Lovitta Foggo statement
House: public service reform update
The Bermuda Government’s partnership with PwC will “change the way that the Government delivers its services”, Lovitta Foggo said today.
Ms Foggo, the government reform minister, gave the House of Assembly an update on its public service reform plan.
Global firm PwC is working with the government free of charge on the project.
Ms Foggo told MPs the draft strategic plan is to be completed this summer and, subject to approval, will commence “immediately thereafter”.
It includes an overhaul of government human resources and the Office of Procurement and Project Management.
• To read Lovitta Foggo’s statement in full, click on the PDF under “Related Media”
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