New Public Service Minister Promises Reforms

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Hon. Monica Sabino Madut made her remark to Gurtong shortly after being sworn-in as the new minister of Public Service on Wednesday.

“The first thing I am going to do is to go through the national policy statement to make sure that my performance is going in accordance with the national policy,” said Ms Madut.

“I am going to organize the issue to do with new appointment and capacity building to the public service administration staff.” 

She said her ministry will work hard to provide technical training and introduce institutions for capacity building for public administration and management on both international relations and local management including diplomacy.

Ms Madut vowed to deal with ghost names in all state ministries payroll as her part of her fight against the high level of corruption in the state.

She pledged to write a pension draft bill that will be ready for national government’s plan on pension.

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