BPSR, Experts Ratify Public Service Reforms Compendium
The management staff of the Bureau of Public Service Reforms (BPSR), together with some external resource persons have ratified a Compendium of Public Service Reforms initiated and produced by BPSR, between 2018 and 2020.
This was at a validation workshop held at the Nigeria Army Resource Centre, NARC, in Mambila Barracks, Abuja.
The compendium, according to a statement from Mr. Aliyu Umar Aliyu, Principal Information Officer (PIO) of BPSR, presents a succinct overview of the various initiatives, their major achievements, key challenges, and proposed next steps.
By highlighting what has gone well and what has not gone as expected, the Compendium aims to provide instructive lessons and guidance on where future reform efforts should be focused.
In his opening remark, Aliyu Umar quoted Mr. Dasuki Ibrahim Arabi, Director General of BPSR, as saying that the Compendium aims to build on the gains and lessons from the 2015 – 2017 public service reforms in Nigeria.
“It may also interest you to know that, this present compendium is a follow up exercise to the earlier one as it is in line with the principle of reviewing and upgrading existing reform initiatives, identifying what works and what does not, in the spirit of continuous improvement of government policies and programmes,” he added.