Ethical practice and conduct will be a standard and requirement, within the Bougainville Administration. Public servants will be the role models and implementers, to ensure services are professionally delivered.
This was the key message, at the launching of several projects of the Bougainville Administration. Public servants in the Autonomous Region of Bougainville have been warned to perform their duties.
Last week at the launching, Bougainville Acting Chief Administrator Chris Siriosi, sounded this warning, stating that those who fail to comply, will be dealt with accordingly.
The serious moves are part of the Momis/Nisira led Government, to improve the public service, as a key player to goods and service delivery.
Public Service Minister, Joel Banam, says “with the referendum sign post call, it is serious and public servants must wake up from their sleep, to ensure Bougainville is on the right pathway on its destiny to autonomy.”
Personal Management Department Secretary John Kali says human resource is the best asset.
The proposed Bougainville Public Service Act is an achievement for ABG and its administration, in alignment with the ABG’s quest and aspiration.
The three projects launched include, the Alesco Payroll Unit, Human Resource Office Extension, and Records and Achieves Compactor.
It was built at the cost of K 401, 000, with the support of the Australian and New Zealand Governments.
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