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WAN Governments ICT highway



Wan The government of Barbados signed a historic contract on January 5, 2016 for the implementation of Government’s Wide Area Network (WAN). The WAN was conceptualized to serve as a key infrastructural element and a catalyst for Government to aggressively implement its proposed e-Government programmes.

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Road Map for Digital Government

 

govimage  Citizens today demand greater online services, streamlined to meet their needs.   Government is  seeking to meet this challenge by engaging the services of Deloitte Barbados in conjunction with the e-government Unit, Ministry of the Civil Service to:

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Honouring 50 outstanding Public Servants

 

B50 VERTICAL LOGO 01  As part of Barbados 50th Independence Anniversary celebrations the Office of Public Sector Reform will be publishing a special edition of our Challenge to Change magazine to recognize fifty (50) retired or deceased public officers who made an outstanding contribution to the Public Service of Barbados.

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Objectives and Core Values


Objectives

  1. To deepen the awareness for Public Sector Reform;
  2. To develop a culture of Customer Orientation;
  3. To facilitate the effective and efficient delivery of public service;
  4. To develop a professional and performance-oriented public service;
  5. To establish linkages with other institutions in the area of PSR;
  6. To develop an in-house capability to harness our human resources;
  7. To promote an organisational structure that builds professional competencies, fosters career mobility and establishes efficient operating systems; and
  8. To train a high calibre professional staff and develop a cadre of public sector internal consultants.
 
Core Values

Leadership: 
We strive to develop and become the leaders necessary to transform the public sector. We work in purposeful, strategic, and resourceful ways, define broadly what is within our control to solve, and learn and improve constantly.

Teamwork: We are supportive and respectful of the skills, talents and efforts of each team member and demonstrate loyalty to one another.

Customer Focus: We focus on superior customer service and are dedicated to the highest standards.

Innovation: We are committed to delivering creative and innovative solutions to advance the modernization of the Public Service.

Professionalism: We act with integrity, providing quality service, being reliable and responsible.

Accountability: We accept our individual and team responsibilities and we meet our commitments. We take responsibility for our performance in all of our decisions and actions.

Confidentiality: We treat all information with the highest degree of discretion.

Openness: We are willing to accept new ideas and concepts in order to advance various reform initiatives.

What's New

New Microsoft Enterprise Agreement

New Microsoft Enterprise Agreement

  Software Assurance, enhanced business integration, and improved productivity are some of the outcomes that government expects to reap with its new  Microsoft Enterprise Agreement (MEA).

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Honouring 50 outstanding Public Servants

Honouring 50 outstanding Public Servants

   As part of Barbados 50th Independence Anniversary celebrations the Office of Public Sector Reform will be publishing a special edition of our Challenge to Change magazine to recognize fifty...

Read more

Road Map for Digital Government

Road Map for Digital Government

   Citizens today demand greater online services, streamlined to meet their needs.   Government is  seeking to meet this challenge by engaging the services of Deloitte Barbados in conjunction with the...

Read more

WAN Governments ICT highway

WAN Governments ICT highway

The government of Barbados signed a historic contract on January 5, 2016 for the implementation of Government’s Wide Area Network (WAN). The WAN was conceptualized to serve...

Read more

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