The Director General of the Civil Servant Agency or CSA, Puchu Bernard, says the role of a public service is to help stimulate the economic growth of Liberia. Director General Bernard said such achievement can only be acquired through collective efforts by all agencies and ministries of the government.
Speaking Thursday, June 23, 2016 at the official celebration of the African Public Service Day held at the Paynesville City Hall, in Paynesville, she noted that the purpose of the celebration is to appreciate the achievements in governance and public administration reforms that continue to take place in the public or civil service of Africa, adding that such brilliant idea will help improved the sector more.
The CSA Director General also used the occasion to emphasize that the recognition of work done by service champions and champions of reform in public service delivery will also help to strengthen the collaboration between member states of the African Union for smooth operations.
The CSA Boss further stressed that CAMPS is a consultative and decision-making platform to assess the transformation processes that take place globally and locally within public administration, as well as establish collective and individual intervention to help achieve excellence in public administration service delivery among member of the AU States.
At the same time, Dr. Bernard has revealed that the critical outcome of the African Conference of Ministers of public or civil service has been moving toward continental Governance, as well as public administration initiatives.
She added that as a result of hard work, ministers were able to underscore key interventions including the New Economic partnership for African Development Capacity Development initiative (NEPAD), African Management Development Institutes Network ( AMIN), Public Sector Anti-Corruption, as well as Post Conflict Reconstruction and development, among others.
The program brought together several international and local dignitaries, including South African Ambassador to Liberia VP Mooley and Cameroonian Ambassador Beng’Yela Augustine Gang.