The Commission of Inquiry Implementation Unit has advised the public it has reported to the Governor and Premier on the status of work completed up to the end of October 2022.
Based on the timelines agreed in the Framework for Implementation of the Recommendations of the Commission of Inquiry (CoI) Report and Other Reforms, the Director of the Unit Ms Hadassah M. Ward has advised that work on 48 of the 50 Framework recommendations has begun. The remaining two are scheduled to begin in 2023.
The Commission of Inquiry Implementation
Unit has advised the public it has reported to the Governor, John J.
Rankin, CMG (left) and Premier Dr the Honourable Natalio D. Wheatley
(R7) on the status of work completed up to the end of October 2022.
73.1% Recommendations in progress & on track- Hadassah M. Ward
Ms Ward in a press release on November 25, 2022, said, “One Recommendation that was originally scheduled to begin in 2023 was begun early. The number of Recommendations completed remains at 13. Of the 35 recommendations being actioned now, 73.1 percent are in progress and on track and 26.9 percent are in progress with challenges to meet deadlines.”
She said that the Dashboard gives a pictorial summary of the status of the fulfilment of the CoI
recommendations as agreed in the Framework. The Key shares each of the 50 Framework Recommendations, now being worked on as the main focus of Government of the Virgin Islands
to raise our standards of governance in our beautiful Territory, so you can track the status of work on each recommendation.
Public can ask questions
If persons have any specific questions on the implementation of any of the CoI
Framework Recommendations, they can email the CoI
Implementation Unit directly at email@example.com.
Implementation Unit assists in coordinating the overall delivery of the CoI
recommendations, which includes providing support to ministries in developing work plans for the delivery of recommendations, assist in drafting policy directions, and the development of new programmes and systems.
The unit is also responsible for preparing monthly progress reports, reports on specific work programmes, and reports to identify key issues associated with implementation and suggest remedies.
The unit reports directly to the Permanent Secretary Mrs Carolyn E. Stoutt Igwe in the Premier’s Office, who chairs the CoI
Implementation Steering Committee. The Governor and Premier receive the monthly report on the 15th of each month.See link to Unit's Report Summary:https://bvi.gov.vg/sites/default/files/report_summary_-_october_2022.pdf