The Public Service Commission was established on the 1st July, 2003 to implement public sector reform initiatives including Human Resource, Policy, Performance Management, Training and Remuneration. A more efficient, effective, affordable, honest, transparent and a political Public Service, with a clear focus on priority needs, working both in the capital and across the rest of the country. We have a strong commitment to improved performance and better able to deliver the required outputs of government to all people.
Leadership & Program Administration
Efficient, responsive, quality, high performing services to the Commissioners, PM, PSC staff and whole of government.
Clear mechanisms and improved data collection to monitor, review and strengthen core functions, coordination and service delivery across the government machinery.
Performance Based Systems established for developing, managing, and improvement of Public Service Performance.
Human Resources Management
An effective HR Management System is implemented with phased delegation in functions to line Ministries.
Increased pool of competent, disciplined and qualified Public Service staff in key managerial and technical areas to improve efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery.
Fair, equitable and affordable remuneration and incentive framework is established to attract, retain and motivate public servants.