A LOOK AT WHO WE ARE AND WHAT WE DO
The Prime Minister's Delivery Unit (PMDU) is a program in the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM). It is mandated to catalyzed the implementation of national priorities and enable the realization of big and fast results through a methodical approach to planning for implementation and execution. .
PMDU was conceived in the National Development Program (NDPII) and approved by cabinet in April 2015, with a primary call to identify challenges and bottlenecks affecting implementation of government programs and to find a solution. This was in response to concerns about the delays in the implementation of government priorities, drawing from similar experiences in other countries like the United Kingdom (UK), Rwanda, Kenya, Malaysia and other parts of the world.
Our intervention focus on the generation of clearly defined stakeholder efforts for realization of strategic outcomes through a methodical approach informed by our (5P) deliverology implementation principles.
Focus on the core government priorities as directed by the president.
Apply a rigorous and detailed participatory action plan across relevant stakeholders with clear interventions, milestones and budgets that are aligned to the priorities.
Engage the Prime Minister to facilitate the solving of problems as they arise so that there are no bottlenecks in the implementation chain. PMDU uses a consultative approach to support the sectors.
Maintain a consistent and rigorous pursuit for results based on the identified key priorities through the use of Real-Time data.
Provide a robust system for routine tracking and reporting of outcomes on agreed key government priorities and routinely update the Prime Minister and the President.