The National Productivity Centre has streamlined and restructured its governance and management structure for optimum service delivery.
The new structure was unveiled by the Director-General of the Centre, Dr. Kashim Akor at its Corporate Headquarters in Abuja.
According to the Director-General the new structure was developed to address the key mandates and objectives of the Centre as well as the spirit of the Centre’s 2016 – 2020 Strategic Plan recently rolled out by the Centre.
Dr. Akor said the new structure was also intended to eliminate duplication of duties, while allowing room for professionalism.
Under the new arrangement, the Centre now has seven departments and three units. The departments and their new heads are:
Dr. Nasir Raji-Mustapha heads the State Offices Coordination and Procurement Directorate, while Mallam Adamu Ibrahim and Engr. David Adejoh heads the Audit and the ICT Units respectively.
It will be recalled that the National Productivity Centre recently launched its 2016 – 2020 Strategic Plan. The plan focuses on the development of the private sector driven economy, creation of jobs, generation of revenue and the re-orientation of the mindsets of the citizenry to improve productivity and quality service delivery.