A statement issued on Monday in Abuja by BPSR Director of Strategic Communications, Mr Umar Aliyu said this was agreed during a visit by the Director-General (DG) of the Bureau, Mr Dasuki Arabi in Abeokuta.
The SSG said that the partnership would enhance the various reforms to reposition the state public service embarked by Gov. Dapo Abiodun.
Talabi said the reforms include, the automation of the process of appointment of Permanent Secretaries and the digitisation of registration of public schools.
Others are the digitisation of Ogun State Land Administration and Revenue Management System, establishment of state Bureau of Public Procurement, Government Delivery Unit, as well as Housing reforms, among others.
“The government delivery unit was created to serve as a platform for effective tracking and coordination of priority initiatives.
“It has consistently engaged and collaborated with Ministries Departments and Agencies, as well as stakeholders in ensuring transparency, accountability, resource control, control resolution, quality assurance and due process,” he added.
Talabi explained that the digitisation of schools registration had curtailed juvenile delinquency and criminal tendencies of some students who in the past moved from one school to the other to evade consequences of their actions.
According to him, the reform of the housing sector has removed bottlenecks for middle class citizens including public servants in owning decent houses.
Earlier, Arabi said that the visit was to offer necessary support to the state government towards establishing a full-fledged Bureau of Public Service Reforms to improve public administration.
The DG emphasised that the reforms would bring about core public service institutions in a systemic and sustainable manner for enduring changes in the behaviour of public sector actors in the interest of the people.
Present during the visit were the State Head of Service, Dr Nafiu Aigoro, Permanent Secretary, Ogun Public Service Transformation Office, Mr Jola Oyeneye, and his counterpart in the Bureau of Establishments and Training, Mrs Lydia Fajounbo, among others.