The Caribbean Centre for Development Administration (CARICAD) will help fulfil cabinet’s decision to undertake the organizational review and reclassification of the public service in Dominica.
This decision will allow a comprehensive analysis of the organizational structure of the various ministries and departments. During this time an evaluation of salaries will be done and the compensation structure within the public service will also be reviewed.
“Some of the main activities to be undertaken by CARICAD in this effort are the strategic review of all Ministries and departments including to assess mandates, functions, structures, systems and staffing to determine fit for purpose; determination of operational effectiveness, goal achievement and efficiency of the entities; recommendations for modernized ICT systems and work flows to contribute to enhance service delivery in keeping with the proposed changes outlined; a review of the existing legislation to determine alignment of legal with performance outcomes and where necessary make recommendations to strengthen the legislative framework,” Prime Minister Skerrit listed.
The team responsible for this assignment will be led by Mr. Devon Rowe, Executive Director of CARICAD. Other nationals of CARICOM who are experienced in working in the Caribbean region will also form part of this team.
The professional fees for this assignment is three hundred and forty six thousand, and five hundred dollars with the consultancy being carried out over a 12 month period effective November 1 2020.