The Permanent Secretary, Mr Olusade Adesola has commended the Management and Staff of Abuja Geographic Information Systems (AGIS)/Department of Land Administration for their consistency in generating robust revenue into the coffers of FCT Administration since inception.
Mr Adesola, who was represented by the Director, Human Resource Management, Muhammad Bashir (mni) gave this commendation while declaring open a one-day workshop organized by FCTA for all Staff of AGIS/Land Administration to sensitise them on the signing of the Service Level Agreement geared towards the implementation of the Federal Government’s Ease of Doing Business (EoDB).
The Permanent Secretary further expatiated that sequel to the meeting with the Directors of SDAs that have been chosen as pilot Agencies, which include AGIS/Land, the FCT Administration deemed it necessary to cascade the sensitization down to all Staff, particularly those who interface with customers in their daily routine. He, therefore, enjoined them to make customers have value for their money by doing the right thing.
In his own remarks, Director/CEO AGIS, Dr. Isa Ibrahim Jalo informed participants that the Service Level Agreement is aimed at Service Delivery improvement in line with Executive order No. 001 of 2017 on the Ease of Doing Business (EoDB) noting that Staff of AGIS are now being used for the technology upgrade provided by FCTA.
In his presentation, the Solicitor General, FCTA, G. Bawa, Esq. admonished all Staff to ensure that customers are duly communicated in any case of compliance with the documented timeline, otherwise, extant Public Service Rules will be invoked on erring Officers which may include summary dismissal from Service.
Ag. Director, Reform Coordination and Service Improvement, Dr. Jumai Ahmadu, described AGIS as the flagship of FCTA, noting that the Agency has set a record that is now being emulated by other States all over the Nation for the development of their Geographic Information Systems.
Dr. Jumai further opined that the EoDB is closely linked with Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) which was launched by the Federal Government in 2021 to enable Public Servants document their daily processes of their daily routine.
Mr. Segun Kayode, Eseoghene Okomudo and Arome Alabi