NIGERIA public service reforms:
Asokoro, Abuja: (50 Mamman Nasir Crescent) Bureau of Public Service Reforms (BPSR), 2007
Part 1: Highlights of deliberations during the plenary sessions Part 2: Interactive session with the President, Synopsis of presentation by syndicate groups, President’s remarks , Presidential directives, Programme of activities, Detailed schedule for the training Part 3: Synopses The National Integrity System: Building and sustaining ethical and effective government, Jeremy Pope, Building Integrity in Human Resources Management, Entering the third Phase of International anti-corruption, Supervisory Responsibility, Supervisory Responsibility, The Essentials of Institutional Integrity, Conflict of Interests: Insights from the private sector, Syndicate groups’ presentation
Until recently, corruption and its attendant social vices ravaged the Nigerian landscape uninhibited. The determination of the administration of President Olusegun Obasanjo, to confront this evil under its policy of zero-tolerance for corruption, was confirmed beyond doubt in a 3-pronged attack with the establishment of the Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission (ICPC), the creation of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) as well as the reinvigoration of both, the Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB) and the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT), in order to effect a total siege on the malaise. Additionally, the establishment of the Budget Monitoring and Price Intelligence Unit (BMPIU), provided the inbuilt bureaucratic checks to the cankerworm in the public service, as the procurement process that hitherto existed in the public service had been turned to a drainpipe in the system.