Administration

ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT

ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT:

The Administration Department is one of the 12 departments through which Kabarole District Local Government delivers services to the people. The department offers management support services and oversees program and project implementation in all the other 11 departments, sectors and the 15 operational Lower Local Governments in the district. The department is comprised of the following 5 Sections through which management support services are offered;

o   Human Resource Section

o   Central Registry

o   Procurement and Disposal Unit

o   Information Section

o   Office Management

Mandate

To provide Strategic Management Services for the attainment of the District Vision through effective coordination, monitoring and supervision of all government programs in the district.

Leadership

The department is headed by the Deputy Chief Administrative Officer, supported by the Principal Assistant Secretary, Senior Assistant Secretary and the various Section heads in the department.

Objectives of the Department

1.             To oversee and carryout supervision on program and policy implementation in Department and Lower Local Governments.

2.       To carry out the Administrative and Human Resource function in the district.

3.       To spearhead the Information and Record management function of the district.

4.       To manage assets and handle procurement and disposal processes in the district. 

5.       To ensure safe and conducive working environment for employees of the District Local Government.

Staffing Levels for Administration Department (District Headquarter)

No.

Section

Number of Staff

Male

Female

Total

1.

Office Management

04

02

06

2.

Central Registry

01

04

05

3.

Human Resource

03

04

07

4.

Information Section

01

01

02

5.

Procurement and Disposal Unit

01

02

03

Total

10

13

23

Welcome to Kabarole District

 Background

Kabarole District is Located in Western Uganda at a road Distance of 300 km from Kampala the capital city. It has an estimated population of 318,216 (Census 2014) and a population growth rate of 2.3 per annum. The District lies at an altitude of 1300-3800 meters above sea level. It borders with Bunyangabu in the south, Kamwenge in South East, Kyenjojo...