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Table of Contents

PRELIMINARY

Foreword .. iii
Abbreviations and Acronyms .. iv
Structure of Report ......... viii
Executive Summary ix

Vote: 001 Office of the President

V1: Vote Overview .. 1
V2: Vote Performance for FY 2013/14 and Planned Outputs for FY 2014/15. 2
V3: Detailed Planned Outputs for FY 2014/15 ...... 6
V4: Proposed Budget Allocations for 2014/15 and the Medium Term.. 42
V5: Vote Crosscutting Issues .. 44
Vote Function 1111: Internal Security . 46
Staff Establishment Structure.... 55


Vote: 002 State House

V1: Vote Overview .... 101
V2: Vote Performance for FY 2013/14 and Planned Outputs for FY 2014/15. 102
V3: Detailed Planned Outputs for FY 2014/15 .. 103
V4: Proposed Budget Allocations for 2014/15 and the Medium Term. 122
V5: Vote Crosscutting Issues .. 124
Staff Establishment Structure.... 126


Vote: 107 Uganda AIDS Commission

V1: Vote Overview ... 172
V2: Vote Performance for FY 2013/14 and Planned Outputs for FY 2014/15. 173
V3: Detailed Planned Outputs for FY 2014/15 .. 175
V4: Proposed Budget Allocations for 2014/15 and the Medium Term. 188
V5: Vote Crosscutting Issues ... 190
Staff Establishment Structure.... 192



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Vote: 112 Ethics and Integrity

V1: Vote Overview ... 196
V2: Vote Performance for FY 2013/14 and Planned Outputs for FY 2014/15. 197
V3: Detailed Planned Outputs for FY 2014/15 ..... 197
V4: Proposed Budget Allocations for 2014/15 and the Medium Term. 215
V5: Vote Crosscutting Issues ..... 216
Staff Establishment Structure.... 218



Vote: 159 External Security Organizations

V1: Vote Overview ... 222
V2: Vote Performance for FY 2013/14 and Planned Outputs for FY 2014/15. 223
V3: Detailed Planned Outputs for FY 2014/15 .. 223
V4: Proposed Budget Allocations for 2014/15 and the Medium Term. 229
V5: Vote Crosscutting Issues ..... 230


Annexes:

Annex 1: Recommendations from Parliament and Institutional Responses 232
Annex 2: Unfunded Priorities. 237



















