Agencies & Stakeholders

Who is in charge of good governance in Kenya – of information, oversight, prosecution. There are quite a number of players. We name them and explain them for you.

The Senate

The Kenyan Senate’ main tasks are all related to the counties. It is one of the two houses or chambers…

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County Governor

The Governor is both the political and Administrative Head of the County. He is the one tasked with the overall…

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County Executive Committee

Article 179 of the Constitution states that the Executive authority of the County is vested in and exercised by a…

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County Assembly

The citizens of any county can turn to their elected County assembly member if for instance, the promised road in…

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County Treasury

The County Treasury is headed by the County Executive Committee Member of Finance (CEC Finance). It’s an entity comprising the…

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Public Procurement Administrative Review Board

The Public Procurement Administrative Review Board (PPARB) was set up as an appeal board for those whose rights have been…

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PPOA – Public Procurement Oversight Authority

From 2016, the Public Procurement Oversight Authority (PPOA) is transiting into the new Public Procurement Regulatory Agency (PPRA). see Section…

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Assets Recovery Agency

The Assets Recovery Agency is – among other tasks in charge of getting hold of assets that were at least…

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CAJ – Commission on Administrative Justice / Ombudsman

The CAJ deals with maladministration in the public sector, “such as unreasonable delay, administrative injustice, discourtesy or misconduct, incompetence or…

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COB – Controller of Budget

The Controller of Budget, presently Agnes Odhiambo, is in charge of overseeing the current financial operations of the state of Kenya…

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