President Museveni to open Civil Service College today

President Yoweri Museveni is today expected to officially open the first civil service college in Uganda.
State minister for Public service Sezi Mbaguta said the college which is based in Jinja will provide quality in-service training and support public policy research and innovations for improved performance.
Mr Mbaguta added the decision to establish the college was prompted by the numerous loopholes in the public sector such as corruption, poor service delivery and incompetence of some civil servants.

Civil Service College Uganda (CSCU) was established on July 1 2010 under the Ministry of Public Service. The College is responsible for in-service training, strengthening public policy research, providing aisory services and supporting innovations for improved service delivery. CSCU’s mandate is to build the capacities of Public Service institutions and human resources for improved performance in public service delivery.

SOURCE: Daily Monitor

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