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Foreword
Abbreviations and Acronyms
Rt. Hon. Speaker and Honourable Members of Parliament, in fulfilment of the requirement under Section 6
(2) of the Budget Act, 2001; I have the honour to present to Parliament the Ministerial Policy Statement for
the Presidency detailing the planned outputs and activities and Budget Estimates for the Financial Year
2014/15.
The Vision of the Presidency remains: "A secure, well governed and developed nation" and the five (05)
Votes under the Presidency have continued to execute their mandates and deliver outputs geared towards
the attainment of this vision. The Presidency continues to promote peace and security, good governance,
accountability; coordinating the HIV/AIDS national multi sectoral response, and mobilization of citizens
to participate in the Socio-Economic Transformation and Development of Uganda in line with Uganda's
Vision 2040.
Rt. Hon. Speaker and Honourable Members, I wish to report that as you might have noted from the three
quarterly reports that we submitted for this Financial Year, the resources that this august House voted for
the Presidency were utilized in line with the plans that you approved with minor adjustments caused by
budgetary constraints. I therefore take this opportunity to invite your guidance regarding the planned
activities for the Financial Year 2014/15.
I would like to register my appreciation to the Hon. Speaker, the Hon. Minister for Finance, Planning and
Economic Development, the Hon. Chairpersons and Members of the Parliamentary Committee on
Presidential Affairs, the Budget Committee and all Hon. Members of Parliament for the support that you
have continued to render to the Presidency towards the attainment of its overall goal of transforming the
Nation.
For God and My Country
Frank Tumwebaze, MP
MINISTER IN-CHARGE OF THE PRESIDENCY AND KCCA
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Abbreviations and Acronyms
African Association for Public Administration and Management AAPAM
Anti Corruption Public Private Partnership ACPPP
African Development Bank ADB
Allied Democratic Forces ADF
Acquired Immune Defficiency syndrme AIDS
African Union Mission in Somalia AMISOM
Anti-Retroviral ARV
Accountability Sector Strategic Investment Plan ASSIP
African Union AU
African Union-led Regional Cooperation Initiative on the LRA AU-RCI-LRA
Budget Frame-work Paper BFP
Billion Bn
Cabinet Forward Agenda Plan CabFAP
Chief Administrative Officer CAO
Canadian Association for Public Administrtion and Management CAPAM
Centre Coordinating Tutors CCT
Country Code Top Level Domain ccTLD
Cabinet Hand Book CHB
Common Market of East and South Africa COMESA
Cabinet Secretariat CS
Coordination of Civil Society Fund CSF
Civil Society Organisation CSO
Director of Administration and Finance DAF
Directorate of Economic Affairs and Research DEAR
Directorate of Ethics and Integrity DEI
Development Dev
Director General Internal Security Organisation DGISO
District Integrity Promotion Forum DIPF
District Internal Security Officer DISO
Democratic Republic of Congo DRC
Deputy Resident District Commissioners DRDC
Deputy Secretary to Cabinet DSC
East African Community EAC
Essential Medicines and Health Supplies EMHS
Eastern and Southern Africa Association of Accountant Generals ESAAG
External Security Organisation ESO
Financial Year FY
Guide to Good Regulations GGR
Great Lakes Initiative on AIDs GLIA
Government of Uganda GoU
His Excellency H.E
Human Immuno-deficiency Virus HIV
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Head of Public Service and Secretary to Cabinet HPS&SC
Inter Agency Forum IAF
International Conference on the Great Lakes Region ICGLR
Information and Communication Technology ICT
Internally Displaced Persons IDPs
Intergrated Financial Management System IFMS
Inter Governmental Authority on Development IGAD
International Organization for Migration IOM
Inter Parliamentary Union IPU
Internal Security Organisation ISO
Institute of Security Studies ISS
Joint AIDS Review JAR
Joint Permanent Commission JPC
Kampala Capital City Authority KCCA
Local Government LG
Lords Resistance Movement LRA
Monitoring & Evaluation M&E
Markets and Agricultural Trade Improvement Programme MATIP
Ministries, Departments and Agencies MDA
Millennium Development Goals MDGs
Medicines, Health Services and Drugs Monitoring Unit MHSDMU
Ministry of Internal Affairs MIA
Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development MoEMD
Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development MoFPED
Ministry of Local Government MoLG
Ministry of Public Service MoPS
Memorandum of Understanding MoU
Ministerial Policy Statement MPS
Microsoft MS
Medium Term MT
Medium Term Expenditure Framework MTEF
Midterm Review MTR
Makerere University Business School MUBS
National Agricultural Advisory Services NAADS
National Anti Corruption Strategy NACS
National Leadership Institute NALI
National AIDS Spending Assessment NASA
National Development Plan NDP
Non Government Organisation NGO
National Resistance Movement NRM
National HIV/AIDS Strategic Plan NSP
National Secretariat for Patriotism Clubs NSPC
National Social Security Fund NSSF
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Non Tax Revenue NTR
Northern Uganda Social Action Fund NUSAF
National Water and Sewarage Corporation NWSC
Output Oriented Budgeting OOB
Office of the President OP
Office of the Vice President OVP
Poverty Action Fund PAF
Policy Analysis Units PAUs
Policy Development Guide PDG
Prosperity for All PFA
Public Finance and Accountability Act PFAA
People Living with Human Immuno-deficiency Virus PLHIV
Public Procurement and Disposal Act PPDA
Public Private Partnerships PPP
Peace, Recovery and Development Plan PRDP
Permanent Secretary PS
Permanent Secretaries PS
Regulatory Best Practices RBP
Resident District Commissioners RDC
Regulatory Impact Assessment RIA
Saving and Credit Cooperative Organisations SACCO
Self Coordinating Entities SCE
State House SH
Small and Medium Enterprises SME
Sector Working Group SWG
Technical Working Group TWG
Uganda AIDS Commission UAC
Uganda Media Centre UMC
United Nations UN
United Nations Convention Against Corruption UNCAC
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime UNODC
Uganda National Roads Authority UNRA
Uganda People's Defence Forces UPDF
Universal Primary Education UPE
Uganda Revenue Authority URA
Uganda Railways Corporation URC
Universal Secondary Education USE
Uganda Shillings Ushs
Uganda Shillings Ushs/UGX
Uganda Telecommunications UTL
Value Added Tax VAT
Vote Function VF
Very Important Persons VIP
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Vice President VP
World AIDS campaign initiative WAD
Young Empowered And Healthy YEAH
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Structure of the Ministerial Policy Statement
The Ministerial Policy Statement is structured by Vote, as follows:
This section sets out past performance and future plans for Central and Local Government Votes in
more detail. It is structured as follows for each Vote: A Vote Overview sets out key details of the
vote, including past performance, future plans and key performance issues to be addressed including
costing implications.
Annex Recommendations from parliament and institutional responses
Vote Overview
Vote Annexes
Vote Functions
Each Minister shall cause to be prepared and submitted to Parliament a Policy Statement of the relevant
Ministry on the preliminary [budget] estimates .... by the 30th day of June in each year. Budget Act 2001,
Section 6 (1)
Structure
Since the FY2011/12 budget cycle, the preparation of sector BFPs, Ministerial Policy Statements and
Budget Estimates centre around the notion of Vote Functions. A Vote Function is a set of programmes,
projects, and Local Government Grants, defining the roles and responsibilities of a vote/institution, and
contributing towards the attainment of vote and overall sector objectives.
As such, a Vote Function provides detailed information on centralised services, by capturing allocations to
Central Ministries and Stand Alone Votes, and decentralised services funded via grants to Local
Governments
Provides details of approved staff structure for each programme and project (including names of staff
and vacant posts). This is clearly demonstrated in the form of an organogram.
Staff Establishment Structure
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Executive Summary
The mandate, functions and powers of H.E the President and H.E the Vice President (the Presidency) are
provided for under Articles 98 and 108 of the Constitution of the Republic of Uganda.
The Vision of the Presidency is: A Secure, Well Governed and Developed Nation while the Mission
Statement is: To provide Leadership in Public Policy Management and Good Governance for National
Development. The Presidency comprises five Votes namely: Vote 001 Office of the President; Vote
002 - State House; Vote 107 Uganda AIDS Commission; Vote 112 Ethics and Integrity; and Vote 159
External Security Organization and these have continued to pursue goals and execute activities aimed at
actualizing the aforementioned Vision and Mission.
Performance for the FY 2013/14
The major accomplishments registered during the FY 2013/14 covered the broad areas of leadership and
patriotism development; strengthening the monitoring of implementation of government programmes and
projects; supporting policy formulation; enhanced coordination of the national responce to HIV/AIDS, and
provision of security to Ugandans within and outside the country. Works were completed on five (05)
government offices in Abim, Amuru, Buvuma, Kamuli and Otuke Districts; the population was mobilized
towards peace and stablity, poverty reduction and development; and logistical support was provided to
Cabinet in the formulation, determination and implementation of Government policy. Patriotism training
programs were conducted; three national days celebrated and the offices of RDCs / DRDCs re-tooled. In the
same vein, necessary logistical support was provided for the welfare and security of H.E the President and
H.E the Vice President as well as their immediate families. The national response to HIV/AIDS scourge
was coordinated especially through enlisting support from cultural and other Institutions; while the National
Ethical Values Policy was approved and launched.
In a bid to strengthen the monitoring of the implementation of government programs and projects, the
Presidency organized one induction/orientation workshop for all Resident District Commissioners and their
Deputies and a number of resolutions were made aimed at improving capacity to enforce better service
delivery. New Boards and Committees were appointed. A new Board of Directors was constituted for the
Uganda Printing and Publishing Corporation; while the mandates of the Board of the Uganda AIDS
Commission and the Presidential Awards Committee were renewed with some new appointments. Also, the
National Honours and Awards Regulations, 2013 were published. The Uganda Media Centre has continued
to coordinate the provision of factual information concerning government policies and programmes within
and abroad.
Planned outputs for 2014/15
In the FY 2014/15, the Presidency will maintain broad goals similar to those of FY 2013/14 including but
not limited to strengthening the monitoring of the implementation of government programmes and projects,
promotion of security, bilateral relations and good neighborliness, strengthening policy formulation,
patriotism, leadership, good governance and accountability, coordination of HIV/AIDS multi-sectoral
response and government communications. In pursuit of the above mentioned objectives, logistical support
will be provided for the welfare and security of H.E the President and H.E the Vice President as well as
their immediate families; masses and leaders mobilized country-wide towards socio-economic
development; construct two government offices in Bundibugyo and Butambala Districts; and retool the
offices of the RDCs / DRDCs by providing basic furniture, office equipment and vehicles. The National
Anti Corruption Strategy (NACS) will be disseminated; and strengthen the collaboration with cultural and
religious leaders and institutions in the national HIV /AIDS prevention effort. Internal and external security
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services shall be strengthened and provided for the protection of Ugandans, and their property as well as
our territorial integrity.
The Presidency will engage all Ministries, Departments and Agencies with a view to agree on the
mechanisms for the involvement of RDCs/DRDCs in the monitoring of implementation of government
programmes In their respective districts. Related to the above, the MDAs are being urged to avail copies to
RDCs/DRDCs of all the contracts and progress reports of all programmes and projects being Implemented
in the districts to ensure proper and timely dissemination of information to the citizens. A three-year
strategic plan for the Directorate of Economic Affairs and Research was developed and it re-orients the
Directorate to monitor Key Economic Government programmes/projects and policies as per the new M&E
framework through synergies and collaborative arrangements with other key organs of Government.
Hon. Speaker and Members, the major challenge facing the Presidency is the constrained budget vis--vis a
wide and varied mandate.
Budget request for FY 2014/15
Rt. Hon. Speaker, in order to fulfill the above stated plans in the FY 2014/15, I am seeking Parliamentary
approval of the following budget: Shs. 78,535,010,299/= Recurrent , Shs. 4,976,137,243/= Development
expenditure for Vote 001 Office of the President (Including ISO); Shs. 233,352,292,446/= Recurrent ,
Shs18,684,030,302/= Development expenditure for Vote 002 State House; Shs 227,809,000/=
Development expenditure for Vote 107 Uganda AIDS Commission; Shs. 4,680,804,660/= Recurrent and
Shs 1,210,596,691/= Development expenditure for Vote 112 Ethics and Integrity and Shs.
15,848,956,874/= Recurrent and Shs 392,000,000/= Development expenditure for Vote 159 External
Security Organization.
I beg to move.
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Table V1.1: Overview of Vote Expenditures (UShs Billion)
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Chart V1.1: Medium Term Budget Projections by Vote Function (Excluding Taxes, Arrears)
V1: Vote Overview
"To provide leadership in public policy management and good governance for National Development".
(i) Vote Mission Statement
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Recurrent
Taxes 0.591 0.590 0.000 0.630
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26.275 24.125 44.732 21.871 24.650 25.143
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43.334 37.729 53.990 31.017 38.851 40.135
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V2: Vote Performance for FY 2013/14 and Planned Outputs for FY 2014/15
(i) Past Vote Outputs
This section describes past vote performance and planned Outputs, in terms of key vote outputs
Economic Policy Monitoring, Evaluation and Inspection:
A three year Strategic Plan was developed for the Directorate of Economic Affairs and Research with
support from GIZ. Monitored the development of industrial parks in eight (8) districts as well as the
progress of value addition initiatives in the agricultural sector with respect to beef/dairy, vegetable oil,
cotton, tea, horticulture, fisheries, sugarcane and coffee in forty one (41) districts. Reports with summaries
of key findings and recommendations were developed and disseminated to line MDAs for action. Reviewed
the implementation of Pension reforms as well as the oil and gas policy and agricultural financing
initiatives. Developed a concept note on government land titling in liaison with the line Ministry.
Undertook a study on the challenges of railway and water transport services in the Eastern, Northern and
Central regions of Uganda, reports produced and disseminated. Trained staff and selected RDCs/DRDCs in
M&E and policy analysis. Carried out a capacity needs assessment for the training needs of RDCs/DRDCs.
The Manifesto Implementation Unit researched and collected information on water and agriculture sectors;
analyzed reports from Ministries of Health and Energy and conducted monitoring visits in Bushenyi,
Hoima, Kasese, Manafwa, Butaleja to assess the status of their implementation of the Manifesto. The
findings were summarized in three (03) quarterly reports which were distributed to stakeholders.
Cabinet Support and Policy Development:
The Cabinet Secretariat supported Cabinet by ensuring that all Cabinet meetings were facilitated and
decisions were captured. In particular, a Cabinet retreat for Ministers was held; 40 sets of Agendas and 40
sets of Minutes were issued to Ministers; 9 Agenda and 9 sets of Minutes were issued to Permanent
Secretaries; 110 draft Cabinet submissions were reviewed for accuracy and quality within 08 working days
and 2662 extracts of Cabinet decisions issued to Ministers, Ministers of State and Permanent Secretaries.
A mission to Ontario, Canada took place from 10th to 25th August 2013 to commence development of the
training curriculum for Policy Capacity development of the Public Service, while two (2) Cabinet Officers
were supported to attend a training in Public Policy Analysis and 1 Officer attended training in Leadership
and Change Management facilitated by the Eastern and Southern African Management Institute (ESAMI) in
Tanzania and South Africa respectively.
Preliminary 2013/14 Performance
(iii) Vote Outcomes and Outcome Indicators
The table below sets out the vote outcomes and outcome indicators
Table V1.3: Vote Outcomes and Outcome I ndicators
Outcome Statement Outcome Indicators Baseline Target
FY2014/15
Base year
Leadership and Public policy
management strengthened for good
governance
2011 45% Percentage of Cabinet submissions
complying with the adequacy
checklist based on the initial
submission
80%
N/A N/A Percentage of policies to Cabinet
responsive to NDP Priorities
80%
2010 N/A Proportion of the population aware of
their role in government
programs/projects/policies
N/A
N/A N/A The Office of the President indirectly
contributes to wealth creation, food
security and job creation by vetting
policy submissions from MDAs to
ensure that they are in responsive to
the NDP priorities
Yes
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Table V2.1: Past and 2014/15 Planned Key Vote Outputs
The Cabinet Handbook and the guide to Policy Development & Management were revised and distributed
to Ministries, Departments and Agencies.
Government Mobilization, Media and Awards:
Under the Vote Function of Government Mobilization, Media and Awards, the Vote through the offices of
the RDCs / DRDCs conducted 598 sensitization awareness and mobilization programs of the population to
support government programs / projects; monitored 995 Government programmes and projects; conducted
Leadership training programs at NALI; organized three (03) National celebrations viz; the 51st
Independence Anniversary celebrations held on 9th October 2013 in Rukungiri District, the 28th Victory
Day Celebrations held on 26th January 2014 in Mayuge District and the 25th Heroes' Day celebrations held
on 9th June 2014 in Mityana District; held nine (09) cross border meetings and one (01) Joint Border
Commissioners' meeting; held six (06) investiture ceremonies i.e. the 51st Independence Anniversary
Celebrations on 9th October, 2013; the 28th Victory Day celebrations; (Tarehe Sita) celebrations on 6th
Feb. 2014; International Womens day celebrations on 8th March 2014; the Labour Day celebrations on 1st
May 2014; and the Heroes' Day celebrations on 9th June 2014; conducted three (03) major Patriotism
training programs for 1,858 teachers; Mobilized and coordinated Groups in the Diaspora; procured ten (10)
double cabin pickups for the RDCs / DRDCs and conducted an induction / refresher course for RDCs /
DRDCs at the National Leadership Institute Kyankwanzi to enhance effective monitoring of government
programs / projects.
In an effort to ensure consistent and accurate reflection of Uganda in the media, the Vote coordinated
coverage of 59 Field Presidential functions; processed 1642 accreditation for local and International
journalists; issued 300 press releases; organized 340 radio talk shows and 109 TV Talk shows which were
attended by government officials; organized and held 107 Press Briefings; produced and distributed 6000
copies of magazines for the Independence Day, Victory Day and Heroes' Day celebrations.
The Vote is also in the process of producing a Handbook for RDCs to ensure coherent dissemination of key
government programs / projects.
Policy Planning and Support Services:
Under the Vote Function of Policy, Planning and Support services, the Vote coordinated activities of Public
Administration Sector Working Group (SWG). Specifically, two (02) meetings of the SWG and 06
meetings of Technical Working Group (TWG) were held; coordinated and submitted to the Office of the
Prime Minister Vote contributions to Government Annual Performance Report for FY 2012/13 and
Government Half Annual Performance Report for FY 2013/14 and; built capacity for nine (09) officers to
undertake various performance improvement courses.
Construction was undertaken and works completed for five (05) government offices in Abim, Amuru,
Buvuma, Kamuli and Otuke Districts; whereas construction is on-going at Butaleja and Rubirizi Districts.
Renovation for the RDCs office in Serere District was also completed.
Achievements by End March Planned outputs Planned Outputs
2013/14
Vote, Vote Function
Key Output
2014/15
Vote: 001 Office of the President
Vote Function: 1601 Economic Policy Monitoring,Evaluation & I nspection
Monitoring the performance of government policies, programmes and projects 160101 Output:
Monitoring conducted to assess
the implementation of the PMA
framework as regards
commercial farming, marketing
and agro-processing.
Held three stakeholders'
dialogue meetings on the
Macroeconomic outlook, health
service delivery and
performance of education
sector. Actionable
recommendations were
generated and disseminated to
relevant MDAs for
implementation.
Monitoring conducted to assess
progress of establishment of
Irrigation schemes and water
harvesting technologies for
increased agricultural
productivity
Progress of Energy production
projects and schemes
monitored; hydro-power, solar
and biogas.
Description of Outputs:
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Achievements by End March Planned outputs Planned Outputs
2013/14
Vote, Vote Function
Key Output
2014/15
Monitored the development of
industrial parks in eight (8)
districts as well as the progress
of value addition initiatives in
the agricultural sector with
respect to beef/dairy, vegetable
oil, cotton, tea, horticulture,
fisheries, sugarcane and coffee
in forty one (41) districts.
Reports with summaries of key
findings and recommendations
were developed and
disseminated to line MDAs for
action.
Economic policy implementation 160102 Output:
Inspections carried out to assess
the performance of the transport
sector in the country and
Stakeholder consultative
meetings held on policy issues
aimed at generating actionable
recommendations for line
MDAs to present them to the
attention of Cabinet for action
Monitoring conducted to assess
the performance of Uganda
Railways Corporation (URC)
and water transport services for
which a report has been
produced and recommendations
forwarded to relevant MDAs for
action.
Inspection undertaken to assess
the status of tourism roads in
Bwindi Impenetrable National
Park and a report produced with
actionable recommendations
that were forwarded to relevant
MDAs for appropriate action.
Monitoring activities carried out
in the water and rail sub-sectors
given the large scope of these
two transport sub-sectors. Air
transport to be handled in
subsequent quarter.
Inspections carried out to assess
developments in the oil and
mining sector.
Special inspections carried out
on the utilization and
management of Local
Government funds.
Description of Outputs:
Economic Research and Information 160104 Output:
Policies reviewed to identify
policy weaknesses with the aim
of generating actionable
recommendations for policy
development. This will be in
the: Energy sector (Oil and
Gas), Pension, Insurance and
Microfinance
Research conducted on the
implementation and
performance of the pension
policy and a report produced
and submitted to relevant
MDAs for appropriate action.
Research carried out to assess
the progress in the development
of the Energy (oil and gas)
sector, the report is in draft form.
Research on Agricultural
Financing on-going.
Undertake a study on the
strategies in the skills
development policy to ensure
that it addresses the
requirements in the Vision 2040.
Selected Public Private
Partnership initiatives analysed.
Three-year Strategic Plan for
DEAR implemented.
Description of Outputs:
Vote Function: 1602 Cabinet Support and Policy Development
Cabinet meetings supported 160201 Output:
1.Proportion(Percentage) of
Cabinet decisions
communicated to MDAs within
4 working days after
confirmation of Minutes by
Cabinet. 2.Average time(days)
taken to scrutinise Cabinet
submissions.
1.40 Agenda, and Minutes of
Cabinet meetings issued.
2. 9 Agenda and Minutes of PS'
meetings issued.
3. 110 Draft Cabinet
Submissions reviewed for
60 Agenda and Minutes issued
to Ministers and Ministers of
State.
12 Agenda and 12 sets of
minutes issued to all PS';
248 draft cabinet submissions
Description of Outputs:
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Achievements by End March Planned outputs Planned Outputs
2013/14
Vote, Vote Function
Key Output
2014/15
adequacy.
4. 2,662 Extracts of Cabinet
Decisions Issued to Ministers,
Ministers of State and
Permanent Secretaries.
5. Returns on implementation
of Cabinet Decisions placed on
the Cabinet Agenda every
month.
6. Cabinet Records (Minutes
and Memoranda) for 2012 and
2013 sorted and bound and part
of 2014 sorted.
7. Four (4) Cabinet Committee
Meetings facilitated.
8. One (01) Ceremonial
function of Cabinet managed.
reviewed for adequacy;
4,800 extracts of cabinet
decisions issued to ministers
and PS';
Returns on implementation of
Cabinet decisions placed on the
Cabinet Agenda every month;
Cabinet records for 2013 and
2014 sorted and bound and part
of 2015 sorted;
6 Cabinet Committee meetings
facilitated;
Ceremonial functions of
Cabinet managed
Capacityfor policy formulation strengthened 160203 Output:
Comprehensive Long Term
Policy Capacity Development
Plan for the Public Service
Developed. Needs Assessment
Report on Policy Capacity in
MDAs developed and
disseminated to all MDAs. Top
and Senior Managers in
Ministries and Departments
trained in Policy Formulation
and Management. Government
Strategic Communications
facilitated. Policy Resource
Materials developed and
disseminated to MDAs.
1.Implementation of the training
curriculum for the
Comprehensive Long Term
Policy Capacity Development
Plan (CLTPCDP) for the Public
Service commenced.
2. Training curriculum and
content for Policy Analysts
developed the the CLTPCDP
3. Meeting of Policy Analysts in
Ministries, Departments and
Agencies held.
4. Annual Cabinet Retreat
Organised.
5. Policy Resource Materials
namely; 200 copies of the
Cabinet handbook developed
and disseminated to MDAs.
Implementation of the
Comprehensive Long Term
Policy Capacity Development
Plan for the Public Service
continued.
The Regulatory Best Practice
Framework Implemented;
Newly recruited staff trained /
inducted.
Meetings for policy practioners
held.
Computerisation of Cabinet
Memos Completed.
Support to Ministry of Public
Service to review and establish
competencies for Policy
Analysts provided.
Description of Outputs:
Vote Function: 1603 Government Mobilisation, Media and Awards
Mobilisation and Implementation Monitoring 160352 Output:
Sensitisation and awareness
campaign programmes
conducted in all districts.
Government programs
monitored. National Patriotism
Secretariat offices staffed and
equipped. Patriotism clubs
coordinated country wide.
409 Sensitisation and
mobilization reports submitted
by the RDCs to the Office of the
President.
Awareness campaign
programmes conducted in all
the 112 Districts - 152 Radio
talk shows held.
1394 Government
programmes/projects monitored
and inspected in the Districts.
Leadership training programmes
conducted for five categories
viz; Members of Parliament;
Sensitisation and awareness
campaign programmes
conducted in all districts.
Government programs
monitored in all Districts.
Four (04) regional Workshops
for RDCs/DRDCs held.
Leadership training programs
provided at the National
Leadership Institute
Kyankwanzi.
Description of Outputs:
Vote Overview
5
Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Economic Policy Monitoring, Evaluation & Inspection:
Under this Vote Function, monitoring will be conducted to asses progress of: establishment of Irrigation
schemes and water harvesting technologies for increased agricultural productivity; Energy production
projects and schemes; hydro-power, solar and biogas. Inspections will be carried out to assess developments
in the oil, mining and the ICT sectors after which dialogue meetings will be organized for key stakeholders
in the sectors to formulate performance improvement strategies. The Vote will undertake a study on the
strategies in the skills development policy to ensure that it addresses the requirements of Vision 2040.
Selected Public Private Partnership initiatives will be analyzed and their impact assessed; and commence
implemetation of the three-year Strategic Plan for DEAR.
Cabinet Support and Policy Development
The Vote plans to maintain the time within which Cabinet Decisions are communicated to MDAs at (3)
three working days after confirmation of Minutes by theCabinet; provide Secretarial and Logistical support
to Cabinet and its Committees; reduce the average time taken to scrutinize Cabinet Submissions from (08)
eight days to (6) days as a result of increased capacity arising from newly recruited staff, as well as provide
technical guidance to MDAs in the preparation of Cabinet submissions. The Cabinet Secretariat will also
