FG moves to restructure public service, reduce ministries
The Federal government has commenced the process of restructuring the public service system to attain a highly functional and efficient public sector.
Director-General, Bureau of Public Service Reforms (BPSR) Dasuki Ibrahim Arabi revealed this yesterday when hosted national leadership of the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) in his office.
Arabi who revealed that the bureau is facilitating the building of professional and result-oriented public service, in line with the Federal government reformation initiative said his office had already installed a new pay regime in the public service and structured the alignment of Federal ministries in a bid to reducing the number of ministries.
In a release signed by acting head, strategic communication, (BPSR) Aliyu Umar, Arabi stressed that the Federal government has mandated Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS) across Federal agencies and departments to block loopholes in civil service.
President of NIPR, Muktar Sirajo urged the bureau to help put an end to what he described as the reckless appointment of unqualified persons as spokespersons for MDAs and key public officeholders.
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