Denyse Morin

Senior Public Sector Specialist
World Bank
Focus Area(s): 
Civil Service
Critical Tasks: 
Civil service recruitment
Downsizing
Salary structure reform
Performance management system
Interviewers: 
Andrew Schalkwyk
Country of Reform: 
Tanzania
Town/City: 
Washington, DC
Country: 
United States
Date of Interview: 
Wednesday, December 17, 2008
Abstract 

Denyse Morin details the planning and motivation behind the civil service reform programs in Tanzania.  She talks about the changes in recruitment policy and procedure within the civil service and the difficulties of rolling out a performance-management system.  She describes the role and independence of the Public Service Commission, Tanzania's massive retrenchment program and attempts to tackle the difficult issue of pay reform and control of allowances.  She closes the interview with a reflection on the importance of strong monitoring and evaluation mechanisms.

Case Study:  Creating an Affordable Public Service: Tanzania, 1995-1998

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Profile: 

Denyse Morin began working at the World Bank in Washington, D.C., in 1994 in the areas of public-sector governance and capacity development.  Before that, she worked at the World Bank office in Nairobi on issues related to water and sanitation. Prior to joining the World Bank, she worked at the Canadian International Development Agency.  She has lived in Kinshasa, Nairobi and Dar es Salaam.  At the time of the interview, Morin was a senior public-sector specialist at the World Bank and the task team leader for the Public Service Reform Program in Tanzania.

Language: 
English
Nationality of Interviewee: 
Canada
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Keywords 
recruitment
performance management
civil service commission
Downsizing
Pay Reform
Tanzania
Uganda