continue the implementation of the Comprehensive Long Term Policy Capacity Development Plan for
Policy Analysts and senior Managers in the entire Public Service; provide strategic policy advice to the
Presidency and organs of Government, and facilitate ceremonial functions of Cabinet. The Cabinet
Secretariat will continue to build capacity for policy development in Government and will specifically
develop and distribute policy development resource materials (guides, manuals and templates), develop
skills of Cabinet Ministers and policy officials in MDAs and equip the Cabinet Secretariat Staff with
knowledge, skills and modern methods of supporting cabinet to make evidence based decisions and
implement them.
Government Mobilization, Media and Awards:
Under this Vote Function will continue to build on the achievements of the past year to: mobilize the
population for active participation, support and involvement in national development programs; support the
offices of the RDCs/DRDCs in monitoring the implementation of government programmes for improved
service delivery; support and coordinate the countrywide operations of Patriotism Clubs in secondary
schools to nurture a spirit of nationalism; management of government information and media coverage both
locally and internationally.
The National Honors and Awards Chancery will organize 06 (six) investiture ceremonies for the
conferment of honors and awards. Eight (08) Cross-border meetings will be facilitated and 03 National
2014/15 Planned Outputs
V3: Detailed Planned Outputs for FY 2014/15
Achievements by End March Planned outputs Planned Outputs
2013/14
Vote, Vote Function
Key Output
2014/15
177 RDCs / DRDCs; 133
Principal Human Resource
Officers; 150 youth from
Rukungiri; and 202 URA
graduate trainees.
Physical infrastructure and
equipment at NALI maintained.
Vote Function: 1604 Coordination of the Security Sector
Coordination of Security Services 160401 Output:
Security Agencies coordinated.
Security guideline issued. Inter
agency reports analysed
Security Agencies coordinated.
Security guideline issued.
Inter agency reports analysed.
Security Agencies coordinated.
Security guideline issued.
Inter agency reports analysed.
Description of Outputs:
Vote Function: 1649 Policy, Planning and Support Services
Vote Overview
6
Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
functions organized namely; Independence Day Celebrations; Victory Day celebrations and Heroes Day
celebrations. Four (04) four regional training workshops to build capacity for RDCs/DRDCs in monitoring
and inspection of Government programs will also be conducted.
Policy planning and support services:
The Vote Function of Policy, Planning, Consultation and Support services will continue to perform its role
of coordinating and supporting the operations of Departments to ensure efficient management of human,
financial and physical resources. The major outputs shall include: construction of two (02) office premises
for RDCs in Bundibugyo and Butambala Districts; renovation of 02 RDC offices in Mubende and Lira
Districts; procurement of office equipment and furniture; as well as acquistion of a heavy duty standby
generator and a luggage scanner for the new office block. In addition, manage the servicing and
maintenance of vehicles; manage the provision of utilies; provide staff welfare; monitor and appraise staff
performance; and coordinate the activities of the Public Administration Sector Working Group in general
and the production of the Public Administration Sector Development Plan in particular.
Table V3.1: Vote Function Profiles, Programme/Project Profiles and Workplan Outputs
Vote Function: Economic Policy Monitoring,Evaluation & I nspection 1601
Services:
Responsible Officer:
Vote Function Profile
The Directorate of Economic Affairs and Research consists of two Departments
namely; Monitoring and Evaluation and Economic Affairs and Policy
Development. The Directorate conducts research on economic issues and
performance of the economy. The Monitoring and Evaluation Department collects
and analyses information which is in turn used for decision making by the
Presidency to ensure efficient and effective utilisation of resources. The
Department of Economic Affairs and Policy Development provides the Presidency
with timely and well researched information on performance of the economy,
implementation of government policies, and proposals for policy review.
The Manifesto Implementation Unit exists to coordinate and monitor progress in
the implementation of programmes in the NRM 2011-16 Election Manifesto.
Director, Economic Affairs and Research
Vote Function Projects and Programmes:
Project or Programme Name Responsible Officer
Recurrent Programmes
03 Monitoring & Evaluation Director, Directorate of Economic Affairs & Research
04 Monitoring & Inspection Director, Directorate Economic Affairs & Research
05 Economic Affairs and Policy Development Director, Economic Affairs & Research
12 Manifesto Implementation Unit Director, Manifesto Implementation Unit
Programme 03 Monitoring & Evaluation
Director, Directorate of Economic Affairs & Research
-To ensure that government policies/programs/projects are effectively monitored and
evaluated.
-To regularly monitor and provide information on performance of MDAs and LGs to the
Presidency and ensure that appropriate measures are taken to solve any operational problems
that may be detected.
-Monitor and evaluate the implementation and performance of government
programmes/projects.
-Activities involve carrying out monitoring exercises, evaluation and convening of
stakeholders' meetings for consultation, report presentation and dissemination of findings and
Responsible Officer:
Objectives:
Outputs:
Programme Profile
Vote Overview
7
Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: Economic Policy Monitoring,Evaluation & I nspection 1601
Programme 03 Monitoring & Evaluation
Workplan Outputs for 2013/14 and 2014/15
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
Monitoring conducted to assess
the implementation of key
economic government
programs/projects including but
not limited to; the development
of indusrial parks and value
addition projects with emphasis
on commercial farming,
marketing and agroprocessing
in the following sub-sectors;
beef, milk, palm oil (kalangala),
sunflower, sugarcane, cattle
ranches, cotton, tea, coffee,
horticulture (flowers, vegetables
and fruits) and fish farming.
Consultation meetings held
vaious MDAs that oversee the
implementation and promote
development of the sub-sectors
mentioned above.
Held three stakeholders'
dialogue meetings on the
Macroeconomic outlook, health
service delivery and
performance of education
sector. Actionable
recommendations were
generated and disseminated to
relevant MDAs for
implementation.
Monitored the development of
industrial parks in eight (8)
districts as well as the progress
of value addition initiatives in
the agricultural sector with
respect to beef/dairy, vegetable
oil, cotton, tea, horticulture,
fisheries, sugarcane and coffee
in forty one (41) districts.
Reports with summaries of key
findings and recommendations
were developed and
disseminated to line MDAs for
action.
Monitoring the
performance of
government policies,
programmes and projects
Monitoring conducted to assess
progress of establishment of
Irrigation schemes and water
harvesting technologies aimed
at increasing agricultural
productivity.
Progress of Energy production
projects and schemes monitored
with focus on hydro-power,
solar and biogas.
01 01 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
41,199
581,950
623,149
24,362
316,946
341,308
41,195
581,950
623,144
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
41,199
581,950
623,149
24,362
316,946
341,308
41,195
581,950
623,144
recommendations to concerned MDALGs.
Annual Workplan for 2014/15 - Outputs, Activities, Inputs and their Cost
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Monitoring conducted to assess progress of establishment of Irrigation
schemes and water harvesting technologies aimed at increasing
agricultural productivity.
Progress of Energy production projects and schemes monitored with focus
on hydro-power, solar and biogas.
Undertake literature review.
Develop a data collection framework.
Carry out harmonised monitoring for all districts where identified
activities are being implemented through unified monitoring by RDCs.
Engage respective implementing MDAs to ensure effective monitoring of
programs/projects.
Conduct verification field trips.
Produce harmonized reports on program implementation.
Engage MDAs on the findings.
Monitoring the performance of government policies, programmes and projects 01 01 16
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
1 Commissioner field allowance (8x12) () 96.0 13,920
MSEM allowances (8x12) () 0.0 0
Servicing of vehicles (5x12) () 60.0 120,000
air ticket (charge) 3.0 3,757
per diem (3 persons) (day) 23.0 22,902
Per diem (minister) (day) 7.0 10,150
Oils and Lubricants (items) 15.6 7,800
Fuel for office coordination (litres) 20,000.0 67,000
monthly fuel for monitoring trips (2388ltrs x 12)
(litres)
28,498.1 95,469
DSTV for Director's Office (Monthly) 12.0 4,000
1 Asst. Commissioner field allowances (8x12)
(night)
96.0 12,480
4 drivers' allowances (night) 384.0 21,120
6 technical staff field allowances (9x8x12) (night) 864.0 95,040
Bodyguard allowance (night) 96.0 6,720
MSEM allowances (8x12) (night) 96.0 17,760
Anti-virus software (packs) 20.0 1,800
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 8.0 41,195
Colored toner (piece) 4.0 1,840
External hard disks (piece) 4.0 920
Flash disks (piece) 24.0 1,440
Vote Overview
8
Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: Economic Policy Monitoring,Evaluation & I nspection 1601
Programme 03 Monitoring & Evaluation
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
41,195
581,950
623,144
Hubs (piece) 2.0 800
Toner Cartridge 05A (piece) 6.0 2,280
Toner Cartridge 1230 D (piece) 12.0 1,800
Toner Cartridge 35A (piece) 6.0 1,260
Toner Cartridge 42A (piece) 6.0 2,880
Toner Cartridge 53A (piece) 6.0 2,280
Newspapers (8x31x12) (pieces) 2,976.0 4,464
periodicals (pieces) 41.0 1,204
Stationery (pieces) 1,099.4 21,989
Cross cutting issues (service) 4.0 2,000
Printing (service) 5.0 1,500
Maintenance of office equipments (1x12) (services) 12.0 6,000
Medical expenses (Services) 4.0 3,320
Air Tickets (ticket) 1.0 8,555
short courses at Esami (tuition) 2.0 9,000
Universal Power Supply (unit) 10.0 8,500
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
41,195
581,950
623,144
Programme 04 Monitoring & I nspection
Workplan Outputs for 2013/14 and 2014/15
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
Inspections carried out to assess
the performance of the economy
with reference to key sectors i.e
transport sector with respect to
accessibility, facilitation of
internal and external trade and
promotion of tourism. Focus
will be put on rail, air and water
transport.
Monitoring conducted to assess
the performance of Uganda
Railways Corporation (URC)
and water transport services for
which a report has been
produced and recommendations
forwarded to relevant MDAs
for action.
Inspection undertaken to assess
the status of tourism roads in
Bwindi Impenetrable National
Park and a report produced with
actionable recommendations
that were forwarded to relevant
MDAs for appropriate action.
Monitoring activities carried out
in the water and rail sub-sectors
given the large scope of these
two transport sub-sectors. Air
transport to be handled in
subsequent quarter.
Economic policy
implementation
Inspections carried out to assess
developments in the oil and
mining sectors.
Inspections carried out on
emerging economic issues as
assigned by the Minister of
State for Economic Monitoring.
02 01 16
Director, Directorate Economic Affairs & Research
To improve service delivery in Government through strengthening inspectorate units in
programs/project/ policy implementation.
Inspections conducted to track the progress of implementation of government investment
projects.
Responsible Officer:
Objectives:
Outputs:
Programme Profile
Vote Overview
9
Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: Economic Policy Monitoring,Evaluation & I nspection 1601
Programme 04 Monitoring & I nspection
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
43,751
282,700
326,451
25,870
182,706
208,577
43,751
282,700
326,451
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
43,751
282,700
326,451
25,870
182,706
208,577
43,751
282,700
326,451
Annual Workplan for 2014/15 - Outputs, Activities, Inputs and their Cost
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Inspections carried out to assess developments in the oil and mining
sectors.
Inspections carried out on emerging economic issues as assigned by the
Minister of State for Economic Monitoring.
Conduct literature review on selected programs/projects.
Hold meetings with key stakeholders for data collecion.
Conduct inspections to assess programs/projects performance.
Hold consultation meetings with all stakeholders for harmonisation.
Produce reports and disseminate findings and propose recommendations
for policy intervention.
Economic policy implementation 02 01 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
43,751
282,700
326,451
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Office telephone charges (airtime) 12.7 7,600
Monthly office imprest (assorted) 12.0 35,285
Internet services (bill) 4.0 2,800
toner (cartridges) 23.0 9,660
Regional meetings on M&E for RDCs/DRDCs
(hotel hire)
4.0 50,000
Fuel (litres) 571.4 2,000
Fuel for regional RDCs/DRDCs mtgs (litres) 10,000.0 35,000
Allowances (night) 100.0 11,000
Per diem (minister) (night) 14.0 20,911
Per diem for M&E trips (15 officers) (per diem) 480.0 52,800
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 7.0 43,751
Flash disks (pieces) 5.0 340
Trips to follow up emerging issues in RDC reports
(quarterly trips)
4.9 52,200
Air tickets (ticket) 1.0 704
Short courses (tuition) 4.0 2,400
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
43,751
282,700
326,451
Programme 05 Economic Affairs and Policy Development
Workplan Outputs for 2013/14 and 2014/15
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
Policies reviewed to identify
policy weaknesses with the aim
Research conducted on the
implementation and
Economic Research and
Information
Undertake a study on the
strategies in the skills
04 01 16
Director, Economic Affairs & Research
To strengthen the policy making process through participation in policy analysis and review.
Outputs include;
Research conducted on the effectiveness of policy implementation and key sectors of the
economy.
Staff capacity in policy development and analysis strengthened.
Responsible Officer:
Objectives:
Outputs:
Programme Profile
Vote Overview
10
Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: Economic Policy Monitoring,Evaluation & I nspection 1601
Programme 05 Economic Affairs and Policy Development
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
of generating actionable
recommendations for policy
development in the areas of;
Energy (Oil and Gas sector),
Investment and Taxation and
Microfinance.
performance of the pension
policy and a report produced
and submitted to relevant
MDAs for appropriate action.
Research carried out to assess
the progress in the development
of the Energy (oil and gas)
sector, the report is in draft
form.
Research on Agricultural
Financing on-going.
development policy to ensure
that it addresses the
requirements of the Vision
2040.
Selected Public Private
Partnership initiatives analysed.
Three-year Strategic Plan for
DEAR implemented.
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
30,657
234,809
265,466
18,128
141,834
159,963
30,657
234,809
265,466
Staff equipped with skills in
monitoring and evaluation; and
policy development and analysis.
Capacity needs assessment
study carried out to establish
training needs for
RDCs/DRDCs.
Tailor made courses developed
and RDCs/DRDCs trained to
build capacity in monitoring of
government programs/projects.
Two (02) staff facilitated to
travel to South Africa for policy
development analysis and
evaluation training.
Capacity needs assessment
study is ongoing to establish
training needs for
RDCs/DRDCs.
Some RDCs/DRDCs trained to
build capacity in monitoring of
government programs/projects.
Economic policy
development strengthened
Staff equipped with skills - Staff
facilitated to attend short and
long courses .
05 01 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
12,125
150,521
162,646
7,170
88,436
95,606
12,125
150,521
162,646
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
42,783
385,330
428,112
25,298
230,271
255,569
42,783
385,330
428,112
Annual Workplan for 2014/15 - Outputs, Activities, Inputs and their Cost
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Undertake a study on the strategies in the skills development policy to
ensure that it addresses the requirements of the Vision 2040.
Selected Public Private Partnership initiatives analysed.
Three-year Strategic Plan for DEAR implemented.
Literature review
Data collection
Organise meetings with key stakeholders.
Produce reports with recommendations to guide policy development after
consultations with stakeholders.
Economic Research and Information 04 01 16
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
contributions to staff () 4.0 2,000
Airtime for the MSEM (airtime) 12.0 3,000
Subsistence allowance (allowance) 31.1 4,507
allowances for facilitators (allowances) 10.0 1,000
assorted office stationery (assorted) 12.0 8,960
stationery (assorted) 4.0 4,000
Electricity (bills) 1.0 3,000
Water (bills) 1.0 2,000
water (bottle) 600.0 1,800
toner (cartridges) 4.0 1,000
Medical support to staff (contribution) 12.0 8,592
venue hire (hall) 4.0 4,000
Fuel for coordination (litres) 918.0 3,213
transport refund (litres) 7,262.8 25,420
Data for modems (Monthly) 12.0 1,800
Subscription to DSTV for MSEM (monthly) 12.0 3,597
teas and refreshment for the minister's office
(monthly)
12.0 10,000
Newspapers for MSEM office (newspapers) 1,440.0 2,160
printing and binding (pages) 200.0 4,000
Buffet meal (person) 200.0 6,000
Vote Overview
11
Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: Economic Policy Monitoring,Evaluation & I nspection 1601
Programme 05 Economic Affairs and Policy Development
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
30,657
234,809
265,466
morning, break and evening bites (person) 600.0 12,000
sitting allowances (person) 200.0 18,000
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 3.0 30,657
journals (pieces) 92.0 460
assorted small office equipment (quarterly) 4.0 4,300
Travel Abroad for MSEM (trip) 4.0 100,000
Staff equipped with skills - Staff facilitated to attend short and long
courses .
Develop a training plan and nominate candidates to the training
committee.
Facilitate staff to attend relevant training courses.
Economic policy development strengthened 05 01 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
12,125
150,521
162,646
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
color toner (cartridges) 7.0 8,960
Allowances (day) 72.7 8,000
fuel (litres) 1,624.3 5,685
meetings with stakeholders (meeting) 13.1 7,877
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 2.0 12,125
Courses in M&E and policy analysis (traiing) 4.0 40,000
Capacity building in M&E skills for RDCs/DRDCs
(training)
2.0 80,000
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
42,783
385,330
428,112
Programme 12 Manifesto I mplementation Unit
Workplan Outputs for 2013/14 and 2014/15
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
Reports from Ministries
analysed
Monitoring visits conducted in
districts
04 quarterly reports and 01
annual report produced on the
status of manifest
implementation
Copies of status reports on
manifesto implementation
distributed to stakeholders
Media programmes (print and
electronic) conducted to
disseminate manifesto
achievements
Manifesto documentary updated
Researched and collected
information on the Water and
Agricultural sectors; analyzed
reports form the Ministry of
Health and the Ministry of
Minerals and Energy
Development on their status of
manifesto implementation.
Conducted monitoring visits in
Bushenyi, Hoima, Kasese,
Manafwa and Butaleja Districts
to assess the status of manifesto
implementation.
Produced three reports which
were disseminated to
stakeholders.
Monitoring
Implementation of
Manifesto Commitments
Four (04) reports from
Ministries analysed on a
quarterly basis.
Twelve (12) Monitoring visits
conducted in districts
Quarterly reports and 01 annual
report on the status of manifest
implementation produced and
disseminated to stakeholders.
Media programmes (print and
electronic) conducted to
disseminate manifesto
achievements
Manifesto documentary updated
03 01 16
Director, Manifesto Implementation Unit
To ensure effective implementation of the Manifesto.
Periodical and Annual status reports on Manifesto implementation produced and disseminated.
Responsible Officer:
Objectives:
Outputs:
Programme Profile
Vote Overview
12
Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: Economic Policy Monitoring,Evaluation & I nspection 1601
Programme 12 Manifesto I mplementation Unit
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
53,673
140,943
194,616
31,738
89,914
121,652
53,673
140,943
194,617
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
53,673
140,943
194,616
31,738
89,914
121,652
53,673
140,943
194,617
Annual Workplan for 2014/15 - Outputs, Activities, Inputs and their Cost
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Four (04) reports from Ministries analysed on a quarterly basis.
Twelve (12) Monitoring visits conducted in districts
Quarterly reports and 01 annual report on the status of manifest
implementation produced and disseminated to stakeholders.
Media programmes (print and electronic) conducted to disseminate
manifesto achievements
Manifesto documentary updated
Reports from Ministries analysed
Monitoring visits conducted in districts
04 quarterly reports and 01 annual report produced on the status of
manifest implementation
Copies of status reports on manifesto implementation distributed to
stakeholders
Media programmes (print and electronic) conducted to disseminate
manifesto achievements
Manifesto documentary updated
Monitoring Implementation of Manifesto Commitments 03 01 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
53,673
140,943
194,617
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Newspaper adverts (advert) 4.0 2,400
Allowances for directors (allowances) 66.7 10,000
Per diem for directors (allowances) 90.0 13,500
Per diem for staff (allowances) 160.0 10,400
refreshments for office and meetings (assorted) 36.0 3,600
stationery (assorted) 4.3 1,728
photocopying and binding (copies) 498.3 4,236
fuel (litres) 12,239.0 41,001
Fuel for directors (litres) 3,691.2 12,365
Newspapers (paper) 559.5 671
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 8.0 53,673
business cards (piece) 300.0 150
external hard disk (pieces) 1.0 500
toner (pieces) 4.6 1,140
letter heads (reams) 4.0 320
photocopying paper (reams) 72.0 1,008
vehicle servicing (service) 15.0 9,750
Advertisements (services) 8.0 1,883
Dinner/lunch allowance (value) 72.0 4,752
oils and lubricants (value) 32.0 1,600
vehicle repair (value) 33.2 19,939
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
53,673
140,943
194,617
Vote Overview
13
Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: Cabinet Support and Policy Development 1602
Services:
Responsible Officer:
Vote Function Profile
The Cabinet Secretariat facilitates the President, Vice President, the Prime
Minister and Cabinet in executing their Constitutional Mandate of formulating,
determining and implementing Government policies.
In addition, the function exists to set clear guidelines for effective policy
development across Government and in particular building the policy capacity of
Cabinet and that of the Line Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs).
This process involves the provision of the following strategic services:
Supporting H.E. the President and Cabinet in the determination of Government
policy and the delivery of Governments expectations;
Providing sound policy advice to H.E. the President and Cabinet;
Providing secretariat support to Cabinet and its Committees;
Undertaking the gate keeping and challenge function in respect to policy
submissions from Line Ministries to Cabinet;
Building capacity for policy development across Government;
Preparing the Public Service for better management of transitions in Government;
Supporting the political leadership in the translation of Election Manifestos into
policies and programs for implementation;
Supporting Cabinet in monitoring and co-ordinating the implementation of its
decisions;
Institutionalizing Regulatory Best Practice (RBP) in Policy making in Government;
Managing transitions between political administrations and supporting the
continuity of Government.
Permanent Secretary/ Dep. Secretary to the Cabinet
Vote Function Projects and Programmes:
Project or Programme Name Responsible Officer
Recurrent Programmes
07 Cabinet Secretariat Permanent Secretary/ Deputy Secretary to Cabinet
Programme 07 Cabinet Secretariat
Permanent Secretary/ Deputy Secretary to Cabinet
The Cabinet Secretariat envisions an effective and efficient Government machinery for public
policy making and its management. The mission is to support Cabinet in the discharge of its
constitutional mandate (Article 111 (2)) of determining, formulating, and implementing
Government policy. This is realized through the pursuit of the following objectives:
(i) To ensure that Cabinet effectively and efficiently discharges its constitutional mandate of
determining, formulating and implementing government policy;
Responsible Officer:
Objectives:
Programme Profile
Vote Overview
14
Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: Cabinet Support and Policy Development 1602
Programme 07 Cabinet Secretariat
Workplan Outputs for 2013/14 and 2014/15
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
1.60 Agenda, and Minutes of
Cabinet meetings issued.
2. 12 Agenda and Minutes of
PS' meetings issued.
3. Number (248) of Draft
Cabinet Submissions reviewed
for adequacy.
4. 4,800 Extracts of Cabinet
Decisions Issued to Ministers,
Ministers of State and
Permanent Secretaries.
5. Returns on implementation
of Cabinet Decisions placed on
the Cabinet Agenda every
month.
6. Cabinet Records (Minutes
and Memoranda) for 2012 and
2013 sorted and bound and part
of 2014 sorted.
7. Number (4) of Cabinet
Committee Meetings facilitated.
8. Ceremonial functions of
Cabinet managed.
1.40 Agenda, and Minutes of
Cabinet meetings issued.
2. 9 Agenda and Minutes of PS'
meetings issued.
3. 110 Draft Cabinet
Submissions reviewed for
adequacy.
4. 2,662 Extracts of Cabinet
Decisions Issued to Ministers,
Ministers of State and
Permanent Secretaries.
5. Returns on implementation
of Cabinet Decisions placed on
the Cabinet Agenda every
month.
6. Cabinet Records (Minutes
and Memoranda) for 2012 and
2013 sorted and bound and part
of 2014 sorted.
7. Four (4) Cabinet Committee
Meetings facilitated.
8. One (01) Ceremonial
function of Cabinet managed.
Cabinet meetings
supported
1. 60 Agenda and Minutes of
Cabinet Meetings issued to
Ministers and Ministers of State.
2. 12 Agenda and Minuets of
Permanent Secretaries issued.
3. 248 Draft Cabinet
Submissions reviewed for
adequancy.
4. 4,800 extracts of Cabient
Deceisions issued to Ministers
and Permanent Secretaries.
5. Returns on implementation of
Cabinet Decisions placed on the
Cabinet Agenda every month.
6. Cabinet records(Minutes and
Memoranda) for 2013 and 2014
sorted and bound and part of
2015 sorted.
7. 6 Cabinet Committee
Meetings facilitated.
8. Ceremonial functions of
Cabinet managed.
01 02 16
(ii) To ensure that the Presidency effectively provides leadership to Ministries, Departments
and Agencies (MDAs) in the public policy management process; and,
(iii) To support the Public Administration Sector to deliver effective leadership, coordination
and good governance in the country.
Below is an overview of the outputs and activities of the Cabinet Secretariat:
Meetings of Cabinet and its Committees organized and facilitated; monthly Permanent
Secretaries forum facilitated; Cabinet Submissions reviewed for quality; implementation of
Cabinet Decisions monitored; Cabinet Library maintained; Cabinet Archives managed;
Courier Services provided to the Cabinet function; Ceremonial functions of Cabinet
organized and facilitated; implementation of the Presidents election manifesto supported;
strategic communications planning in government coordinated;
The above outputs shall be attained through the following activities:
Providing secretariat and logistical support to Cabinet, its Committees and Permanent
Secretaries forum; providing technical guidance to MDAs in the preparation of Cabinet
Submissions; monitoring the progress of the implementation of key Cabinet Decisions;
providing Cabinet with a functional Cabinet library; maintaining the Cabinet archives;
delivering mail to Government Departments and Institutions; organizing and facilitating
ceremonial functions of Cabinet; facilitating Strategic Communications in Government;
developing and distributing policy resource materials; developing skills of Cabinet and
Policy Officials in MDAs; managing the periodic restructuring of the Cabinet Secretariat;
providing Policy advice to support decision making in Government and streamlining the
functioning of Cabinet Committees.
Outputs:
Vote Overview
15
Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: Cabinet Support and Policy Development 1602
Programme 07 Cabinet Secretariat
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
293,378
1,286,167
1,579,544
173,479
751,450
924,929
293,378
1,286,167
1,579,544
1.Commence implementation of
the Comprehensive Long Term
Policy Capacity Development
Plan for the Public Service.
2. Training curriculum and
content for Policy Analysts
developed..
3. Top and Senior Managers in
Ministries and Departments
trained in Policy Formulation
and Management.
4. PS' Annual Retreat and the
