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Members of the Gratiot County Board of Commissioners are getting closer to hiring a new administrator.

The board has scheduled a special meeting at 4 p.m. Tuesday to discuss applicants for the post.

According to a notice posted by County Clerk Angie Thomspon, commissioners will meet in closed session with the regularly scheduled meeting following at 4:30 p.m.

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The Board is looking to replace current administrator Tracey Cordes, who announced her retirement in January and is due to end her tenure later this month.

Cordes, 60, has held the position since she was hired in October 2016.

Initially commissioners voted to approve a contract with the Michigan Municipal League, the same organization that helped the board when it hired Cordes, to assist with the search process.

However, when the MML would not agree to renegotiate and lower its $17,000 price tag, commissioners decided to go in a different direction to save money and hired Okemos-based Walsh Municipal Services at a cost of $12,800.

Walsh was one of four firms that had submitted bids to assist with the search.

In addition to the MML the others were GovHR of Northbrook, Ill, and Pivot Muni Services of Zeeland.

Although Pivot Muni's bid was actually lower than the others it did not offer the level of services the board had required.

Walsh will assist commissioners in developing the job posting, advertise the vacancy, review resumes, recommend candidates, perform background reviews, conduct pre-interviews and schedule final interviews with the full board.

Among the administrator's duties listed on the county's website are serving as liaison between county departments and the board, labor relations, research, development and implementation of county policies, and directly overseeing financial services, human resources, community services and facility maintenance.

According to the job advertisement posted by the Walsh firm, commissioners are "most interested in a candidate who has the skill set to manage the county's finances, respect the county culture and provide excellent teamwork across all county departments."

It lists the salary range from $86,466 to $105,206 annually.

Wed, 15 Feb 2023 05:14:00 -0600 Greg Nelson en-US text/html https://www.themorningsun.com/2023/02/15/gratiot-commissioners-closing-in-on-naming-new-administrator/
Killexams : Next administration must preserve our achievements –Buhari

 • Inaugurates 22-man transition committee

From Juliana Taiwo-Obalonye, Abuja 

President Muhammadu Buhari has inaugurated a 22-man  Presidential Transition Council to facilitate and manage the 2023 transition programme to the next administration, saying his records of achievements must be preserved.

He said his administration has successfully advanced the fortunes of the country and learned lessons that will be helpful for the new administration, leading to its decision to ensure a smooth transition for the incoming president and his team on May 29.

Represented by the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Boss Mustapha, the president said the reforms that enabled those achievements must be documented and communicated in clear terms, so that “the incoming administration understands what we have done, the basis of our decisions, what we achieved and the opportunities for continuity.”

President had, last Thursday, approved the establishment of the council, and also signed the Executive Order 14, 2023 to legalised the activities of the council.

During the council’s inauguration, Mustapha said it was another historic occasion for the current administration since it showed its continued commitment to bolstering important institutions of governance that assist the democratic process.

“Although the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria sets out the overarching framework for assumption of office of the president, this is the first time in our history as a country that the Federal Government will be establishing a detailed process for managing presidential transitions of government at the federal level.

“It is with great delight and honour, therefore, that I am carrying out the onerous task of inaugurating the Presidential Transition Council, on behalf of the president.

“In line with the Executive Order No. 14 of 2023, the council is charged with the responsibility of facilitating and managing the 2023 Presidential Transition Programme,” Mustapha said. 

He said the council will among others facilitate the handing over process by the current president to the president-elect; organise for the security of the president-elect and the vice president-elect including coordinating security briefings on the nation’s security matters post-elections.

Other mandate of the council is to organise for the necessary facilities, including fully furnished office and personnel for the president-elect and his/her transition team.

“Co-ordinate the briefings of the president-elect by relevant public officers; facilitate communication between the outgoing president and the president-elect; prepare the programme and organise for the swearing-in ceremony.

“Carry out any other activity necessary to ensure optimal performance of the functions of the president under the constitution and perform any other function assigned to it under the 1999 Constitution as amended.” 

He added that the council shall have all powers necessary for the execution of its functions under the new Executive Order and shall conduct its business in line with national ethics as espoused in Section 23 of the constitution.

He also said except as otherwise provided in the Executive Order, the council may determine its own procedure.

He said: “I enjoin each of us to put in even more effort in ensuring the next administration receives every support needed to make an early and quick start. In a few months, it will be eight years that the Buhari administration has been in power.

“Within this period, we have made significant strides in advancing the fortunes of our nation, we have also learnt lessons that will be useful for the incoming administration and it is on the strength of this trajectory, that the current administration is committing itself to making the 2023 transition process seamless for the incoming president and his team.

The SGF also said the reforms that enabled those achievements must, therefore, be documented and communicated in clear terms, so the incoming administration understands what we have done, the basis of our decisions, what we achieved and the opportunities for continuity.

“Our achievements must be preserved. To maximise the limited time we have, Mr. President has directed the chairperson of the council to convene the inaugural meeting of the council with immediate effect. This aims to kick off the transition process across all levels of government in line with Executive Order No. 14 of 2023. The president expects that the transition process will be replicated across states government.” 

He also announced the appointment of the Special Adviser to the President on Policy and Coordination, Habiba Lawal, as the secretary of the Presidential Transition Council in line with the Executive Order No.14, and that she shall be known as the Federal Transition Coordinator.

Speaking on behalf of all the members of the council,  Head of Service of the Federation, Folashade Yemi-Esan, said it was a privilege to be called upon to serve. 

She appreciated the confidence reposed in them by the president in approving their membership is transitional council. 

Yemi-Esan assured members will work together to ensure they leave no stone unturned in facilitating the smooth transition of governance.

Tue, 14 Feb 2023 12:32:00 -0600 en-us text/html https://www.sunnewsonline.com/next-administration-must-preserve-our-achievements-buhari-3/
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Education Ministry attempts to ensure syllabus covered and exams held on time


Heavy examination schedules are expected to delay the completion of the Educational calendar for 2023 until early next year, a senior official of the Education Ministry said.

The Education Ministry and the Department have already made arrangements to conduct last year’s GCE Advanced and Ordinary Level exams for early this year while the A/L and O/L schedule for this year is to be held in the second half of the year.

Accordingly, the third term for this year will continue until the early part of next year, the official said.

Education Minister Susil Premajayantha told Education Times that some schools would be closed for paper correction and if the paper correction is expedited they would be able to minimise closure of schools. He hopes the Ministry will be able to release the time table for this year for the respective terms by March 27, based on the examination time table prepared by the Examination Department.

He said that according to the current situation it would be at least January by the time the syllabuses would be completed. “However we do not plan to continue the third term until April. We will try to finish it before that.”

The Education calendar has been disrupted since the outbreak of Covid-19 in 2020 which forced the closure of schools and the cancellation of examinations.

The Education Ministry has been taking steps to reduce delays; but school activities were disrupted during last year’s protest campaigns as well.

The Education Ministry has taken several steps to complete the syllabuses this year and reduce the lag. -DWI

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