Human resource and labor force

The government has a larges number of its officials. The government is well staffed but the staff members are lazy, inefficient and ineffective. Most of workers within the government are unskilled and unqualified. They take too long to do simple task. As it regards to acquisition of new members of staff, the recruitment of individuals is not based on merits and qualifications measure. In additions, the relevant vacancies are then filled with non-qualifying personnel. As result, those holding such positions, they come up with irrelevant strategies in their assignments that are geared toward government funding to better public services.

Apart from this nature, the government is introducing employees whom are does almost one and similar kind of work. The presence of permanent public secretary and the prime minister to control and oversee the government ministries and just occupancy of one job by two individuals. The government is therefore double spending on its staffing processes. (Daines, 1991) The service delivery cannot be mitigated through biased staff of unskilled persons. It is therefore a prerequisite for smooth and realistic services to be coupled with skill, knowledge and experience.

The government would thus be required to train its staff as well as recruitment of persons with specific qualities and qualifications that are relevant to opening opportunities. (Marshall, and Viele, 2007) Public assets and equipment acquisitions The government has high investment being made on the development of public assets as well as the acquisitions of the assets and their equipment. The public assets which are included in the government investment involves public sewer, medical services assets such as hospitals, building of market places and many more.

The establishment of these assets is aimed at serving the public citizens on his daily activities. However, there is quite a high contrast of the great investment and usage by the public. The fact that the government is developing such assets little is done about the maintenance of these assets. This renders them useless in the eyes of the public. The government aim is to develop such assets and leave them in the hands of the public to maintain them in the right conditions through charges fee.

The government however collects very little of the charges from such assets investment which in turn leads to poor maintenance level. The public are saved from high spending on these charge fees. (Premchand, 2002) When the government relaxes on its collections of charges from its citizens that bring about the poor maintenance level, there is multiplicity of the government spending from provisions of general amenities to the citizens. For instances, poor sewer maintenance leads to environmental hazardous. This risks the lives of the citizens.

Polluted environments by the sewage and garbage matter forms a rich breeding place for insects which are diseases vector. In addition, these places are usual associated with dangerous water born disease such typhoid and dysentery. Increase of diseases attacks to the public increases the government spending as well as the individual spending. This affects both the expenditure of government and individuals incomes. Due to the much concern of government to the citizens on the healthy matters, the government is supposed to increase the revenues relating to maintenance of the publics assets.

The attainment of this entails participations of both the government and the public citizens. The government has to take the initiative of collecting the necessary taxes from the citizens and thereafter implement the maintenance process. ( Hupkes, and Taylor, 2006) Reference: Marshall D. and Viele D. (2007): What the number means: McGraw – Hill Hupkes, E. , and Taylor, M. , (2006): Accountability Arrangements for Financial Sector Regulators, Washington: International Monetary Fund, Daines, G. (1991): Principles and Practice for Local Government. Washington, DC: