Nairobi Deputy Governor Ann Kananu is scheduled to lead the County Executive Committee Members in signing the 2020/21 performance contracts.
This was revealed in Mombasa, during the opening session for performance management that will culminate in the signing of the annual performance contract 2020/2021 by the County Executives.
Acting County Secretary, Dr Jairus Musumba told the session that the move is geared towards promoting the culture of performance management as well as service delivery.
The exercise failed to take place at the beginning of the financial year because of leadership wrangles that had prevailed at City Hall.
“The entire process is to institutionalize the culture of performance management in NCCG as a strategy to institutionalize support supervision with a view to improving service delivery,” Musumba said.
Musumba said that organizations are required to set targets and achieve them in a given period of time. In a competitive world today, organizations are challenged and required to improve quality of service, productivity, profitability, service delivery and customer satisfaction.
Nairobi County was last year ranked ranked position 20 out of 47 counties but now targets to rank among the top five.
The year 2020 survey conducted by Infotrak placed Nairobi at position with a mean score of 48.5 per cent.
In his cabinet meeting held a fortnight ago, DG Kananu emphasized the need for the county executives to work closely with the Nairobi Metropolitan Services to improve service delivery.
Meanwhile the County Government and the NMS are finalizing arrangements on how to allocate traders in the new markets that are 90% complete.
Trade and Tourism, County Executive, Winnie Gathanga revealed that they are currently putting in place compensation and relocation arrangements of traders to pave way for the construction of the New Karandini Market in conjunction with Nairobi Metropolitan Services Improvement Project (NAMSIP).
The project will jointly be unveiled by the county government and NMS before the end of the year.
Ms. Gathangu also mentioned that the construction of City Park Market was 90% complete and plans to construct Gikomba Fish Market underway.