The Steering Committee on Reforms chaired by the Secretary to the Government of the Federation has led the development of a 10-year strategy for reforming Nigeria’s public service. The strategy is founded on 4 Pillars, each led by a named organisation. These are: Improving the Governance and Institutional Environment (led by Office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation); Improving the Social-Economic Environment (led by the Ministry of Budget and National Planning; Improving Public Finance Management (led by the Ministry of Finance; and Improving Civil Service Administration (led by the Office of the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation).
BPSR is leading the update of the strategy to ensure that it captures the aspirations of the current Administration. In this regard, it has organised interactive sessions with each Pillar leader to ensure that they are able to lead the review and update of the Strategy. The interactive sessions are taking place in the week commencing 21st March 2016.
Following the review of all the pillars, a revised and updated National Strategy for Public Service Reforms will be presented to the Steering Committee on Reforms for consideration and forwarding to the Federal Executive Council