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Private sector CEOs not the answer to public service woes

12 days ago, 21:46

By: Jaindi Kisero

Neither is it possible to perform regular financial reporting nor produce regular financial statements.

The civil service bureaucracy badly needs a high profile change champion cracking the whip from the top, and tasked with the responsibility of breaking fiefdoms and restoring clear lines of command.

First, start by appointing a substantive holder to the constitutional office of cabinet secretary.

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Private sector CEOs not the answer to public service woes

12 days ago, 21:46

By: Jaindi Kisero
Neither is it possible to perform regular financial reporting nor produce regular financial statements.

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