|PMSD AND SUPPORT TO THE OCOS OBJECTIVES AND COLLABORATION WITH THE STRATEGY AND POLICY UNIT|
PMSD AND SUPPORT TO THE OCOS OBJECTIVES AND COLLABORATION WITH THE STRATEGY AND POLICY UNIT
Background and mandate
The OCOS was borne out of the vision for an office that will be dedicated to supporting the effective execution of the President’s Agenda for change, now rolled out into The Agenda for Prosperity through providing the necessary collaborative links and support to MDAs to meet targets. It provides technical oversight and advisory services to the Presidency for the implementation of projects contained in government’s priorities as set out in the President’s Agenda. It is also a facilitator between the presidency and parliament, development partners, the international community, extra political and non-profit groups and all non-state actors.
To do this work, the OCOS requires a number of competent persons and units. To ensure the overall change initiative of government delivery of much needed services across all regions of the country and across government; improving on public sector performance, the PMSD was created in the OCOS.
The scope of the work of the PMSD covers;
This extensive public sector landscape is covered by the PMSD in collaboration with the SPU and other public sector reform agencies across government.
The role of the PMSD includes the following objectives:
The work and mandate of the PMSD is expected to lead to a series of public sector reforms including;
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