The supervisory and control role of the Secretariat

The supervisory and control role of the Secretariat

The supervisory and control role of the Secretariat     

The supervisory and control role of the Secretariat has also emerged which scrutinizing and reviewing the federal Ministries and the states governments' performance.

The Secretariat became open to the occupiers of the key jobs to obtain what the need from information, data and consultations without restricting them to the bureaucratic procedures.

All these factors together have doubled the responsibilities and the functions of the Secretariat which is working persistently and silently to serve the executive body to promote its performance and to entrench firmly the federal governance which is based on efficient and competent organs towards building a modern state in conformity with requirements of the modern contemporary time .

to perform all these functions the ministerial order No1 was issued specifying the functions of the Secretariat General of the Coucil of Ministers.*as follows.

1-The executive role which represents performing the Secretariat role.

2-The consultative role through conducting studies that assist the decision making process.

3-The coordinative role is performed between the Council of Ministers and the federal Ministries and the states governments and between the sovereignty and executive bodies as well.

4-The controlling role is performed by following the implementation of the resolutions along with the programs of labor and administrative reform.

5-The media role is represented by accentuating the activities , policies and decisions of the Council of Ministers to the public opinion.

These roles are enshrined in specific functions to be undertaken the Secretariat General as follows:

1-Performing the functions of a general secretariat of the Council of Ministers.

2-Registering the resolutions and directives and forwarding them to the relevant authorities as well as following up their implementations

3- Following up the progress of performance at the federal ministries and states government along with preparing regular reports on what is achieved in this regard.

4- Flowing up the implementation of programs of the national strategy and the national plans.

5- The consultative role through the studies that assist in decision taking.

6-Managing a modern information network { information bank}

7- Providing information and preparing studies and researches for early warning about crisis as well as proposing means for averting these crisis along reviewing topics before forwarding them to the Council of Ministers and the Prime Minister.

8- Assisting the Council of Ministers and the Prime Minister in directing, rationalizing and assessing the performance of the executive body.

9- Working as a connecting link between the Council of Ministers the federal and state executive bodies and the executive and legislative bodies.

10-Linking the Federal government to the states governments and localities headquarters through a modern communication network.

11-Overseeing media coverage for the activities of the Council of Ministers, the ministerial committees as well as issuing press statements.

12-Monitoring the trends of the daily news papers and the reaction of the public opinion regarding the policies and programs of the government and its decisions.

13 –Working as a connecting link between the leadership of the executive body and the political and legislative bodies.

14- Performing any other tasks assigned to the Secretariat by the Council of Ministers.

Within the framework of reconsidering the structure of the federal ministries the functions of ministry have been amended in accordance of the degree No. 958 for the year 1995 as follows:

1-Coordination between the Council of Ministers ,the federal nits and the states.

2- Coordination between the executive and legislative authorities

3- Performing the secretariat functions for the Council of Ministers and the Ministerial Committees and registering the resolutions and briefing them to the executive bodies.

4-Following up the implementation of the decisions and the assignments issued by the Council of Ministers to the secretariat and coordinating efforts along with preparing reports on accomplishments realized by the executive bodies.

5-Following up the execution of comprehensive national strategy's programs

6-Following up the execution of credit and donation agreement

7-Providing information and gathering the required documents and reviewing topics submitted to it by the concerned authorities prior to presenting them to the Council of Ministers .

8-Executing the functions stipulated by article 729 of Sudan's interim constitution for the year 2005 the Council of Ministers decreed a new act regulating its work and abolishing the act regulating the work of the Council of Ministers for the year 2001 pursuant of the presidential decree No 34 for the year 2005 specifying the presidential ,executive and national bodies and their functions together with their priorities ,their units and their committees and hence The Secretariat General of the Council of Ministers is concerned with the following tasks:

1- Under taking the functions of the General Secretariat of The Council Of Ministers , the Prime Minister the , the ministerial committees ,the technical committees and the permanent committees for coordinating ,registering decisions and notifying the concerned authorities about them along with following up their implementation .

2- Supporting decision making through providing information and document and studying topics supplied by the authorities concerned as well as preparing the studies that assist in decision taking .

3- Monitoring the media and political reflections over the performance of the executive body and assessing the public opinion regarding all the issues concerning performance of the executive body and reporting this to the Cabinet.