BPSR unveils 4 books on governance and reforms
The Bureau of Public Service Reforms (BPSR) published four books in 2021 to provide additional information on governance and reform initiatives aimed at boosting service delivery in the public service.
Its managing director, Mr. Dasuki Ibrahim Arabi, who said so in a press release signed by the department’s chief information officer, Aliyu Umar Aliyu, said the books included “Revised Corporate Governance Manual; Guide to Performance Management in the Public Service; Handbook for Mentoring in the Public Service ”and“ Succession Planning in the Public Service ”.
Arabi, who was speaking at the 2021 edition of the BPSR Media Luncheon in Abuja, also noted that the Office continued to benefit from and maintain strong collaboration with various local and international partners through its open door policy in view to improve reform in the Nigerian Civil Service.
“This includes Accountability Lab, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS), UN, World Bank, WHO, Foreign Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) ACCA, Africa Initiative for Governance (AIG), Right to Know (R2K) and many reputable NGOs such as GLOCHEED, Nigeria Internet Registration Association (NIRA), which has always fulfilled the various mandates of the office, ”he said.
The BPSR coxswain said the agency had created a forum for reform coordination directors from ministries, departments and government agencies to actively exchange ideas and share experiences on reform issues. and the operations of the RC and SI departments.
He added that BPSR won the FOI Best Practice Award from Public Institutions, for being the most responsive government organization to requests for information from members of the public under the FOI Act and for having adopted innovative and user-friendly practices and procedures to guarantee the right of public access. information in Nigeria.