This policy and advisory TA will be phase 1 and will (i) conduct a government-wide functional analysis to redefine government's size and scope; (ii) review how to include crown agencies under the performance elements of the PSC Act, 2009; (iii) address outer island administration in terms of improving service delivery in an accountable manner; (iv) improve performance management for more collaboration between ministries and agencies and a simplified planning and monitoring process in line with the annual budget and eventually the MTBF and linked to the NSDP; and (v) develop a public service policies, standards, and guidelines manual. Phase 2 will implement phase 1 as well as (i) review and improve the remuneration process, (ii) provide ongoing public administration training, and (iii) develop a performance orientation for SOEs and assess the rationalization prospects of SOEs and other government commercial activities.
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