Supporting Public Sector Organisations
To be the champion of public sector reform within Africa and beyond.
To provide innovative and substantial solutions designed to effect change.
People & Culture
The Public Sector deserves the prerequisite human capital to drive government initiatives. At JR we are Responsible for the sourcing and delivery of People & Culture related services to the public sector.
The current tide in the Public Sector is geared towards digital transformation. At Jake Riley, Our Technology Services involve helping the public sector define and implement the best solutions for digitalized and automated processes that increase efficiency and productivity. Our services are customized to meet public sector core requirements to deliver applicable policies.
BRAND & COMMUNICATION
A good image and promotion of government initiatives is key to the effective delivery. JR Communication and Branding is responsible for the sourcing and delivery of branding & communication services as required for our public sector clients as applicable.
Public Sector organizations generally require functional solutions that deliver business support services, based on specialized knowledge and best practice. At JR, we provide bespoke support services such as market entry analysis, business intelligence, compliance management, document management, Revenue generation advisory, and collection and Money for Value Audit.
PUBLIC SECTOR REFORM
FINTECH AS KEY ENABLERS OF INNOVATION IN THE FINANCIAL SECTOR | Jake Riley closes knowledge gap
by Nov 5, 2020|
The outbreak of COVID-19 has become an unexpected catalyst for technology adoption globally. Fintech had emerged as an organised sector from the 2008 global financial meltdown but could now even more become key enablers of innovation and disruption in the financial sector….
Business Update |PETROL PRICE HIKE
by | Sep 24, 2020
The Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Timipreye Sylva, has said in Abuja that there is nothing the government can do to intervene in the new petrol price as it is a direct fallout of the deregulation policy announced in the petroleum sector in March.
“It is a necessary economic policy,” he said “Successive administrations had desired to achieve deregulation without success. Some lacked the political will, while for others the timing was not appropriate.