|Year of Publication||2014|
|Category||Policies and Guidelines Budget & Fiscal Plans|
|Description||The preparation of the County Transition Implementation Plan is guided by the statutory obligations under the section 16 of the Transition to Devolved Government (TDG) Act 2012 that obligates Counties to submit, to the Transition Authority and the Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution, a transition plan and progress reports within a period specified by the Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution, with copies to County Government Coordinating Summit and the Council of County Governors.
The preparation of Kirinyaga County Transition Implementation Plan has been guided by the guidelines issued by the Transition Authority and the Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution. This plan will form the basis for the preparation of Quarterly Progress Reports. As agreed, Subsequent progress reports will be on succeeding quarters, that is, June - August, 2014 to reach CIC and TA by the 15th of September 2014; September - November 2014, to reach CIC and TA by the 15th of December, 2014, and so on. TA and CIC shall use these reports to meet their statutory requirements under Section 16 of the TDG act and other laws.
The outline of this Plan is as follows; Section 1 gives brief information about Kirinyaga County on its location, physical features and demographic statistics. Section 2 is concerned with the legal framework for preparation of the CTIP, while section 3 deals with plans for enactment of various Legislations to facilitate implementation of functions taken up by Kirinyaga County. Section 4 and 5 are about preparations of others County Plans and Framework for Service Delivery in the County, respectively. These County Plans include, County Integrated Development Plan, County Transition Implementation Plan, Sectoral Plans, County Spatial Plans, County Development Plan, Cities and Urban Plan e. t. c.
Section 6 deals with Capacity Building and Assessment Plans while section 7 is about infrastructure and systems. Section 8 and 9 are concerned with Financial Management Systems and plans for County Assembly role for Legislative, Oversight & Representation respectively. Section 10 is concerned with plan for inter-governmental relation framework in the county, among counties and with the national government. Chapters 11 and 12 deal with establishment of regulations and laws for public participation in governance and service delivery at the county level and petition to County Assembly plus Civic Education programmes in the County. This CTIP will ensure proper frameworks for total decentralization of structures, staff and functions as required by the constitution.
|Tags||efbb98c7ff1d40c54168926a8319fce6, Public Finance|
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