ISLAMABAD: In order to improve governance and service delivery of certain Division/Ministries, the Prime Minister’s Performance Delivery Unit (PMDU) after detailed deliberations has devised a composite tasking document containing proposed interventions; with timelines, in the shape of targeted institutional interventions.
By implementing these interventions, it is hoped that the Federal Ministries/Divisions and their attached departments will be able to improve service delivery across their domain, a press release of the PM Office issued here Tuesday said.
The tasking document carries specialized tasks which are to be achieved on the basis of time-based deliverables (03 months/06 months) respectively. The ministries will be at liberty to incorporate their own in-house initiatives, which they can complete within 03-06 months and share those with PMDU within one week.
The achievements of these targets would be one of the parameters to gauge the performance of the ministries/divisions.
The tasking document has been sent to Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Interior, Planning, Power, Petroleum, Aviation, IT & Telecom, Federal Education & Professional Training, Ministry of National Health Services & Coordination and the Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis & Human Resource Development.