Cabinet Retreat Organised.
5. Policy Resource Materials
developed and disseminated to
MDAs.
1.Started implementation of the
training curriculum for the
Comprehensive Long Term
Policy Capacity Development
Plan (CLTPCDP) for the Public
Service.
2. Training curriculum and
content for Policy Analysts
developed the the CLTPCDP
3. Meeting of Policy Analysts in
Ministries, Departments and
Agencies held.
4. Annual Cabinet Retreat
Organised.
5. Policy Resource Materials
namely; 200 copies of the
Cabinet handbook developed
and disseminated to MDAs.
Capacityfor policy
formulation strengthened
1. Support the Ministry of
Public Service to
establish/review Performance
plans and competencies for
Policy practitioners provided.
2. Implementation of the
training curriculum for Policy
Practioners continued.
3. The Regulatory Best
Practices Framework and
establish Regulatory Impact
Assesment guidelines
Implemented.
4. Newly recruited staff of the
Cabinet Secretariat Inducted.
5.Top and Senior Managers in
Ministries and Departments
trained in Policy Formulation
and Management.
5. PS' Annual Retreat and the
Cabinet Retreat Organised.
6. Policy Resource Materials
developed and disseminated to
MDAs.
7. Backlog of Cabinet Papers
computerized.
An M & E system for tracking
the implementation of Cabinet
decisions established.
8. Four (4) policy briefs to
Cabinet produced and submitted.
9. Four (4) National Sectoral
Policies reviewed for
consistency,coherance and
harmony
03 02 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
41,009
821,369
862,378
24,249
479,752
504,001
41,009
1,321,369
1,362,378
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
334,386
2,107,536
2,441,922
197,728
1,231,201
1,428,930
334,386
2,607,536
2,941,922
Annual Workplan for 2014/15 - Outputs, Activities, Inputs and their Cost
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
1. 60 Agenda and Minutes of Cabinet Meetings issued to Ministers and
Ministers of State.
2. 12 Agenda and Minuets of Permanent Secretaries issued.
3. 248 Draft Cabinet Submissions reviewed for adequancy.
Cabinet meetings supported 01 02 16
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Binding Cabinet Records () 1.0 6,331
Maintenance of Photocopier2(2) () 1.0 5,500
Procurement of 2 Laptops () 2.0 4,000
Procurement of a Projector () 1.0 4,000
Procurement of a small fridge for Commissioner () 1.0 1,000
Procurement of Uniforms for support staff () 1.0 5,720
Vote Overview
16
Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: Cabinet Support and Policy Development 1602
Programme 07 Cabinet Secretariat
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
4. 4,800 extracts of Cabient Deceisions issued to Ministers and Permanent
Secretaries.
5. Returns on implementation of Cabinet Decisions placed on the Cabinet
Agenda every month.
6. Cabinet records(Minutes and Memoranda) for 2013 and 2014 sorted
and bound and part of 2015 sorted.
7. 6 Cabinet Committee Meetings facilitated.
8. Ceremonial functions of Cabinet managed.
1. Providing secretariat and logistical support to Cabinet,its Committees
and Permanent Secretaries forum.
2. Providing techinical guidance to MDAs in the preparation of Cabinet
Submissions.
3. Monitoring the progress of the implementation of key Cabinet decisions.
4. Providing Cabinet with a functional Cabinet Library.
5. Maintaining the Cabinet archives.
6. Delivering mail to Government Departments and Institutions.
7. Organising and facilitating ceremonial functions of Cabinet.
8. Developing and distributing policy resource materials.
9. Capacity building of Cabinet Secretariat staff to support Cabinet in its
functions.
10. Providing Policy advice to Cabinet and its Committees to support
decision making in Government.
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Subscription to the Uganda Gazette(Annual) () 1.0 4,200
Paper clips large (Boxes) 20.0 300
Paper Clips small (Boxes) 20.0 200
Staple wires 26/6 (Boxes) 5.0 100
Cabinet Meals and Refreshments (Meal) 53.0 152,640
Guard and Security Services at DSC's home
(Month)
12.0 1,800
Honoraria (Month) 1.0 124,083
Internet subscription (Month) 12.0 12,000
Medical Expenses to DSC (Month) 12.0 2,220
Mobile phone allowance for DSC (Month) 12.0 1,800
Office Imprest (Month) 12.0 120,000
Provision of Fuel,Lubricants and Oils (Month) 12.0 360,000
Provision of mileage allowance (Month) 1.0 64,440
Provision of Safari day/Night allowance (Month) 1.0 94,000
Provision of Travel allowances for Courier Staff
(Month)
1.0 25,908
Provision of Travel allowances for Officers (Month) 1.0 24,292
Repair and Servicing of Vehicles (Month) 12.0 114,000
Highlighters (Packet) 10.0 100
Markers (Packet) 10.0 100
Pens (Packet) 20.0 300
Rubbers bands (Packet) 5.0 25
Binding clips 15/8" (Packets) 3.0 45
Binding Clips 2" (Packets) 3.0 30
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 25.0 293,378
A4 Spiral Note books (Piece) 100.0 200
Box files (Piece) 80.0 320
Cabinet Complimentary Slips (Piece) 5,000.0 3,250
Delivery books (Piece) 18.0 117
Endorsing Ink (Piece) 5.0 8
Fax catridge Brother TN 2015 & Fax roll (Piece) 1.0 220
Manuscript books (Piece) 10.0 110
Office glue (Piece) 10.0 60
Page markers (Piece) 30.0 120
Plain file covers (Piece) 500.0 150
Post is notes(small) (Piece) 30.0 54
Post it notes(medium) (Piece) 30.0 66
Printed Envelopes 16x12 (Piece) 8,000.0 3,600
Printed Envelopes A4 (Piece) 8,000.0 2,000
Printed envelops 10x15 (Piece) 8,000.0 3,200
Printed file covers (Piece) 500.0 400
Procurement of a projector (Piece) 1.0 4,000
Ring binders (Piece) 80.0 400
Shorthand writing books (Piece) 50.0 75
White out (Piece) 10.0 50
Christmas cards (Pieces) 1.0 1,000
IBM ribbon & eraser (Pieces) 2.0 50
Printed Envelopes 9x4 (Pieces) 6,000.0 900
Printing Cabinet Resource Materials (Pieces) 1.0 5,000
Procurement of 1 Computers (Pieces) 1.0 1,900
Procurement of 2 Printers (Pieces) 2.0 2,000
Procurement of 3 filling Cabinets (Pieces) 1.0 3,068
Procurement of 8 UPS' (Pieces) 8.0 8,000
Toner 05A & 53A (Pieces) 30.0 7,500
Toner 417 (Pieces) 10.0 6,000
Toner 80A (Pieces) 15.0 3,450
Toner EX 1357 (Pieces) 10.0 8,500
Cabinet Extracts Slips (Reams) 8.0 176
Cabinet Return Slips (Reams) 8.0 176
Letter Heads (Reams) 5.0 500
Procurement of Photocopying Paper (Reams) 600.0 10,200
Procurement of Pink Paper (Reams) 500.0 11,000
Vote Overview
17
Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: Cabinet Support and Policy Development 1602
Programme 07 Cabinet Secretariat
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
293,378
1,286,167
1,579,544
Books & Periodicals for Cabinet Library (Year) 1.0 5,713
Minor repair works in the department (Year) 1.0 2,000
New Vision and Monitor Newspapers for a year
(Year)
1.0 16,000
Procurement of East African & Independent
Magazine (Year)
1.0 1,500
Provision of Airtime on land lines and fax (Year) 1.0 36,000
Purchase of Car tyres for pool vehicles (Year) 1.0 8,000
1. Support the Ministry of Public Service to establish/review Performance
plans and competencies for Policy practitioners provided.
2. Implementation of the training curriculum for Policy Practioners
continued.
3. The Regulatory Best Practices Framework and establish Regulatory
Impact Assesment guidelines Implemented.
4. Newly recruited staff of the Cabinet Secretariat Inducted.
5.Top and Senior Managers in Ministries and Departments trained in
Policy Formulation and Management.
5. PS' Annual Retreat and the Cabinet Retreat Organised.
6. Policy Resource Materials developed and disseminated to MDAs.
7. Backlog of Cabinet Papers computerized.
An M & E system for tracking the implementation of Cabinet decisions
established.
8. Four (4) policy briefs to Cabinet produced and submitted.
9. Four (4) National Sectoral Policies reviewed for consistency,coherance
and harmony
1. Review the policy formulation checklists and templates.
2. Organise an induction training for newly recruited Cabinet Secretariat
Staff.
3. Facilitate Cabinet Secretariat staff for capacity building trainings.
4. Conduct 2 Policy capacity building workshops for Top and Senior
Managers across Government.
5. Undertake Monitoring and evaluation of MDAs on the implementation
of Cabinet decisions.
6. Print resource materials and distribute to MDAs.
7. Retool and equip expanded Cabinet Secretariat Structure.
8. Hold quarterly meetings of policy practioners.
Capacityfor policy formulation strengthened 03 02 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
41,009
1,321,369
1,362,378
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Hold quarterly meetings of Policy practioners () 4.0 10,000
AAPAM Workshop for DSC (Days) 1.0 21,000
CAPAM Workshop for DSC & US/CS (Days) 1.0 37,000
Travel to Canada for DGP Program (Days) 1.0 32,000
Honoraria (Month) 1.0 121,680
Lunch allowance for a year (Month) 1.0 20,573
Air Tickets (Number) 1.0 30,000
Study trips for Cabinet Secretariat Staff (Number) 1.0 80,000
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 3.0 41,009
Payment of travel allowances(SDA/NA) (Persons) 1.0 126,500
Staff Training (Persons) 1.1 90,000
Purchase of station wagon (unit) 1.0 360,000
Dinner allowance for a Year (Year) 1.0 39,029
Induct newly recruited staff of Cabinet Secretaria
(Year)
1.0 10,000
Organise 2 workshops for Policy Practitioners
(Year)
1.0 70,000
Organise the Cabinet Retreat and Permanent
Secreta (Year)
2.0 263,587
Procure an M & E Software for tracking Cabinet
Dec (Year)
1.0 10,000
Vote Overview
18
Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: Cabinet Support and Policy Development 1602
Programme 07 Cabinet Secretariat
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
334,386
2,607,536
2,941,922
Vote Overview
19
Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: Government Mobilisation, Media and Awards 1603
Services:
Responsible Officer:
Vote Function Profile
The Resident District Commissioners are mandated by Article 203 of the
Constitution of the Republic of Uganda to coordinate central Government services
in districts. They therefore carry out mobilisation and sensitisation of masses plus
monitoring the implementation of Government programmes and projects in all
districts.
The National Secretariat for Patriotism Clubs is mandated to develop and
coordinate Patriotism Clubs in all Secodary Schools countrywide to ensure that
young people acquire values of patriotism through patriotic studies and training.
The Uganda Media Centre provides a mechanism for engagement of the media in
the country through facilitating and coordinating Government Ministries,
Departments and Agencies to ensure consistent and accurate reflection of Uganda
in the media.
The Presidential Awards Committee/Chancery ensures the establishment and
maintenance of a National Honours' list and the conferment of honours and awards
to exemplary individuals.
The National Leadership Institute (NALI) aims at strengthening leadership
capacity through training leaders of various levels with a view of equiping them
with the ability to identify and harmonise the understanding of the common
National good.
Secretary, Office of the President
Vote Function Projects and Programmes:
Project or Programme Name Responsible Officer
Recurrent Programmes
01B Headquarters (Media Centre and RDCs) Secretary, Office of the President
13 Presidential Awards Committee Chancellor, National Honours and Awards Chancery
Development Projects
0007A Strengthening of the President's Office Secretary, Office of the President
Programme 01B Headquarters (Media Centre and RDCs)
Secretary, Office of the President
The offices of Resident District Commissioners and Deputy Resident District Commissioners
are provided for under article 203 of the Constitution of the Republic of Uganda and the
functions are also well spelt out in the Constitution.They include among others; to ensure that
national policies and programmes are implemented in an effective manner; monitor and
coordinate government services; and oversee security in districts.
The Uganda Media Centre was established in Office of the President to cause factual
reporting of the affairs of the State of Uganda in the local and international media.
The National Secretariat for Patriotism Clubs exists to inculcate norms and values of
patriotism among the youth and students in Secondary schools through acquisition of
knowledge and ideas that guide them into becoming more transformative nationalistic citizens.
The National Patriotism Secretariat also exists to develop and coordinate all Patriotism Clubs
in secondary schools, countrywide for Teachers and students.
Responsible Officer:
Objectives:
Programme Profile
Vote Overview
20
Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: Government Mobilisation, Media and Awards 1603
Programme 01B Headquarters (Media Centre and RDCs)
Workplan Outputs for 2013/14 and 2014/15
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
Media and communication
strategic support provided to
Government Ministries and
Departments.
International media engaged and
accredited.
Media focus groups supported
to influence public opinion on
government programmes.
Print and electronic media
monitored daily.
Media briefings conducted.
Coverage of government events
coordinated.
Media coverage of the
Presidency coordinnated.
Accurate image of Uganda
projected through one hundred
seven (107) press briefings; 181
internal editorial meetings
Conducted and appropriate
briefs submitted to relavant
MDAs.
1642 local and International
journalists Accredited.
Mis-information against
government countered through
publication of 185 articles;
issuing of 300 press statements
and organising of 340 radio talk
shows and 107 TV talk shows.
Print and electronic media
monitored on a daily basis.
Media coverage provided for
fifty nine (59) Presidentail
functions 62 other Government
events.
Government
Communications
Media and communication
strategic support provided to
Government Ministries and
Departments.
International media engaged and
accredited.
Media focus groups supported
to influence public opinion on
government programmes.
Print and electronic media
monitored daily.
Media briefings conducted.
Coverage of government events
coordinated.
Media coverage of the
Presidency coordinnated.
51 03 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
700,045
700,045
0
399,987
399,987
0
700,045
700,045
Sensitisation meetings held in
all districts across the country.
Awareness campaign
programmes conducted.
Government
programmes/projects monitored.
Leadership training programmes
conducted.
Physical infrastructure and
equipment at NALI maintained.
409 Sensitisation and
mobilization reports submitted
by the RDCs to the Office of
the President.
Awareness campaign
programmes conducted in all
the 112 Districts - 152 Radio
talk shows held.
1394 Government
programmes/projects monitored
and inspected in the Districts.
Leadership training programmes
conducted for five major
categories of participants viz;
Members of Parliament; 133
Principal Human Resource
Officers; 150 youth from
Rukungiri; 202 URA graduate
trainees and a retreat for 177
RDCs / DRDCs.
Physical infrastructure and
equipment at NALI maintained.
Mobilisation and
Implementation
Monitoring
Sensitisation meetings held in
all districts across the country.
Awareness campaign
programmes conducted.
Government
programmes/projects monitored.
Leadership training programmes
conducted.
Physical infrastructure and
equipment at NALI maintained.
52 03 16
The National Leadership Institute (NALI) aims at strengthening leadership capacity through
training leaders of various levels with a view of equiping them with the ability to identify and
harmonise the understanding of the common National good.
Programme outputs include the following:
Implementation and monitoring of Government programmes in all Districts;
Coordination of Government services in all districts;
Coordination of Media activities to ensure accurate reporting on Uganda, and
Coordination of Patriotism Clubs in secondary schools.
Conduct leadership training programs for political leaders and civil servants.
Outputs:
Vote Overview
21
Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: Government Mobilisation, Media and Awards 1603
Programme 01B Headquarters (Media Centre and RDCs)
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
7,877,226
7,877,226
0
6,660,385
6,660,385
0
6,510,559
6,510,559
National Patriotism Secretariat
offices staffed and equipped
Patriotism clubs coordinated
country wide.
Patriotism materials and
literature developed and
disseminated country wide.
National Patriotism Secretariat
offices staffed and equipped
421 Patriotism clubs in schools
in West Nile, Acholi, Ankole &
Buganda monitored and
coordinated country wide.
Patriotism materials and
literature viz; calendars, charts
and T-Shirts procured and
disseminated country wide.
19 School student patriotism
training programs conducted.
Patriotism promoted 21 Zonal training courses for
teachers and students conducted.
School initiated programs
facilitated and coordinated.
Patriotism Clubs monitored,
sensitised and coordinated.
Headquarter Administrative
functions performed.
Publicity campaigns conducted.
53 03 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
1,483,333
1,483,333
0
977,055
977,055
0
2,650,000
2,650,000
Political Culture built
Mobilization Units Coordinated
Two (02) ideological
orientation programs conducted
for 140 University student
leaders at Pope Paul Memorial
Hotel; and 500 students of Gulu
University.
Two Regional sensitization and
mobilization workshops
conducted in Ntoroko and Jinja
Districts.
Diaspora groups in the US and
Uk mobilized for socio-
economic development of
Uganda.
Political Coordination Ideological orientation
workshops conducted.
Consultative meetings
organized for mobilization Units.
Youth, Women and People with
Disability groups mobilized and
coordinated.
Groups in the Diaspora
mobilized.
54 03 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
360,409
360,409
0
168,257
168,257
0
360,409
360,409
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
0
10,421,014
10,421,014
0
8,205,684
8,205,684
0
10,221,014
10,221,014
Annual Workplan for 2014/15 - Outputs, Activities, Inputs and their Cost
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Media and communication strategic support provided to Government
Ministries and Departments.
International media engaged and accredited.
Media focus groups supported to influence public opinion on government
programmes.
Print and electronic media monitored daily.
Media briefings conducted.
Coverage of government events coordinated.
Media coverage of the Presidency coordinnated.
Government Communications 51 03 16
Planned Outputs:
Output:
Grant or Transfer Cost
Facilitation for the operations of the Uganda Media
Center
700,045
Vote Overview
22
Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: Government Mobilisation, Media and Awards 1603
Programme 01B Headquarters (Media Centre and RDCs)
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Coordinate and conduct press briefings
Organize meetings for Media focus groups.
Develop and formulate communication startegies for Government
Departments.
Monitor Print and Electronic media.
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
700,045
700,045
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Sensitisation meetings held in all districts across the country.
Awareness campaign programmes conducted.
Government programmes/projects monitored.
Leadership training programmes conducted.
Physical infrastructure and equipment at NALI maintained.
Carry out awareness programes
Conduct sensitization meetings at Sub - County level.
Monitor Government programs and projects
Maintain physical infrastructure at NALI.
Mobilisation and Implementation Monitoring 52 03 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
6,510,559
6,510,559
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
Grant or Transfer Cost
Celebration of National Functions / Special events 1,010,000
Resident District Commissioners' workshops 490,000
RDCs and DRDCs' Fuel for hard to reach stations 153,538
RDCs/DRDCs' office facilitation 2,376,560
Facilitation for Presidential Advisors on Ministerial
Terms
691,941
Resident District Commissioners - Office staff 665,240
Conduct a survey to assess the percentage of
population aware of government programs.
50,000
National Leadership Institute, Kyankwanzi 1,000,000
Coordination of Presidential Initiatives 50,000
Wages for Political Assistants 23,280
21 Zonal training courses for teachers and students conducted.
School initiated programs facilitated and coordinated.
Patriotism Clubs monitored, sensitised and coordinated.
Headquarter Administrative functions performed.
Publicity campaigns conducted.
Train 42,000 Teachers and students.
Facilitate 24 Secondary School initiated training activities.
Pay Honoraria to 128 District Coordiantors.
Monitor 600 Patriotism Clubs
Hold one planning and coordination meeting for staff and 128 District
Coordinators.
Offer Administrative support functions to the NSPC.
Procure 2 Station wagon vehicles and one pick up; 4000 sets of Uniforms;
two laptops; 2000 brochures and charts; 1000 text books and calendars
(with patriotism messages).
Conduct publicity campaigns (Media news meetings and running adverts
for trainings and supplies).
Develop and maintain Kawowo patriotism site at Kapchorwa.
Patriotism promoted 53 03 16
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
Grant or Transfer Cost
National Secretariat for Patriotism Clubs 2,650,000
Vote Overview
23
Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: Government Mobilisation, Media and Awards 1603
Programme 01B Headquarters (Media Centre and RDCs)
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
2,650,000
2,650,000
Ideological orientation workshops conducted.
Consultative meetings organized for mobilization Units.
Youth, Women and People with Disability groups mobilized and
coordinated.
Groups in the Diaspora mobilized.
Oragnise Ideological workshops for Chancellors, Vice Chancellors and
Lecturers in Makerere, Kyambogo, Mbarara, Busitema and Gulu
Universties.
Conduct inland and foreign mobilization meetings.
Mobilizing and coordinating the activities of the youth, women and
People with disabilities groups.
Mobilizing groups in the diaspora.
Political Coordination 54 03 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
360,409
360,409
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
Grant or Transfer Cost
Political Coordination 360,409
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
0
10,221,014
10,221,014
Programme 13 Presidential Awards Committee
Workplan Outputs for 2013/14 and 2014/15
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
06 investiture ceremonies held
Insignia for civilian decorations
purchased
National Roll of Honour
updated.
Research conducted on
nominees meriting award
04 investiture ceremonies held
viz; on 9th Oct. 2013; 26th Jan.
2014; 6th Feb. 2014; and 8th
March 2014
National Roll of Honour
updated.
Research conducted on
nominees meriting award
National Honours &
Awards conferred
06 investiture ceremonies held
National Roll of Honour
updated.
Research conducted on
nominees meriting award.
List of meriting medalists
produced and submitted to H.E
01 03 16
Chancellor, National Honours and Awards Chancery
- To prepare and publish Honours' list and purchase necessary insignia;
- To establish a mechanism for identification and recognition of exemplary achievers;
- To assist the President in the conferment of titles of Honour to foreign and National
achievers.
Ceremonies for award of honors organized; Insignia procured; Distinguished achievers
identified and presented for vetting and approval by the President; Names of Persons to be
honored published in the Uganda gazette.
Responsible Officer:
Objectives:
Outputs:
Programme Profile
Vote Overview
24
Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: Government Mobilisation, Media and Awards 1603
Programme 13 Presidential Awards Committee
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
the President
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
61,000
288,919
349,919
36,070
171,859
207,929
61,000
288,919
349,919
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
61,000
288,919
349,919
36,070
171,859
207,929
61,000
288,919
349,919
Annual Workplan for 2014/15 - Outputs, Activities, Inputs and their Cost
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
06 investiture ceremonies held
National Roll of Honour updated.
Research conducted on nominees meriting award.
List of meriting medalists produced and submitted to H.E the President
Hold and facilitate meetings for the Presidential Awards Committee.
Carry out research and produce a list of proposed medalists
Update the National Roll of Honour.
National Honours & Awards conferred 01 03 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
61,000
288,919
349,919
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Assorted Stationery (Assorted) 92.0 2,400
Post Graduate Courses (Course) 1.4 10,000
Per diem (day) 9.0 18,148
Retainer (day) 12.0 7,200
Research allowance (days) 92.8 10,208
Visa fees (Fees) 5.9 2,952
Hire of venues (Hall) 12.0 8,400
Fuel (Liters) 13,642.6 45,703
Lunch (Meal) 12.0 7,128
Soft drinks and snacks (Meal) 12.0 3,057
Sitting allowances (meeting) 12.0 10,320
Honoraria (Monthly) 12.0 21,024
Telephone bills (Monthly) 53.3 8,000
Per diem (Nights) 228.1 41,060
Photocopying services (Pages) 14,000.0 2,100
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 6.0 61,000
Meals (Persons) 560.0 25,200
Purchase of computer / printer (Piece) 2.0 2,600
Assorted office equipment (Pieces) 94.0 9,400
Desk organisers (Pieces) 6.0 300
Paper Trays (Pieces) 6.0 300
Repair of Computers and printers (Pieces) 8.0 2,400
Toner (Pieces) 12.0 5,400
Photocopying Paper (Ream) 600.0 10,800
Airticket (Ticket) 6.0 18,900
Vehicle repairs (Unit) 10.9 10,879
Vehicle servicing (Unit) 12.0 5,040
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
61,000
288,919
349,919
Project 0007A Strengthening of the President's Office
Secretary, Office of the President
Strengthening of Office of the President is to retool and strengthen the offices of Resident
District Commissioners and Deputy Resident District Commissioners through the provision of
vehicles, office tools and equipment. These will facilitate RDCs to carry out sensitization and
Responsible Officer:
Objectives:
Project Profile
Vote Overview
25
Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: Government Mobilisation, Media and Awards 1603
Project 0007A Strengthening of the President's Office
Workplan Outputs for 2013/14 and 2014/15
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
RDC's are equiped for
mobilisation -
(10 pickup (D/C) vehicles
procured)
Ten (10) double cabin pick ups
procured for RDCs / DRDCs.
Purchase of Motor
Vehicles and Other
Transport Equipment
RDCs / DRDCs equiped for
mobilisation -
(10 pickup (D/C) vehicles
procured)
200 tyres procured for field
vehicles.
75 03 16
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
1,200,793
0
1,200,793
444,328
0
444,328
1,450,793
0
1,450,793
GoU Development
External Financing
GRAND TOTAL
1,200,793
0
1,200,793
444,328
0
444,328
1,450,793
0
1,450,793
mobilization of the masses to participate in the implementation of key Government policies
and projects, promote and nurture patriotism.
Vehicles procured for field offices.
Office equipment for field offices procured i.e. desktop computers, furniture, filing cabinets.
Outputs:
7/1/1999 6/30/2015 Start Date: Projected End Date:
Annual Workplan for 2014/15 - Outputs, Activities, Inputs and their Cost
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
RDCs / DRDCs equiped for mobilisation -
(10 pickup (D/C) vehicles procured)
200 tyres procured for field vehicles.
Procuring of vehicles and tyres for the RDCs.
Purchase of Motor Vehicles and Other Transport Equipment 75 03 16
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
1,450,793
0
1,450,793
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Pick up Vehicles (D/C) (Motor Vehicles) 10.0 800,705
Purchase of tyres (Pieces) 200.2 100,088
GoU Development
External Financing
GRAND TOTAL
1,450,793
0
1,450,793
Vote Overview
26
Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: Coordination of the Security Sector 1604
Services:
Responsible Officer:
Vote Function Profile
The Office of the Minister for Security oversees all security matters and operations
within and outside the country. The vote function is responsible for ensuring that
the security agencies and the office of Security Coordinator operate smoothly,
effectively and efficiently to ensure peace and stability in Uganda.
Secretary, Office of the President
Vote Function Projects and Programmes:
Project or Programme Name Responsible Officer
Recurrent Programmes
01C Headquarters (Security Sector Coordination) Secretary, Office of the President
Programme 01C Headquarters (Security Sector Coordination)
Workplan Outputs for 2013/14 and 2014/15
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
Security Agencies coordinated.
Security guideline issued.
Inter agency reports analysed
Security Agencies coordinated.
Security guidelines issued.
Inter agency reports analysed
Coordination of Security
Services
Security Agencies coordinated.
Security guidelines issued.
Inter agency reports analysed
01 04 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
3,940,034
3,940,034
0
5,116,822
5,116,822
0
3,940,034
3,940,034
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
0
3,940,034
3,940,034
0
5,116,822
5,116,822
0
3,940,034
3,940,034
Secretary, Office of the President
To coordinate the National security service to ensure stability and national territorial integrity.
The Office carries out coordination and supervision of the security agencies and their
operations. Inter-Agency meetings are held and reports analysed for appropriate interventions.
Responsible Officer:
Objectives:
Outputs:
Programme Profile
Annual Workplan for 2014/15 - Outputs, Activities, Inputs and their Cost
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Security Agencies coordinated.
Security guidelines issued.
Inter agency reports analysed
Conduct periodical security meetings.
Supervise and plan operations.
Analyse inter agency reports
Coordination of Security Services 01 04 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
3,940,034
