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Latest News »  World Bank Consultant, LIPA DG Hold Discussion…Outline Bank’s Activiti

The Consultant of the World Bank Jennifer Ljungqvist on Tuesday, February 25, 2019 held discussion with the Director General of the Liberia Institute of Public Administration Professor Alex Yonly at his Mamba Point office in Monrovia.

The meeting which started at 11a.m was the first acquaintance meeting between the World Bank Consultant and LIPA Boss.

During the meeting, Madam Ljungqvist briefed the DG Yonly on some major activities that the World Bank in partnership with LIPA and CSA has accomplished over the past years.

According to her, in 2016 the bank in partnership with LIPA and the CSA trained about 30 Civil Servants in Gender Research; stating that 16 of those trained were selected to go out to various Ministries, Agencies and Commissions (MACs) of Government to collect data on Civil Servants.

She furthers that the Performance Management System for Civil Servants was rolled out during the year in review.

“The introduction of the PMS is intended to measure the performance of Civil Servants at various Government Ministries, Agencies and Commissions (MACs),” she explained.

The World Bank Consultant noted that in 2017the Civil Servant Perception survey was released, which survey sampled the views of 2,700 Civil Servants across 28 Ministries, Agencies and Commissions (MACs) of Government including LIPA.

In response, the Director General of LIPA Professor Alex Yonly expressed gratitude to the World Bank and its partners for initiating the project on performance Management System for Civil Servants.

He said LIPA, CSA and the GC are the three institutions responsible to drive the Public Sector Modernization Project which was lunch in 2015 by former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.

He said unlike in the past Civil Servants recruitment was discretional, saying ‘with the performance Management System put in place, the recruitment process within the Civil Service will be based on merit.’

The LIPA Boss stressed that the issue of performance planning is key, and is something that all Civil Servants should be held accountable for.

He concluded added that the system will bring about motivation among Civil Servants.

Also speaking, LIPA’s Director of Research Mr. GUS Freeman said, the Performance Management system is currently on going at LIPA, with Performance appraisal forms being issued to every staff for onwards submission to the Human Resource unit. 

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