Office of Chief of Staff for the President

Office of the Chief of Staff to the President

The Office of the Chief of Staff to the President serves as the Office of the President whose powers and responsibilities emanate from the Constitution.

The Office manages national, political and social programs, facilitating the implementation of the President’s directives on building effective bridge between the people and the Presidential Palace/the Government.

The Office of the Chief of Staff to the President is located inside the Presidential Palace, establishing and coordinating the President’s working relations as the leading presidential entity with government and non-government agencies inside and outside the country.

The Office has four deputy directorates within its structure:

  • Deputy Directorate for National Affairs and Outreach
  • Deputy Directorate for Policy, Audit and Evaluation
  • Deputy Directorate for Technical Assistance and  Program Coordination
  • Deputy Directorate for Resources and Administration

 

Deputy Directorate for National Affairs and Outreach

  • Department of Media and Public Outreach
  • Department of Coordination of Cultural and Political Affairs
  • Department of Parliamentary Affairs

Deputy Directorate for Policy, Audit and Evaluation

  • Secretariat of Open Governance Program
  • Department of Audit and Evaluation
  • Department of Policy and follow-up of Directives
  • Department of Board of Studies and Evaluation of International Relations
  • Department of Legal Board
  • Deputy Directorate for Technical Assistance and  Program Coordination
  • Technical Assistant of National Programs
  • Technical Assistant of Youth Affairs
  • Technical Assistant of Energy and Infrastructure
  • Technical Assistant of E-governance
  • Technical Assistant of Diaspora Affairs
  • Technical Assistant of value chain development

Deputy Directorate for Resources and Administration

  • Finance Department
  • Human Resources Department