Addis Ababa, – The Ministry of Justice announced that it has finalized the Business Process Re-engineering (BPR) study so as to provide speedy and effective service to the society.
Speaking on a workshop organized to exchange views on the BPR study, state Minister of justice Berhanu Tsegaye said that the Ministry would have five major and three supportive work processes.
Civil society and NGOs registration and monitoring, civil code justice administration, law studies administration, formulation and study of laws , criminal justice administration as well as certification divisions would be the key work processes.
The state minister also pointed out that the work processes are designed in a suitable manner to render effective services.
The supportive work processes include the communication, planning, procurement, finance and resource management, personnel management areas.
He also indicated that the study of the BPR was conducted benchmarking experiences of foreign countries, adding, that the study would enable the ministry to provide speedy and effective service for the society.
The workshop is meant to develop additional proposals and ideas for the BPR study.
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