Kolade, who responded to questions from State House correspondents, said what made his committee appeared slow was because the programme was new and the committee was working out the templates which were now ready.
Consequently, he said they could now move faster with the implementations.
He said he came to brief President Goodluck Jonathan on how far they had gone with their activities and the areas of public service they have chosen to execute projects.
"All we have done today is to tell him how we are organising the work, how we are working with the other parts of the public service which are handling the projects. We have done that so that he knows what is going on. Everybody now knows how far we have gone and also knows about what we have done so far, so we are going back to build on that," he explained.
He denied that his committee had run into any problem or clashes with the Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs), stating instead that they have had their cooperation since they understand they were also formed to serve the public. "So we have met no resistance."
On what appears to be a slow pace of work by his committee, he replied that they were a new committee executing a new programme with all the preliminary work that have to be done for a sound pedestal to execute their mandate.
He promised to work faster now things have taken shape.
He said the amount of money meant for their work was public knowledge and had no problems with it while the storm currently in the National Assembly as it was on how subsidy funds were expended while their own mandate was on how to manage funds saved from subsidy and using it to execute certain projects.
Asked if his committee has encountered challenges in the course of their work, he said: "Of course, just like any human endeavours, there must be challenges but they are not insurmountable."