3,940,034
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Classified operations (operations) 12.0 3,940,034
Vote Overview
27
Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: Coordination of the Security Sector 1604
Programme 01C Headquarters (Security Sector Coordination)
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
0
3,940,034
3,940,034
Vote Overview
28
Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: Policy, Planning and Support Services 1649
Services:
Responsible Officer:
Vote Function Profile
The Vote function is responsible for the Ministry policy, support services and
Presidential advice. The services that are provided by the Department of Finance
and Administration include support services, budgeting and financial management,
Ministry coordination, procurement and the management and provision of
logistics and personnel management to the Office of the President. The Department
comprises four sections namely Administration, Human Resources, Accounts and
Procurement and Diposal.
Secretary, Office of the President
Vote Function Projects and Programmes:
Project or Programme Name Responsible Officer
Recurrent Programmes
01 Headquarters Under Secretary, Finance & Administration
Development Projects
0001 Construction of GoU offices Secretary, Office of the President
0007 Strengthening of the President's Office Secretary, Office of the President
Programme 01 Headquarters
Workplan Outputs for 2013/14 and 2014/15
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
Ministerial Policy statement for
FY 2014/15 produced.
Public Administration Sector
Working group activities
coordinated.
Budget Framework Paper for
FY 2014/15 produced.
Budget estimates for FY
2014/15 prepared.
Final accounts for for FY
2012/13 prepared.
Responses to querries raised by
the Auditor General on accounts
of FY 2011/12 prepared.
Annual perfomance report for
Ministerial Policy statement for
FY 2014/15 produced.
Public Administration Sector
Working group activities
coordinated viz; two (02)
Sector Working Group meetings
held; five (05) Technical
Working Group meetings held.
Budget Framework Paper for
FY 2014/15 produced and
submitted to Ministry of
Finance, Planning & Econ.
Development (MoFPED).
Budget estimates for FY
2014/15 prepared and submitted
to MoFPED.
Final accounts for for FY
Policy, Consultation,
Planning and Monitoring
Services
Ministerial Policy statement for
FY 2015/16 produced.
Public Administration Sector
Working group activities
coordinated.
Budget Framework Paper for
FY 2015/16 produced.
Budget estimates for FY
2015/16 prepared.
Final accounts for FY 2013/14
prepared.
Responses to queries raised by
the Auditor General on accounts
of FY 2013/14 prepared.
Annual performance report for
01 49 16
Under Secretary, Finance & Administration
The main objective of the Department of Finance and Admnistration is to support and
coordinate the execution of the Constitutional mandate of the Office of the President.through
provision of financial and human resource management services and ensuring the efficient
and effective utilization of resources.
The major outputs and activities for this programme include:
- Provision of support services to the Office of the President in the areas of
administration,financial and human resource management;
- Organisation of celebration of National days;
- Maintenance of office premises, procurement of office furniture, equipment and vehicles;
- Recruitment and deployment of personnel;
- Coordination of HIV/AIDS activities across Ministries; and crossborder security.
Responsible Officer:
Objectives:
Outputs:
Programme Profile
Vote Overview
29
Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: Policy, Planning and Support Services 1649
Programme 01 Headquarters
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
FY 2013/14 prepared.
Quraterly perfomance reports
for FY 2013/14 prepared.
Financial releases disbursed to
departments and directorates
2012/13 prepared and submitted
to MoFPED.
Responses to querries raised by
the Auditor General on accounts
of FY 2011/12 prepared.
Annual perfomance report for
FY 2013/14 prepared and
submitted to Office of the Prime
Minister (OPM).
Quraterly perfomance reports
for FY 2013/14 prepared and
submitted to OPM and
MoFPED.
Financial releases disbursed to
departments and directorates
FY 2014/15 prepared.
Quarterly performance reports
for FY 2014/15 prepared and
submitted to MoFPED,
Parliamentary Committee on
Presidential Affairs and OPM.
Financial releases disbursed to
departments and directorates
Capacity built for 9 staff
members in the fields of
Administrations, Policy studies
and Financial Management.
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
504,811
582,566
1,087,376
1,335,181
395,031
1,730,213
504,811
535,566
1,040,376
240 Vehicles maintained.
Inland travels facilitated.
Staff perfomance appraised and
monitored.
Staff capacity building
programmes supported.
Payroll managed.
Bills for 200 telephone lines
settled.
35 electricity and 08 water
accounts settled.
240 Vehicles serviced and
maintained.
Inland travels for both entitled
officers and staff facilitated.
Staff perfomance appraised and
monitored.
Nine (09) Staff supported to
undertake performance
improvement courses in
Management, M&E Strategic
records Information
Management.
Payroll managed and staff
salaries paid following the
payroll decentralization.
Bills for 422 telephone lines
serviced.
33 electricity and 21 water
accounts settled.
Ministry Support Services 240 Vehicles for field and Head
quarter offices serviced and
maintained.
Inland travels facilitated.
Staff performance appraised
and monitored.
Staff capacity building
programmes supported.
Payroll managed.
Bills for 200 telephone lines
settled.
35 electricity and 08 water
accounts settled.
02 49 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
2,324,715
3,924,899
6,249,614
1,374,644
2,978,810
4,353,454
4,258,471
4,196,899
8,455,370
Inland and foreign travels
facilitated.
Management meetings
facilitated.
Facilitation provided to
entittled officers
Inland and foreign travels for
entitled officers and staff
facilitated.
05 Top Management meetings
held and facilitated.
Facilitation provided to
entittled officers
Ministerial and Top
Management Services
08 (eight) cross border meetings
held.
01 (one) Joint Permanent
Commission (JPC) held
between Uganda & Kenya
(Uganda to host)
Inland and foreign travels
facilitated.
Top and Senior Management
meetings facilitated.
Facilitation provided to entitled
officers
03 49 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
5,366,470
1,469,523
6,835,993
3,206,857
1,229,857
4,436,715
5,366,474
1,469,523
6,835,998
Vote Overview
30
Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: Policy, Planning and Support Services 1649
Programme 01 Headquarters
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
Arrears 99 49 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9,435
9,435
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
8,195,996
5,976,988
14,172,984
5,916,683
4,603,699
10,520,381
10,129,756
6,211,423
16,341,179
Annual Workplan for 2014/15 - Outputs, Activities, Inputs and their Cost
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Ministerial Policy statement for FY 2015/16 produced.
Public Administration Sector Working group activities coordinated.
Budget Framework Paper for FY 2015/16 produced.
Budget estimates for FY 2015/16 prepared.
Final accounts for FY 2013/14 prepared.
Responses to queries raised by the Auditor General on accounts of FY
2013/14 prepared.
Annual performance report for FY 2014/15 prepared.
Quarterly performance reports for FY 2014/15 prepared and submitted to
MoFPED, Parliamentary Committee on Presidential Affairs and OPM.
Financial releases disbursed to departments and directorates
Capacity built for 9 staff members in the fields of Administrations, Policy
studies and Financial Management.
Collect data and carry out consultations with departments.
Hold sector and technical working group meetings.
Hold performance review meetings to inform capacity gaps and training
needs.
Policy, Consultation, Planning and Monitoring Services 01 49 16
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Public Administration Sector Coordination
(Ascorted)
0.6 33,566
Communication expenses (Assorted) 10.0 2,000
Computer consumables (Assorted) 6.0 3,603
Printed Staionery (Assorted) 1,306.6 6,533
Office Glue (Bottles) 100.0 1,200
White Wash (Bottles) 6,000.0 3,600
Purchase of News Papers (Copies) 1,111.1 5,000
Highlighters (Doz) 100.0 1,200
Hire of Venue (Hall) 10.0 7,000
Consultancy Short Term Fees (Invoices) 2.0 18,424
Installation of Anti Viri (Licence) 65.0 3,250
Generator Fuel (Litres) 7,400.0 24,790
Coack tails and Dinners (Number) 4.0 45,000
Generator Servicing (Number) 12.0 12,000
Other equipment service (Number) 11.0 6,607
Markers (Packets) 100.0 1,200
Pens (Packets) 156.0 2,808
Staple Wires (Big) (Packets) 145.0 508
Staple Wires (Small) (Packets) 1,200.0 1,800
Yellow Stickers (Packets) 1,000.0 1,200
Photocopying services (pages) 10.0 5,000
Meals (Pax) 500.0 22,500
Post Graduate Training courses (Pax) 3.0 13,500
Resource Persons (Pax) 50.0 10,000
Short term Training Courses (Pax) 9.0 5,400
Under Graduate Degree Courses (Pax) 4.0 10,624
Under Graduate Diploma Courses (Pax) 2.0 5,000
Staff facilitation (Per diem) 349.1 19,200
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 15.0 504,811
Contracts Committee Meetings (Persons) 45.0 32,850
Evaluation Committee Meetings (Persons) 156.5 46,950
Assorted Flash Disks (2GB and 4GB) (Pieces) 48.0 1,440
Box Files (Pieces) 700.0 3,150
Box Files (Small) (Pieces) 2,624.7 9,187
Business Cards (Pieces) 8,000.0 4,000
Calculators (Pieces) 20.0 700
Cello Tape (Pieces) 100.0 700
Copier Catridge 1230D (Pieces) 14.0 4,620
Copier Catridge 2220D (Pieces) 14.0 4,760
Copier Catridge 615D (Pieces) 10.0 3,300
Counter Books (Pieces) 250.0 1,875
Desk Organisers (Pieces) 20.0 500
Diaries (Pieces) 100.0 3,500
Envelopes (Assorted) (Pieces) 26,000.0 7,800
Vote Overview
31
Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: Policy, Planning and Support Services 1649
Programme 01 Headquarters
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
504,811
535,566
1,040,376
Fax Catridge X-10 (Pieces) 10.0 2,500
Hand Driers (Pieces) 4.0 4,800
Hoovers (Pieces) 3.0 4,500
Identity Cards (Pieces) 400.0 4,000
Manilla Files (300GMs) (Pieces) 1,500.0 3,000
Paper Shredders (Pieces) 4.0 3,400
Paper Trays (Pieces) 28.0 980
Power Stabilizers (Pieces) 10.0 4,000
Purchase of Calendars (Pieces) 50.0 500
Repairs of Computers (Pieces) 65.0 6,500
Routine Service of Computers (Pieces) 65.0 4,225
Season Greetings Cards (Pieces) 3,000.0 13,500
Self Inking Stamps (Pieces) 10.0 500
Short Hand Note books (Pieces) 1,200.0 1,800
Stand Fans (Pieces) 20.0 2,400
Toners 05A (Pieces) 28.0 10,640
Toners 13A (Pieces) 14.0 4,340
Toners 49A (Pieces) 8.0 2,400
Toners 53A (Pieces) 11.8 4,465
Wall Clocks (Pieces) 10.0 220
Performance appraisal forms (Ream) 10.0 3,500
Photocopying paper (Reams) 1,400.0 26,600
Pink photocopying paper (Reams) 50.0 1,400
In-House sensitisation on cross cutting Issues (Ge
(Training)
12.2 24,476
Assorted Stationery (Units) 1.0 3,076
240 Vehicles for field and Head quarter offices serviced and maintained.
Inland travels facilitated.
Staff performance appraised and monitored.
Staff capacity building programmes supported.
Payroll managed.
Bills for 200 telephone lines settled.
35 electricity and 08 water accounts settled.
Process procurement requisitions.
Conduct Contracts Committee meetings
Process and place contracts for goods, services and works.
Train staff locally and internationally.
Provide medical support to sick members of staff and meet burial
expenses for deceased staff.
Process payment of lunch and other duty facilitating allowances
Train newly recruited staff on the importance and completion of
performance appraisal
Monitor and manage the payroll
Analyze and assess training needs.
Ministry Support Services 02 49 16
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Routine re-painting of offices (Annual) 9.7 48,439
Contributions to the PAD Sector (Assorted) 1.0 84,000
IPPS Recurent costs (Assorted) 100.0 25,000
Maintanance of assorted Air conditioners (Assorted) 64.0 64,000
Maintanance of Lifts in New office block (Assorted) 50.0 100,000
Office fumigation (Assorted) 1.0 10,000
Provision of major Plumbing works (Assorted) 12.0 30,000
Provision of minor plumbing works (Assorted) 48.0 20,640
Supply of Minor electrical installations (Assorted) 12.0 42,000
Electricity bills for field offices (Bills) 220.2 39,641
Electricity bills for Headquater offices (Bills) 20.7 50,960
Water expenses for field offices (Bills) 240.0 21,600
Water expenses for Headquarter offices (Bills) 48.0 50,569
Provision of Drinking water (Bottles) 2,400.0 14,400
Head quarter Telesaver Credit Loading (Credit) 1,200.0 135,000
Telesaver Credit for field offices (Credit) 2,592.0 187,921
Fuel (Liters) 22,268.6 74,600
Fuel for office coordination (Liters) 14,806.3 49,601
Cleaning Services for offices (Month) 12.1 144,790
Collection of Solid Waste (Month) 12.0 6,000
Internet Subscription (Month) 12.0 73,891
Rent for field offices (Month) 806.2 430,845
Rent for Headquarter offices (Month) 72.0 466,577
Allowances for office and Home Guards (Pax) 1,040.0 93,600
Death expenses for Political Leaders (Pax) 2.0 30,000
Death expenses for staff (Pax) 3.0 15,000
Hire of Guard services (Pax) 12.0 2,401
Payment for ARVs (Pax) 51.4 12,849
Per diem allowances (Pax) 14.0 73,500
Subsistence allowances (Pax) 1,295.2 494,768
Warm clothing allowance (Pax) 7.2 6,987
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Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: Policy, Planning and Support Services 1649
Programme 01 Headquarters
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Conduct staff training programmes.
Induct new officers.
Supervise safe and efficient delivery of mail.
Process orders for vehicle repair and servicing
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
4,258,471
4,196,899
8,455,370
Mantainance of fire extinguishers (Pcs) 2.0 4,000
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 185.0 4,258,471
Repair & servicing of computers, copiers printers
(Pieces)
377.8 170,000
Repair of office furniture and tools (Pieces) 218.4 17,032
Service of Air conditioners (Pieces) 100.0 10,000
Lunch & Dinner allowances for officers (rate) 1,156.8 145,760
Lunch and Dinner allowances for support staff (rate) 543.6 45,664
Medical contributions to Junior staff (rate) 87.0 8,151
Medical Contributions to Senior staff (rate) 20.0 6,000
Transport allowance (rate) 864.0 38,880
Payment of rates to KCCA (rates) 1.0 891
Cost of Economy airticket (Ticket) 14.0 35,280
Maintanance of Lifts and Conveyors (Unit) 12.0 48,000
Repair and service of Generator (Unit) 6.0 18,000
Major repairs of M/Vs (Unit of M/V) 20.0 190,000
Minor repairs (Unit of M/V) 90.0 225,000
Motor Vehicle Service (Unit of M/V) 256.1 71,857
Servicing of Vehicles (Unit of M/V) 691.6 262,805
08 (eight) cross border meetings held.
01 (one) Joint Permanent Commission (JPC) held between Uganda &
Kenya (Uganda to host)
Inland and foreign travels facilitated.
Top and Senior Management meetings facilitated.
Facilitation provided to entitled officers
Process financial requisitions
Provide facilities for entitled officers
Convene and manage Top and Senior Management meetings
Facilitate cross border meetings.
Host a Joint Permanent Commission between Uganda & Kenya.
Ministerial and Top Management Services 03 49 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
5,366,474
1,469,523
6,835,998
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Visa fees (Fees) 32.1 4,814
Fuel for field travel (Liters) 60,000.0 201,000
Fuel for Political Leaders (Liters) 49,433.1 165,601
Medical allowance for HoPSC & SEC/OP (Pax) 2.0 4,560
Medical allowance for Minsiters & Advisors (Pax) 8.0 20,392
Mobile phone allowance for Ministers (Pax) 96.0 18,720
Mobile phone allowance for Advisors (Person) 24.0 3,960
Monthly consolidated allowance - special Press
(Person)
48.0 421,164
Per diem allowances for Ministers & staff (Person) 3,450.3 379,533
Per diem for Political and senior Leadership
(Person)
11.0 121,000
Responsibility allowance for Ministers (Person) 48.0 37,439
Contract staff (Person Years) 23.0 410,554
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 394.0 4,955,920
Cost of a Business airticket (Ticket) 10.0 80,000
Field Vehicle maintanance (Unit of M/V) 63.0 11,340
Arrears 99 49 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
9,435
9,435
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
10,129,756
6,211,423
16,341,179
Programme 10 Statutory
Vote Overview
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Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: Policy, Planning and Support Services 1649
Programme 10 Statutory
Secretary, Office of the President
To pay the Statutory salaries of H.E the President and H.E the Vice President.
Statutory salaries paid on time and in amounts stipulated.
Responsible Officer:
Objectives:
Outputs:
Programme Profile
Project 0001 Construction of GoU offices
Workplan Outputs for 2013/14 and 2014/15
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
Government buildings/offices
constructed.
Existing buildings/offices
renovated.
Two (02) Government
buildings/offices constructed in
Butaleja (at roofing level) and
Rubirizi (at finishing stage).
One (01) existing
buildings/office block in Serere
District renovated.
Government Buildings and
Administrative
Infrastructure
Two (02) Government
buildings/offices constructed in
Bundibugyo and Butambala
Districts.
Two (02) Existing
buildings/offices renovated in
Lira and Mubende Districts.
72 49 16
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
1,510,500
0
1,510,500
176,734
0
176,734
1,511,000
0
1,511,000
GoU Development
External Financing
GRAND TOTAL
1,510,500
0
1,510,500
176,734
0
176,734
1,511,000
0
1,511,000
Secretary, Office of the President
The objectives of the project are:
To coordinate the construction of Government offices in an effort to ensuring availability of
adequate office accommodation.
To provide policy guidance on establishment of cost effective and adequate accomodation in
Government.
Land identified and aquired for Development of Offices
Offices renovated
New office premises constructed in districts to address shortage of office accommodation.
Responsible Officer:
Objectives:
Outputs:
7/1/1999 6/30/2015 Start Date: Projected End Date:
Project Profile
Annual Workplan for 2014/15 - Outputs, Activities, Inputs and their Cost
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Government Buildings and Administrative Infrastructure 72 49 16 Output:
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Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: Policy, Planning and Support Services 1649
Project 0001 Construction of GoU offices
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Two (02) Government buildings/offices constructed in Bundibugyo and
Butambala Districts.
Two (02) Existing buildings/offices renovated in Lira and Mubende
Districts.
Procure services for construction of Government offices in Bundibugyo
and Butambala Districts.
Procure services for renovation of office blocks in Lira and Mubende
Districts.
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
1,511,000
0
1,511,000
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs: I nputs Quantity Cost
Construction of two new RDC offices (site) 2.0 1,200,000
Major renovation of offices (site) 2.0 280,000
Minor renovations of offices (site) 2.0 31,000
GoU Development
External Financing
GRAND TOTAL
1,511,000
0
1,511,000
Project 0007 Strengthening of the President's Office
Workplan Outputs for 2013/14 and 2014/15
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
02 station wagon vehicles
procured.
698 tyres procured.
No station wagon vehicles
procured due to budgetary
shortfall.
698 tyres procured.
Purchase of Motor
Vehicles and Other
Transport Equipment
01 station wagon vehicles
procured.
748 tyres procured.
75 49 16
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
855,437
0
855,437
0
0
0
715,437
0
715,437
30 desktop and 05 laptop
computers procured.
Local Area Network Server
upgraded.
30 printers procured.
01 heavy duty photocopier
machine procured.
Note counting machine
procured.
Nine (09) Desk top Computers;
six (06) lap top computers and
ten (10) printers procured.
Local Area Network upgraded.
Purchase of Office and
ICT Equipment, including
Software
20 desktop and 08 laptop
computers procured.
Local Area Network Server
upgraded.
25 printers and UPSs procured.
Server in the new office block
procured.
wi-fi in the new office block
installed.
76 49 16
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
218,053
0
218,053
102,310
0
102,310
95,000
0
95,000
Secretary, Office of the President
The main objective of the project is to retool the Office of the President with vehicles and
office furniture and equipment.
-Vehicles procured for departmental and entitled officers at headquarters.
- Furniture and office equipment provided for both offices in the field and at Headquarters.
Responsible Officer:
Objectives:
Outputs:
7/1/1996 6/30/2015 Start Date: Projected End Date:
Project Profile
Vote Overview
35
Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: Policy, Planning and Support Services 1649
Project 0007 Strengthening of the President's Office
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
40 Telephone Head sets; 02
television sets; and 04 telefax
machines procured.
25 stand fans and 10
refrigerators procured.
two electric lawn mowers
procured.
Note counting machine
procured.
Twenty (20) Telephone Head
sets; Two (02) television sets;
Twenty (20) filing cabinets
procured.
Procurement process for ten
(10) stand fans is ongoing while
one (01) refrigerator was
procured.
Purchase of Specialised
Machinery & Equipment
Contribution to purchase of a
generator for new office block
77 49 16
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
48,594
0
48,594
27,000
0
27,000
316,877
0
316,877
Assorted furniture procured
including 05 Executive desks,30
office desks, 05 Executive
chairs, 30 office chairs ,35
vistor's chairs; 05 bookshelves;
20 filling cabinets;300 metres
of Curtains, 300 metres of
nettings and 100 rolling metres
for office carpets.
Assorted furniture procured
including 05 Executive desks,08
Secretarial office desks, 05
Executive chairs, 08 Secretarial
chairs ,40 vistor's chairs; 112
Conference chairs and 08
Conference tables procured.
Purchase of Office and
Residential Furniture and
Fittings
Purchase of furniture 78 49 16
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
251,230
0
251,230
1,923
0
1,923
35,000
0
35,000
GoU Development
External Financing
GRAND TOTAL
1,373,314
0
1,373,314
131,233
0
131,233
1,162,314
0
1,162,314
Annual Workplan for 2014/15 - Outputs, Activities, Inputs and their Cost
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
01 station wagon vehicles procured.
748 tyres procured.
Procuring of vehicle and tyres for entitled officers
Purchase of Motor Vehicles and Other Transport Equipment 75 49 16
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
715,437
0
715,437
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Tyres size - 285/17 () 8.0 8,402
Station wagon vehicle (Motor Vehicle) 1.0 230,001
Tyres size 205/16 - 265/16 (Pieces) 740.0 397,034
20 desktop and 08 laptop computers procured.
Local Area Network Server upgraded.
25 printers and UPSs procured.
Server in the new office block procured.
wi-fi in the new office block installed.
Initiate requisition for approval of the Accounting Officer.
Hold Contracts and Evaluation meetings.
Purchase of Office and ICT Equipment, including Software 76 49 16
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Install wi-fi in new office block (Assorted) 1.0 18,500
Upgrade LAN (Assorted) 1.0 6,300
Desk top computers (Pieces) 6.0 15,000
Laptops (Pieces) 8.0 16,000
Printers (Pieces) 25.0 30,000
Procure UPSs (Pieces) 23.0 9,200
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Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Table V3.2: Past and Medum Term Key Vote Output I ndicators*
2016/17
2012/13
Outturn
Releases
Prel. Actual
Approved
Plan
2014/15 2015/16
MTEF Projections 2013/14
Vote Function Key Output
Indicators and Costs:
Vote: 001 Office of the President
Vote Function:1601 Economic Policy Monitoring,Evaluation & I nspection
1.572 1.644 Vote Function Cost (UShs bn) 1.572 1.058 1.157
1.572 1.058 1.157 VF Cost Excluding Ext. Fin
Number of public
programmes/projects inspected in a
year.
6 5 4 5 6 N/A
Percentage of follow up action
undertaken on issues identified from
monitoring exercises.
70 65 100 100 100 N/A
Number of dialogue meetings held
with MDAs to address issues
identified during monitoring.
N/A No info 2 3 4 N/A
Vote Function:1602 Cabinet Support and Policy Development
2.942 2.542 Vote Function Cost (UShs bn) 2.442 1.632 2.269
2.442 1.632 2.269 VF Cost Excluding Ext. Fin
Average time taken to communicate
Cabinet decisions to MDAs after
confirmation of minutes.
N/A 3 3 3 3 N/A
Status of the implementation of the
comprehensive long term policy
development plan
N/A No info Continue
implementatio
n
687 N/A
Vote Function:1603 Government Mobilisation, Media and Awards
11.472 13.187 Vote Function Cost (UShs bn) 12.923 10.302 29.505
Vote Function: Policy, Planning and Support Services 1649
Project 0007 Strengthening of the President's Office
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Sign contracts and deliver items.
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
95,000
0
95,000
Contribution to purchase of a generator for new office block
Procurement process initiated
Purchase a generator
Purchase of Specialised Machinery & Equipment 77 49 16
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
316,877
0
316,877
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Procurement of Luggage Scanner (Piece) 1.0 60,000
Purchase of a generator for new office block (Piece) 1.0 256,877
Purchase of furniture
Procurement processes
Purchase of Office and Residential Furniture and Fittings 78 49 16
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
35,000
0
35,000
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Office chairs (Pieces) 10.0 15,000
Office desks (Pieces) 10.0 20,000
GoU Development
External Financing
GRAND TOTAL
1,162,314
0
1,162,314
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Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
In the Medium Term 2014/15 - 2016/17, the Vote will implement the Comprehensive Long Term Policy
Development Plan for the entire Public Service; institutionalise the Cabinet Committee system as a best
practice; monitor the implementation of the Ruling Party's Election Manifesto and coordinate Patriotism
Clubs countrywide to inculcate the values of patriotism among the youth in Secondary schools. In order to
reduce shortage of office accommodation, the Presidency plans to purchase land for construction of
government offices; continue to construct and renovate government offices in districts in a phased manner;
implement a three year strategic plan for the Directorate of Economic Affairs and Research geared towards
improving service delivery of projects/programmes and strengthen capacity for the RDCs / DRDCs to
effectively monitor Government programs. The Vote will also develop and coordinate the implementation
of the Public Administration Sector Development Plan within the NDP II priorities.
Medium Term Plans
(i) Measures to improve Efficiency
The Office will pursue and consolidate gains from an existing Memorandum of Understanding with the
Office of the Prime Minister on the management of common user facilities. In particular, the Vote has
allocated funds towards the joint procurement of a heavy duty generator which will be used to power the
two new office blocks. The list of goods and services to be procured under framework contracts has been
expanded to include more items with a view to reduce on the procurement lead time and other related
resources involved in the procurement process. In the process of constructing RDC offices, land is obtained
by way of seeking for offers from public land by the District Land Boards thereby reducing the overall cost
that would have been incurred if land in all Districts was purchased.
Table V3.3: Key Unit Costs of Services Provided and Services Funded (Shs '000)
* Excluding Taxes and Arrears
2016/17
2012/13
Outturn
Releases
Prel. Actual
Approved
Plan
2014/15 2015/16
MTEF Projections 2013/14
Vote Function Key Output
Indicators and Costs:
12.022 N/A N/A 11.672 10.302 29.505 VF Cost Excluding Ext. Fin
Vote Function:1604 Coordination of the Security Sector
3.940 3.940 Vote Function Cost (UShs bn) 3.940 5.117 6.624
3.940 5.117 6.624 VF Cost Excluding Ext. Fin
Vote Function:1649 Policy, Planning and Support Services
18.925 18.823 Vote Function Cost (UShs bn) 16.851 12.907 14.434
16.851 12.907 14.434 VF Cost Excluding Ext. Fin
38.851 40.135 Cost of Vote Services (UShs Bn) 37.729 31.017 53.990
38.851 N/A N/A 36.478 31.017 53.990 Vote Cost Excluding Ext Fin.
Actual
2012/13
Actual
2013/14
Planned
2013/14
Proposed
2014/15
Costing Assumptions and Reasons for
any Changes and Variations from Plan
Unit Cost
Description
Vote Function:1601 Economic Policy Monitoring,Evaluation & Inspection
Not Applicable to the
vote functions under
Vote 001
Vote Function:1602 Cabinet Support and Policy Development
Not Applicable to the
Vote Functions under
Vote 001.
Vote Function:1603 Government Mobilisation, Media and Awards
Not Applicable to the
vote functions under
Vote 001
Vote Function:1604 Coordination of the Security Sector
Not applicable to the
Vote Functions under
Vote 001
Vote Function:1649 Policy, Planning and Support Services
Not Applicable to this
and all other Vote
Functions under Vote
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Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
(iii) Priority Vote Actions to Improve Sector Performance
(ii) Vote Investment Plans
In the FY 2014/15, the Vote will construct two (2) offices in Butambala and Bundibugyo districts at
UGX1.2 bn although the desirable annual requirement would be UGX 6bn in order to achieve the target of
