Wednesday March 20, 2013
GTP moves to the next phase
If GTP 1.0 was akin to kick-starting a dormant engine, GTP 2.0 will continue with the momentum built.
The first phase of the programme in 2010 kick-started changes to the civil service and government structure through the National Key Results Areas (NKRA).
The second, from now until 2015, will build on the successes of the first phase by deepening and broadening reforms to complete the transformation of the civil service, according to the GTP Annual Report 2012.
“The first horizon of the GTP may prove to be the most challenging of the three, as the NKRA teams were charged with the monumental task of introducing and inculcating the spirit of sustainable change within the very foundations of the civil service,” it said.
The report added that the task had not been easy with the NKRA teams reporting some resistance from government bodies as anticipated, but concluded that GTP 1.0 had been successful.
“GTP 2.0 looks to further enhance and build on the initiatives established in GTP 1.0 by synthesising lessons learned with new targets to be attained over the next three years,” it said.
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