FG to Institutionalise Reward and Recognition System in the Federal Civil Service

OHCSF perm sec

ABUJA (Head of Service Report) – The Federal Government has set up a working framework to provide rewards and recognition for outstanding performance in the Service.

The Permanent Secretary, Service Welfare Office in the Office of the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation, Mrs. Didi Walson-Jack made this known at the Stakeholders engagement Forum on the Establishment of a Rewards and Recognition System (R&RS) on Thursday, 16th May, 2019 in Abuja.

She said the system would recognize excellence, commitment and dedication by Federal Civil Servants in upholding the principles and values of the service, service delivery and improved productivity.

She therefore urged the stakeholders to make useful contributions towards enriching the proposal to enable robust and sustainable Rewards and Recognition System in civil service.

The Special Adviser to the Permanent Secretary, Mrs. Olaniyi Bose, disclosed earlier that the Office of the Head of the Civil Service conceptualized a strategic plan with a focus on developing an Efficient, Productive, Incorruptible and Citizen-Centred (EPIC) culture in the Civil Service and that the successful implementation of an institutionalized Rewards and Recognition System will birth strategic outcomes such as a well-motivated, disciplined, skilled and accountable Civil Service leading to improved staff morale, efficient service delivery, improved productivity, and good governance.