100 offices over a five year period. In the same vein 10 new double cabin pick up vehicles will be
purchased to replace the aging fleet viz - avis the required minimum of 30 vehicles per annum for RDCs /
DRDCs to facilitate the effective monitoring of government programs. On the other hand, the purchase a
generator is intended to provide a steady power supply to support headquarter office operations in light of
the intermitent supply from the UMEME grid.
Table V3.4: Allocations by Class of Output over the Medium Term
Table V3.5: Major Capital I nvestments (Outputs of class Capital Purchases over 0.5Billion)
Actual
2012/13
Actual
2013/14
Planned
2013/14
Proposed
2014/15
Costing Assumptions and Reasons for
any Changes and Variations from Plan
Unit Cost
Description
001
2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17
(ii) % Vote Budget
Billion Uganda Shillings
(i) Allocation (Shs Bn)
2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17
22.6 25.1 24.3 26.2 59.8% 64.7% 60.5% 60.6% Consumption Expendture(Outputs Provided)
11.7 10.2 11.9 12.3 30.9% 26.3% 29.8% 28.4% Grants and Subsidies (Outputs Funded)
3.5 3.5 3.9 4.8 9.3% 9.0% 9.7% 11.0% Investment (Capital Purchases)
Grand Total 37.7 38.9 40.1 43.3 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0%
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
Expenditures and Outputs by
End March
(Quantity and Location)
Vote Function: Government Mobilisation, Media and Awards 03 16
Project 0007A Strengthening of the President's Office
GoU Development
External Financingt
Total
1,200,793
0
1,200,793
444,328
0
444,328
1,450,793
0
1,450,793
RDC's are equiped for
mobilisation -
(10 pickup (D/C) vehicles
procured)
Ten (10) double cabin pick ups
procured for RDCs / DRDCs.
Purchase of Motor
Vehicles and Other
Transport
Equipment
RDCs / DRDCs equiped for
mobilisation -
(10 pickup (D/C) vehicles
procured)
200 tyres procured for field
vehicles.
75 03 16
Vote Function: Policy, Planning and Support Services 49 16
Project 0001 Construction of GoU offices
GoU Development
External Financingt
Total
1,510,500
0
1,510,500
176,734
0
176,734
1,511,000
0
1,511,000
Government buildings/offices
constructed.
Existing buildings/offices
renovated.
Two (02) Government
buildings/offices constructed in
Butaleja (at roofing level) and
Rubirizi (at finishing stage).
One (01) existing
buildings/office block in Serere
District renovated.
Government
Buildings and
Administrative
Infrastructure
Two (02) Government
buildings/offices constructed in
Bundibugyo and Butambala
Districts.
Two (02) Existing
buildings/offices renovated in
Lira and Mubende Districts.
72 49 16
Project 0007 Strengthening of the President's Office
GoU Development
External Financingt
Total
855,437
0
855,437
0
0
0
715,437
0
715,437
02 station wagon vehicles
procured.
698 tyres procured.
No station wagon vehicles
procured due to budgetary
shortfall.
698 tyres procured.
Purchase of Motor
Vehicles and Other
Transport
Equipment
01 station wagon vehicles
procured.
748 tyres procured.
75 49 16
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39
Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
The Vote will also augument efforts for inter-departmental linkages. Specifically, the National Secretariat
for Patriotism Clubs and the Directorate for Ethics and Integrity will jointly implement training programs in
Secondary schools as a measure to improve Vote performance. On the other hand, the Department of
Finance & Administration and the Directorate for Economic Affairs & Research will jointly conduct
capacity building workshops for RDCs/DRDCs to improve monitoring of the performance of government
programmes/projects.
Table V3.6: Vote Actions to I mprove Sector Performance
2013/14 Planned Actions: 2014/15 Planned Actions: MT Strategy: 2013/14 Actual Actions:
Improved Regional and International relations Sector Outcome 2:
Government Mobilisation, Media and Awards 03 16 Vote Function:
VF Performance Issue: The sector has an inadequate budgetary allocation for capital development to facilitate the activities of
the Uganda Media Centre.
Request for increased
resource allocation towards
development.
Request for increased resource
allocation to augument the
strengthening of the Uganda
Media Centre especially the
acquisition of capital
equipment.
Request for increased resource
allocation.
Continued to engage the
Ministry of Finance, Planning
and Economic Development to
provide the required budget
allocation for capaital
development at the Uganda
Media Center but this is yet to
be realized.
Strengthened Policy Management across government Sector Outcome 3:
Economic Policy Monitoring,Evaluation & Inspection 01 16 Vote Function:
VF Performance Issue: The Directorate has developed a Strategic Plan (2014/15-16/17) however, it lacks adequate funds for
its effective implementation.
To present request for raised
budget ceilings while at the
same time continue seeking
for funding from other
external partners where
possible.
The Directorate to pursue
phased implementation of
planned activities in the
Strategic Plan.
VF Performance Issue: The existence of unfilled posts in the staff structure leading to low capacity in the delivery of outputs.
Continue filling all vacant
positions in the staff structure.
Pursue with the Ministry of
Public Service the proposal for
the re-structuring of the
Directorate of Economic
Affairs and Research.
Cabinet Support and Policy Development 02 16 Vote Function:
VF Performance Issue: Cabinet Secretariat Restructuring: Strengthen the Cabinet Secretariat to create dedicated structures to
better support the main streams of work within the broad range of the evolving functions of the
Secretariat.
Operationalise the newly
established staff structure.
Declared the remaining
vacancies to the Public
Service Commission.
Request for increase in wage
allocation to enable filling of
remaining vacant positions.
New staff appointed to fill part
of the Cabinet Secretariat staff
structure.
VF Performance Issue: Capacity Building: Enhancement of Policy development capacities across government, implementing
the government communications strategy.
Implementation of the
Longterm Policy Capacity
Development Plan,
monitoring of the
implementation of the
Government Communications
Strategy by the MDAs and
conduct training for Personal
Assistants to Ministers and
Ministers of State.
Train / induct newly recruited
staff, hold meetings for policy
practioners; provide support to
Ministry of Public Service to
review and establish
competencies and performance
measures for Policy Analysts
Continue to implement the
Comprehensive Training
Programme to address the
capacity gaps in the Policy
function; Organise the Annual
PSs Retreat and conduct a
Cabinet Retreat.
Commenced implementation
of the Longterm Policy
Capacity Development Plan;
and monitoring of the
implementation of the
Government Communications
Strategy by the MDAs.
VF Performance Issue: Need for the streamlining the functioning of Cabinet Committees
The Secretariat will engage
the Chairperson of Cabinet
for adoption of the Cabinet
Committee System as a best
practice.
Hold consultations with the
Prime Minister on approval of
the proposed Cabinet
Committee system.
Secure approval from Cabinet
to establish the Cabinet
Committees; and ensure that
the planned Cabinet
Committees are adequately
facilitated.
The Secretariat continued to
lobby the Chairperson of
Cabinet for adoption of the
Cabinet Committee System as
a best practice.
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Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
2013/14 Planned Actions: 2014/15 Planned Actions: MT Strategy: 2013/14 Actual Actions:
Government Mobilisation, Media and Awards 03 16 Vote Function:
VF Performance Issue: Inadequate funds to facilitate the RDCs/DRDCs to carry out their activities in the fields.
Request Ministry of Finance
Planning and Economic
Development to allocate
additional resources to
faciliate RDCs/DRDCs.
Continue requesting Ministry
of Finance Planning and
Economic Development to
allocate additional resources to
faciliate RDCs/DRDCs.
Continued to engage the
Ministry of Finance, Planning
& Economic Development to
raise the budgetary provision
for the line item for facilitation
of RDCs / DRDCs for
effective monitoring of
government programs.
VF Performance Issue: There is need for replacement of the aged fleet of vehicles for RDCs/DRDCs so as to sustain the
mobilisation of population for development and monitoring the implementation of Government
programmes.
Procure 10 pick-ups (D/C)
and 02 station wagon vehicles
for RDCs and entitled
officers.
Ten (10) pickup (Double
cabin) vehicles procured for
the RDCs/DRDCs to partially
replace the aging fleet.
Request for increased
allocation to procure more
vehicles in tandem with the
number that is boarded off due
to aging so as to maintain a
sound fleet.
Ten (10) pick ups (D/C)
procured for the Resident
District Commissioners to
repalce part of the aging fleet.
Coordination of the Security Sector 04 16 Vote Function:
VF Performance Issue: Inadequate budgetary provision for gratuity and leave leading to accumulation of statutory arrears
Request for additional
funding to acquire modern
ICT equipment
Request for additional funding
to acquire modern ICT
equipment
Support agencies to strengthen
technical capacity
Request for additional funding
to acquire modern ICT
equipment
VF Performance Issue: Inadequate funding to the security agencies impacting on operations.
Request for increased
resource allocation
Request for increased resource
allocation.
Seek for increased resource
allocation
Request for increased resource
allocation
VF Performance Issue: Lack of a budgetary provision to operationalise provisons of the National Security Act.
Engage the Ministry of
Finance, Planning and
Economic Development with a
view to secure additional
allocation of the resources
required to operationalize the
National Security Act.
Continue to engage the
Ministry of Finance, Planning
and Economic Development
for additional resources
required to operationalize the
National Security Act.
Policy, Planning and Support Services 49 16 Vote Function:
VF Performance Issue: Perenial budgetary shortfall to provide for funding for Presidential Advisors especially those on
Ministerial terms.
Continue to engage MoFPED
to create a specific Vote
Function output thereby
streamlining the provision of
facilitation to the offices of
Presidential Advisors .
Continue to engage MoFPED
on the need for provision of
facilitation to the Presidential
Advisors.
Continued to engage the
Ministry of Finance, Planning
and Economic Development to
provide adquate funding for
Presidential Advisors on
Ministerial terms, but this is
yet to yield fruition.
VF Performance Issue: The inadequacy of office tools and facilities required by Resident District Commissioners and Deputies
for effective office operation.
The office plans to purchase
40 printers and 27 desktop
computers.
Office furniture and tools
procured for RDC offices.
Continue with phased
procurement of office
equipment and furniture
depending on available
resources.
Twenty (20) Telephone Head
sets; Two (02) television sets;
Twenty (20) filing cabinets
procured.
Nine (09) Desk top
Computers; six (06) lap top
computers and ten (10)
printers procured.
Local Area Network upgraded.
VF Performance Issue: The shortage of office space due to inadequate provision for funding new constructions and renovation
of existing structures.
Construct new offices in 02
districts. Priority will be
given to districts that have
Construct two new office
blocks in Butambala and
Bundibugyo Districts and
Construction of more offices
in a phased manner depending
on the availabilty of resources.
Construction works for two
offices in the Districts of
Butaleja and Rubirizi are
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Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
V4: Proposed Budget Allocations for 2014/15 and the Medium Term
(i) The Total Budget over the Medium Term
Table V4.1: Past Outturns and Medium Term Projections by Vote Function*
The total budgetary allocation for Vote 001 - Office of the President including Internal Security
Organization (ISO) in the FY 2014/15 is UGX 75.431bn (Seventy five billion, four hundred thirty one
million) exclusive of taxes. Over the Medium Term, Vote 001 - Office of the President including ISO
will be allocated UGX 238.30bn (Two hundred thirty eight billion, three hundred million) exclusive of
taxes of which, UGX 75.43bn (Seventy five billion, four hundred and thirty million) will be for the FY
2014/15; UGX 77.25 bn (Seventy seven billion two hundred fifty million) for the FY 2015/16; and UGX
85.62 bn (Eighty five billion, six hundredtwenty million) will be for the FY 2016/17.
This section sets out the proposed vote budget allocations for 2014/15 and the medium term, including
major areas of expenditures and any notable changes in allocations.
(ii) The major expenditure allocations in the Vote for 2014/15
During the FY 2014/15 the major expenditure allocations under the VF of Mobilization, Media and
Awards will include purchase of 10 double cabin pickup vehicles for RDCs and entitled officers at a total
of Shs. 800,000,603/=; while under the Vote Function of Policy, Planning and Support Services the Vote
plans to construct 02 field offices in Butambala and Bundibugyo Districts as well as renovate two offices in
Lira and Mubende districts at a total cost of Ushs. 1,511,000,000/=. Also, UGX 11.5bn is allocated under
the Vote Function of Government Mobilization, Media and Awards and the major cost centers include:
mobilization and implementation monitoring work of the RDCs/DRDCs; operations of NALI and the
National Secretariat for Patriotism Clubs; and celebrations of three National Days.
(iii) The major planned changes in resource allocations within the Vote for 2014/15
There are no major planned changes in the resource allocation within the Vote.
* Excluding Taxes and Arrears
Table V4.2: Key Changes in Vote Resource Allocation
2013/14 Planned Actions: 2014/15 Planned Actions: MT Strategy: 2013/14 Actual Actions:
already acquired land. carryout renovation for one
old office blocks at Lira and
Mubende.
expected to be completed by
June 2014.
2016/17
2012/13
Outturn
Releases
End Mar
Appr.
Budget
2014/15 2015/16
MTEF Budget Projections 2013/14
Vote: 001 Office of the President
1.669 1.572 1.157 1.058 1.572 1.644
1601 Economic Policy Monitoring,Evaluation & Inspection
2.646 2.442 2.269 1.632 2.942 2.542
1602 Cabinet Support and Policy Development
13.531 12.923 29.505 10.302 11.472 13.187
1603 Government Mobilisation, Media and Awards
3.980 3.940 6.624 5.117 3.940 3.940
1604 Coordination of the Security Sector
21.508 16.851 14.434 12.907 18.925 18.823
1649 Policy, Planning and Support Services
Total for Vote:
43.334 37.729 53.990 31.017 38.851 40.135
Justification for proposed Changes
in Expenditure and Outputs
Changes in Budget Allocations and Outputs
in 2014/15 from 2013/14 Planned Levels:
Vote Function:1603 Cabinet Support and Policy Development
03 Capacityfor policy formulation strengthened 1602 Output:
UShs Bn: 0.500
Additional allocation from Ministry of Finance, Planning &
Economic Development for organising Cabinet Retreats for
Ministers and Permanent Secretaries
This will enable top leaders to enhance their skills in effective
delivery of public services; cutting edge public leadership
developments and change management approaches.
Vote Function:1652 Government Mobilisation, Media and Awards
52 Mobilisation and Implementation Monitoring 1603 Output:
UShs Bn: -2.618
UGX 1.167 Billion was moved from VF Output 160352
(Mobilization and Implementation Monitoring) to a newly
created VF Output 160353 (Patriotism Promoted).
The new vote Function output - Patriotism Promoted was created
on account of the need to streamline outputs thus facilitating the
proper monitoring and reporting on the performance of the
Patriotism Secretariat programmes.
53 Patriotism promoted 1603 Output:
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Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Table V4.3: 2013/14 and 2014/15 Budget Allocations by I tem
GoU Ext. Fin Total GoU Ext. Fin Total Million Uganda Shillings
2013/14 Approved Budget 2014/15 Draft Estimates
Output Class: Outputs Provided 22,562.4 0.0 22,562.4 25,135.9 0.0 25,135.9
8,362.2 0.0 8,362.2 10,296.0 0.0 10,296.0 211101 General Staff Salaries
410.6 0.0 410.6 410.6 0.0 410.6 211102 Contract Staff Salaries (Incl. Casuals, Temp
1,358.9 0.0 1,358.9 1,270.8 0.0 1,270.8 211103 Allowances
85.2 0.0 85.2 0.0 0.0 0.0 211104 Statutory salaries
40.3 0.0 40.3 41.1 0.0 41.1 213001 Medical expenses (To employees)
47.0 0.0 47.0 47.0 0.0 47.0 213002 Incapacity, death benefits and funeral expen
4.3 0.0 4.3 4.3 0.0 4.3 221001 Advertising and Public Relations
514.5 0.0 514.5 577.8 0.0 577.8 221002 Workshops and Seminars
291.4 0.0 291.4 317.1 0.0 317.1 221003 Staff Training
42.8 0.0 42.8 41.4 0.0 41.4 221007 Books, Periodicals & Newspapers
92.7 0.0 92.7 127.8 0.0 127.8 221008 Computer supplies and Information Technol
272.7 0.0 272.7 226.1 0.0 226.1 221009 Welfare and Entertainment
0.0 0.0 0.0 167.0 0.0 167.0 221010 Special Meals and Drinks
253.8 0.0 253.8 240.3 0.0 240.3 221011 Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Bind
48.2 0.0 48.2 40.4 0.0 40.4 221012 Small Office Equipment
47.8 0.0 47.8 47.0 0.0 47.0 221016 IFMS Recurrent costs
144.0 0.0 144.0 125.2 0.0 125.2 221017 Subscriptions
0.0 0.0 0.0 25.0 0.0 25.0 221020 IPPS Recurrent Costs
481.0 0.0 481.0 456.0 0.0 456.0 222001 Telecommunications
4.0 0.0 4.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 222002 Postage and Courier
11.3 0.0 11.3 26.0 0.0 26.0 222003 Information and communications technolog
2.0 0.0 2.0 2.0 0.0 2.0 223001 Property Expenses
0.9 0.0 0.9 0.9 0.0 0.9 223002 Rates
880.4 0.0 880.4 897.4 0.0 897.4 223003 Rent (Produced Assets) to private entities
97.8 0.0 97.8 97.8 0.0 97.8 223004 Guard and Security services
93.6 0.0 93.6 93.6 0.0 93.6 223005 Electricity
74.2 0.0 74.2 74.2 0.0 74.2 223006 Water
191.9 0.0 191.9 0.0 0.0 0.0 224002 General Supply of Goods and Services
3,940.0 0.0 3,940.0 3,940.0 0.0 3,940.0 224003 Classified Expenditure
0.0 0.0 0.0 164.8 0.0 164.8 224004 Cleaning and Sanitation
0.0 0.0 0.0 5.7 0.0 5.7 224005 Uniforms, Beddings and Protective Gear
12.3 0.0 12.3 18.4 0.0 18.4 225001 Consultancy Services- Short term
2,235.2 0.0 2,235.2 2,123.0 0.0 2,123.0 227001 Travel inland
710.9 0.0 710.9 701.9 0.0 701.9 227002 Travel abroad
630.0 0.0 630.0 630.0 0.0 630.0 227004 Fuel, Lubricants and Oils
139.1 0.0 139.1 189.1 0.0 189.1 228001 Maintenance - Civil
978.3 0.0 978.3 1,325.4 0.0 1,325.4 228002 Maintenance - Vehicles
63.2 0.0 63.2 211.0 0.0 211.0 228003 Maintenance Machinery, Equipment & Fu
0.0 0.0 0.0 174.0 0.0 174.0 228004 Maintenance Other
Output Class: Outputs Funded 10,421.0 1,251.2 11,672.2 10,221.0 0.0 10,221.0
5,687.3 0.0 5,687.3 5,487.3 0.0 5,487.3 263104 Transfers to other govt. units
Justification for proposed Changes
in Expenditure and Outputs
Changes in Budget Allocations and Outputs
in 2014/15 from 2013/14 Planned Levels:
UShs Bn: 1.167
UGX 1.167 Billion was moved from VF Output 160352
(Mobilization and Implementation Monitoring) to a newly
created VF Output 160353 (Patriotism Promoted).
The new vote Function output - Patriotism Promoted: makes
monitoring and reporting on performance clearer.
Vote Function:1602 Policy, Planning and Support Services
02 Ministry Support Services 1649 Output:
UShs Bn: 2.206
Additional allocation from the Ministry of Finance, Planning
& Economic Development to cater for wage shortfall.
Funds allocated to cater for wage shortfall.
77 Purchase of Specialised Machinery & Equipment 1649 Output:
UShs Bn: 0.268
Funds allocated under the output for the purpose of
procuring a new Generator for the new office block.
The Office of the President will jointly procure the new heavy duty
generator with the Office of the Prime Minister for the twin towers
(New Block).
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Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
V5: Vote Cross-Cutting Policy and Other Budgetary I ssues
This section discusses how the vote's plans will address and respond to the cross-cutting policy, issues of
gender and equity; HIV/AIDS; and the Environment, and other budgetary issues such as Arrears and NTR..
(i) Cross-cutting Policy Issues
(a) Gender and Equity
(b) HI V/AI DS
GoU Ext. Fin Total GoU Ext. Fin Total Million Uganda Shillings
2013/14 Approved Budget 2014/15 Draft Estimates
3,710.5 0.0 3,710.5 4,710.5 0.0 4,710.5 263106 Other Current grants
0.0 1,251.2 1,251.2 0.0 0.0 0.0 263204 Transfers to other govt. units
1,000.0 0.0 1,000.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 264101 Contributions to Autonomous Institutions
23.3 0.0 23.3 23.3 0.0 23.3 264102 Contributions to Autonomous Institutions (
Output Class: Capital Purchases 4,084.6 0.0 4,084.6 4,124.1 0.0 4,124.1
1,370.0 0.0 1,370.0 1,511.0 0.0 1,511.0 231001 Non Residential buildings (Depreciation)
1,606.2 0.0 1,606.2 1,536.2 0.0 1,536.2 231004 Transport equipment
266.6 0.0 266.6 411.9 0.0 411.9 231005 Machinery and equipment
251.2 0.0 251.2 35.0 0.0 35.0 231006 Furniture and fittings (Depreciation)
0.0 0.0 0.0 630.0 0.0 630.0 312204 Taxes on Machinery, Furniture & Vehicles
590.5 0.0 590.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 312206 Gross Tax
Output Class: Arrears 0.0 0.0 0.0 9.4 0.0 9.4
0.0 0.0 0.0 9.4 0.0 9.4 321614 Electricity arrears (Budgeting)
37,068.0 1,251.2 38,319.2 39,490.5 0.0 39,490.5 Grand Total:
Total Excluding Taxes and Arrears 36,477.5 1,251.2 37,728.7 38,851.1 0.0 38,851.1
To provide sanitary services for disposal of sanitary towels Objective:
Lack of specially designed disposal facilities for sanitary towels
Procure service provider for provision of disposal facilities
0.03
Service provider procured by 31st July 2014
Issue of Concern :
Proposed Intervensions
Budget Allocations
Performance Indicators
UGX billion
To ease entrance and access to Office of the President at Parliamentary building for people
with disabilities
Objective:
People with disabilities have difficulty in accessing Office of the President
premises at Parliamentary building owing to the design which only provides for a
staircase and a driveway.
Provide an alternative access point for people with disabilities.
0.05
Feasibility study undertaken, designs produced, contracts placed
and remodelling works executed by end of FY 2014/15.
Issue of Concern :
Proposed Intervensions
Budget Allocations
Performance Indicators
UGX billion
Objective: To contribute to initiatives aimed at preventing the spread of HIV
Fighting complacence at the work place of the risk and impact of HIV and
encourage risk free behaviours
Conduct HIV/AIDS awareness campaigns for staff and train workplace counselors
Issue of Concern :
Proposed Intervensions
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Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
(c) Environment
(ii) Verrified Outstanding Arrears for the Vote
(iii) Non Tax Revenue Collections
Emergency classified expenditure for security operations whereas for pension arrears, the budget provision
is always insufficient to offset outstanding commitments.
There are no substantial sources of Non-Tax Revenue for the Vote. Collection shall be made from selling bid
documents only for tenders conducted under open domestic and international bidding procedure. This explains the
negligible NTR forecasted. The Vote does not retain any Non-Tax Revenue.
Payee Payment Due Date Amount (UShs Bn)
Office rent 4/30/2014 0.28
Leave (ISO) 7/1/2012 3.30
Gratuity (ISO) 7/1/2012 9.43
Electricity at Headquarters (New Block) 6/30/2014 0.46
Classified Domestic Arrears (Minister for Security) 11/30/2012 5.55
Classified Domestic Arrears (ISO) 7/1/2012 2.50
Total: 21.523
Source of NTR UShs Bn
2014/15
Projected
2013/14
Prel
Actual
2013/14
Budget
2012/13
Actual
Sale of non-produced Government Properties/assets 0.040 0.000
Sale of publications 0.030 0.000
Total: 0.070 0.000
0.015
Number of counselors trained, Number of staff sensitized.
Budget Allocations
Performance Indicators
UGX billion
Objective: To support staff who are living with HIV/AIDS
The need for staff who are living with HIV to access ARV treatment, care and
counseling
Pay for ARV treatement, counseling and care
0.024
Monthly payments made to service provider
Issue of Concern :
Proposed Intervensions
Budget Allocations
Performance Indicators
UGX billion
Objective: To reduce the office carbon footprint (emissions)
The need to reduce dangers associated with increased carbon emissions, waste
disposal issues and inefficient use of resources
Instal networked printer/copiers on each office floor hence reducing the number of individually owned
printers
0.05
Number of networked printers installed
Issue of Concern :
Proposed Intervensions
Budget Allocations
Performance Indicators
UGX billion
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Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
The chart below shows total funding allocations to the Vote by Vote Function over the medium term:
Table V1.1: Overview of Vote Expenditures (UShs Billion)
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V1: Vote Overview
Generate and provide intelligence for pre-emption of internal security threats to the State.
(i) Vote Mission Statement
Wage
Non Wage
GoU
Ext. Fin
GoU Total
Total GoU + Ext Fin (MTEF)
Development
Recurrent
Taxes 0.200 0.000 0.000 0.200
Total Budget 32.052 42.916 25.968 44.021
(ii) Arrears
and Taxes
Arrears 0.000 7.526 0.000 7.241 N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A N/A
(i) Excluding Arrears, Taxes
28.062 22.811 21.851 17.109 23.040 23.385
13.538 8.388 12.888 8.242 12.888 13.017
0.686 0.652 0.651 0.617 0.652 0.660
0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
42.286 31.852 35.390 25.968 36.580 37.062
42.286 31.852 35.390 25.968 36.580 37.062
2016/17
2012/13
Outturn
Rel. by
End Mar
Approved
Budget
2014/15 2015/16
MTEF Budget Projections 2013/14
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Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
V2: Vote Performance for FY 2013/14 and Planned Outputs for FY 2014/15
(i) Past Vote Outputs
This section describes past vote performance and planned Outputs, in terms of key vote outputs
Table V2.1: Past and 2014/15 Planned Key Vote Outputs
The vote accomplished the following;
-Contributed to Minimisation of threats of LRA/ADF activities.
-Provided specialised training to 150 mid Managers.
-Supported efforts and caused intervention against subversive threats on Government programmes and
Projects.
-Contributed to Minimisation of threats of attack on Uganda by the local and International Terror groups.
A- Timely and quality intelligence generated and disseminated.
B- Foundation Security cells on counter measures to deal with emerging threats Maintened.
C- Government Programmes and Projects Monitored.
D. Human resource capacity through Staff training enhanced.
E-General staff welfare Improved.
Preliminary 2013/14 Performance
2014/15 Planned Outputs
(iii) Vote Outcomes and Outcome Indicators
The table below sets out the vote outcomes and outcome indicators
Table V1.3: Vote Outcomes and Outcome I ndicators
V3: Detailed Planned Outputs for FY 2014/15
Table V3.1: Vote Function Profiles, Programme/Project Profiles and Workplan Outputs
Achievements by End March Planned outputs Planned Outputs
2013/14
Vote, Vote Function
Key Output
2014/15
Vote: 001 Office of the President
Vote Function: 1111 I nternal security
Collection of Intelligence 111101 Output:
Daily/ Weekly/ Monthly
Security and intelligence reports
will be generated & remitted.
156 intelligence repots were
generated and remitted.
Daily/ Weekly/ Monthly
Security and intelligence reports
generated & remitted.
Description of Outputs:
Vote Function: I nternal security 1111
Services:
Responsible Officer:
Vote Function Profile
-Preparation and development of intelligence estimates and security assessments.
-Analysis and dissemination of intelligence information.
Director General -DGISO
Vote Function Projects and Programmes:
Project or Programme Name Responsible Officer
Recurrent Programmes
08 Internal Security Organisation Director General-DGISO
Development Projects
0982 Strengthening of Internal Security Internal Security Organisation (ISO).
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Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: I nternal security 1111
Programme 08 I nternal Security Organisation
Workplan Outputs for 2013/14 and 2014/15
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
Daily/ Weekly/ Monthly
Security and Intelligence reports
generated and submitted.
156 intelligence reports were
generated.
Collection of Intelligence -Enhanced intelligence
collection.
-Avert threats related to enemy
subversive actities.
-Facilitate implementation of
effective target hardening
measures in public and private
installations at major and exit
boarder points.
-Monitored socio-economic
programmes and projects.
-Staff morale maintained.
01 11 11
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
20,626,211
6,569,633
27,195,843
14,923,357
6,717,542
21,640,899
20,735,574
11,069,633
31,805,207
Human skills enhanced
Office environment maintained.
Timely coordinations and
communications made.
Skills were enhanced
Office environment was
maintained.
Timely coordination and
communication.
Intelligence information was
gathered in time.
Administration -Mobility maintained.
-Skills enhanced.
-Information entered and
analysed.
-Transport system maintained.
-Working environment
maintained.
-Stafff morale maintained.
-Utilities settled.
02 11 11
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
2,185,202
1,818,564
4,003,766
2,185,202
1,505,192
3,690,394
2,303,953
1,818,564
4,122,516
Arrears 99 11 11
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7,240,894
7,240,894
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
22,811,413
8,388,196
31,199,609
17,108,560
8,222,734
25,331,293
23,039,527
20,129,090
43,168,618
Director General-DGISO
A. Detect and prevent politically motivated crime in a timely manner
B. Provide timely intelligence and put in place preventive measures against terrorism and
Organised Crime.
C.Detect threats against vital Government Programmes and Projects.

