The Bureau of Public Service Reforms (BPSR) was established on 4th February, 2004 as an independent and self-accounting body.
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 and ensure full implementation of government reform policies and programmes.
The Director- General Bureau of Public Service Reform (BPSR), Dr. Joe Abah has called for the sustainability of the Community of Practice (CoP) to enable continuous learning on how to manage and coordinate reforms for improved service delivery.
He made this call in an opening speech on Tuesday April 5. 2016 at two-day inaugural meeting of CoP sponsored by Department for International Development, (DFID)–SPARC (State Partnership for Accountability Responsiveness and Capacity) in conjunction with BPSR for states with reform structures.
A workshop to discuss how Nigeria can implement the principles of the open government partnership and measures required to increase transparency within the Federal Government was conducted on the 4th of May 2016 at Transcorp Hilton hotel.
The Director General of Bureau of Public Service Reforms, Dr Joe Abah, has urged Directors of Reform Coordination and Service Improvements in Ministries to become agents of change in the ongoing reforms of the public service in line with the change ‘mantra’ of the current Administration.
Dr Abah gave this advice while addressing the Directors during an executive seminar organized by BPSR in partnership with Governance and Management Services International (GMSI), UK held in Abuja on Thursday 7th April, 2016.