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The Director General of the Bureau of Public Service Reforms (BPSR) Dr Joe Abah has said that Corruption erodes the moral fabric of society and has a long-term negative impact on future generations.

He made this remarks at the inuaguration of Anticorruption and Transparency Monitoring Unit (ACTU) of the Bureau.

The inuaguration took place at the BPSR Conference Room, Federal Secretariat Complex Abuja on Monday, March 31st 2014. Speaking further, Dr. Joe Abah stressed that corruption lies in the heart of the underperformance of public sector organisations in many developing countries.

“Indeed corruption thrives due to the unwillingness or inability of public sector organisations to fulfill the proper functions for which they were designed”.

He added further that the consequences of bureaucratic corruption are often not brought into sufficiently sharp focus. For the avoidance of doubt, he said corrupt

The results and reforms of President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan (2010-2013) This publication coincides with Nigeria’s national centenary celebrations and documents some of President GoodluckEbele Jonathan’s Administration’s notable contributions to national development as Nigeria commemorates one century of nationhood and enters another.

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The Head of the Civil Service of the Federation, Alhaji Bukar Goni Aji has directed all federal government officials to henceforth comply with the ban on unauthorized use of siren, covered number plates and unregistered vehicles.

In a circular sent to all Ministries, Department and Agencies of the Federal Government, the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation said that such acts portend grave danger for national security especially in view of intelligent reports indicating that men of the underworld also indulge in these unlawful acts to perpetrate heinous crimes.

He said further that directives have been issued to the Nigerian Police to apprehend any government official found engaging in such practices for appropriate prosecution.

In another circular also issued from his Office, the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation said that in continuation...

The Director General of the Bureau of Public Service Reforms (BPSR) Dr. Joe Abah has said that the European Union through it’s 10th European Development Fund (EDF) has made available a grant to the Federal Government to support the implementation of the 2nd phase of the National Strategy for Public Service Reforms (NSPSR) from 2014-2019 particularly in the areas of Governance, institutional strenghtening and efficient civil service administration reform.

He made this call in a welcome address at the inuaguration of the Project Steering and Project Coodination Committees of the European Union support to the Federal Government Reform programme (EU-SUFEGOR) held at the Obasanjo

of the Office of the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation;

Federal Secretariat Abuja. Dr. Abah further stated that the overall objective of the project is to promote public sector policy and efficiency in public service administration in order to enhance service delivery and project government

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1.0 Introduction The Bureau of Public Service Reforms (BPSR) was established on 4th February, 2004 as an independent and self-accounting body with the mandate to initiate, coordinate and ensure full implementation of government reform policies and programmes.

Our Vision is to drive change that will position Nigeria’s Public Service as an institution of excellence, and our Mission is to facilitate the building of Nigeria’s Public Service into a highly functional, professional, customer-focused and result-oriented institution.

As part of its strategies towards the attainment of its Mission, Vision and Objectives, the Bureau is in the process of compiling a register of reputable management consultants and consultancy firm

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