Galmudug State of Somalia - CSC
Our mandate is to ensure that the Civil Service is efficient and effective in serving 24 Ministries within
State Budget Resources, and recruitment is based on merit and equality of opportunity
Brief History of the Commission
Galmudug Civil Service Commission has been established through presidential Decree in 2015 and signed 28thDecember,2015 by the former President of Galmudug State, with the mandate to oversee the proper functioning of the Civil Service of the Galmudug State and to ensure that the Civil Service is efficient and effective in serving 24 Ministries within State Budget Resources, and recruitment is based on merit and equality of opportunity.
The Civil Service Commission (CSC) has an Office based in Dhusamareb-the capital city of Galmudug State of Somalia. The Commission is independent and is part of the executive branch of the GalmudugState being directly reporting to the Office of the President.
The Commission consists of one commissioner two deputy commissioners and two departmental Directors as follows: (I) Recruitment and Coordination Department (ii) Policy, Records and merit protection Department. Currently the commission is headed by a Commissioner and there is no deputy commissioners. The structure of the Commission has 12 positions if all positions are filled.
Mandate of the Commission
The mandate of Galmudug Civil Service Commission is to provide strategic leadership and guidance to the Public Service on human resource management and development. The Galmudug Civil Service Commission is also mandated to ensure that appointments, promotions, discipline in the Public Service is done in accordance with prescribed guidelines and procedures.
The Galmudug Civil Service Commission also has an obligation to promote measures that would ensure effective and efficient performance within the Civil Service and to promote values and principles of public administration throughout the Public Service.