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What steps has the Minister taken to give effect to the performance agreement that he signed with the President in 2010

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What steps has the Minister taken to give effect to the performance agreement that he signed with the President in 2010
31/08/2012

Question for written reply

Question no.: 2308

Date of publication: September 2012

2308. Mr G G Boinamo (DA) to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises:
(a) What steps has he taken to give effect to the performance agreement that he signed with the President in 2010, (b) what outcomes have been measured and (c) what follow-up steps has he taken with regard to each specified outcome? NW2892E

Reply:

Government has adopted 12 outcomes with a view to measure performance and delivery against them. 

The President signed performance agreements with all Cabinet Ministers. In these performance agreements, Ministers were requested to establish and participate in Implementation Forums for each of the twelve outcomes. The Implementation Forums have developed delivery agreements for the Outcomes.  All departments, agencies and spheres of Government that are involved in the direct delivery required to achieve an outcome, are party to the agreement. 
In June 2012, Government released the Mid-Term Review, which focuses on the Government’s progress against the delivery agreements for the twelve outcomes.

The Honourable Member is referred to this document which gives a comprehensive account on progress in the areas of national priorities.

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