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Submitted by Lanre Rotimi on
I have read with interest Nick’s article on the World Bank’s New Public Sector Management, PSM, Thinking, posted on 25 April and note that AfCOP circulated information on this article on 26 April. The points made by Nick and Stuti underline the magnitude and complexity of the real and complex PSM problems on the ground from village to global levels and on Donor Agencies, International Institutions, Developed / Developing Countries Governments and CSOs’ – National and International sides. Our study finding is that sustainable solutions to real and complex PSM problems on the ground on International Institutions, Donor Agencies, Developed / Developing Countries Governments, CSOs’ – National and International sides, greatly depends on sustainable solutions to real and complex Global Visions – MDGs’; PD; AAA; One UN Initiative; One World Bank Group; G20 Global Solutions to Global Problems on the ground and this calls for Integrated Political, Economic, Financial, Social, Cultural, Technical and Religious Solutions Frameworks within One Worldwide Assessment Framework, Budgeting Framework Competencies Framework for all Service Providers and Service Users. The point we are making is that achieving World Bank New PSM Vision Ambition greatly depends on Policy, Program, Project Interventions within New PSM Initiative and New PSM Training as a “Single Project” in all Institutions in the World Bank Group Driving World Bank Group Reform that is effectively linked to Reforms in all remaining G20 Institutions – UN, IMF, EC; all G20 Countries, Non G20 Countries and Non G20 Institutions. The Professionals, Processes and Frameworks required for successful implementation; monitoring, evaluation and assessment of the implementation of these Integrated Reforms exist. May I make the following suggestions:- 1. The World Bank through AfCOP Secretariat / MfDR World Bank need to adopt a structured approach to organizing effective New PSM Thinking Consultation in select Developed and Developing Countries. 2. The World Bank through AfCOP Secretariat / MfDR World Bank need to Integrate the Consultation in (1) with Diagnostic Studies whose recommendations are Implemented with Implementation Monitoring, Evaluation and Assessment Outcomes fed back into the Continuing Constructive Consultation Process. Should these suggestions be welcome, I am willing to make further contributions some public and some private through the supplied email address. (These comments have been edited)