Public Sector Reform Unit

Office of the President, 8 Wesley Street, Freetown

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The main instrument for implementation of the Anti-corruption Strategy remains the Implementation Action Plan, which is an integral part of the strategy document. In accordance with the general and specific objectives established for each priority sector, including both horizontal and vertical...

The HRMO was officially launched by H.E. The President on 7th August, 2008 after approval by Cabinet in Memorandum CP (2006)6. It replaced the Establishment Secretary’s Office which had been in existence since 1961. The mandate remains the same for HRMO but newer responsibilities and challenges...

The Steering Committee provides oversight for the PSRU

  • Providing overall guidance for the public sector reform programme
  • Monitoring the programme through reports submitted by the Director on progress, problems encountered and impact created
  • Outlining Reform Strategy...

The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) was established by the government of Sierra Leone with the promulgation of the Anti-Corruption Act 2000 which gave the ACC its legal existence. It was set up primarily to investigate alleged instances of corruption and to prevent corruption practices. The...

Mission Statement

To formulate and implement sound economic policies and public financial management, ensure efficient allocation of public resources to promote stable economic growth and development in the context of a stable macroeconomic environment.

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The Public Service Commission was created in 1948 as an advisory body to the Governor on matters relating to appointments, promotions, transfers and disciplinary action in the Civil Service.

MANDATE

Section 152 ( 1 ) of the Constitution of Sierra Leone (Act No.6...

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