Cabinet Affairs

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Hon Deng Alor Koul
Minister
 
 

 

 
Hon Wek Mamer Kuol
Deputy Minister

 

Deputy Minister of Cabinet Affairs and Member of Parliament, Mr. Wek Mamer Kuol Mathokis is a highly respected jurist and senior technocrat in the Government of the Republic of South Sudan. In his role as Deputy Minister of Cabinet Affairs, Mr. Wek Mamer has instituted a number of reforms including issuance of a Cabinet Handbook, Ministers and Deputy Ministers induction training, and a Ministerial retreat in Mombasa Kenya. In addition, as one of South Sudan’s most respected diplomats, Mr. Wek Mamer serves as part of the negotiating team on oil, borders, natural resources and repatriation of South Sudanese populations from Sudan.

 

During the period leading up to secession from Sudan, Mr. Wek Mamer served as a member of Referendum Taskforce under the chairmanship of The Vice President Dr. Riek Machar Teny Dhourgon. He chaired the GOSS 2011 Referendum Taskforce Sub-committee-4 for Northern Sudan, a responsibility he successfully carried out amidst difficulties posed by the Khartoum government. While he was still a State Minister in the Sudanese Presidency, Mr. Wek was given another difficult task of collecting data on Southern Sudanese working in National and Northern States’ governments.

 

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Vision:

 

To have a Ministry that promotes effective and efficient service delivery for good governance in South Sudan.

 

Mission:

 

To ensure coordination of government business so that Cabinet decisions are made and implemented in a timely, transparent and accountable manner.

 

Core Values:

  1. Transparency
  2. Professionalism
  3. Teamwork
  4. Respect
  5. Integrity
  6. Efficiency and responsiveness

 

Functions:

The Ministry of Cabinet Affairs performs the following functions and duties:

 

  1. Manage the organization and coordination of Government business;
  2. Provide administrative and secretarial support to the Council of Ministers and its sectoral sub-committees;
  3. Undertake executive activities to support the Council of Ministers of the Government of the RSS to fulfill its constitutional duties;
  4. Follow up the executions of the resolutions and directives of the Council of Ministers of the Government of the Republic of South Sudan;
  5. Undertake documentation and communication of te resolutions of the Council of Ministers of the RSS to relevant bodies and individuals;
  6. Compilation of data and reports from RSS ministries for presentation to the Council of Ministers;
  7. Prepare draft agendas for the Council of Ministers meetings;
  8. Collect, review and distribute materials for the Council of Ministers meetings;
  9. Record the deliberations of Council of Ministers meetings;
  10. Coordinate the follow-up of Council of Ministers meetings decisions;
  11. Maintain the archives of the Council of Ministers meetings;
  12. Administer the emoluments of the President, Vice President, Presidential Advisors, Ministers, Constitutional Post-Holders and Chair-Persons of Commissions;
  13. Arrange payments of emoluments and privileges of the President, Vice-President, Presidential Advisors, Ministers and other constitutional post-holders during and after their relief from office.

 

 

Structure:

 

- Minister's Office
- Deputy Minister's Office
- Secretary General's Office
- Directorate of Administration and Finance
- Directorate of Cabinet Resolutions & ICT
- Directorate of Protocol, Public Relations, Communication & Press
- Directorate of Policy Analysis and Research

 

 

Projects and Programs: 

 

Under construction

 

 

Publications and Documents:

 

  1. Council of Ministers Resolutions Communique

 

 

Contacts:

 

Under construction

 

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Functions :: Structure :: Projects and Programs :: Publications and Documents :: Contacts

 

 

 

This article was updated on Jun 21, 2013