Collection of internal intelligence, Settlement of statutory entitlements, Settlement of support


activities i.e utilities,rent,stationary , training and workshops.
Responsible Officer:
Objectives:
Outputs:
Programme Profile
Annual Workplan for 2014/15 - Outputs, Activities, Inputs and their Cost
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Collection of Intelligence 01 11 11 Output:
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Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: I nternal security 1111
Programme 08 I nternal Security Organisation
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
-Enhanced intelligence collection.
-Avert threats related to enemy subversive actities.
-Facilitate implementation of effective target hardening measures in
public and private installations at major and exit boarder points.
-Monitored socio-economic programmes and projects.
-Staff morale maintained.
-Brief and de-brief the intelligence collection network.
-Information gathering.
-Information analysis.
-Remunerate information collection staff.
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
20,735,574
11,069,633
31,805,207
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs: I nputs Quantity Cost
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 0.9 20,735,574
Classified inteligence information (Quality) 1.0 11,069,633
-Mobility maintained.
-Skills enhanced.
-Information entered and analysed.
-Transport system maintained.
-Working environment maintained.
-Stafff morale maintained.
-Utilities settled.
-Training and re-training.
-Maintainance and fuel of transport system.
-Data entry and processing.
-Remunerate support staff.
Administration 02 11 11
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
2,303,953
1,818,564
4,122,516
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Allowances (Amount) 1.0 131,189
Gratuity (Amount) 1.0 370,000
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 0.1 2,303,953
Welfare (Quality) 1.0 139,276
Advertising (Quantity) 4.0 802
Communication (Quantity) 100.0 320,141
Electricity (Quantity) 100.0 271,019
Fuel (Quantity) 100.0 60,000
Inland travel (Quantity) 12.0 24,039
Maintainancs vehicles (Quantity) 100.0 220,265
Newspapers (Quantity) 365.0 6,111
Office equipment (Quantity) 12.0 10,516
Property (Quantity) 12.0 6,759
Rent (Quantity) 100.0 151,005
Training (Quantity) 100.0 30,294
Travel abroad (Quantity) 4.0 18,000
Water (Quantity) 100.0 48,000
Stationary (Quatity) 500.0 11,149
Arrears 99 11 11
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
7,240,894
7,240,894
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
23,039,527
20,129,090
43,168,618
Project 0982 Strengthening of I nternal Security
Internal Security Organisation (ISO).
A.Detect ,prevent and curtail politically motivated crime
B.Provide timely intelligence and put in place preventive measures against terrorism and
Responsible Officer:
Objectives:
Project Profile
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Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
Vote Function: I nternal security 1111
Project 0982 Strengthening of I nternal Security
Workplan Outputs for 2013/14 and 2014/15
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
Acquisition of Land by
Government
71 11 11
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
0
0
0
0
0
0
200,000
0
200,000
04 motor vehicles 04 motor vechicles Purchase of Motor
Vehicles and Other
Transport Equipment
-Enhanced mobility in
intelligence collection.
-Avert threats related to enemy
subversive actities.
75 11 11
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
663,031
0
663,031
533,010
0
533,010
482,641
0
482,641
assorted classified equipment. Assorted classified equipment
were procured.
Purchase of Specialised
Machinery & Equipment
-Enhanced intelligence
collection.
-Avert threats related to enemy
subversive actities.
77 11 11
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
159,000
0
159,000
147,833
0
147,833
169,390
0
169,390
GoU Development
External Financing
GRAND TOTAL
822,031
0
822,031
680,844
0
680,844
852,031
0
852,031
organised Crime.
C.Detect threats against vital Government Programmes and Projects.
A.Vehicles and other transport equipment.
B.Technical equipment and other capital purchases.
Outputs:
7/1/2014 6/30/2015 Start Date: Projected End Date:
Annual Workplan for 2014/15 - Outputs, Activities, Inputs and their Cost
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Acquisition of Land by Government 71 11 11
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
200,000
0
200,000
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
-Enhanced mobility in intelligence collection.
-Avert threats related to enemy subversive actities.
-Purchase of transport system.
Purchase of Motor Vehicles and Other Transport Equipment 75 11 11
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
482,641
0
482,641
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Vehicles (Quantity) 5.0 482,641
Purchase of Specialised Machinery & Equipment 77 11 11 Output:
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Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
a) To detect, prevent and curtail:
-Terrorism (local and International).
-Insurgency countrywide.
- Espionage and Foreign influence by adversaries and their proxies.
-Economic and social sabotage of Government programs.
-Challenges to regional initiatives and integration.
b) To boost operational effectiveness and efficiency by training and enhancing IT , transport ,
communication and technical collection capabilities.
C) To participate in Regional Initiatives.
Medium Term Plans
(i) Measures to improve Efficiency
Table V3.2: Past and Medum Term Key Vote Output I ndicators*
-Training and re-training,secure modern technical and communication equipment, and transport equipment.
Table V3.3: Key Unit Costs of Services Provided and Services Funded (Shs '000)
(ii) Vote Investment Plans
ISO's levels of funding are: FY 2014/15 Ushs.0.652bn., FY 2015/16 Ushs.0.720bn., FY 2016/17
Ushs.0.750bn.
* Excluding Taxes and Arrears
2016/17
2012/13
Outturn
Releases
Prel. Actual
Approved
Plan
2014/15 2015/16
MTEF Projections 2013/14
Vote Function Key Output
Indicators and Costs:
Vote: 001 Office of the President
Vote Function:1111 I nternal security
36.580 Vote Function Cost (UShs bn) 31.852 25.968 35.390
31.852 25.968 35.390 VF Cost Excluding Ext. Fin
Human intelligence collected Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes N/A
Staff trained Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes N/A
Technical intelligence collected Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes N/A
36.580 Cost of Vote Services (UShs Bn) 31.852 25.968 35.390
31.852 25.968 35.390
Actual
2012/13
Actual
2013/14
Planned
2013/14
Proposed
2014/15
Costing Assumptions and Reasons for
any Changes and Variations from Plan
Unit Cost
Description
Vote Function:1111 Internal security
N/A N/A
Vote Function: I nternal security 1111
Project 0982 Strengthening of I nternal Security
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
-Enhanced intelligence collection.
-Avert threats related to enemy subversive actities.
-Purchase of modern equipment.
-Information gathering.
-Information analysis.
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
169,390
0
169,390
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs: I nputs Quantity Cost
Equipment (Quality) 1.0 169,390
GoU Development
External Financing
GRAND TOTAL
852,031
0
852,031
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Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
(iii) Priority Vote Actions to Improve Sector Performance
-Training and re-training,secure modern technical and communication equipment, and transport equipment.
Table V3.6: Vote Actions to I mprove Sector Performance
V4: Proposed Budget Allocations for 2014/15 and the Medium Term
(i) The Total Budget over the Medium Term
Table V4.1: Past Outturns and Medium Term Projections by Vote Function*
ISO's levels of funding are: FY 2014/15 Ushs.31.85bn., FY 2015/16 Ushs.32.87bn., FY 2016/17
Ushs.38.89bn.
This section sets out the proposed vote budget allocations for 2014/15 and the medium term, including
major areas of expenditures and any notable changes in allocations.
(ii) The major expenditure allocations in the Vote for 2014/15
Information gathering,capital expenditure,utilities,rent, training, office stationery and salaries.
(iii) The major planned changes in resource allocations within the Vote for 2014/15
No major changes.
* Excluding Taxes and Arrears
Table V4.2: Key Changes in Vote Resource Allocation
Table V3.4: Allocations by Class of Output over the Medium Term
Table V3.5: Major Capital I nvestments (Outputs of class Capital Purchases over 0.5Billion)
2013/14 Planned Actions: 2014/15 Planned Actions: MT Strategy: 2013/14 Actual Actions:
Sector Outcome 2:
Internal security 11 11 Vote Function:
VF Performance Issue: -inadequate training requirements
Provide refresher training
courses for 100 members of
staff.
Provide refresher training
courses for members staff.
Re-training of staff Provided refresher training
courses for 75 members of
staff.
VF Performance Issue: -Modern technical and communication equipment
Acquire assorted classified
equipment.
Acquire assorted classified
equipment .
Have an efficient system on
technical and communication
equipment .
Acquire assorted classified
equipment.
VF Performance Issue: -Need for enhancement of the networking mechanism within and outside the country
debrief intelligence collection
net work .
De -brief the intelligence
collection net work
Have a wider and better
facilitated intelligence
collection network .
intelligence collection net
work was debriefed .
Sector Outcome 3:
Internal security 11 11 Vote Function:
VF Performance Issue: -Inadequate stock of modern technical /communication equipment
Procure and acquire assorted
technical and communition
equipment.
Procure and acquire assorted
technical and communition
equipment.
Acquire modern equipment Procured and acquired
assorted technical and
communition equipment.
2016/17
2012/13
Outturn
Releases
End Mar
Appr.
Budget
2014/15 2015/16
MTEF Budget Projections 2013/14
Vote: 001 Office of the President
42.286 31.852 35.390 25.968 36.580
1111 Internal security
Total for Vote:
42.286 31.852 35.390 25.968 36.580
Justification for proposed Changes
in Expenditure and Outputs
Changes in Budget Allocations and Outputs
in 2014/15 from 2013/14 Planned Levels:
2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17
(ii) % Vote Budget
Billion Uganda Shillings
(i) Allocation (Shs Bn)
2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17
31.2 35.9 36.1 38.7 98.0% 98.2% 97.9% 97.9% Consumption Expendture(Outputs Provided)
0.6 0.7 0.8 0.8 2.0% 1.8% 2.1% 2.1% Investment (Capital Purchases)
Grand Total 31.9 36.6 36.9 39.5 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0%
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Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
V5: Vote Cross-Cutting Policy and Other Budgetary I ssues
Table V4.3: 2013/14 and 2014/15 Budget Allocations by I tem
This section discusses how the vote's plans will address and respond to the cross-cutting policy, issues of
gender and equity; HIV/AIDS; and the Environment, and other budgetary issues such as Arrears and NTR..
(i) Cross-cutting Policy Issues
(a) Gender and Equity
GoU Ext. Fin Total GoU Ext. Fin Total Million Uganda Shillings
2013/14 Approved Budget 2014/15 Draft Estimates
Output Class: Outputs Provided 31,229.6 0.0 31,229.6 35,927.7 0.0 35,927.7
22,811.4 0.0 22,811.4 23,039.5 0.0 23,039.5 211101 General Staff Salaries
131.2 0.0 131.2 131.2 0.0 131.2 211103 Allowances
370.0 0.0 370.0 370.0 0.0 370.0 212201 Social Security Contributions
0.8 0.0 0.8 0.8 0.0 0.8 221001 Advertising and Public Relations
30.3 0.0 30.3 30.3 0.0 30.3 221003 Staff Training
6.1 0.0 6.1 6.1 0.0 6.1 221007 Books, Periodicals & Newspapers
139.3 0.0 139.3 139.3 0.0 139.3 221009 Welfare and Entertainment
11.1 0.0 11.1 11.1 0.0 11.1 221011 Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Bind
10.5 0.0 10.5 10.5 0.0 10.5 221012 Small Office Equipment
320.1 0.0 320.1 320.1 0.0 320.1 222001 Telecommunications
6.8 0.0 6.8 6.8 0.0 6.8 223001 Property Expenses
151.0 0.0 151.0 151.0 0.0 151.0 223003 Rent (Produced Assets) to private entities
271.0 0.0 271.0 271.0 0.0 271.0 223005 Electricity
48.0 0.0 48.0 48.0 0.0 48.0 223006 Water
30.0 0.0 30.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 224002 General Supply of Goods and Services
6,569.6 0.0 6,569.6 11,069.6 0.0 11,069.6 224003 Classified Expenditure
24.0 0.0 24.0 24.0 0.0 24.0 227001 Travel inland
18.0 0.0 18.0 18.0 0.0 18.0 227002 Travel abroad
60.0 0.0 60.0 60.0 0.0 60.0 227004 Fuel, Lubricants and Oils
220.3 0.0 220.3 220.3 0.0 220.3 228002 Maintenance - Vehicles
Output Class: Capital Purchases 822.0 0.0 822.0 852.0 0.0 852.0
483.0 0.0 483.0 482.6 0.0 482.6 231004 Transport equipment
139.0 0.0 139.0 169.4 0.0 169.4 231005 Machinery and equipment
0.0 0.0 0.0 200.0 0.0 200.0 312204 Taxes on Machinery, Furniture & Vehicles
200.0 0.0 200.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 312206 Gross Tax
Output Class: Arrears 0.0 0.0 0.0 7,240.9 0.0 7,240.9
0.0 0.0 0.0 600.0 0.0 600.0 321605 Domestic
0.0 0.0 0.0 6,640.9 0.0 6,640.9 321608 Pension arrears (Budgeting)
32,051.6 0.0 32,051.6 44,020.6 0.0 44,020.6 Grand Total:
Total Excluding Taxes and Arrears 31,851.6 0.0 31,851.6 36,579.8 0.0 36,579.8
Justification for proposed Changes
in Expenditure and Outputs
Changes in Budget Allocations and Outputs
in 2014/15 from 2013/14 Planned Levels:
Vote Function:1101 Internal security
01 Collection of Intelligence 1111 Output:
UShs Bn: 4.609
increased MTEF ceilings
Enhanced intelligence information collection leading to
prevention and curtailment of national security threats resulting
into peace and stability and investment confidence.
77 Purchase of Specialised Machinery & Equipment 1111 Output:
UShs Bn: 0.030
Relocation within items
Change in priority activities
To ensure equal opportunities for human capacity enhancements. Objective:
Incease in productivity.
Training and re-training.
Issue of Concern :
Proposed Intervensions
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Office of the President Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Office of the President
001
(b) HI V/AI DS
(c) Environment
(ii) Verrified Outstanding Arrears for the Vote
(iii) Non Tax Revenue Collections
They were incurred due to budgetary limitations.
There is no source of Non-Tax Revenue for the Vote.
Payee Payment Due Date Amount (UShs Bn)
Staff gratuity/leave arrears 7/1/2014 12.73
Domestic arrears 7/1/2014 2.50
Total: 15.230
0.01
Improved quality on intelligence reports.
Budget Allocations
Performance Indicators
UGX billion
To ensure equal opportunities during placements. Objective:
Capacity to handle operating stituations.
Training and retraining.
0.01
Staff motivation.
Issue of Concern :
Proposed Intervensions
Budget Allocations
Performance Indicators
UGX billion
To ensure recruitment based on regional balancing and gender. Objective:
Equity
Recruitment based on Regional balancing and gender.
0.01
Staff motivation.
Issue of Concern :
Proposed Intervensions
Budget Allocations
Performance Indicators
UGX billion
Objective: To encourage healthy environment.
Awareness.
Counselling and guidance.
0.06
Increased voluntary testing.
Issue of Concern :
Proposed Intervensions
Budget Allocations
Performance Indicators
UGX billion
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1601: Economic Policy Monitoring,Evaluation & I nspection
Program : Economic Affairs and Policy Development
CostCentre: Economic Affairs and Policy Devel
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
1510 KAHIGWA APOLO 2,321,856 U8 193,488 2,321,856 U8 193,488 0
1625 BUGEMBE MOSES 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1316 SSEGUYA GEORGE W 2,321,856 U8 193,488 2,321,856 U8 193,488 0
3483 RUBERNTWARI ERIC 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3075 KISEMBO ENID J 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
3212 TAIBU NOORAH SHAMIM 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
3434 LULE JOSEPH 0 U4 0 U4 0
3078 LUZIGE MARGARET 10,806,420 U3 900,535 10,806,420 U3 900,535 0
3452 KIRYA FAIZAL 9,846,672 U3 820,556 9,846,672 U3 820,556 0
3572 MOKI ABUBAKAR MUHAMMA 0 U1E 0 U1E 0
3233 OLUPOT TUKEI MICHEAL 18,850,980 U1SE 1,570,915 18,850,980 U1SE 1,570,915 0
3248 TUMUSIIME VICENT M 20,284,920 U1SE 1,690,410 20,284,920 U1SE 1,690,410 0
3398 NGABIRANO ISAIAH 3,000,000 NA 250,000 3,000,000 NA 250,000 0
Total Annual Salary (Ushs) for Program : Economic Affairs and Policy 80,871,000 80,871,000 0
Program : Manifesto I mplementation Unit
CostCentre: Manifesto I mplementation Unit
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1601: Economic Policy Monitoring,Evaluation & I nspection
Program : Manifesto I mplementation Unit
CostCentre: Manifesto I mplementation Unit
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
1665 NAMPA SHARON 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1685 LWANGA PATRICK 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3172 BAKOJJA RICHARD 24,300,000 U1SE 2,025,000 24,300,000 U1SE 2,025,000 0
3143 KAMUGIRA IBABAZA FRED 30,000,000 U1SE 2,500,000 30,000,000 U1SE 2,500,000 0
Total Annual Salary (Ushs) for Program : Manifesto Implementation Un 58,780,032 58,780,032 0
Vote Function 1602: Cabinet Support and Policy Development
Program : Cabinet Secretariat
CostCentre: Cabinet Secretariat
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
3578 KASUMBA STEPHEN ROBERT 26,460,000 UIE 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIE 2,205,000 0
1391 TABU DENIS 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3028 OCWIYO JAMES 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1691 MUGUBYA CHRISTOPHER 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1663 SSENTONGO GEOFREY 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3142 BESIGYE DENIS 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1602: Cabinet Support and Policy Development
Program : Cabinet Secretariat
CostCentre: Cabinet Secretariat
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
1630 OYAT ALEX 2,402,028 U8 200,169 2,402,028 U8 200,169 0
1477 TUSINGWIRE SAM 2,402,028 U8 200,169 2,402,028 U8 200,169 0
1310 TUMUSIIME GEORGE 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
0887 SEMPA SIMON 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1484 NAKIGANDA FLORENCE 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
3576 OKIROR JOHN STEPHEN 5,814,408 U5 484,534 5,814,408 U5 484,534 0
3473 KASAJJA PAUL F WILSON 7,080,000 U4 590,000 7,080,000 U4 590,000 0
3016 LWANIRA MAJORIE 7,910,088 U4 659,174 7,910,088 U4 659,174 0
3577 ODENY WILFRED 10,806,420 U3 900,535 10,806,420 U3 900,535 0
3133 SSEBAGALA S. UNIA 9,957,504 U3 829,792 9,957,504 U3 829,792 0
3580 MUBANGIZI AMOSI 10,806,420 U3 900,535 10,806,420 U3 900,535 0
1899 LAKIDI PATRICIA 10,782,672 U3 898,556 10,782,672 U3 898,556 0
1898 NSEREKO DOROTH 9,846,672 U3 820,556 9,846,672 U3 820,556 0
3194 MUSUMBA M F BEATRICE 13,482,012 U2 1,123,501 13,482,012 U2 1,123,501 0
2940 KIGUNDU B SARAH 0 U2 12,036,000 U2 1,003,000 12,036,000
1654 KAIMA GODFREY 12,036,000 U2 1,003,000 12,036,000 U2 1,003,000 0
3134 ATIM KENETH 12,036,000 U2 1,003,000 12,036,000 U2 1,003,000 0
1653 NAMUGAMBE BARBARA 12,036,000 U2 1,003,000 12,036,000 U2 1,003,000 0
2610 BUSULWA JUDITH 13,482,012 U2 1,123,501 13,482,012 U2 1,123,501 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1602: Cabinet Support and Policy Development
Program : Cabinet Secretariat
CostCentre: Cabinet Secretariat
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
1312 OPIO LUKONE 30,150,684 U1S 2,512,557 30,150,684 U1S 2,512,557 0
1611 BOONABANTU PRISCA 20,284,920 U1SE 1,690,410 20,284,920 U1SE 1,690,410 0
Total Annual Salary (Ushs) for Program : Cabinet Secretariat 235,695,996 247,731,996 12,036,000
Vote Function 1603: Government Mobilisation, Media and Awards
Program : Headquarters (Media Centre and RDCs)
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
3091 LULU JOHN ITIPA 18,214,044 UIE 1,517,837 18,214,044 UIE 1,517,837 0
0347 BEYUNGA FLORENCE 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0348 KIKOMEKO MWANAMWOIZA 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0350 ALUMA GODFREY 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3357 KIYIMBA KISAKA DOROTHY 31,200,000 UIP 2,600,000 31,200,000 UIP 2,600,000 0
3358 KAWUMA MARY (MRS) 31,200,000 UIP 2,600,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 -4,740,000
0369 LUBEGA WAGWA HAJJI 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3377 KIWANUKA MUSISI GODFREY 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1603: Government Mobilisation, Media and Awards
Program : Headquarters (Media Centre and RDCs)
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
0334 AACHILLA JOHN REX 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0383 BEWAYO NSUBUGA 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0307 BAMWINE FRED 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0377 AKWAI ANECHO MARY 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3313 BAGAYA EDITH C (PRINCES) 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 0
0333 BWEBALE GUME APOLLO 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0326 KASENGE JOHN F 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0398 LAMWAKA CATHERINE 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0309 AYUME ELIZABETH 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0172 BURIIKU PATRICK 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0302 KATO MATANDA HUSSEIN 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0278 KAWAMARA PATRICK 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0271 KANDOLE CLEMENT 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0251 KALIBA JEANE 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0239 BATINTI FRANCIS 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 0
0325 LUBOWA PAUL M 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0433 KIWANUKA KATENDE 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3319 BITUNGURAMYE JOHN W (Can 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 0
3120 BAMWANGA H STEVEN 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1603: Government Mobilisation, Media and Awards
Program : Headquarters (Media Centre and RDCs)
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
0216 ABINGWA JOHN 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0098 ASIIMWE MATHA(CAPT) 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0123 KASIBANTE DAUDA 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0155 ADIMA BETTY DRORUGA 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
2555 KIRUNDA KIVEJINJA 144,000,000 UIP 12,000,000 144,000,000 UIP 12,000,000 0
0415 ALUMA RASHUL 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0436 ASIIRE AUGUSTINE 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0400 BOMEERA N FABIAN 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3449 ABALO ONGOM LILLIAN 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 0
0432 ASIIMWE JACKSON 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0429 ANYAMA BEN 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0157 ARWATA JOSEPH P 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0421 ARIONG JOHN H 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0419 AKANY SUSAN 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0009 BARYEHUKI MARGRET 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 0
3417 BATAMBUZE MAJID 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0408 BANGU FRED A 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0405 KALUNGI ALI S 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3222 BISIKWA ROSE 14,093,244 UISE 1,174,437 14,093,244 UISE 1,174,437 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1603: Government Mobilisation, Media and Awards
Program : Headquarters (Media Centre and RDCs)
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
1503 AYUB JOSHUA 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1744 BABU ABDUL 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
0874 BABISIGAHO RICHARD 2,321,856 U8 193,488 2,321,856 U8 193,488 0
3293 AKOL TEDDY 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3484 MUHUMUZA SYNAB 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3353 KAMBONA ABIGABA DAVID 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3567 BAGUMA DANIEL 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3346 BARIGYE KATARYEBA JAMES 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3569 KALULE MUHAMMED 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3292 KIRIMUBANJA GODFREY 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3401 ALWAYO JESSICA 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
3273 ALOYO SUSAN O 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
3438 KAKUHIKIRE MALILYN 8,400,540 U4 700,045 8,400,540 U4 700,045 0
2382 LUNYIGO SAMUEL LWANGA ( 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 0
0214 BANANUKA SARAH 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3425 AKELLO AKORI BEATRICE 26,460,564 U1P 2,205,047 26,460,564 U1P 2,205,047 0
3426 BBALE DAVID 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0426 AJILONG B MODESTAR 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3431 AGABA ABAS 26,460,000 U1P 2,205,000 26,460,000 U1P 2,205,000 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1603: Government Mobilisation, Media and Awards
Program : Headquarters (Media Centre and RDCs)
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
3472 BUTAGIRA FRANCIS 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 0
3148 KASIRYE GWANGA (BRIG) 27,353,268 U1P 2,279,439 27,353,268 U1P 2,279,439 0
2504 ALIKER MARTIN 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 0
3080 SIMBWA DAVID(PRINCE) 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 0
2965 KATETEGIRWE B IGNATIUS 26,460,000 U1P 2,205,000 26,460,000 U1P 2,205,000 0
3424 KATEMBA RAUBEN 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3079 AKENY R JOHN(DR) 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 0
0416 AJIGA ABDUL 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3052 KATEGA KYAWE ALEX 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 0
2585 KIIZA ALI (MAJ GEN.) 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 0
2983 KWESIGA CHARLES(DR) 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 0
2936 BYAGAGAIRE SAMUEL 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 0
2952 KINTU MUSOKE 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 0
3123 ASIIMWE JACOB(Lt Col) 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 0
0329 KIRABIRA .KOBUSINGYE ROS 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3192 AKANDWANAHO CALEB(GEN) 31,200,000 U1P 2,600,000 31,200,000 U1P 2,600,000 0
3198 NAMIREMBE BITAMAZIRE GE 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 0
0287 KATAMBA M PHARES 26,460,000 U1P 2,205,000 26,460,000 U1P 2,205,000 0
0298 LULABA ISAAC 17,820,564 U1P 1,485,047 17,820,564 U1P 1,485,047 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1603: Government Mobilisation, Media and Awards
Program : Headquarters (Media Centre and RDCs)
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
0420 KIIZA TINKAMALIRWE EVELY 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3247 BARIHUTA ARSENE 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 0
3413 AYO MOLLY OBUA 26,460,000 U1P 2,205,000 26,460,000 U1P 2,205,000 0
0330 AKULLU EMILLY 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0349 AHEEBWA GIDEON 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0359 KAMWINE H CATHERINE 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3375 KARAZARWE WYCLIFF JOHN 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 0
3390 KIGYAGI ARIMPA JOHN 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 0
0393 AKULU EMILIA KINYERA 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0352 KIIZA OLIVER 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3409 AKELLO EBONG AGNES 26,460,000 U1P 2,205,000 26,460,000 U1P 2,205,000 0
3244 KAMUHANGIRE EPHRAIM(PR 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 0
3325 KASIIME JEROME 7,800,000 Off Scale (Pe 650,000 7,800,000 Off Scale 650,000 0
3159 EROP ANTHONY 7,800,000 Off Scale (Pe 650,000 7,800,000 Off Scale 650,000 0
3158 KITUNZI MOSES 18,000,000 Off Scale (Pe 1,500,000 18,000,000 Off Scale 1,500,000 0
3156 AKUMU MILDRED 24,000,000 Off Scale (Pe 2,000,000 24,000,000 Off Scale 2,000,000 0
3155 KIWANUKA SSUBI 18,000,000 Off Scale (Pe 1,500,000 18,000,000 Off Scale 1,500,000 0
3149 MUYAMA CAROLYNE 0 Off Scale (Pe 18,000,000 Off Scale 1,500,000 18,000,000
3161 KUTASHABE RUTH 18,000,000 Off Scale (Pe 1,500,000 18,000,000 Off Scale 1,500,000 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1603: Government Mobilisation, Media and Awards
Program : Headquarters (Media Centre and RDCs)
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
3215 KAMUGISHA OBED 7,800,000 Off Scale (Pe 650,000 7,800,000 Off Scale 650,000 0
3226 MUWONGE DAVID 0 Off Scale (Pe 7,800,000 Off Scale 650,000 7,800,000
3395 AMANDA JOSEPHA 7,800,000 Off Scale (Pe 650,000 7,800,000 Off Scale 650,000 0
3461 AILO ANGELLA 2,400,000 Off Scale (Pe 200,000 2,400,000 Off Scale 200,000 0
3160 BATANDA ROSETTE 7,800,000 Off Scale (Pe 650,000 7,800,000 Off Scale 650,000 0
3515 KATUNGI DENNIS 36,000,000 Off Scale (Pe 3,000,000 36,000,000 Off Scale 3,000,000 0
3396 NUWAMANYA RICHARD 7,800,000 Off Scale (Pe 650,000 7,800,000 Off Scale 650,000 0
Total Annual Salary (Ushs) for Program : Headquarters (Media Centre 2,383,434,216 2,404,494,216 21,060,000
Program : Presidential Awards Committee
CostCentre: Presidential Awards Committee
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
1326 NAMUSOKE GORETTE 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3202 ATUHIRE ENID 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3015 NAGAYI PROSCOVIA 6,385,920 U4 532,160 6,385,920 U4 532,160 0
1893 BUSINGE AMOOTI S .T 30,503,040 U1S 2,541,920 30,503,040 U1S 2,541,920 0
Total Annual Salary (Ushs) for Program : Presidential Awards Committ 41,117,016 41,117,016 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: CABI NET SECRETARI AT
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
3519 ARINAITWE MELLON 6,385,920 U4 532,160 6,385,920 U4 532,160 0
3240 ARINAITWE R ENID 10,804,008 U3 900,334 10,804,008 U3 900,334 0
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
0336 NANGOLI PAUL 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3342 HOLDERBAUM KLAUS .E.P 84,000,000 UIP 7,000,000 84,000,000 UIP 7,000,000 0
0338 DDUDU BAKER RICHARD(MAJ 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3338 WATUWA NTAAMA S 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 0
0344 RWAKIFARI PETER .K 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0223 GARYAHANDERE FEDDY 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0351 SENGOOBA SEKANDI S SAFIQ 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0356 NALYANYA HENRY F 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0357 GULUME RICHARD 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0358 KURWA KAMWANDU CHARLE 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3322 MULINDWA BIRIMUMASO (CA 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 0
3318 MBIRE THERESA KABAHITA 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
0361 NAMUMBYA SARAH 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0366 OKWIR SEMEI 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0345 NAPAJJA ANDREW KEEM 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0276 WALUGEMBE ARAMADHAN (L 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0226 NSEREKO DEO 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0243 MPIMBAZA HASHAKA SAMUE 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0260 MUBIRU CHARLES 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0265 TIGURIHWAYO PROTAZ BASH 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0267 KYOMUKAMA GEOFFREY 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0331 MUWANGUZI ALICE 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0269 OKOT LAPORO (CAPT.) 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0327 CHEPKURU SONGHOR 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0314 OJWE NAHAMAN 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0317 KUKA JANE FRANCIS 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0318 MALIRO GASTON J 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0321 ETONU BEN 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0322 MATOVU DAVID (MAJ) 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0382 BIKORWENDA IDAH 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3360 MUSHEMEZA ELIJAH(PROF) 31,200,000 UIP 2,600,000 31,200,000 UIP 2,600,000 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
2548 KAKOOZA MUTALE(MAJ) POL. 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 0
0368 ODONGO MILTON 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0437 SSERWANGA W TOM 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0439 EGUMBYE EDGAR S M 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0443 MUGISHA PETER 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0446 KABOYO DAVID 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
1034 MUHINDA RICHARD 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 0
0431 TUKAKIRIZA CALEB 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3674 KAKOOZA YAHAYA KASUMB 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0430 WATENYELI JOHN NABENDE 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3235 SIKUBWABO KYEYUNE 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 0
3199 KIZIGE MOSES 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 0
2950 WANGUSA TIMOTHY(PROF) 27,353,268 UIP 2,279,439 27,353,268 UIP 2,279,439 0
3115 HYUHA SAMALI DOROTHY 31,200,000 UIP 2,600,000 31,200,000 UIP 2,600,000 0
3076 MUKUMBI AMOS AMIS 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 0
3094 WABUDEYA BEATRICE(DR) 31,200,000 UIP 2,600,000 31,200,000 UIP 2,600,000 0
3582 OKWIR CHARLES RAY 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0409 WAZIKONYA M GIMEI 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3321 WEKESA WAMBOGA JOHN 27,353,268 UIP 2,279,439 27,353,268 UIP 2,279,439 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
0384 WABUDI EDWARD 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0387 MULUGA IMURAN 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0390 OPIO ALBINA 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0391 OGWANG ODYERO RICHARD 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0394 MBABAZI ADRIAN 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0434 MUKASA KITYO ZEPHANIA 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0401 MUHINDO PULKERIA K 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0374 DAMULIRA KYEYUNE 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0410 NABENDEH WAMOTO SIMON 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0413 OGAJO BARASA 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0422 MWANJE MICHEAL A 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0423 NYAKWERA MARY B 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0425 KABAYO GRACE 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0428 OWOR ODOI CHRISSY 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0399 TUMWESIGYE JOSEPHAT 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3607 NGOMPEK LINOS 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3600 OCAILAP FILBERT 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3601 ODONGO GEORGE STEPHEN 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3592 LUBEGA ABUBEKER KADDU 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
3603 KALEMBA CHRISTOPHER 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3604 TIGURAGARA MOTOJO SULA 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3615 SSEMPA DAVID 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3606 KOMAKECH WILLIAM 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3476 NAMARA DENNIS 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 0
3432 MUSUMBA ISAAC 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 0
3608 KACHIMETE SHABAN 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3609 NOWAGABA GUMA 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3610 WALUSIMBI JOE 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3611 ABURA SAM PIRIR 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3613 MODO DAVID LOMETO 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3605 KIGAI MOSES WAMOTO 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3593 NYAKAHUMA GODFREY 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3589 BISOBORWA PETER 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3590 KAWOOYA ISAAC 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3588 LOCAP PETER KEN 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3587 KYEYUNE SSENYONJO 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3586 SHILAKU JAMES 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3591 MUNUULO NASSER 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
3599 KABANDA ASHA AISHA 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0221 KABOGORWA SERWANO 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3598 SSEGAWA EBIL JIMMY NEHE 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3594 AKATUHEBWA ELIASTO 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3595 MUHANGI HERBERT 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3596 NANDINDA DARIUS 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3597 ASIIMWE STEPHEN 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3477 OKORI-MOE JANET 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 0
3602 NAKUMBI HENRY KAMYA 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3317 KIBENDE DORA MUCHOKORI 31,200,000 UIP 2,600,000 31,200,000 UIP 2,600,000 0
3468 TOMUSANGE JOSEPH 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 0
3584 DEBELE PETER 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0027 KAMARA BAYEEYE 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0110 KIGOZI KAWESA EMMANUEL 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0124 OKOTH NYALULU THOMAS 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0128 BWALATUM MICHEAL 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0152 ODUR JACK LUTANYWA 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3671 KASHAIJA ROBERT 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0159 MASEREKA MUTAHUNGA DA 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
0154 OPIRA SYLESTER 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0162 SSEGUYA ABAS WAGWA 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0163 SSENDABAGUZI GRACE 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0182 DOKA AHAMED 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3373 NSIBAMBI APOLLO (PROF) 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 27,485,460 UIP 2,290,455 0
0186 MWESIGYE K JAMES (CAPT.) 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
0199 EWAI GEORGE 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3616 OROCHI MARTIN 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3621 TURYAMUBONA WILLY 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3619 LUNGAJUL JUSTINE OLOYA 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3585 MACHO GEOFFREY 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3618 AKALU JILIAN 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3617 ABAK ROBERT 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3620 ONYA EDWARD AKONAPESA 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3407 OKWAKAU JOSEPH 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3406 MBEIZA MARGARET 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3403 OKETTA SANTA 27,121,680 UIP 2,260,140 27,121,680 UIP 2,260,140 0
3670 LOGIRO PETER NGOROK 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3414 KIDEGA NABINSON JAMES 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
3623 ADHOLA OTITI KENNEDY 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3622 MAGOMU MUBARAK 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
3405 NAMUYIMBA ABDALLAH 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0
1748 MITALA JOHN 39,616,464 UIS 3,301,372 39,616,464 UIS 3,301,372 0
1642 OKIRING JOHN 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1659 MUSAKUBAWO FRANCIS XVIE 2,321,856 U8 193,488 2,321,856 U8 193,488 0
1669 BUMBA SWAIBU 2,321,856 U8 193,488 2,321,856 U8 193,488 0
1671 KAMAHORO LILLIAN 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1674 KABATWIRE MICHEAL 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1668 ATUHAIRE FLORENCE 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1670 ATUGONZA RICHARD 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1667 OCHAN JACKSON 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1662 RIRI JOACHIN DRAMAYO 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1661 ACIO GRACE 2,942,652 U8 245,221 2,942,652 U8 245,221 0
1678 BUTIA YAFEST 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1637 MALANGA PASKAL 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1680 SEKAGGA LIVINGSTONE 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1631 ANGULU GEORGE 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1632 KAGODO SIMON 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
1633 OKURUT G S 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1635 CHEMUTAI HARRIET 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1646 AUMA SUSAN 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1636 KATO CHARLES 0 U8 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028
1655 IRAAR MOSES 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1638 LOKIRU BENEDICTO 2,321,856 U8 193,488 2,321,856 U8 193,488 0
1643 NAMUGWERE LYDIA 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1634 ACAYO NIGHT 2,321,856 U8 193,488 2,321,856 U8 193,488 0
1648 KABAROKORE WINNIE 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1649 AGELE JOHN 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1654 OBOTE PATRIC 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1624 NAKANWAGI JUSTINE 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1723 LUBA DAUGLAS 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1710 WABUYELE MABONGA. STEP 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1711 MUKIIBI T0NNY 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1713 OKELLO WALTER 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1715 TABU AHAMED 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1716 NATUKUNDA BRIGHT 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1722 EKWENY DANIEL 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
1721 KIYINGI MANISULU 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1705 KICONCO CATHERINE 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1725 NAMUSOLE FRED 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1726 ETONU NORAH AKELLO 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1727 OJULA TOHN FRANCIS 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1622 TUMWIJUKE FORTUNATE 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1250 ARIKO MARTIN 2,321,856 U8 193,488 2,321,856 U8 193,488 0
1728 KIVUMBI IVAN 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1719 MUSOKE TOM 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1697 WANYENZE SARAH 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1687 TUMUSHIME DENIS 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1688 KYOMYA ANDREW 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1689 ATUHURA JULIET 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1690 MUSEVENI EMMANUEL 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1692 GALUWA BETTY 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1693 KIWANUKA JAMES 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1708 MANGENI JACKSON 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1696 MIGERO ALI 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1707 WASALAINE AUGUSTINE 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
1700 NANTEZA HARRIET 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1701 KOIRE JOHN BOSCO 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1702 CHEBET MICHEAL 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1703 ATIMONG BETTY 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1704 CHANDIGA GEORGE 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1684 NGIRE MALVIN 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1695 SSEKANDI FRANCIS 2,321,856 U8 193,488 2,321,856 U8 193,488 0
1489 KIPANDA ABDU SSEMAKULA 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1278 KIZITO ROBERT 2,321,856 U8 193,488 2,321,856 U8 193,488 0
1452 KITANDWE LUTAAYA HAM 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1453 FRIDAY CATHERINE 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1465 KIPANDA ABDU S 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1466 LUGENDO JAMALI 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1404 GALIWANGO EXPERITO 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1488 KAKOOZA MUHAMED 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1369 MIREMBE HARRIET 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1494 SEMAKULA FRED 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1496 ATIM ALISON 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1498 NAKANDI AGATHA C 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
1499 SSENTONGO JOSEPH 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1500 NANSIKOMBI MARIAM 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1505 KHAINZA SARAH M 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1475 MALE MUSA 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1300 KASULE JOHN 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1729 KAGGWA HARUNA K 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
0756 EBUK CONSTATINE 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1097 GYAGENDA SAMUEL 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1113 EBOTIAT FRANCIS 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1275 WASSWA MULINDA NOAH 2,134,164 U8 177,847 2,134,164 U8 177,847 0
1420 SEBULIBA DISSAN 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1298 SEKAJJA CHARLES 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1517 BIRUNGI GORETTEE 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1303 EPECU EDWARD 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1327 BUSULWA BEATRICE 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1330 NANYONDO JANE 2,321,856 U8 193,488 2,321,856 U8 193,488 0
1331 SSERUNKUMA MOSES 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1345 NABUSHUWU JENNIFER 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1357 KINTU STEVEN 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
1295 WESAMOYO ROBERT 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1605 NAMATA JULIET 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1593 WANIALA MICHEAL 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1595 SIBIHWA GUNDI ZEPHANIAH 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1597 KANTALAMA OLIVER 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1598 LAMUNU SANTA DOREEN 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1599 ANIRWOTH BETTY 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1507 MUSOKE EMMANUEL 2,410,872 U8 200,906 2,410,872 U8 200,906 0
1603 ISABIRYE PATRIC 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1580 OGOOLA PAUL 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1606 NAGWERE ROBERT 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1607 MWANDHUZI ROGERS 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1610 KYAMBADDE STEVEN 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1616 DUKUZE GERTRUDE 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1617 MAIMUNA FARAJ 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1618 IWOKIT MICHAEL 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1601 KIWANUKA ERIC 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1545 BIKOTO O. ZEPHEX 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1620 BAMUSWABIRE WILBERFORC 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
1522 NABUKENYA SARAH 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1523 AYEBARE ROSETTE 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1525 AHIMBISIBWE MIDRETH 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1526 ZIWA ROBERT 2,321,856 U8 193,488 2,321,856 U8 193,488 0
