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The Transformation Agenda as a Vehicle for Achieving the Nigerian Vision 20:2020 by Dr. Shamsuddeen Usman, OFR Honourable Minister/Deputy Chairman NATIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION The Presidency Delivered at the 17 th Nigerian Economic Summit

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The transformation agenda as a vehicle for achieving the nigerian vision 20 2020 by

The Transformation Agenda as a Vehicle for Achieving the Nigerian Vision 20:2020

by

Dr. Shamsuddeen Usman, OFR

Honourable Minister/Deputy Chairman

NATIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION

The Presidency

Delivered at the

17th Nigerian Economic Summit

THEME: Attracting Foreign Direct Investment through Global Partnerships

10-12 November, 2011


Outline

Outline

1.0What is the Nigerian Vision 20:2020?

2.0The Government's Transformation Agenda as a Vehicle for Achieving NV 20:2020 : Key Goals & Focal Areas

3.0Creating an Enabling Environment for NV20:2020 & the Transformation Agenda : Critical Priorities

4.0 Ensuring Accountability: Monitoring the NV20:2020 &

the Transformation Agenda

5.0 Conclusion: What is the Difference This Time?


1 0 what is the nigerian vision 20 2020

1.0What is the Nigerian Vision 20:2020?

  • NV20:2020 is Nigeria's homegrown medium-term strategic development plan aimed at:

    • Re-positioning Nigeria among the top 20 economies of the world by year 2020

    • Attaining a nominal GDP of not less than US$900 billion and a per capita GDP of not less than US$4,000 by 2020

    • Achieving the MDG related targets by 2015

  • Vision aimed at improving the wellbeing and quality of life of Nigerians:

    • People as the fundamental reason for growth


The transformation agenda as a vehicle for achieving the nigerian vision 20 2020 by

1.1NV20:2020 & National Aspirations

Macro-Economy:

A sound, stable and globally competitive economy with a GDP of not less than $900 billion and a per capita income of not less than $4000 per annum

Polity:

Peaceful, harmonious and a stable polity

Agriculture:

A modern technologically enabled agricultural sector that fully exploits the vast agricultural resources of the country, ensures national food security and contributes to foreign exchange earnings

National

Aspirations

Education:

Modern and vibrant education system which provides the opportunity for maximum potential, adequate, and competent manpower

Health:

A health sector that supports and sustains life expectancy of not less than 70 years and reduces to the barest minimum the burden of infectious and other debilitating diseases

Infrastructure:

Adequate infrastructure services that support the full mobilisation of all economic sectors

Manufacturing:

A vibrant and globally competitive manufacturing sector that contributes significantly to GDP with a manufacturing value added of not less than 40%

4


1 2 strategic framework the house that nigeria built

1.2 Strategic Framework – The House That Nigeria Built

Vision & National Aspirations

Macroeconomic Framework & Critical Policy Priorities

Sectoral Strategies

Pillar 1: Guaranteeing the Productivity & Well being of the

people

Pillar 2: Optimising the Key Sources of Economic Growth

Pillar 3: Fostering Sustainable Social & Economic Dev.

Strong Foundation: Building Institutions

Transparency, Accountability

Policing System

Judicial System & Respect for Rule of Law

Security


1 3 the strategic planning framework for nv20 2020

1.3 The Strategic Planning Framework for NV20:2020

201020112012201320142015 2016 2017 2018 2020

MDGs

The Government's

Transformation Agenda

NV20:2020

1st NIP

Annual Budget Cycle


1 4 the first national implementation plan nip

1.4 The First National Implementation Plan (NIP)

  • 1st NIP aimed at accelerating development, competitiveness and wealth creation

    • Spans a 4 year horizon 2010 - 2013

    • Projected total investment of N32 trillion

    • Public sector - N19 trillion

    • Private sector - N13 trillion

  • Key Policy Thrusts:

