Public Service Reforms Commission (PSRC) has expressed satisfaction with the willingness and dedication shown by 19 statutory corporations based in the Southern Region to meet targets.
The parastatals met PSRC chaired by Vice-President Saulos Chilima from January 25 to 28 2016 at Sunbird Mount Soche in Blantyre.
The commission conducted the meetings as part of its tracking mechanism to ensure adherence to implementation of the reforms agenda.
In a statement released on Saturday, the commission said it was impressed with the ground work and processes the parastatals have put in place to facilitate the achievement of tangible reform areas which will be reported in the second quarter progress review in April 2016, and the same will be shared to the media.
According to the statement, in the next phase, the commission will meet in Lilongwe parastatal organisations based in the Central and Northern region.
The commission has also shared reform developments taking place at the moment.
The reforms include establishment of Malawi School of Government aimed at enforcing governance, ethics, leadership skills and mindset change in the public service, establishment of One Stop Public Delivery Service Centres aimed at bringing services closer to the people and Reforms Agenda Representation in Parliament.
Chilima has since appealed to the media to be change agents of the reforms agenda through their respective media houses.
During the meeting with the media, Chilima announced about the forthcoming conference on reforms which will involve all relevant stakeholders and is meant to receive post-launch feedback as well as sell national seal of approval.