KEY DELIVERY PRINCIPLES (5Ps)
Focus on a limited number of explicit government priorities identified and approved by the President to be prioritized by the leader of government business.
- Planning for Implementation
Add value to ministries in terms of detailed delivery planning, identifying personnel and budgets and rigorous focus on the implementation timelines, and offering continuous support to ensure performance.
Use a supportive, consultative, service-oriented, and catalytic approach, in supporting the sectors to remove obstacles, help resolve coordination problems, and deliver faster and better, with no intention to replace the existing bureaucracy and government structures. The Unit will therefore build strong and collaborative relationships with the sectors and other government agencies through the Prime Minister.
Maintain a consistent non-yielding vigorous pursuit and pressure for results based on the identified key priorities through the use of real-time data and evidence, collaborative problem-solving, application of best practice, capacity building for delivery, and attributing responsibility and credit to the sectors.
Provide a rigorous system for routine tracking and reporting progress on the agreed key priorities of government through the use of real-time data and thereby keep the Prime Minister constantly updated on the work of the priority sectors.