    • Bridging the infrastructure gap

    • Optimisingthe key sources of economic growth

    • Building a productive and functional human resource base

    • Developing a knowledge-based economy

    • Improving governance, security and law and order


The transformation agenda as a vehicle for achieving the nigerian vision 20 2020 by

2.0 The Government's Transformation Agenda

as a Vehicle for Achieving NV20:2020

- Key Goals


2 1 the government s transformation agenda as a vehicle for achieving nv20 2020 key focal areas

2.1 The Government's Transformation Agenda as a Vehicle for Achieving NV20:2020 : Key Focal Areas

  • OUTCOMES

  • JOBS, JOBS, JOBS

  • POVERTY

  • ALLEVIATION

  • BETTER

  • RESOURCE

  • MANAGEMENT

  • ELIMINATION OF

  • CORRUPTION

  • SUSTAINED

  • ECONOMIC

  • DEVELOPMENT


2 2 the government s transformation agenda ta as a tool for achieving nv20 2020 process progress

2.2The Government’s Transformation Agenda (TA) as a Tool For Achieving NV20:2020 – Process & Progress

  • TA aimed at accelerating development, competitiveness and wealth creation

  • Subjected to extensive review by stakeholders

  • Mr. President’s Retreat with the Private Sector, May 2011

  • Mr. President’s Retreat for Ministers, Advisers & Perm. Secs. in July 2011

  • Guiding FGN annual budgets 2012-2015

  • Blueprint currently being finalised

  • Comments & suggestion received from stakeholders are being incorporated

  • To be launched shortly


3 0 creating an enabling environment for nv 20 2020 the transformation agenda critical priorities

3.0 Creating an Enabling Environment for NV20:2020 & the Transformation Agenda - Critical Priorities

  • Accelerating investment in critical infrastructure

  • Investing in human capacity development

  • Deepening reforms in the public sector and delivery of social services

  • Fostering private sector powered non-oil growth & economic diversification

  • Fighting corruption

  • Addressing threats to national security

  • Fiscal discipline and decentralisation

  • Reducing the cost of governance

  • Reducing red tape and bureaucracy

  • Ensuring policy consistency, coherence & effective stakeholder consultation and coordination


4 0 ensuring accountability monitoring the nv 20 2020 the transformation agenda

4.0 Ensuring Accountability: Monitoring the NV20:2020 & the Transformation Agenda

  • Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Framework approved by FEC and NEC with

    National Planning Commission (NPC) as implementing and coordinating agency

  • M&E : an essential component for effective implementation of the NV20:2020 & the Transformation Agenda. It will:

    • engender evidence-based decision and policy making

    • track performance and allow for self correction

  • It will also enable:

    • Evidence-based decision and policy making

    • Mr. President to hold Ministers and CEOs responsible for achieving set targets, benchmarks and KPIs

    • Ministers and CEOs in turn to set targets for subsidiary staff

    • Ministers to track performance and report quarterly to FEC

  • Key Milestones:

    • First National M&E report completed and presented to FEC and the Public

    • Covers January to December 2010

    • Specific Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) at the outcome level set against the target

    • Score card for each of the Federal MDAs

    • Sectoral targets/benchmarks against sectoral performance

    • National M&E Report to be produced by the NPC quarterly

    • Validation meeting with Federal MDAs and other Stakeholders on KPIs, August 2011

    • The States to be brought on board in 2012

    • Target to produce Annual Country Report from 2012


5 0 conclusion what is the difference this time

5.0 Conclusion: What is the Difference This Time?

  • Strong Political support:

    • Mr. President

    • The States

    • National Assembly

    • Development Planning and Projects Continuity Bill

  • Holistic, integrated, strategic National Assembly planning and strong implementation

  • Broad focus on key policies, programmes and projects

  • Specific measurable targets and performance benchmarks with timelines as key elements of a robust Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Performance framework

  • The M & E as a pillar of Transparency and Accountability

  • Attention to building and strengthening institutions:

    • democracy and rule of law

    • security (especially the policing system)

    • value creation and addition

  • The 3Cs – Commitment, Continuity and Consistency


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