s services
  • Management of Tax matters
  • Payroll management
  • Funds sourcing and management
  • Bank relationship



The Department is in charge of:

  • Special Interventions
  • Donor Agencies
  • External Collaborations



The the function of the Department include:

  • Conduct of Studies, surveys and research on government programmes, policies and services
  • Provide best practice model
  • Conduct Monitoring and Evaluation of government reform polices and programmes


who we are



The Bureau of Public Service Reforms (BPSR) is a body established on 4th February, 2004 by the Federal Government to initiate, coordinate and ensure full implementation of public service reforms in Nigeria. The Bureau’s Vision is to drive change that will position Nigeria’s Public Service as an institution of excellence and the Mission is to facilitate the building of Nigeria’s Public Service into a highly functional, professional, customer-focused and result-oriented institution.


It is charged with the following functions:

  • Initiating action plan on reforms at different levels for the attention of the Steering Committee on Reforms;
  • Elucidating government policies on reforms;
  • Coordinating, monitoring and evaluating reform implementation activities;
  • Conducting research on implementation efforts and presenting best practices models;
  • Providing advisory and technical support services for change management teams and working groups;
  • Engendering an environment of learning among MDAs;
  • Disseminating information on all aspects of reforms, and;
  • Submitting quarterly progress reports on reform activities to the Steering Committee on Reforms.

In addition to the functions, the Bureau’s operational approach consists of the following strategy focus:

  • Establishing policies and guidelines on reforms;
  • Relating with public organizations to encourage reforms and obtain information on their progress;
  • Intervening to initiate service-wide reforms;
  • Coordinating reform programmes;
  • Briefing government on reform programmes and obtaining necessary approvals;
  • Budgeting for and financing critical service-wide and sometimes MDA/Parastatals-based reform programmes and;
  • Interacting with relevant stakeholders on reform issues and
  • Communicating with the public.


Our Mission

To facilitate the building of Nigeria’s Public Service into a highly functional, professional, customer focused and results oriented institution.


Our Vision

To have an Integrity and Merit based Professional Public Service, driven by National Interest and Efficient Management of Resources and Talents


Our Mandate

To initiate, coordinate, monitor and ensure full implementation of government reform policies and programmes.

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