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PSRU - Conducts A One-Day Symposium On Public Sector Reform Initiatives For Final Year Students At The University Of Makeni (UNIMAK)
PSRU Engages Parliament on Public Sector Reform Initiatives 2016

 

PSRU Conducts a One-Day Symposium on Public Sector Reform Initiatives for Final Year University Students - 20th January 2016

 

Independent Police Complaints Board Validates Strategic Plan 2016 - 2020
PSRU donates printer and PC (Desktop Computer) to Right to Access Information Commission (R.A.I.C) - PPP Project (2015)
PSRU Conducts Sectoral Meetings on Public Sector Reform (PSR) Initiatives with MDAs
The Public Sector Reform Unit, in its effort to improve communication on PSR initiatives, held sectoral meetings on the 28th October 2015 at its Wesley Street office, to discuss the various reform initiatives generally and specifically, the ongoing Pay and Performance Project and Management and Functional Reviews.
Public Sector Reform Unit Donates PCs -Desktop Computers to MDAs (2015)
1st September, 2015. Public Sector Reform Unit (PSRU) Donates Personal Computers (Desktop) to Ministries, Departments and Agencies.
Public Sector Reform Unit Donates PCs -Desktop Computers to MDAs (2015)
1st September, 2015. Public Sector Reform Unit (PSRU) Donates Personal Computers (Desktop) to Ministries, Departments and Agencies.
Fair Wages and Salaries Commission, Ghana (GFWSC) prepares GoSL for Job Evaluation
Reforming the pay structure of the civil Service plays a pivotal role in the ongoing reform programme. However, the benefit of pay reform cannot be achieved without conducting a job evaluation for the Civil service. Mrs Georgiana Kamara, Director Management Services, HRMO receiving her certificate from Mr George Smith –Graham and Mrs Eva Addo of the GFWSC at the end of the training.
Political Administrative forum at the Miatta Conference hall
The Minister of Finance and Economic Development (left) Dr Kaifala Marrah and Director of Budget (right), Mr Mathew Dingie consult before the director's presentation on the second day of the forum.
Political Administrative Forum Opening Ceremony 8th May 2014
H.E the President launching the Political-Administrative Forum for Ministers, Deputy Ministers, Permanent Secretaries and Professional Heads.
Political Administrative forum at the Miatta Conference hall
Cross section of ministers at the forum
(ICPS) UK, Trains 9 officials from GoSL in Accra, on Leadership & Management

The international Centre for Parliamentary Studies training event took place in Ghana on from the 28th to the 3rd April 2015. The Sierra Leone delegation comprised 3 members each from HRMO and PSC, 1 from MoFED/AGD and 2 from PSRU. The title of the training is “Leadership, Management and Models of Public Service Delivery”. The training was designed to provide mid-Senior level staff the required Leadership and Management skills and competencies for improving Service delivery in the Public Service.

World Bank Mission Assesses Progress On The SIERRA LEONE PAY AND PERFORMANCE PROJECT
The World Bank Implementation Support Mission was in Freetown from the 6-14th February 2014 to assess progress made on the implementation of activities for the Sierra Leone Pay and Performance Project(P&PP)
PSRU CONDUCTS NATION-WIDE SENSITISATION FORUM ON PUBLIC SECTOR REFORM

The Public Sector Reform has collaborated with the Cabinet Secretariat, Human Resources Management Office, The Public Service Commission and the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development to undertake a three-day nation-wide sensitization forum which was held in Freetown, Makeni and Bo districts.

Welcome to the Public Sector Reform Unit

Welcome to the website of the Public Sector Reform Unit. We are delighted to share with you the latest happenings and changes in the Sierra Leone public sector and to educate you on reform initiatives.

We hope you will spend some time exploring our site and invite you to share your thoughts on any aspects of the public service reform.

Thank you for visiting.
Director, Public Sector Reform Unit