Shake-Up on Cards for Uganda's Govt Agencies
In an effort to save more than U.S.$260 million in public administration costs, the Cabinet on September 10, resolved to merge or disband 71 government agencies and departments, causing panic among civil servants. Affected agencies include the Uganda National Roads Authority, the National Lotteries Board and the National Citizenship and Immigration Control.
Kampala, Uganda (file photo).
Monitor, 12 September 2018
The government will be saving Shs1 trillion each year in overhead expenses following a Cabinet decision to scrap and or merge up to 71 semi-autonomous agencies, Information… Read more »
Observer, 12 September 2018
A cabinet decision on Monday to disband 71 government agencies has set off panic amongst employees. Read more »
Monitor, 11 September 2018
A Cabinet meeting chaired by President Museveni yesterday agreed to disband or merge dozens more agencies in an ongoing massive reorganisation of government and realignment of… Read more »
Monitor, 3 September 2018
The Cabinet has taken a decision to scrap Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) and National Medical Stores and transfer their mandate to the mother ministries to reduce wastage… Read more »
Monitor, 23 August 2017
President Museveni has ordered for a review of the public service with a view of scrapping, downsizing and merging government agencies and Authorities in a move he says will deal… Read more »