|About the Public Service Board, our Vision, Mission, Core Values, Strategic Objectives and Functions|
A competitive, effective and efficient public service for a working County.
To recruit, develop, nurture and retain an effective county public service that complies with the values and principles of good governance.
The core values of the County Public Service Board shall be as follows:
a) Transparency and Accountability.
b) Efficiency and Effectiveness.
c) Integrity and Fairness.
d) Equity and Diversity.
e) Creativity and Innovation.
Professionalism and Skills improvement.
The following are the strategic objectives of County Public Service Board;
a) To create a lean, effective , efficient and highly motivated county public service workforce
b) To develop critical institutional framework and policy guidelines that will inform and regulate various operations of the County Public Service on issues pertaining to Human Resource Management and performance.
c) Establish structures to promote monitor and evaluate adherence to values and principles of public service and report on the extent of compliance.
Develop mechanisms through which the Board can advise the county government on performance management systems.
On the basis of section 59 of the County Government Act (2012), the functions of the Public service board are as follows:
(i) Establish and abolish offices in the county public service;
(ii) Appoint persons to hold or act in offices of the county public service including in the Boards of cities and urban areas within the county and to confirm appointments;
(iii) Exercise disciplinary control over and remove persons holding or acting in those offices;
(iv) Submit reports to the county assembly regularly on the execution of the functions of the Board;
(v) Promote in the county public service the values and principles referred to in Articles 10 and 232;
(vi) Evaluate and report to the county assembly on the extent to which the values and principles referred to in Articles 10 and 232 are complied with in the county public service;
(vii) Facilitate the development of coherent, integrated human resource planning and budgeting for personnel emoluments in counties;
(viii) Advise the county government on human resource management and development issues;
(ix) Advise county government on implementation and monitoring of the national performance management system in counties;
(x) Make recommendations to the Salaries and Remuneration Commission, on behalf of the county government, on the remuneration, pensions and gratuities for county public service employees;
(xi) Visit any county public office or body with a view to assessing and inspecting the status of compliance with the values and principles;
(xii) Investigate, on its own initiative or upon a complaint made by any person or group of persons, the violation of any values and principles;
(xiii) Apply automated systems and processes in relevant human resource functions
The Board proposes to have two major divisions to perform various functions under different sections.
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|1||David K. Siele||Chair of the Public Service Board||Placeholder for the chair's message.|
|2||Esther Koech||Vice Chair of the Public Service Board||Placeholder for the vice chair's message.|
|3||Ronald Sigeyh||Secretary / CEO of the Public Service Board||Placeholder for the CEO's message|
|4||Daniel Sang||Member of the Public Service Board||Placeholder for the member's message|
|5||Richard Ngetich||Member of the Public Service Board||Placeholder for the member's message|
|6||Julius Mibei||Member of the Public Service Board||Placeholder for the member's message|
|7||Betsy Kirui||Member of the Public Service Board||Placeholder for the member's message|
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