Strategic Plan (2019 – 2024)

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Strategic Plan (2019 - 2024)

The Strategic Plan of SRChas been developed in cognizance of its mandate as stipulated in Article 230 of the Constitution of Kenya and SRC Act 2011, Kenya’s Vision 2030 and its attendant Third Medium Term Plan (MTP III), the Big Four Agenda, Africa 2063 aspirations, Sustainable Development Goals and other prevailing legal and policy documents. The implementation of this Strategic Plan is based on stakeholders’ participation, good governance and a professional approach to institutional management.

The strategic framework outlines five Key Result Areas (KRAs) which reflect the Commission’s mandate and functions and will be the pillars of this Strategic Plan. The KRAs are:

  • Fiscal sustainability of public service wage bill;
  • Remuneration and benefits;
  • Policy and legal framework;
  • Collaboration and partnerships; and
  • Institutional capacity.

Strategic Objectives

The Key Result Areas (KRAs) will be achieved through the following strategic objectives:

KRA 1: Fiscal sustainability of public service wage bill

  • To contribute to achieving and maintaining an affordable and fiscally sustainable remuneration regime; and
  • To reward performance and productivity in the public service.

KRA 2: Remuneration and Benefits

  • To contribute to achieving equitable, affordable and fair remuneration and benefits;
  • To enable the public service to achieve competitive remuneration and benefits;
  • To promote a predictable and stable labour environment; and
  • To access real-time data for decision making and compliance.

KRA 3: Policy and legal framework

  • To reinforce the Commission’s mandate; and
  • To ensure adherence to remuneration and benefits as set and advised by the Commission.

KRA 4: Collaboration and Partnerships

  • To build synergistic relationships

KRA 5: Institutional capacity

  • To enhance corporate image and brand;
  • To institutionalize corporate governance;
  • To enhance the Commission’s financial ability to discharge its mandate;
  • To build a versatile, competent, highly performing and motivated workforce; and
  • To enhance operational efficiency.