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2. PART ONE-Strategic Overview and progress reporting Purpose and Background; Mandate, Vision, Mission, Values, Strategic Goals Strategic Objectives and related projects FY 2013/14 Performance Progress Report for the period 01 April 2012 to date; and
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PART ONE-Strategic Overview and progress reporting
PART TWO-Budget Overview
The Departmental mandate is derived from chapters 3,5, 6,7,9 and
13 of the Constitution.
Our primary mandate is to:
1. Develop and monitor the implementation of national policy and legislation seeking to transform and strengthen key institutions and mechanisms of governance to fulfill their developmental role;
2. Develop, promote and monitor mechanisms, systems and structures to enable integrated service delivery and implementation within government; and
3. Promote sustainable development by providing support to and exercising oversight over provincial and local government.
As DCoG, we strive to build an effective, efficient, responsive and
developmental local government that will be the foundation for
improved and accelerated delivery of service to the communities.
Our Vision is: A Responsive, Accountable, Effective and EfficientSystem of Cooperative Governance
This vision is aligned to the aim of the delivery agreement on
Our mission is to facilitate cooperative governance throughout all
spheres of government in order to build a capable state that fulfils its
developmental role through the following:
Guided by the Principles of Batho Pele, our values are:
The department has adopted the following 8 strategic goals to direct implementation over the MTEF period (2013/14 to 2015/16):
The Slides that follow, outlines an overall summary performance for DCoG, followed by programme specific analysis of projects that are likely to be achieved and those that are likely not to be achieved by the end of the Financial year 2012/13.
Programme specific priorities for the 2013/14 financial year are also outlined to show continuity in implementation over the MTEF period.
Out of the 71 targets set for the 2012/13 period, 53 were achieved, 14 partially achieved and 4 not achieved
The table above shows a breakdown of the achievement status per programme for the period under review. To date 75% of the planned targets have been achieved. This means that 25% of planned projects (14 partially achieved plus 4 not achieved) will be carried over to the next financial year.
Although there is some progress with regard to the finalisation of the organisational
structure we were not able to meet our target as planned, there are on-going processes to
ensure placement of all SMS members on the approved organisational structure.
In order to achieve the strategic objectives identified above, the Department will implement the following projects:
The programme is likely to achieve all four planned targets, these are:
In order to achieve the strategic objectives identified above the department will implement the following projects:
Strategic Objective: Strengthen, coordinate and support effective integrated disaster management and fire services by the end of the MTEF period
1. The NDMC plans to develop and review the following legislation:
5. Provincial Workshops will be facilitated in nine provinces and 23 districts to improve development planning capacity in municipalities outside metros and secondary by 31 March2014 on intergovernmental; The department has revived the initiative to support urban development programme, in this regard the Draft Integrated Urban Development Framework (IUDF) will be developed;
6. Provincial policy oversight Section 105 and 106 guidelines developed and for approval by MINMEC
7. Seventy municipalities will be supported with tools to develop and implement recruitment and retention strategies;
In order to achieve the strategic objectives identified above the Department will implement the following priority projects:
Below are projects that are removed from the APP 2013/14 with reasons for removing them
We received R2.1 billion additional over the MTEF
Received Additional Funding : R5,627,258,000
Mandatory Savings surrendered to NT: R3,521,876
Condition1: Monthly expenditure report and Quarterly Non-financial performance report on CWP
Condition 2: submit a strategy demonstrating a reduction of 1 per cent on personnel per year and on a quarterly basis.
Condition 3: Performance of operation clean audit
Condition 4: Consolidation of provincial support function across the department
Condition 5: Performance information and management of the CWP