Nairobi 12th, July 2021
The four (4) day negotiation and vetting of County Executive Committee Members (CECM’s) Performance contracts for the year 2021/22 at Nairobi County’s continues today with the ICT and eGovernment team expected to attend the function at the reforms boardroom.
The process sought to establish general goals set by every CECM, the set targets for measuring performance and the incentives for achieving the said targets.
Said Mr. James Njeru, “This exercise is aimed at reviewing Performance Contracts for all sectors and to confirm that the documents are in tandem with the County’s 2021/22 budget, The County’s strategic plan, the County’s Integrated Development plan in addition to the County Performance Contract guidelines 2021/22. Once the exercise is concluded, validation of the said targets will commence which will culminate in the signing of 2021/2022 Performance Contracts.”
The acting Nairobi County, Deputy Jairus Musumba, said the purpose of the Performance Contract is to establish a basis for continuous Performance improvement, ensuring that efficient and effective services are delivered to Nairobi residents in line with provisions of the Constitution and adaptions of systems that enable innovativeness and adaptability of public services to the needs of users.
Said Deputy Governor and acting Governor, H.E Ann Kananu, “My Government continues to press forward with Performance contracting with respective sectors to ensure improved service delivery, lower costs becoming more accountable, customer focused and responsive to stakeholder needs. ”
The Sectors that have so far presented include Education, Commerce, Agriculture and the Directorates of legal, audit, supply chain, Security compliance and Disaster management.