After a full year of tireless effort to derive their new corporate plan after the expiry of the recent one, the National Judiciary Staff Services (NJSS) has announced that they will be launching the NJSS & Civil Registry Cooperate Plan 2023-2027 along with the Anti-Corruption Strategy.
National Judiciary Staff Services Secretary, Mr. Jack Kariko stated that the last NJSS & Civil Registry Cooperate Plan had expired at the end of 2022, and they have been working on setting up the next five year plan since last year.
“Back in the first quarter of last year, we started working on the new one. We had our different business units from the Judiciary, Registry and Corporate services to get together and start working on how we see the next one would look like.”
Mr. Kariko stated that it’s been a team effort between all business and divisional units within the Judiciary and having that final document now realized, it gives them a sense of pride in having a framework set up for what they will be looking to achieve in the next five years.
With the Anti-Corruption Strategy, Mr. Kariko stated that this has been going on for the last 18 months or so in collaboration with the Transparency International PNG.
“They have assisted us a lot. I think they do periodic reporting on institutions within the Government and how transparent they are.”
He stated that they have assisted them with their anti-corruption strategy and have been working closely to come up with the strategy. It was ready a few months back, but it was thought to be a good idea to launch it in unison with the corporate plan.