ACP Launching 2014
The Permanent Secretary for Lands and Mineral Resources, Mr. Tevita Boseiwaqa launched
the Ministry’s 2014 Annual Corporate Plan on Friday, 31/01/2013. PSLMR said the key feature of the 2014 Corporate Plan is changing the landscape to establish conducive working environment that promotes good teamwork to achieve high level of productivity. The launching was witnessed by the Ministry’s Senior Management and staffs including the two (2) Divisional Land Manager’s Office in the Western and Northern Division.
Apart from the launching of the 2014 ACP, PSLMR also launched the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for the State Land Administration, Complaint’s database and the Harmonisation database. The Ministry has achieved another milestone in laying a sound platform for an effective and efficient state land management system through the standard operations procedure (SOP). The SOP entails a clear direction on how we should operate our assigned tasks and the key principles that governs it. It is therefore, expected that errors of judgment are minimised and an improvement in serving our customers particularly on the timely delivery of service. The Ministry now has a complaints management system or complaints database in place that keeps all records of complaints and ensures that all complaints are taken seriously. In addition the Ministry has also set up a Harmonisation database – a mechanism to continually monitor and ensure that records matched works carried out on the ground.
The Ministry’s outputs and activities are directly linked to the People’s Charter for Change & Progress (PCCPP) and the Strategic Framework for Change & Roadmap for Democracy & Sustainable Social-Economic Development (RDSSED) 2009 – 2014. It is the plan of the Ministry to achieve 60% of its 2014 budget allocations for all its projects by end of June 2014, in accordance with the Government’s mandate. As alluded in the PSLMR’s statement in the 2014 ACP, this year, the Ministry will work smarter by building and strengthening alliances with relevant stakeholders, consult more within and externally, do more marketing of its products and services, consolidate decentralization of services to the divisional offices, streamlining its processes and legislations, prudent management of land and mineral resources development for optimum use, and strengthen leadership and human resource capacities at all levels.
A number of land subdivisions done illegally
07:08 Fijivillage Feb 03,2014
The Ministry of Lands and Mineral Resources has
Lack of vehicles delay work-Boseiwaqa
12:59 Fijivillage Feb 02, 2014
One of the major reasons for delays in work carried out