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Corporate Services

Rationale:

To coordinate Finance, Human Resource and Administration, Corporate Planning and Information and Communication Technology activities in the Service and Initiate the development of policies, plans and strategies in the functional areas of Finance, HR and Administration, Corporate Planning and Information and Communication Technology services.

b)   Functions:

(i)                 Coordinate Finance, Human Resource and Administration, Corporate Planning and Information and Communication Technology activities in the Service;

(ii)               Initiate the development of policies, plans and strategies in the functional areas of Finance, HR and Administration, Corporate Planning and Information and Communication Technology services;

(iii)             Foster a culture that promotes team capability and reflects the values which facilitate performance, professionalism and innovation by staff throughout the Service;

(iv)             Ensure financial prudence and discipline for Financial Accounting, Planning, Treasury management, budgeting and budgetary controls in compliance with the set legal guidelines;

(v)               Overall accountability for planning, directing and executing all human resources strategies, policies and plans;

(vi)             Ensure effective implementation and compliance with all legislative requirements relating to corporate services;

(vii)           Coordinate KeFS’ Management Information Systems and security;

(viii)         Coordinate technology infrastructure in line with KeFS’ goals and changing technologies;

(ix)             Provide technical, strategic and policy advice on ICT matters and implementation of various ICT work processes, procedures and other administrative related matters; and

(x)               Maintenance of KeFS asset register.

The Corporate Services Directorate will be organized into the following  four (4) Departments:

(i)                 Finance and Accounts;

(ii)               Human Resource Management and Administration;

(iii)             Information Communication  Technology;

(iv)             Corporate Communication