The Federal Government, yesterday, urged its workers to study and comply with the revised Public Service Rules (PSR).

Head of the Civil Service of the Federation (HOCSF), Folasade Yemi-Esan,  said the new PSR would guide workers to uphold the principles of transparency, accountability, and efficiency in the discharge of their duties.

She said it would also help them to obtain the desired framework of service in line with the global standards.

Yemi-Esan spoke at a one-day sensitisation workshop, organised by her office for stakeholders, directors, deputy directors from core ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs) in Abuja, yesterday.

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Represented by Deborah Odoh, permanent secretary, Service Policies and Strategies in her office, Yemi-Esan said the forum was the first in a series of sensitisation workshops being planned since the unveiling of the revised PSR.

She said the idea to hold a service-wide workshop on the revised PSR was conceived immediately after the approval of the 2021 PSR by the Federal Executive Council (FEC) on September 27, 2021.

Earlier, Mojisola Abu, director, Organisational, Design/Development, office of HOCSF, said the workshop was organised to sensitise public servants and stakeholders to the revised PSR, as it was reviewed to meet the current realities.

Abu said some of the additional rules are expected to be part of the workshop’s deliberation to provide further updates and amendments to the PSR.