CO-ORDINATION OF CABINET MATTERS CO-ORDINATION OF CABINET MATTERS

MAINTAINING GOOD GOVERNANCE AND ACCOUNTABILITY

 Introduction
 During the financial year under review, the Office of the Prime Minister executed various activities in line with its mandate, as follows:

  • Leading Government business in Parliament
  • Coordinating the work of Cabinet
  • Advising and assisting the President in the execution of Government functions
  • Managing and overseeing public services in the country, and
  • Carrying out special projects assigned to the Office.

In order to enable the Office to fulfill its mandate, resources are allocated on the basis of the following 3 broad

  • Enabling the Prime Minister and the Deputy Prime Minister to execute their constitutional and Cabinet-related functions
  • Enabling Namibia to have an efficient, effective and accountable Public Services
  • Reducing the impact of disasters on Namibia and its people.

Based on the above programmes, key activities were undertaken according to the following functional areas during the period under review:

  • Policy development,
  • Cabinet affairs,
  • Coordination and supervision O/M/A/s,
  • Diplomatic liaison and international conferences,
  • Community interaction,
  • Special assignments,
  • Human resources development,
  • Human resources management,
  • Human capital management system development,
  • Reforms to advance efficiency and effectiveness,  
  • E-governance, and information and communications technology management,
  • Disaster and emergency management, and
  • General administration.