Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology has embarked on the implementation of the performance indicators and targets following successful negotiations, vetting and signing of the 2018/2019 Performance Contract.
The signing of the Contract which took place on December 4, 2018 at the Centre for Mathematics Science and Technology Training in East Africa (CEMASTEA) in Karen, Nairobi was presided over by the Education Cabinet Secretary Amb. Amina Mohamed.
Under the 15th Cycle Performance Contracting Guidelines vetted Performance Contracts are signed by the Chairpersons of the Council and the Independent Member of the Council on the one part, and the Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Education countersigned by the Cabinet Secretary, National Treasury and Planning on the other part.
In her remarks, the Cabinet Secretary appreciated the commitment made by all State Corporations, Public Universities and Parastatals under the Ministry of Education towards implementing the government’s Big Four Agenda.
She urged the various Chairpersons of Councils and Boards to oversee the full implementation and realization of performance indicators and targets set in the signed performance contracts.
The Cabinet Secretary added that evaluation and ranking of results of the performance targets shall be conducted effectively at the end of performance period.
The JKUAT team at the signing ceremony also included Deputy Director, DiPCA, Charles Gaya and Senior Administrative Assistant, Anderson Mwito.