Performance Management

ORGANISATIONAL PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT PROCESS
 
According to the provisions of the Municipal Systems Act, 32 of 2000, municipalities must monitor and measure the progress of their performance by preparing quarterly and mid-year performance reports, in terms of Chapter 6 of the MSA, on performance management systems. These quarterly and mid-year reports make up the municipalities’ annual performance reports (Section 46 report), which are submitted to the Auditor-General, together with the financial statements, for auditing. After adoption of the audited performance report by the municipal council, it must then be submitted to the MEC for Local Government.

The key performance indicators were crafted in line with the municipality’s development priorities and objectives outlined in the IDP, which will remain in force for the duration of the IDP period in order to maintain consistency in measuring and reporting on long terms strategies and projects.  Measurable performance targets were for each development priority and objective. To ensure that regular reporting takes place the Audit and Performance Committee gives feedback to Council. 

For the 2015/2016 financial year individual performance agreements and performance plans were signed by the Municipal Manager and Heads of Departments.  Ulundi Municipal Council approved the Integrated Development Plan, the Scorecard and the Service Delivery and Budget Implementation Plan which are in line with the vision and mission of the municipality and contains the annual performance targets that are also in line with the national key performance areas.


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