The Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development has embarked on sensitisation of its directors on implementation of the Federal Civil Service Strategy and Implementation Plan, FCSSIP, 2021-2025.
The one-day orientation/sensitisation workshop was part of efforts to ensure compliance with the ongoing reforms in the civil service.
Speaking at the event in Abuja, the Permanent Secretary of the ministry, Isa Gwarzo, represented by the Director, Human Resource Management, Tokumbo Rufai, said, “the Federal Civil Service is currently undergoing several reforms that will make it more effective.
“These reforms have been on the front burner of the Office of the Head of the Civil Service of the federation, and directors of reforms have been charged to endeavor that the reforms are taken seriously in their various MDAs.
“The Ministry has decided to keep all staff abreast as regards these reforms by ensuring that it is among the first to ensure compliance to these reforms, hence the reason for this workshop as you all are the engine room of the Ministry.”
He further noted that the sensitization workshop is one in a series of workshops that will be held as the plan for a new civil service unfolds.
Also speaking, Director of Reforms, Coordination and Service Improvement of the Ministry, Valentine Ezulu, said they started sensitisation with officers on SGL 04- 10.
“The aims of the orientation and sensitization workshop will be on anchored on This has become important as everybody here after this
workshop should be drivers of these ongoing reforms in the Federal Civil Service.
“Capability building and talent management, Performance Management System, IPPIS – Human Resource, innovation, digitalisation of Content Services and enhance Value proposition for public servants,” Ezulu said.