The Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Bello Hassan, has stated the organization’s willingness to collaborate with the Bureau of Public Service Reforms (BPSR) to improve innovation and service delivery to depositors and other stakeholders.
Hassan made the remarks while greeting the bureau’s Director-General, Dasuki Ibrahim Arabi, and other members of management who paid a courtesy call to the corporation.
According to a statement from Bashir Nuhu, Director, Communication and Public Affairs Department, the NDIC boss noted that the organization’s commitment to effective service delivery informed its board’s swift approval of the establishment of an Efficiency and Innovation Unit of the Strategy Development Department by the directive of the office of the Head of Civil Service of the FCT.
Hassan stated that the BPSR’s Self-Evaluation Tool (SAT) would complement the Corporation’s existing assessment procedure while also improving corporate governance.
Dasuki Arabi said earlier in his presentation that the bureau’s IT-based self-assessment tool is designed to coordinate, monitor, and evaluate reform implementation, as well as disseminate information on all elements of public service, among other goals.
He expressed confidence in the Corporation’s ability to implement the bureau’s self-assessment methods and its commitment to making innovation a top priority to enhance service excellence; adding that BPSR would continue to work with the NDIC and other government agencies to assess their performance to ensure that their mandate is carried out to the best of their abilities.