Press Release

Federal Public Administration Reform Programme Nigeria (FEPAR) has held an end-of programme event for its stakeholders to mark the closure of its 5 year’s activities (May 2011-2016) in Nigeria. The event which held on Tuesday 26th April 2016 at the Congress Hall of the Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja drew participants from Offices of the Vice President of Nigeria,, Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Head of Service of the Federation, Ministry of Budget and National Planning, Federal Ministry of Finance, Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Bureau of Public Service Reforms and other key government Agencies where activities of FEPAR have been recorded.

The Director General of the Bureau of Public Service Reforms, Dr. Joe Abah has delivered a presentation on lessons from Public Service Reforms in developing Countries. The event took place recently in Abuja at the end-of-programme event of DFID/SPARK programme.

The Director General of the Bureau of Public Service Reforms, Dr.Joe Abah has presented the new Performance Management System (PMS) that will replace the old Annual Performance Evaluation Report (APER) currently being used in the Public Service. The new PMS is based on the Balanced Scorecard System and covers both organizational and individual performance.

The management of Learning, Evidencing and Advocacy Pillars (LEAP), the inheritors of the old FEPAR programme on Wednesday April 20 2016 paid a courtesy call on the Director General of the Bureau of Public Service Reforms Dr. Joe Abah in his office in Abuja. The delegation led by the team leader, Mr. Sam Unom, technical adviser William Kingsmill, and programme officers Anna Paterson and Vikki Chambers solicited the coorperation of Dr. Abah as they embark on the journey of collaboration with the Public Service.

The Director General of Bureau of Public Service Reforms (BPSR), Dr Joe Abah, has briefed Chief Executive officers (CEOs) of various Agencies and Parastatals in the country on the state of reforms in the Public Service, particularly in the light of recent merging of some Ministries from hitherto 42 Ministries to 24, as part of the cost cutting measures of the Buhari’s Administration.

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