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Prime Minister's Bureau

WHAT WE DO

  • We help formulate policy, carry out research and do speech writing for PM;
  • Serve the Prime Minister as strategic aide/assistants;
  • Provide managerial and advisory services on various issues to the Prime Minister;
  • We draft Cabinet memoranda on issues initiated by the Prime Minister.
  • We write feedback reports to the Executive, Legislative, Judiciary, Civil Society and other stakeholders on socioeconomic issues;
  • We provide support to the Prime Minister to fulfil her role in the National Assembly, Cabinet and to achieve other national objectives entrusted Office of the Prime Minister;
  • We facilitate the Prime Minister’s public engagements with the various stakeholders of OPM;
  • We communicate the Prime Minister’s messages to the public;
  • We strive to uphold and enhance the virtuous image of the Prime Minister’s Bureau and practice good corporate governance at all time;
  • We analyze questions and concerns received from members of parliament and the public.

Deputy Prime Minister's Private Office

Department Cabinet Secretariat, Policy Analysis And Coordination

WHAT WE DO

  • Provision of efficient, professional, technical and administrative support to Cabinet through:
  • Scrutiny and analysis of incoming memoranda to ensure compliance with the Cabinet Handbook, before it is placed on the Cabinet Agenda;
  • Provision of efficient professional, technical and administrative support to Cabinet, Cabinet Standing Committees, and ad-hoc Cabinet Committees created by Cabinet from time to time;
  • Preparation and dispatching of documents for Cabinet meetings and the Standing Committees;
  • Management and safe-keeping of Cabinet documents/records;
  • Issuance of Cabinet decisions to Offices/Ministries/Agencies for implementation;
  • Implementation of Cabinet decisions and monitoring thereof on bi-annual basis;
  • Facilitation and organisation of National Events (e.g Independence celebrations, Heroes Day Commemoration and Heroes Funerals; and
  • Coordination of the implementation of Government Programs.

Department Of Public Service It Management

Department of Public Service Information Technology Management

Our Mission

To keep pace with ICT development to ensure ICT skills and knowledge growth within the Namibian Public Service and install an ICT culture of innovation with a view to making the GRN’ service delivery to the Namibian public more efficient and effective through the e-Government projects initiatives.

Our Vision

To become the Centre for Valuable and Sustainable ICT Innovation in the Namibian Public Service.

Our Core value

Our core values are founded on six principles/pillars, namely; Accountability, Care, Commitment, Integrity, Mutual Respect and Teamwork.

WHAT WE DO

  • Promote and coordinated the implementation of the e-Government initiatives.
  • Oversee and monitor the acquisition of hardware and software and entry into Service Level Agreements (SLAs)
  • Promote and coordinate the development of sectoral and integrated information systems
  • Provide technical support to OMAs in the development, implementation, operation and maintenance of ICT infrastructure in the public service
  • Facilitate specialized ICT training in the public service.

Department Of Public Service Management

Public Service Commission Secretariat (Pscs)

Department Of Administration And It Management

WHAT WE DO

The Division provides administrative service in the following areas:

  • Human Resource Administration and Management
  • Industrial Relations
  • Organisational Development
  • Training and Development, and
  • Compilation of an AA report

Directorate Disaster Risk Management

Directorate Disaster Risk Management

Climate change continues to affect SADC Members States and increase risks of natural disasters emanating from climate related cyclones, storms, torrential rains and floods in the region.

Namibia is no exception, and is equally vulnerable to a range of natural disasters such as drought, food insecurity and flood events. Hence, a national approach to manage the risks is appropriate and necessary to create a local culture of disaster reduction including disaster prevention, mitigation, preparedness, recovery and rehabilitation, is inevitable.

In Namibia, this function is delegated to the Directorate Disaster Risk Management (DDRM) in the Office of the Prime Minister.

Worth noting is that, disaster risk management is a continuous and integrated multi-sectoral and multi-disciplinary process of planning and implementation of disaster risk management measures.

 

The mandate of the Directorate is to strengthen and coordinate disaster risk management activities in Namibia; facilitate the establishment of coordinated system of disaster risk management; provide support to DDRM Committees at regional, constituencies, settlement and local authorities in Namibia and to serve as the Secretariat to the National Disaster Risk Management Committee (NDRMC). The NDRMC and DDRM Committees have been established at government structures.

 

Namibia has made significant progress in respect of the implementation of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015 -2030 and National Disaster Risk Management Plan of 2011 (under review).

 

DDRM programmes include:

 

 

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WHAT WE DO

  • Our role is to:
  • Strengthen and Coordinate disaster risk management activities in Namibia.
  • Facilitate the establishment of coordinated system of disaster risk management in Namibia.
  • Provide support to Regional, Constituencies, Settlement and Local Authorities DRM Committee
  • Serve as the Secretariat to the National Disaster Risk Management Committee