WHAT WE DO:
The Administration/Finance Section at the Office of the Attorney General is charged with the oversight and management of various administrative and financial functions to facilitate the efficient functioning of the Office. These include but are not limited to, budgetary planning and management, financial reporting, procurement and contracting, human resources management, and facilities management.
Furthermore, the Administration/Finance Section holds responsibility for the management and supervision of the Transport Section, which is responsible for the effective maintenance, repair, and scheduling of the Office’s fleet of vehicles. In addition, this Section ensures the compliance of all vehicles with safety regulations and manages the acquisition of new vehicles as required.
As such, the Administration/Finance Section is instrumental in providing the necessary resources and support for the successful execution of the Office’s mandate and the provision of quality service to the public.
WHAT WE DO:
- The Human Resources Section at the Office of the Attorney General assumes a critical role in overseeing various aspects of human capital management within the organization.
- This entails managing essential functions such as recruitment, employee training and development, benefits administration, performance assessment, and compliance with relevant labor laws and regulations.
- Additionally, the Human Resources Section is responsible for overseeing the Record and Library Sections, both of which operate under its purview. The Record Section is charged with ensuring the proper handling, storage, retrieval, and disposal of official records in accordance with legal requirements and best practices in records management. The Library Section, on the other hand, is responsible for procuring, organizing, and providing access to legal resources and other pertinent materials that support the Office’s core objectives. By integrating these functions, the Human Resources Section plays a critical role in advancing the Office of the Attorney General’s mandate and mission.
WHAT WE DO:
The Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Section at the Office of the Attorney General is a critical component of the organization’s mandate. The department’s primary responsibility is to design, deploy, and maintain the technology infrastructure and systems that support the Office’s legal and administrative functions.
The ICT Section is involved in the development and management of the hardware and software systems necessary to store, process, and disseminate information, including servers, networks, and databases. In addition, the Section is responsible for implementing and managing robust information security measures to safeguard sensitive data and ensure the protection of the Office’s information assets.
Furthermore, the ICT section provides user support services to ensure that all staff members have access to the necessary technology tools and resources, as well as the skills and knowledge required to use them effectively in their work. The Section also actively seeks out and evaluates emerging technologies that can improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the Office’s operations and support the achievement of its strategic objectives.