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FG To Ensure Implementation Of Civil Service Plan 2020-2025

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The Federal Government has pledged to create an enabling environment for full implementation of the Federal Civil Service Strategy Implantation Plan 2020 to 2025.

The Special Adviser to the President on Monetory Policy, Mr Olawale Edun made this known at a public lecture in commemoration of the civil service week in Abuja.

Mr Edun who said a major component of the plan is the digitalization of work processes and records of Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs), therefore said that this administration will provide the necessary impetus for the realization of the lofty goals of the plan and also take necessary measures to consolidate its gains by ensuring that a successor plan is put in place to build on its achievements.

Olawale Edun who stressed that civil servants are the backbone of any public administration to achieve its mandate, said no administration succeeds without the support of key stakeholders in implementing government policies, rendering essential services and ensuring that government deliver on its mandate urged them to be more dedicated to duty for national development.

The lecture with the theme “digitalization of work processes utilization in the Public Service: A gate way to efficient Resource Utilization and National Development”was targeted at civil servants to live up to their expectations in the digital space.

In a remark, the Head of Civil Service of the Federation, Dr. Folashade Yemi-Esan who stressed that her office along side some MDAs had gone fully digital said all Ministries Departments and Agencies are expected to meet the deadline of 2025 to be fully digitalized.

She said all these efforts were geared towards making the Federal Civil Service attain the new ‘AMPLE’ culture paradigm, of an Accountable, Meritocratic, Professional, Loyal and Efficient Service which would undoubtedly, propel the culture, in addition to serving as an enabler for undertaking a comprehensive reform of the service.

The Guest Speaker at the Public Lecture,
Professor, Stefan Dercon, said digitalization remains a veritable tool to ensure rapid development of any nation hence the need to brace up to meet global standards in the digital world.

The highpoint of the public lecture was the unveiling of the new civil service rule geared towards meeting present day realities.

Florence Adewale, Edited By Grace Namiji

Written by: Safiya Wada

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