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The Public Service Commission Chairperson, Amb. Anthony Muchiri has called upon Ministries, State Departments, and State Agencies (MDAs) to ensure compliance with the values and principles of public service enshrined in articles 10 and 232 of the 2010 constitution.  

Amb. Muchiri noted this in his keynote address and opening remarks today, 28.02.2023, during a Webinar on the dissemination of the FY 2021/2022 Values and Principles Compliance Evaluation Report Findings to Ministries/ State Departments & Agencies; Commissions & Independent offices; Statutory Commissions & Authorities; Public Universities; State Corporations; and Technical & Vocational Education Training Institutes. 

“ As a country, we must strongly lay values and principles as the foundation of our national development plans and mainstream the same in our everyday life to catapult our economy into the first World,” Said Amb. Muchiri. 

The PSC Chairperson has also urged all government institutions to give the Value and Principles compliance report the attention it needs and implement its recommendations accordingly.  He also called upon the heads of human resources and legal departments across the MDAs to reflect on the PSC Strategic plan 2019/2024. 

The FY 2021/2022 Values and Principles Compliance Evaluation Report will be presented to the President on 22nd March 2023. 

The Webinar was attended by Commission Secretary Dr. Simon Rotich and PSC Values technical team led by the Director Compliance and Quality Assurance (CQA) Mr. Simon Wachinga and Human Resource Directors from MDAs. 

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