Home NATIONAL NEWS FEC Approves 191 Memoranda on Policy, Contracts, SFG Reveals

FEC Approves 191 Memoranda on Policy, Contracts, SFG Reveals

by FAMOUS REPORTERS
0 comment 29 views
Kindly Share This Story

Federal Executive Council (FEC) has approved a total of 191 out of the 282 memoranda on policy and contracts forwarded to it by ministers within the last year.

According to Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr. Boss Mustapha, 50 of the 191 memos are policy-related, with 128 as project contracts and 13 council notes.

Speaking yesterday, at the first ministerial performance review retreat in Abuja, Mustapha highlighted that as at September 2, FEC had granted memoranda, briefs and notes as processed by the Cabinet Affairs Office under the Office of the SGF.

He further revealed that the federal government had also provided technical support in the form of training to all ministries aimed at improving their capacity in cabinet documentation and processing.

READ MORE:  EXCLUSIVE: Nollywood Actor, Emma Ehumadu, (aka. Labista) Speaks On Attack By Nigeria Police During #EndSars Protest In Umuahia ... They first teargassed us (A must read)

The SGF also said the federal government had been unable to effectively track and monitor FEC-approved policies, projects and programmes as earlier envisaged apparently due to the lockdown arising from the COVID-19 pandemic.

He, however, assured cabinet members that the process would soon be expedited by the Delivery Unit.

The retreat, he maintained was in the aftermath of a presidential retreat which was held in August, 2019 for minister-designates, permanent secretaries and top government functionaries to prepare and sensitise cabinet members on the policies, programmes and projects of government and the road map towards the delivery of its priorities and Next Level Agenda for 2019 – 2023.

READ MORE:  Senate approves Orji Uzor Kalu  Motion Tasks FG to Rehabilitate Eastern Rail Line

Speaking further, he said: “the three-day retreat will be used to review the performance of each minister in delivering the priority projects assigned to them upon their appointment in 2019, identify key impediments to implementation and re-strategise on how to deliver on the priority areas by taking into cognisance key underlying factors that have affected performance and delivery.”

He said the report of the analysis and synthetisation of the assessment and the review of ministerial performance reports would be presented during the technical session.

The self-assessment template that was completed by all ministries was validated by the OSGF and its technical partners through engagements with the ministers

You may also like

Leave a Comment

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More

Privacy & Cookies Policy