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During 1990s a number of policy reviews directed at reforming the public service, among them were a public sector Management review, civil service pay and employment study, service action plan, the poverty alleviation programme and financial review of Ministries.
All the for-mentioned reform efforts happened in the absence of a coordinating institution hence Government noted gaps when following up on the progress made. It is in view of the foregoing that government thought of establishing the public Sector Reforms management unit to initiate and oversee the implementation of Reforms.
It follows therefore that in April, 2008 the president decreed that the Public Sector Reforms Management Unit should be established as a permanent structure to oversee the implementation of reforms in the Public Service. The unit is responsible for coordinating and monitoring the effective implementation of the public sector reforms programs.