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IGR in the Free State. ASALGP 3RD Annual Seminar 11 November 2004. IGR in the Free State. Presenters Moses Kau- Director IGR, Free State Premier’s Department Sledge Selesho- Consultant and Adviser on Activity 3.4 Steven Tweedie- Consultant and Adviser on Activity 1.7. Purpose of work.

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IGR in the Free State

ASALGP 3RD Annual Seminar

11 November 2004


IGR in the Free State

Presenters

Moses Kau- Director IGR, Free State Premier’s

Department

Sledge Selesho- Consultant and Adviser on

Activity 3.4

Steven Tweedie- Consultant and Adviser on

Activity 1.7


Purpose of work

  • Confirm state of IGR in the Province

  • Confirm and review work done on IGR since last year

  • Propose overall approach for moving forward especially in light of the IGR Bill

  • Define terms of reference for moving forward.


Questions for you

  • What is IGR?

  • What should it achieve?

  • How should it be achieved?


IGR Framework

that ensure coordinated government action in

policy formulation,

priority setting,

implementation,

monitoring and support.

Should be a set of

systems,

structures,

processes

and procedures


Key findings

  • In common with some other Provinces

  • Overall, somewhat uncoordinated and ineffective structures

  • Little evidence of existence of a framework to ensure coordination in policy development

  • Insufficient systems/commitment to align planning

  • Little coordination on implementation

  • No uniform monitoring and reporting


Key observations

  • Mixed understanding of IGR within the Province

  • Tendency to narrowly limit IGR to structures

  • Absence of integrated concept of IGR in the Province

  • Absence of common centre for IGR coordination

  • Expectation that the IGR Bill will be a panacea


Way forward

An integrated concept and strategic

framework for IGR thatfocuses on ensuring

alignment of policy, planning,

implementation, monitoring and support

systems and processes.


Follow on work

Activity 1.7

  • IGR in Australia- the Good, the Bad and the Ugly.

  • Understanding IGR relationships - elected members, officials, spheres of government, civil society, community.


“Unpacking” a service -

where is IGR needed?

  • Waste Management examined

  • Analysed to determine where cooperation needed for policy, planning, implementation, monitoring and support for service to be provided

  • Determining roles and relationships required.


Results

  • Creation of matrix of IGR relationships for the service

  • Examination of adaptability for other services

  • Skills and knowledge transfer to Province and municipalities

  • Understanding of relationships- elected members, officials, community, NGOs, industry groups and structures.


IGR and Waste Management


Gender and minority

issues

  • Importance of inclusive democracy and decision making.

  • Assessing outcomes and stakeholders

  • Targeted consultation


CONTACTS

Moses Kau- kau@premier.fs.gov.za,

Phone 051 405 5541, Cell 082 4453 348

Sledge Selesho- seleshos@mweb.co.za

Steven Tweedie- steve@asalgp.co.za,

stweedie@narx.net, Phone 082 769 7421


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