Deputy Minister Buti Manamela addresses Frontline Service Delivery workshop, 23 Nov

Deputy Minister in the Presidency for Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation, Mr Buti Manamela will tomorrow, Monday 23 November address the Frontline Service Delivery (FSD) monitoring workshop.

The Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation established the FSD programme in 2011 in order to improve service delivery especially at frontline level. Monitoring is conducted at hospitals, police stations, licensing departments amongst others.

This is to ensure that South Africans receive services are of a good standard at any service delivery point.

The National Development Plan highlights the significance of frontline services in building an efficient, effective and development oriented public service.

Deputy Minister Manamela has in the past year regularly conducted unannounced visits under the FSD banner and made recommendations that have been implemented.

As such the workshop will then reflect on the implementation of the programme thus far and map out strategies to improve the monitoring mechanism in meeting its core objectives.

Members of media are invited as follows:

Date: Monday, 23 November 2015

Time: 09h00

Place: Emperors Palace, Kempton Park

Enquiries:

Matshepo Seedat

Cell: 0826799473

SOURCE: SOUTH AFRICAN OFFICIAL NEWS

Related Post
PESHAWAR, -- At least 10 people were killed and 30 others injured on Friday when
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu had meeting with the members of presidential council of Bosnia
The report said that the police operation, which is seen the part of the ongoing