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The Power of Mercy Advisory Committee (POMAC)

Africa Public Service Day National Celebrations

The Power of Mercy Advisory Committee (POMAC) Participated in this year’s Africa Public Service Day national celebration, at an exhibition held at the KICC, Tsavo Ballroom on the 21st to 23rd June, 2022.

POMAC was demonstrating the newly launched electronic Petitions Management System (ePMIS), an online platform that is meant to reengineer the petitions process by greatly improving on accessibility, convenience as well as availability of a feedback mechanism where a petitioner is able to track progress of their petition.

APSD is an African Union calendar event celebrated annually to reflect on the efficiency of public service delivery and also to take cognizance of the achievements made in public service transformation. This year’s theme was, “Celebrating Public Transformation: Ten Year Journey and Beyond.”

 The activity was a 3-day event that brought together Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) and the County Governments, who showcased outstanding innovations that have transformed public service delivery.

In his keynote address, the Head of Public Service Dr. Kinyua, acknowledged the government’s effort in creating an inclusive environment for the youth who are more tech savvy to enable innovative public service delivery.

“As we balance between a sophisticated young citizenry and limited resources, it is of fundamental importance that the public servant is innovative, prudent and resourceful to ensure we meet the expectations,” he said.