Thursday, January 10, 2013

Supreme State Control Launches National Award for Excellence to Curb Corruption

The first objective is to promote exemplary behavior in the management of public affairs in order to serve as references and models in public eyes.
The second objective is to ensure the purpose of the controls. These must indeed be levied and used as a management tool to optimize both performance and curb the inefficiencies and reprehensible behavior and glorifying the merits of good managers to promote good public governance in Cameroon.
The idea according to a hint is expected to curb corruption and embezzlement within government circles.
As such the Award fir Excellence focuses on:
- Maximising revenue collection of the State,
- Promote the  rational use of state resources ,
- Instill transparency in the execution of the public investment budget in quantity and quality,
- And ensure Innovative management and control of public finances.
According to what we gathered, 19 applications were received from some civil servants of good morals. Following deliberations by jury members, the winners of the Award of Excellence Managerial Public Administration Cameroon 2012 edition have been designated as follows:
 Maximize revenue collection of the State:
- First Prize Laureate: Directorate General of Customs, Ministry of Finance
- 2nd Prize: Mr. David Tségui, Regional Delegate of the Ministry of Commerce for the Littoral.
Rational use of state resources:
- 1st Prize Laureate Mr. Issa Fedzié, regional delegate of the Ministry of Small and Medium Enterprises, Social Economy and Handicrafts Northwest.
- 2nd prize: Mr. Joseph Bipoupout, Departmental Delegate of Small and Medium Sized Enterprises, Social Economy and crafts for Wouri.

- 3rd prize: Madme Eveyé Jeanine Sidonie in his capacity as Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Administrative Reform.

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