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Improving service delivery

All Makueni county staff have committed to performance contracting for the 2019/20 financial year in a bid to improve productivity in their service.

The county government is now rolling out the full performance management process for the second year running, a process that began in 2018/19 financial year.

This year, the PC has seen chairpersons and chief executive officers of boards of the County’s semi-autonomous agencies like the Sand Authority, the Climate Change Board and the Makueni Fruit Processing Authority join the process.

Tetheka Fund also joined signing of the PC independently, a move that is expected to improve the way it delivers its services.

Kibwana, while presiding over the ceremony on Friday at ATC Kwakathoka, said that he, together with his deputy Adelina Mwau, will accord their total support to the departments to achieve their targets.

“Performance management is a matter we are taking seriously. The DG and I will provide the necessary support to all the departments to ensure it is successful,” said Kibwana.

The process which began with the senior county officials is expected to cascade downwards to include all staff by the end of this month.