In it’s effort to cut youth restiveness and reduce unemployment in the country, the Federal Government has initiated a Social Intervention Scheme called N-Power to capture those unemployed across the country.
Two staff of the Bureau of Public Service Reforms (BPSR) were honoured with the Presidential Civil Service Award, and Head of the Civil Service of the Federation Commendation Award respectively. The staff have received the 2016 Civil Service awards for their hardwork and dedication to duty.
The African Training and Research Centre in Administration for Development (CAFRAD), in recognition of the federal government reforms in the civil service has awarded the 2016 Pan-African Public Service Award to Nigeria.
The Director-General, Bureau of Public Service Reforms, (BPSR) Dr. Joe Abah is championing a focus on the reform activities of Agencies and Parastatals since they impact more directly on the citizenry rather than the Ministries which hitherto had been the case.
The federal government has launched a comprehensive new housing scheme to build 5000 housing units in all the states of the Federation including the Federal Capital Territory for civil servants within the next three years.