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August
2022

FG launches public tracking websites for projects

The federal government has formally launched the Presidential Delivery Tracks (PDT) and Central Delivery Coordinating Unit (CDCU) websites to track and monitor government projects across the country.

The Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr. Boss Mustapha, while unveiling the website on Tuesday in Abuja, said that the CDCU was introduced in 2019 towards the achievement of the nine priority goals of President Muhammadu Buhari administration.

The initiative is expected to enhance the delivery of the ministerial mandates towards the achievement of the nine priorities of the federal government.

It was launched yesterday at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

The Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Mr. Boss Mustapha said the CDCU has in the last two years successfully driven government’s delivery initiative to incorporate a systematic feedback mechanism from the citizens into the design and operationalisation of its performance management system.

The PDT/CDCU device is a downloadable mobile app, to track, review and periodically report the activities of MDAs, performances of ministers and permanent secretaries, among others, in the delivery of the ministerial mandates assigned to them, by Nigerians.

 “The goal of the PDT/CDCU is to promote transparency and expand access to reporting on presidential priority policies, programmes and projects.

The PDT/CDCU device is a downloadable mobile app, to track, review and periodically report the activities of MDAs, performances of ministers and permanent secretaries, among others, in the delivery of the ministerial mandates assigned to them, by Nigerians.

 “The goal of the PDT/CDCU is to promote transparency and expand access to reporting on presidential priority policies, programmes and projects.

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