Corporate Sector

The major role of the Corporate Services division is to provide support services and technical advice to the Administration and Enga Provincial Government and especially to the core sectors engaged in implementing development policies for both the National and the provincial government.

With the present approach and emphasis on districts and the rural areas as the engine for growth and development, the division’s orientation with regard to work performance and focus would be changed accordingly to cover the districts as well. The recent National Government development initiatives such as the Vision 2050, National Strategic Plan, MTDS, the PPII program and the PCMC are some of the programs the division will coordinate to ensure it play a lead role to ensure their effectiveness. Added to the above, one classis example would be the extension of project monitoring and evaluation services to the districts to improve overall accountability of government programs such as the DSIP and DRIP funding programs.

As a division therefore, we expect to nurture and develop a positive atmosphere for all to work as a team in facilitating other branches and divisions of the administration to ensure the entire provincial performance is geared and guided towards our overall strategic objective of transforming Enga.

Besides the above, some of the other significant responsibilities of the division will be to provide the required planning advice, and to assist districts and other divisions on staff development and personnel needs to ensure all are geared towards the attainment of our broad vision statement of transforming Enga towards an accepted level of prosperity and development.

Twenty-five years of stable leadership and consistent administrative machinery have resulted in EPG attracting more foreign government and NGO donor agencies to invest in all sectors in the province. ’This has been our strength and a Key strategy for addressing our development agendas.

Chief Sir Peter Ipatas,GCL,KBE,MP
Governor, Enga Province