BPSR CEO seeks synergy between FG and universities on reforms
The Director General of the Bureau of Civil Service Reforms (BPSR), Mr. Dasuki Ibrahim Arabi, urged the government and universities in the country to work towards the implementation of essential reforms that will boost service delivery in the civil service. and the ivory towers of the country.
Arabi said this when he received a delegation from the Postgraduate Representative Council of Ahmadu Bello University (ABU) in Zaria.
This was contained in a press release issued by the office’s chief information officer, Aliyu Umar.
They were in Arabi’s office in Abuja to thank him for the recent “brilliant” lecture he gave at their school.
The talk, given at a symposium hosted by ABU Zaria Faculty of Administration, was titled: “Reforms and the Nigerian Public Service Institution: Leadership, Governance and Service Delivery”.
The boss of BPSR, who said that essential government policies and programs abound, however noted that the gap concerns the implementation and conduct of policies in ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs).
Arabi said the meeting between the PG Bureau and Council opened a forum for engagement between practice and theory.
He said that one of the policies being carried out by BPSR is updating the e-government master plan “to ensure that we have digitized the process of service delivery by government MDAs”.
“So we need reforms. And we need to ensure that our reform agenda is updated and implemented, ”said the CEO of the Bureau.
The head of the ABU delegation, Comrade Lukman Upahi, said their visit was aimed at establishing a mutual relationship with the office.
Upahi, who said reforms should not stop at the federal level, underscored the need to advocate for entrepreneurship reforms to address the problem of youth unemployment.