Performance Contracting

Prof. Maiyo
Director, Performance Contracting

Performance contracting is a product support strategy used to achieve measurable performance outcomes for an organization and its subsystem. It is a mechanism under Public Sector Reforms that aims at improving performance of the Public Sector through; setting clear objectives, targets, and specifying agent performance in terms of results. Performance contract is an agreement entered into between the government of the republic of Kenya through the ministry of education, science and technology and the management of Kibabii University.

The purpose of performance contract is to establish clarity and consensus about priorities for the corporation’s management in order to ensure that systems are established to promote equality of all users of public service is achieved. Performance contract also focuses in ensuring impartiality and fairness in the process of delivery of public services. Institutionalizing a culture of accountability integrity, transparency and promote values and principles of the public service. Ensuring effective, efficient and responsible use of public resources and enhancing responsiveness by public servants in delivery of services.

The directorate is charged with the responsibility of overseeing the commitment of the University Management in setting compressive performance targets and ensuring their achievement, cascading the contract to all departments, sections, units, levels and cadres of employees for the purpose of integration. The directorate is also responsible in assessing and submitting quarterly and annual reports to designated agencies for the purposes of monitoring progress of performance and evaluation of performance.

For more information contact the office administration
3rd floor room 309:
email: pc@kibu.ac.ke

Risk Survey and Staff Training on Work Injury Benefits Act (WIBA)

Kenyan Alliance Insurance Co. Ltd. conducted a risk survey to determine whether Kibabii University is adequately covered and if there are gaps in insurance program and also the Company conducted staff training on Work Injury Benefits Act (WIBA)

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Mid-year Performance Review

A section of KIBU staff and national performance contracting secretariat during mid-year performance review meeting for the financial year 2015/2016 held at Boardroom A on 04 April, 2016
Mid-year Performance Review

Signing Performance Contract

The VC KIBU Prof. Ipara, the Chairman of the Council Prof. Adholla and the Cabinet Minister of Education Prof. Kamenyi signing a performance contract
Signing Performance Contract