DISTRICT ORG CHART – IS IT REALLY COMPLETE?


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Looking at the District organizational Chart we have for Goilala District, in my personal opinion, this Org Chart is INCOMPLETE.

My observation is focused on the SECTORS we have in the District.

We have 6 Sectors – They are WORKS, EDUCATION, HEALTH, AGRICULTURE, VILLAGE COURT, & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT.

1. Do you think we need a MINING & EXPLORATION SECTOR?
2. Do You think we need an ICT SECTOR?
3. Do You think we need an SME SECTOR?

“What else do you think we should add on to this list”

Mr. Michael Maino Yet mentioned in the post where this organizational Chart was discussed we needed a Legal officer for the District. Do we have a legal Officer?

Who decides on sector creation within the District’s Administration?

Is the CEO responsible for such or the call has to come from Provincial Administration to have a new sector created?

It seems [in my opinion] the sectors within the District Administration is predetermined and done on an ad-hoc basis more or less. That is why the org chart we have is not fully covering most of the areas within our District.

We have a Mining company operating in the District. It’s logical to have a MINING & EXPLORATION sector in the District to work closely with the LO association, and CRO Office guided by District’s Legal Officer to address issues with regards to any mining operation within Goilala.

We are in the 21st Century. Can we have an ICT sector to identify, propose and recommend ICT solutions for Goilala?

We have a lot of brainstorming that needs to be done but it seems no one cares.

One thought on “DISTRICT ORG CHART – IS IT REALLY COMPLETE?

  1. Thanks for pointing out ICT because we are in a modernized world, we should be advancing not rearward on that note, when you look at other District within the Province you will notice that they have ICT Sector in their Structure and in Goilala you will hardly find ICT Sector or officer in place. Its up to CEO for Goilala now.

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