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Freetown, 31 March 2011 - The Public Sector Reform Unit (PSRU) in collaboration with the Governance and Institutional Development Division of the Commonwealth Secretariat will be organising a one-day follow-up forum of Government Ministers, Deputy Ministers and Permanent Secretaries on the priorities and operations of Government with a view to, amongst others, understanding the importance of leadership roles, negotiation skills and values that are required for the achievement of our national...

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Group photo of delegates with H.E President Dr Ernest Bai Koroma and V.P Alhaji Sam Sumana in the just concluded Forum for Ministers and Permanent Secretaries

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A meeting on System and Process review with Immigration department
The Director of PSRU Dr Julius F.Sandy making a power point presentation on the 10.5 millions Euro EU support to the Public Sector / Civil Service Reform.
Foreign delegates from the Records Management Department in Liberia taking a tour of the National Archives at Fourah Bay College. The Liberian delegation was in Freetown on a one week study tour to learn from the gains of the Records management Improvement Programme (RMIP) in Sierra Leone.
In November 2011, a five-man delegation from Kenya, headed by Mr. Richard Ndubai, Head of the Performance Contracting in the Office of the Kenyan Prime Minister, were in Sierra Leone on a two-weeks sojourn, to share their experience on Performance Management and Performance Contracting through wide raging discussions and consultations.
1st of September 2011: The Teacher Record Management Implementation Project finally took off. The first official meeting among stakeholders took place in the conference room of the Minister of Education Science and Technology
  1. District Officers as the Principal Representatives of the Central Government in the District

Freetown, 27 July 2011 – Within the framework of the existing Public Sector Reform Programme, the European Commission has approved the sum of Euro 10.5 million towards the on-going Civil Service and other Institutional Reform initiatives in Sierra Leone.

Freetown, 2 May 2012 – A delegation from the government of Sierra Leone has reached an agreement with the World Bank during consultations in Washington D.C in the United States for the provision of funds amounting to the sum of US$17 million to support the implementation of the three cornerstone components in the new public sector reform namely: Pay Reform; Recruitment and Staffing and performance management.

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Staff of the Record Management Implementation team organising teachers records at the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology.

Official lunching of the New Public Sector Reform Unit by H.E President Dr Ernest Bai Koroma
Management and Functional Review Meetings with PSRU Staff and MDA`s
The Director of PSRU Dr Julius F.Sandy inspecting a school in the Eastern Area to have feedback about the on going teachers verification exercise.
Part of Public Sector Reform Unit (PSRU) staff

Cross section of top Civil Servants, Ministers and Deputy Ministers in attendance at the three days Forum of Ministers and permanent Secretary to strengthen the Political Administrative Relationship for good Governance and enhanced service delivery on a timely and sustained manner. The Forum was organised by the Governance and Institutional Development Division(GIDD) of the Commonwealth Secretariat and the Public Sector Reform Unit(PSRU) at the Miatta Conference Centre in Freetown.

A meeting on System and Process review with Immigration department
H.E President Dr Arnest Bia Koroma arriving at the opening ceremony

A meeting held at the Public Sector Reform Unit between the Government of Sierra Leone and the World Bank on the Public Sector Reform, aimed at improving productivity through Management and Pay Reform, especially in addressing the problems of Pay Reform, Performance Management and Recruitment and Staffing

Foreign delegates from the Records Management Department in Liberia taking a tour of the National Archives at Fourah Bay College. The Liberian delegation was in Freetown on a one week study tour to learn from the gains of the Records management Improvement Programme (RMIP) in Sierra Leone.
The Republic of Sierra Leone Parliament on Thursday 23rd May, 2013 successfully debated and ratified two financial agreements in the Chamber of Parliament for the economic advancement of the country particularly in the areas of Agriculture and Transportation.

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