Directorate of Performance Monitoring and Evaluation (PME) conducts Sensitization workshop

The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Solomon Shibairo graced a three-day sensitization workshop on Business Process Reengineering (BPR) held at Farm View Hotel in Busia County from 4th May,2022 to 7th May, 2022.  The aim of this workshop is to review, interrogate and redesign service delivery processes in the University. The sensitization workshop themed ‘Business Process Re-engineering’ has been organized by the Directorate of Performance Monitoring and Evaluation (PME).

The objectives of the workshop was to increase efficiency and effectiveness in day to day activities, delivery of timely services to customers, reduction of unnecessary cost of doing business, enhancement of global competitiveness, increasing of transparency, integrity and accountability of government officers. Among the prioritized re-engineered processes to help the university define its processes were:  the Procurement Process, Payment Process and Admission process.

This informative workshop was facilitated by Ms. Jacqueline Mutimba Otwori from the Public Service Commission. The participants are champions/implementers picked across from various University cost Centres to help the University develop business re-engineering processes