By Ladipo Adamolekun, Guy de Lusignan, Armand Atomate

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Public sector management reform is, of course, not new. In the last thirty years many countries have pursued "micro" reforms described variously as program budgeting, management by objectives and accountable management, to name but a few. And many individual organizations at both national and local government level have developed their own initiatives focusing on efficiency, effectiveness and customer service. (In some cases this raises questions about the value added by "central" initiatives).

On the contrary, decisions are devolved within a policy framework and managers must be held accountable for these decisions within this framework. Reporting on and audit of decisions made are part of this accountability. Devolution is based on the view that decisions made closer to their actual point of impact, and therefore with greater knowledge of likely results, are likely to be better decisions. There is little evidence that centralized decision-making is any better than devolved decision-making in avoiding inappropriate decisions.

Reducing Poverty By Building Local Service Delivery Capacities Armand Atomate 131 Part Three: Workshop on Civil Service Reform in Francophone Africa 11. E. Mr. Daniel Kablan Duncan, Prime Minister 153 Page vi Annex C: List of Participants 156 Annex D: List of Contributors 159 Page vii FOREWORD This publication of the proceedings of the Regional Workshop on Civil Service Reform in francophone Africa is a timely and useful addition to the studies in the field of public sector management. The Workshop was organized jointly by the Government of Cote d' Ivoire, the Public Administration Division of the United Nations Secretariat and the World Bank.

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