1527 KINTU GOGFREY D 2,402,004 U8 200,167 2,402,004 U8 200,167 0
1591 KAZARWA BATHOLOMEN 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1539 KYOMA JOHNSON 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1586 OKECHA LOUIS 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1553 WAKO. M. FREDRICK 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1564 MUSIBA CHRISTOPHER 2,402,004 U8 200,167 2,402,004 U8 200,167 0
1566 NAMBI SARAH 3,602,004 U8 300,167 3,602,004 U8 300,167 0
1571 OTHIENO JOHN O 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1577 MATEEGA GODFREY 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
1514 ARACH LILLY 2,321,856 U8 193,488 2,321,856 U8 193,488 0
1533 SENABULYA ISMAIL 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3534 OGWAL DENIS 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3547 KYATEREKERA JUSTINE 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3506 WAMALA MUTEGAYA GODFR 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3507 WASSWA KITATTA KIBIRANG 4,226,028 U8 352,169 4,226,028 U8 352,169 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
3508 MUKANYA AZIIZ 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3509 NSAMBA STANLEY 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3302 OTTO PETER 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3517 ODONGO GASPER 2,154,048 U8 179,504 2,154,048 U8 179,504 0
3527 SONO IRENE 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3303 MUHUMUZA RICHARD BAKEE 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3528 DHIKUSOKA BARBRA KUTUS 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3529 KIIZA MARGRET 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3530 OKOLONGO JUNIOR 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3531 AKELLO SUSASN OKEMA 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3505 MUSIWA WILSON 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3540 SISYE EPHRAIM 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3499 GIDUDU YAHAYA 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3545 NALUNKUUMA WINNIE 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3492 ASIIMWE JOHN 2,112,000 U8 176,000 2,112,000 U8 176,000 0
3305 NAKAFEERO JUSTINE 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3543 OJOK DAVID 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3532 NAKALYANGO VIOLET 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3541 OTIM THOMAS 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
3533 KASUMBATA JUSTINE 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3304 KABEYA JOSEPH 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3539 NABONGO JULIET MARY 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3537 ARYEMO BETTY 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3536 KOBUTUNGI EVALYN 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3535 NAMATA JANE 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3462 MULWANA RICHARD 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3542 TABANGANISA CHRISPAS 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3297 KATUNGI ABEL 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3491 ONYANGO HERBERT 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3490 ODONGO PATRICK 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3489 DDEMBE FREDRICK 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3488 SSEMPA GEORGE 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3487 MAMUDU MUSA 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3486 TIBAINGANA ISMAIL 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3493 ISANKA MATIA 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3291 ERIENYU EMMANUEL L 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3494 KYALIGONZA MICHAEL 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3495 MUJUNI NELSON RWAMAHE 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
3497 KAGENDA A STEPHEN 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3498 MUGALLA SIMON HILLARY 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3294 NAKAYENGA AGNES 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3301 NAKASANGO ZAKIA 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3479 MUKWAYA MOSES 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3504 MWIINE AGGREY 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3300 ODOK PETER OCAYA 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3299 WASSWA CHRIZESTOM 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3503 LUKWAGO GODFREY 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3502 KISUULE PATRICK 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3485 MATSIKO JULIUS 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3500 ONEN CHRISTOPHER 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3295 MUGUME ELIAB 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3298 TIBAKUNIRWA ANNET 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3480 NABAASA JOHN MARK 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3481 UDONGI CHARLES 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3354 ACANGA TONNY 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3482 MAKUMBI WILLIAMS 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3546 NALUBEGA JOANITA 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
3501 BWAMBALE NELSON 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3568 OKOTH JAMES PAUL 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3368 OJAMA DENIS 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3571 WATAKO GODFREY .S 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3350 BYARUHANGA FRANCIS 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1965 KAGABANE ESTHER 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
3366 OKUMU GODFREY 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3352 TUMUHIMBISE NELSON 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3570 MUGISHA CHRISTOPHER 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1892 ADHIAMBO GILLIAN 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3348 ABURA THOMS 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3566 KOBURABE CYRIL 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3565 OMARA PATRICK 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3544 NYEMERA SUSAN 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3367 ONYANGO PATRICK 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3548 APINY CHRISTINE 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3349 KIZZA VICENT 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1745 MEEME MARIA A. 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1731 MENYA RICHARD 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
1733 ATWIJUKIRE MOSES 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1735 TINDYEBWA RONALD 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1737 KISEKA JOHN B 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1738 KIYINGI PAUL 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3351 DHIKUSOKA PETER 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1741 MUHANGI AMOS 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3562 KOMAKECH BONNY WILFRED 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3355 BECKHA RICHARD 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3361 MUGISA RONALD 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3362 KASOMA KARIM 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3364 WAMWA GODFREY 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3575 MAGWARA UZIYA BAGHENI 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3574 OYET PAUL 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1739 CHEBET T CASSIM 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3554 NYOKOS MOSES 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3549 KYOMUHANGI EVAT 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3550 BOGERE LUKWAGO 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3551 NATUHWERA SYLVIA 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3306 MUTAGAYA AMINAH 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
3552 ABER COLLINE DOROTH 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3307 NAKAJIGO ADIJA 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3347 SSEBUUMA BASHIR 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3553 KIGONGO FRANCIS 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
1730 NANGULU PATRICK 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3555 TUKAMUSHABA ODETH 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3556 SENYANGE JOHN 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3324 MUGYENYI GARASIANO 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
3558 MUGENYI PAUL 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3369 KATO DANIEL 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3559 OSINDE DAVID KETTA 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3560 MUKAMA FRANK 2,112,000 U8 176,000 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,028
3326 OLET JIMMY 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3370 HASHAKA MOSES 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3561 MBANGIRA VICENT 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3328 BAFUNZE IVAN 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
3557 SEKADDE FRED 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 U8 176,169 0
3327 OKOT JOSEPH 2,366,004 U8 197,167 2,366,004 U8 197,167 0
3402 MALIKO SCOVIA 3,217,548 U7 268,129 3,217,548 U7 268,129 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
3280 NABUUMA RESTY 3,217,548 U7 268,129 3,217,548 U7 268,129 0
3281 KUSIIMA VIOLET H 3,217,548 U7 268,129 3,217,548 U7 268,129 0
3394 NAMBI SARAH 3,217,548 U7 268,129 3,217,548 U7 268,129 0
3285 ADOKORACH PAULA 3,217,548 U7 268,129 3,217,548 U7 268,129 0
3309 OCII MERCY GRACE 3,217,548 U7 268,129 3,217,548 U7 268,129 0
3392 AUMA SYLVIA 3,217,548 U7 268,129 3,217,548 U7 268,129 0
3308 NABIBUGGA HADIJJA 3,217,548 U7 268,129 3,217,548 U7 268,129 0
3391 NANKWANGA JULIET 3,217,548 U7 268,129 3,217,548 U7 268,129 0
3387 MUZAKI RACHEAL 3,217,548 U7 268,129 3,217,548 U7 268,129 0
3384 NANSAMBA SHADIAH 4,605,120 U7 383,760 4,605,120 U7 383,760 0
3315 WATHUM JOICE 4,605,120 U7 383,760 4,605,120 U7 383,760 0
3286 NAIRUBA JACKLINE 3,217,548 U7 268,129 3,217,548 U7 268,129 0
2773 NAMAJJA ANNE M 2,942,652 U7 245,221 2,942,652 U7 245,221 0
1673 TUKAHIRWA JUDITH 3,269,772 U7 272,481 3,269,772 U7 272,481 0
3277 AINOMUGISHA ADRINE 3,217,548 U7 268,129 3,217,548 U7 268,129 0
3262 NAMBOZO JUSTINE M 3,217,548 U7 268,129 3,217,548 U7 268,129 0
3241 MWEMEKE PAUL 3,841,824 U7 320,152 3,841,824 U7 320,152 0
2994 ANYWAR OTIM 3,841,824 U7 320,152 3,841,824 U7 320,152 0
3048 TUMUSHABE CONSTANTE. KA 3,390,960 U7 282,580 3,390,960 U7 282,580 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
3264 NAGUDI AIDAH N 3,217,548 U7 268,129 3,217,548 U7 268,129 0
1647 AHIMBISIBWE CHRISTINE 3,217,548 U7 268,129 3,217,548 U7 268,129 0
2569 KAYONDO BC 3,531,888 U7 294,324 3,531,888 U7 294,324 0
3027 BOONABAANA HARRIET 3,217,548 U7 268,129 3,217,548 U7 268,129 0
1543 TUMUBWEINE ALLEN 3,269,772 U7 272,481 3,269,772 U7 272,481 0
3042 NAKAZI EVA 3,217,548 U7 268,129 3,217,548 U7 268,129 0
3113 OSERE NELSON 3,841,824 U7 320,152 3,841,824 U7 320,152 0
1900 NYAKAISIKI ALICE 3,756,804 U7 313,067 3,756,804 U7 313,067 0
3245 ONIM JENNIFER 4,031,784 U6 335,982 4,031,784 U6 335,982 0
2954 NANKINGA HARRIET 4,105,680 U6 342,140 4,105,680 U6 342,140 0
3237 MUGISHA PATIENCE KARA 4,605,120 U6 383,760 4,605,120 U6 383,760 0
2517 ANGOM MARY 4,497,960 U6 374,830 4,497,960 U6 374,830 0
2995 OPIO PATRIC 5,094,780 U5 424,565 5,094,780 U5 424,565 0
3399 NALUWOOZA OLIVER 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
3573 MUHUMUZA BEATRICE 5,802,396 U5 483,533 5,802,396 U5 483,533 0
3239 IPERU JOYCE 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
2121 ADOME CHARLES 5,706,960 U5 475,580 5,706,960 U5 475,580 0
3037 TINDIWEGI CHRISTINE 4,919,616 U5 409,968 4,919,616 U5 409,968 0
2489 MUSOKE ROBINAH EDITH 5,094,780 U5 424,565 5,094,780 U5 424,565 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
3024 KOMUKAMA ANABELLE 5,094,780 U5 424,565 5,094,780 U5 424,565 0
1644 NASSUNA FARIDA 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
2933 MWAMBI JAMES 5,802,396 U5 483,533 5,802,396 U5 483,533 0
3310 NKAIJAGYE CLARE 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
3381 NAWENJA SOPHIA 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
3314 NAKIMULI WINFRED 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
3383 NABUNYA ANNETTE 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
2614 AMOLI MARGARET 5,013,228 U5 417,769 5,013,228 U5 417,769 0
2781 NAMBALIRWA IDAH 4,762,368 U5 396,864 4,762,368 U5 396,864 0
3382 OJARA KIRAMA STEPHEN 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
3340 SSENYONGA HARRIET 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
3331 AMPAIRE PRISCA 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
3329 AJOK CATHERINE OKELLO 8,745,120 U5 728,760 8,745,120 U5 728,760 0
3380 AMONG SUSAN 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
3564 KIA LOY 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
3256 MANGENI GRACE 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
3276 APINY A .MARGRET 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
3278 NAKATO JOSEPHINE 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
3279 KAYAGA FLORENCE 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
3275 NABIRYO JULIET 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
3272 TINO GLORIA 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
3271 NANSIKOMBI MONICA 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
3268 MISANYA REBECCA 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
3265 MUYONJO HARRIET 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
3283 NALULE WAMALA RUTH 6,621,120 U5 551,760 6,621,120 U5 551,760 0
3263 NAKANWAGI OLIVIA 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
3261 NABUTONO BETTY 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
3288 NANSUBUGA STELLAH 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
3100 NALUMENYA ROBINAH 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
3249 MUGARURA ROBERT 5,706,960 U5 475,580 5,706,960 U5 475,580 0
3455 MASAMBA AGGREY MAX 6,359,172 U5 529,931 6,359,172 U5 529,931 0
3344 KUNIHIRA DORAH 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
3400 APIO SANDRA LEAH 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
3229 AOL SARAH 4,605,120 U5 383,760 4,605,120 U5 383,760 0
3223 NAMAYANJA SUSAN 4,694,976 U5 391,248 4,694,976 U5 391,248 0
3678 ESONYU STEVEN EKADU 8,400,540 U4 700,045 8,400,540 U4 700,045 0
3657 ATUHAIRE HERBERT 7,440,000 U4 620,000 7,440,000 U4 620,000 0
3581 ATUHEIRE HERBERT 6,385,920 U4 532,160 6,385,920 U4 532,160 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
3188 MUWAYA DANIEL 8,481,420 U4 706,785 8,481,420 U4 706,785 0
1938 KAFEERO REHEMA 7,144,692 U4 595,391 7,144,692 U4 595,391 0
3195 MBABAZI CATHERINE 8,481,420 U4 706,785 8,481,420 U4 706,785 0
3219 MWESIGYE HENRY 8,481,420 U4 706,785 8,481,420 U4 706,785 0
3446 MATAAGA ALI SHABAN 8,481,420 U4 706,785 8,481,420 U4 706,785 0
3251 WASUKULU WOODO JIMMEX 8,285,244 U4 690,437 8,285,244 U4 690,437 0
3266 NAKITO K BETTY 7,144,692 U4 595,391 7,144,692 U4 595,391 0
3243 MASIKA GRACE 6,385,920 U4 532,160 6,385,920 U4 532,160 0
3227 KYAMANYWA AISHA 6,616,596 U4 551,383 6,616,596 U4 551,383 0
2907 KABAKYENGA K BETTY 6,621,156 U4 551,763 6,621,156 U4 551,763 0
3055 ATIM SOPHIA K 8,432,640 U4 702,720 8,432,640 U4 702,720 0
3238 BUSINGYE GLORIA 6,385,920 U4 532,160 6,385,920 U4 532,160 0
3250 ABER LILLIAN 7,144,692 U4 595,391 7,144,692 U4 595,391 0
2932 SSEMPA PATRICK 8,160,048 U4 680,004 8,160,048 U4 680,004 0
3389 BULEMUELAKAS JAMES 8,481,420 U4 706,785 8,481,420 U4 706,785 0
3464 MIIRO DIANAH 9,846,672 U3 820,556 9,846,672 U3 820,556 0
3475 NALWEYISO WALIYA MUWON 12,004,380 U3 1,000,365 12,004,380 U3 1,000,365 0
3677 NGABIRE ANNET 10,806,420 U3 900,535 10,806,420 U3 900,535 0
3242 JJEMBA OBIKA A MILLY 10,069,680 U3 839,140 10,069,680 U3 839,140 0
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Salary as per
Salary
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per payslip
Monthly
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payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
1842 WALANI EMMANUEL 9,846,672 U3 820,556 9,846,672 U3 820,556 0
1882 KAKUBA DENIS BEKUNDA 10,806,420 U3 900,535 10,806,420 U3 900,535 0
1909 MWEBEMBEZI REUBEN 10,806,420 U3 900,535 10,806,420 U3 900,535 0
3045 MUGALU GERTRUDE 10,806,420 U3 900,535 10,806,420 U3 900,535 0
3343 AACHA MARY ORIKIRIZA` 10,688,772 U3 890,731 10,688,772 U3 890,731 0
3124 MUKASA K DORAH 9,846,672 U3 820,556 9,846,672 U3 820,556 0
1784 MASAGAZI DEOGRATIUS 10,298,076 U3 858,173 10,298,076 U3 858,173 0
1820 ALENGA ROSE 13,482,012 U2 1,123,501 13,482,012 U2 1,123,501 0
1825 SSEREMBA GEOFREY 13,482,012 U2 1,123,501 13,482,012 U2 1,123,501 0
3132 MAYENGO JOHN M 16,480,944 U2 1,373,412 16,480,944 U2 1,373,412 0
3371 SSEKABEMBE RONALD KIBER 13,109,316 U2 1,092,443 13,109,316 U2 1,092,443 0
3437 MUYANJA PAUL 13,988,892 U2 1,165,741 13,988,892 U2 1,165,741 0
0955 TALISUNA ELIAB 13,988,892 U2 1,165,741 13,988,892 U2 1,165,741 0
2590 SEBALU N RUTH 13,988,892 U2 1,165,741 13,988,892 U2 1,165,741 0
2963 NADDULI DANIEL KIBALE 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 0
2953 NAKAYENGA RESTY K 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 0
2947 SSEDUNGA EDIRISA HAJJI 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 0
2937 NJUBA GERTRUDE N N (CAPT) 27,353,268 U1P 2,279,439 27,353,268 U1P 2,279,439 0
2917 KAGIMBA JESSE(DR) 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 0
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Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
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District : Kampala
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Salary
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per payslip
Monthly
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payslip
Staff Names Annual
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Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
2578 MUHINDO CHRISTINE 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 0
2546 NAGENDA JOHN 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 0
2996 SEKYEWA MARGRET NAKIDD 26,790,840 U1P 2,232,570 26,790,840 U1P 2,232,570 0
2513 OTIM JOHN J 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 0
2503 OMARI ANUNA 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 0
3140 MWIJAKUBI GODFREY 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 0
3612 BWABYE RICHARD 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3614 KEMIGISHA JACKIE KIIZA 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
2549 SABILA SALIMO 26,790,840 U1P 2,232,570 26,790,840 U1P 2,232,570 0
3084 MULONDO BESWERI(PRINCE) 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 0
3121 NUWAGABA YEKOYADA 27,353,268 U1P 2,279,439 27,353,268 U1P 2,279,439 0
3118 SEBUNYA ROBERT 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 0
3125 MASABA JOSHUA (MAJ. GEN) 27,353,268 U1P 2,279,439 27,353,268 U1P 2,279,439 0
3108 MWEBESA FRANCIS 27,353,268 U1P 2,279,439 27,353,268 U1P 2,279,439 0
3107 RWIGEMERA HENRY (LT) 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 0
3105 MACPIO LEVI OKODI 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 0
3104 OKULUMA STEPHEN 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 0
2966 MUGUME JORAM (MAJ GEN) 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 0
3092 TEZIKUBA SAJJABI 27,353,268 U1P 2,279,439 27,353,268 U1P 2,279,439 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
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Salary
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per payslip
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payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
3007 MAYANJA MOHAMMED S 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 0
3083 MAKAARU YOWASI 27,353,268 U1P 2,279,439 27,353,268 U1P 2,279,439 0
3082 TIBAMANYA M-MUSHANGA(P 27,353,268 U1P 2,279,439 27,353,268 U1P 2,279,439 0
3066 NALIMA BETTY 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 0
3065 ZIZINGA OLIVE(CAPT.) 27,353,268 U1P 2,279,439 27,353,268 U1P 2,279,439 0
3126 SENDAULA GERALD 31,200,000 U1P 2,600,000 31,200,000 U1P 2,600,000 0
3624 TOKO SHUAIB 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
2985 MAKUMBI JAMES G S (DR)(BR 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 0
3098 NYOMBI PETERSON .N. 27,353,268 U1P 2,279,439 27,353,268 U1P 2,279,439 0
3661 MUGABE YUNUS 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3649 MWEBESA MOSES 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3650 LUTUKUMOI MWAKA EMMA 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3651 CAROLYNE NANSHEMEZA 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3652 SEKASAMBA JOSEPH 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3653 BAHEBWA LONGINO 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3654 NAMAKANDA PAMELA WAT 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3656 AHARIKUNDIRA AFRICANO 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3658 PULKOL HELLEN 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3626 TABAARO RICHARD 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
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Salary
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per payslip
Monthly
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payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
3660 NAKAWESI LILIAN 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3646 MUCUNGUZI GEOFREY 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3662 ANGELLA FRED 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3663 NAYEBARE KYAMUZIGYITA F 14,796,684 U1P 1,233,057 14,796,684 U1P 1,233,057 0
3664 BATEGANA BAKALE SADIQ 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3665 NZEIRWE DENIS NDYOMUGY 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3666 BAGUMA HENRY 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3667 OMARA WILLIAMS 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3668 EKOOM STEPHEN JOHN 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3669 MUSOKE JAMES 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3673 SSENKUNGO LULE 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3659 OBEDI COLLINS OMACH 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3637 KUMAKECH SALIM 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0335 NAMIJUMBI N TAKIA HAJJATI 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3627 BABIRYE MILLY DOKA 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3170 OSINDE WANGWOR 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 0
3628 DUMBA MOSES 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3629 AWANY ANDREW 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3630 MWESIGYE AMBROSE 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
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District : Kampala
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Salary
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per payslip
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payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
3631 BYABASAIJA ROSEMARY 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3633 SAKWA ERIC JOSEPH 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3634 TURYATUNGA DIAMOND 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3648 MUGANGA DAN TURYAHABW 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3636 KAMUGISHA VICENT 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3647 ADYANGO RACHEL FRANCE 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3638 NABUKENYA DEBORAH MER 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3639 KITAMBULA HENRY 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3640 KAJIK ALLAN 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3641 EMMY KATEERA TURYABAGY 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3642 NDYANA RICHARDS 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3643 MUTEMO ROBERT 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3644 ELAKAS WALTER OKIRING 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3645 NGABIRANO BAKIHAHOKI 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3625 NUWAGABA ELIAS 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3635 NUWAGABA MOSES 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3416 KULE MURANGA 26,460,000 U1P 2,205,000 26,460,000 U1P 2,205,000 0
3167 KAZIBWE GODFREY 27,353,268 U1P 2,279,439 27,353,268 U1P 2,279,439 0
0385 ONORIA AMBROSE 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
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Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
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Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
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payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
0386 RUBERANTWARE BEN 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0389 MITALA EMMY 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0392 NAKITYO MIRIAM KATEREGA 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0396 BIRUNGI ROSE 19,728,564 U1P 1,644,047 19,728,564 U1P 1,644,047 0
3404 NAHORI OYAA 26,460,000 U1P 2,205,000 26,460,000 U1P 2,205,000 0
3408 MUJUZI PIUS 26,460,000 U1P 2,205,000 26,460,000 U1P 2,205,000 0
0378 MADOI ELIJAH 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3415 KABONESA SEKITOLEKO K.JU 26,460,000 U1P 2,205,000 26,460,000 U1P 2,205,000 0
3388 OJUR FRANCO 31,200,000 U1P 2,600,000 31,200,000 U1P 2,600,000 0
3418 SSENTONGO HERMAN 26,460,000 U1P 2,205,000 26,460,000 U1P 2,205,000 0
3419 MUGENYI JAMES 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3420 ERAYU MOSES MATHEW 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3421 KIBOWA FARIDA 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3422 NAMUGANZA PERSIS (PRINCE 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3427 NAKAMYA HARRIET 21,600,564 U1P 1,800,047 21,600,564 U1P 1,800,047 0
3429 NAMAGOGWE HAJIRA 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3430 MUGABI MARTIN 26,460,564 U1P 2,205,047 26,460,564 U1P 2,205,047 0
0402 KYEYUNE HUSSEIN LUKYAM 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3410 KYEYUNE IAN 26,460,000 U1P 2,205,000 26,460,000 U1P 2,205,000 0
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Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
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District : Kampala
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Salary
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per payslip
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payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
0340 RWAKISHUMBA JUDITH K 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0299 KAFUNIZA EMMANUEL 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 0
0300 KAYONDO MULOWOZA D (LT 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0304 MUGABI KEITH T 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0306 JUUKO KASIITA APOLLO 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0319 KAGUTA AYEBAZIBWE DAN 26,460,000 U1P 2,205,000 26,460,000 U1P 2,205,000 0
0237 MAUMBE BETTY KAKAI 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0235 KEMERWA ALINEMARY K. 26,460,000 U1P 2,205,000 26,460,000 U1P 2,205,000 0
1776 RWAKASISI CHRIS 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 0
0381 SSEKABITO KITAYIMBWA JOS 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0205 MUWONGE ZAINA 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0403 MUHINDO BAZARWA A 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3376 SSEMAKULA SETUBA VINCEN 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 0
3378 NAMUKABYA NASSOLO BEAT 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 0
0353 SEKINDI AISHA 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0354 KIZITO JOSEPHINE 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0360 BIRYABAREMA ELIJAH 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0365 KABUYE NUWAGABA NICKSO 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0367 SEMAKULA BETTY MUKASA 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
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Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
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Salary as per
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per payslip
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payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
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Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
0125 MBABAZI DEBORAH 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0375 KADDU JOHN (CAPT) 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0337 OPIO BOB STANLEY 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3197 KAZIBWE SPECIOZA WANDIR 31,200,000 U1P 2,600,000 31,200,000 U1P 2,600,000 0
3255 RUGUMAYO EDWARD B(PROF 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 0
3253 TWINE WINNIE 27,353,268 U1P 2,279,439 27,353,268 U1P 2,279,439 0
3433 TIBEESIGWA. W.G(B. DR) 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 0
3236 TWEBAZE JENNIFER MUSOKE 27,353,268 U1P 2,279,439 27,353,268 U1P 2,279,439 0
3232 WEGULO BADRU 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 0
3231 OCEN LAWRENCE L 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 0
0445 WERE YAHAYA 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3207 NAMBALE SICHON(MAJ.) 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 0
3254 KAYONGO NKAJJA H .G 27,353,268 U1P 2,279,439 27,353,268 U1P 2,279,439 0
3510 NTEGE SEBAGGALA NASSER 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 0
3512 RWAKAKAMBA MORRISON 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 27,121,680 U1P 2,260,140 0
3513 OLENY OJOK CHARLES 26,790,840 U1P 2,232,570 26,790,840 U1P 2,232,570 0
3514 GYEZAHO EMMANUEL 26,790,840 U1P 2,232,570 26,790,840 U1P 2,232,570 0
3193 SURUMA EZRA(DR) 31,200,000 U1P 2,600,000 31,200,000 U1P 2,600,000 0
3191 MULIRA MUKASA HAM 31,200,000 U1P 2,600,000 31,200,000 U1P 2,600,000 0
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Salary
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per payslip
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payslip
Staff Names Annual
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Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
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Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
0283 ISINGOMA WILSON 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3211 KAYONGO TOM 27,253,980 U1P 2,271,165 27,253,980 U1P 2,271,165 0
0435 OSOTTO OPIO JOSEPH 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0442 MBETEGYERIZE GODFREY 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
3474 LYAVALASIRAGI SAMANYA 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 0
3471 MUKIIBI IBRAHIM 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 27,485,460 U1P 2,290,455 0
0414 WAFULA OGUMBO JOHN 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0412 KIZUBO STEPHEN 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0424 KISEMBO ARAARI SAMUEL 20,724,564 U1P 1,727,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 -5,928,000
0417 MBABAZI TEOPISTA K 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0438 MBABAZI JUSTINE 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0406 TIBASIIMWA DOMINIC 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0440 OMUUT JOHN R O. 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0404 RUBANDA B MEDDIE0 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0411 SEBYALA BADRU 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0441 ORYEMA BERNARD 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
0418 MUSOBO JAMES 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 14,796,564 U1P 1,233,047 0
1921 KATURAMU DEBORAH 30,150,684 U1S 2,512,557 30,150,684 U1P 2,512,557 0
1419 KAKANDE YUNUS 20,284,920 U1SE 1,690,410 20,284,920 U1SE 1,690,410 0
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
3225 ODAUK M. PAUL 18,214,044 U1SE 1,517,837 18,214,044 U1SE 1,517,837 0
3230 MASIKO HERY N (LT COL.) 27,378,600 U1SE 2,281,550 27,378,600 U1SE 2,281,550 0
3516 OMODING ISAAC 0 Off Scale (Pe 0 Off scale 0
3150 WERE EMMA BELINDA 18,000,000 Off Scale (Pe 1,500,000 18,000,000 Off scale 1,500,000 0
3157 SERUGA .M. CHARLES 0 Off Scale (Pe 18,000,000 Off scale 1,500,000 18,000,000
3221 OFWONO OPONDO P'ODEL 0 Off Scale (Pe 42,000,000 Off scale 3,500,000 42,000,000
3071 SEMAKULA DANIEL 0 Off Scale (Pe 0 Off scale 0
3258 NANTEZA SARAH 7,800,000 Off Scale (Pe 650,000 7,800,000 Off scale 650,000 0
3397 RWANYEKIRO ISAIAH 7,800,000 Off Scale (Pe 650,000 7,800,000 Off scale 650,000 0
3478 ONGUTI DAVID 3,000,000 NA 250,000 3,000,000 NA 250,000 0
3459 DDIMBA KASSIMU 0 NA 3,000,000 NA 250,000 3,000,000
3209 YAWE PAUL SSALONGO 3,000,000 NA 250,000 3,000,000 NA 250,000 0
Total Annual Salary (Ushs) for Program : Headquarters 8,018,922,504 8,078,110,560 59,188,056
Program :
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
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Office of the President Vote 001 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1649: Policy, Planning and Support Services
Program :
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
0315 ABIRIGA IBRAHIM (MAJ.) 26,460,000 UIP 2,205,000 0 -26,460,000
Total Annual Salary (Ushs) for Program : 26,460,000 0 -26,460,000
Total Annual Salary (Ushs) for : Office of the President ############## 10,911,104,820 65,824,056
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State House Vote:
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002
The chart below shows total funding allocations to the Vote by Vote Function over the medium term:
Table V1.1: Overview of Vote Expenditures (UShs Billion)
(ii) Summary of Past Performance and Medium Term Budget Allocations
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V1: Vote Overview
To provide, at all times, support to The Presidency, in order to facilitate effective and efficient
performance of its constitutional and administrative responsibilities, and to cater for the welfare and
security of H.E. The President, The Vice President and their immediate families.
(i) Vote Mission Statement
Wage
Non Wage
GoU
Ext. Fin
GoU Total
Total GoU + Ext Fin (MTEF)
Development
Recurrent
Taxes 3.000 3.000 0.550 1.759
Total Budget 205.233 202.900 167.264 252.036
(ii) Arrears
and Taxes
Arrears 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.434 N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A N/A
(i) Excluding Arrears, Taxes
12.883 6.993 6.129 5.146 10.578 10.736
212.121 193.615 182.976 155.167 222.340 203.963
46.508 1.625 10.795 6.401 16.925 44.719
0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
271.512 202.233 199.900 166.714 249.843 259.418
271.512 202.233 199.900 166.714 249.843 259.418
2016/17
2012/13
Outturn
Rel. by
End Mar
Approved
Budget
2014/15 2015/16
MTEF Budget Projections 2013/14
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V2: Vote Performance for FY 2013/14 and Planned Outputs for FY 2014/15
(i) Past Vote Outputs
This section describes past vote performance and planned Outputs, in terms of key vote outputs
State House provided support and facilitation to the Presidency that enabled it to effectively execute its
constitutional and administrative obligations. The vote;
-Provided financial, human and logistical resources to adequately cater for the programmes, welfare and
security of the Presidency
- Maintained Entebbe State House, Nakasero & other upcountry state lodges
- Renovated some offices and
- Procured some specialised and support vehicles
- Procured Office & Security Equipment
- Procured Office and Residential Furniture
The Presidency has registered achievements in the areas of: investment, trade and tourism promotion,
mobilisation of masses towards poverty reduction, promotion of international relations and regional
integration, upheld peace initiatives and national security.
- Under poverty reduction, H.E. the President
* mobilised for Prosperity for All in a number of districts and assisted various farmers to improve on
their household incomes by way of giving them agricultural inputs and equipment, notable among whom
were NRA/NRM war veterans in various parts of the country. A number of farmers and SACCOs were
facilitated with both agricultural inputs and start-up capital.
* hosted delegations of leaders, elders, women and youth from various districts to discuss developmental
issues
- As Chairman of East African Community and Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa, HE the
President promoted regional integration, promoted EAC activities, and boosted trade relations by attending
and hosting a number of meetings within the region.
As chairman of the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region, H.E. the President promoted
peace initiatives in the region by chairing a number of meetings at various venues in the region and
overseas.
- Promoted trade and investment, attended international meetings, mobilised international investors, met
various trade delegations and commissioned a number of investments.
- Participated in community outreach programmes by attending various community functions and
supporting the needy by way of donations.
* 20 tractors were procured and distributed to various groups across the country to help them increase
production.
* School fees for sponsored students were paid
The Health Monitoring unit monitored the health sector to check the efficiency and effectiveness of
Medicines and Health Services delivery. In total, 6 hospitals and 208 health centres were inspected. The
Roads Monitoring Unit evaluated works on Mukono-Jinja, Tororo-Mbale-Soroti, Hoima-Kaiso tonya,
Preliminary 2013/14 Performance
(iii) Vote Outcomes and Outcome Indicators
The table below sets out the vote outcomes and outcome indicators
Table V1.3: Vote Outcomes and Outcome I ndicators
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Table V2.1: Past and 2014/15 Planned Key Vote Outputs
Entebbe Expressway, Gulu-Atiak-Nimule highways and on road in Karamoja sub-region. The NAADS
Monitoring Unit monitored service delivery in 28 subcounties in the districts of Hoima, Buikwe, Mubende,
Buliisa, Amuria, Butambala and Nakaseke
State House plans to do the following ;
- Ensure adequate provision of financial, human and logistical resources for the effective performance,
welfare and security of the Presidency
- Mobilise masses towards improved household incomes, poverty reduction and development
- Promote efforts towards East African economic integration and political federation
- Promote diplomacy and international relations
- Promote Trade and investment
- Engage in community outreach programmes and welfare activities
- Pay school fees for sponsored students
- Ensure proper maintenance of Entebbe State House, Nakasero & other upcountry state lodges
- Renovate Residential and Non-Residential Buildings
- Procure 1 Specialised Vehicle and 32 Support Vehicles
- Start the process for the procurement of a Presidential Helicopter
- Procure Office & Security Equipment
- Procure Office and Residential Furniture
- Provide support in terms of improved crops, animals and training to selected households to enhance their
incomes
- Monitor medicines and health services delivery, NAADs programmes, and Road Construction to ensure
improved service delivery
2014/15 Planned Outputs
V3: Detailed Planned Outputs for FY 2014/15
Table V3.1: Vote Function Profiles, Programme/Project Profiles and Workplan Outputs
Achievements by End March Planned outputs Planned Outputs
2013/14
Vote, Vote Function
Key Output
2014/15
Vote: 002 State House
Vote Function: 1611 Administration & Support to the Presidency
Regional integration & international relations promoted 161104 Output:
24 Countries Visited
15 Heads of State Hosted
20 regional and int'l meetings
Attended
27 Countries Visited
10 Heads of State Hosted
19 regional and int'l meetings
Attended
24 Countries visited
15 Heads of State hosted
20 regional and International
meetings attended
Description of Outputs:
Trade, tourism & investment promoted 161105 Output:
8 International Trade Meetings
attended
New investments
Commissioned
Investors mobilised.
5 International Trade Meetings
attended
New investments
Commissioned
Investors mobilised.
8 International Trade Meetings
attended
New investments
Commissioned
Investors mobilised.
Description of Outputs:
Vote Function: Administration & Support to the Presidency 1611
Services:
Responsible Officer:
Vote Function Profile
To provide administrative support including securing and availing, among others,
adequate human resource, finance, office equipment, accommodation, transport,
State House Comptroller
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Vote Function: Administration & Support to the Presidency 1611
records and information facilities/services to achieve efficiency and effectiveness in
all operations and activities of the State House Complex at all times.
To support, facilitate and ensure that H.E. the President and H.E. the Vice
President get all the requisite information, are provided with an effective
communication and working linkage with the Government, Foreign Diplomats and
General Public; have organized office, staff, work schedule and household in a
manner that enable them discharge their Constitutional and administrative
responsibilities satisfactorily and in accordance with the Oath of Allegiance.
Vote Function Projects and Programmes:
Project or Programme Name Responsible Officer
Recurrent Programmes
01 Headquarters State House Comptroller
02 Office of the Vice President State House Comptroller
04 Internal Audit State House Comptroller
05 Medicines and Health Services Delivery Monitoring State House Comptroller
Development Projects
0008 Support to State House State House Comptroller
0889 Poverty Alleviation Project State House Comptroller
Programme 01 Headquarters
State House Comptroller
- To provide adequate logistical support for the security, welfare and effective performance of
H.E. The President and H.E. The Vice President.
- To secure fiscal, human and other resources as well as ensure their optimal and cost effective
utilisation.
- To ensure effective coordination of programmes, provision of required information, follow
up on special issues and promotion of good public relations.
- To provide overall leadership of the state and ensure better service delivery and job creation
in line with the NRM Manifesto 2011-2016.
- To mobilize masses towards political and socio-economic transformation, industrialisation
and improved quality of life.
- To promote regional integration and international relations for purposes of political, social
and economic gains, and the creation of investment opportunities
- To encourage and sustain peace initiatives, both internally and outside, as a means of
enhancing national security and development.
- To make a contribution towards rural transformation and increased household incomes
throughout the country.
OUTPUTS:
- Adequate financial, human & logistical resources acquired and availed
- Logistical Support, Welfare & security provided to HE the President and his family
- Masses mobilized towards poverty reduction, peace & development
- Regional integration & international relations promoted
- Trade, tourism & investment promoted
Responsible Officer:
Objectives:
Outputs:
Programme Profile
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Programme 01 Headquarters
Workplan Outputs for 2013/14 and 2014/15
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
1000 programmes Facilitated Facilitated 705 Programmes Adequate financial, human
& logistical resources
acquired and availed
1000 programmes Facilitated 01 11 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
1,367,281
13,074,860
14,442,141
784,032
10,274,100
11,058,132
4,992,722
13,099,860
18,092,583
Necessary logistical support
provided for the welfare &
security of the President &
immediate family (meet 95% of
the demands received within the
year]
Necessary logistical support
provided for the welfare &
security of the President &
immediate family (met 95% of
the demands received within the
period to March 2014]
Logistical Support,
Welfare & security
provided to HE The
President, VP & their
families
Necessary logistical support
provided for the welfare &
security of the President &
immediate family (meet 95% of
the demands received within the
year]
02 11 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
850,978
49,496,650
50,347,628
487,971
42,377,885
42,865,856
1,060,374
68,196,650
69,257,024
Mobilised for Peace,
transformation and prosperity
for all in the 4 regions.
60 delegations from districts
Hosted
Mobilised for Peace,
transformation and prosperity
for all in the 4 regions.
18 delegations from districts
Hosted
Masses mobilized towards
poverty reduction, peace
& development
Mobilised for Peace,
transformation and prosperity
for all in the 4 regions.
60 delegations from districts
Hosted
03 11 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
3,316,645
24,378,067
27,694,713
2,862,014
19,075,535
21,937,549
3,316,645
24,378,067
27,694,713
20 Countries Visited
15 Heads of State hosted
18 regional and International
meetings Attended
22 Countries Visited
10 Heads of State hosted
15 regional and International
meetings Attended
Regional integration &
international relations
promoted
20 Countries Visited
15 Heads of State hosted
18 regional and International
meetings Attended
04 11 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
114,997
10,678,388
10,793,385
65,942
9,937,785
10,003,727
114,997
10,678,388
10,793,385
6 International Trade meetings
Attended
New investments Commissioned
local and international investors
mobilised, and trade related
functions officiated at
3 International Trade meetings
attended
New investments Commissioned
local and international investors
mobilised, and trade related
functions officiated at
Trade, tourism &
investment promoted
6 International Trade meetings
Attended
New investments Commissioned
local and international investors
mobilised, and trade related
functions officiated at
05 11 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
91,998
5,852,443
5,944,440
52,754
5,455,100
5,507,854
91,998
5,852,443
5,944,440
70 community functions
attended
80% of formal pledge requests
received met
58 community functions
attended
80% of formal pledge requests
received met
Community outreach
programmes and welfare
activities attended to
70 community functions
attended
80% of formal pledge requests
received met
06 11 16
- Community outreach programs and welfare activities attended to.
ACTIVITIES:
Consultative meetings; planning & preparation; catering & banqueting; entertainment;
organising meetings; processing payments; procuring; recruitment; travel inland; travel
abroad; holding rallies; attending functions; meeting local leaders; hosting foreign dignitaries;
training; supporting communities & individuals in need; monitoring; coordination
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Vote Function: Administration & Support to the Presidency 1611
Programme 01 Headquarters
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
School fees for sponsored
students paid
H.E facilitated in supporting to
needy
School fees for sponsored
students paid
H.E facilitated in supporting to
needy
School fees for sponsored
students paid
H.E facilitated in supporting to
needy
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
68,998
82,630,498
82,699,496
39,565
59,290,289
59,329,855
68,998
92,630,498
92,699,496
Arrears 99 11 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
434,331
434,331
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
5,810,897
186,110,906
191,921,803
4,292,278
146,410,695
150,702,973
9,645,734
215,270,238
224,915,972
Annual Workplan for 2014/15 - Outputs, Activities, Inputs and their Cost
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
1000 programmes Facilitated
Consultative meetings; planning & preparation; catering; entertainment;
organising meetings; processing payments; procuring; recruitment; travel
inland; training; monitoring; coordination
Adequate financial, human & logistical resources acquired and availed 01 11 16
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Crew Allowances (Presidential Jet Maintenance)
(Annual Provisn)
1.0 491,418
Flying Expenses (Presidential Jet Maintenance)
(Annual Provisn)
1.0 447,736
Jet Crew Training fees (Annual Provisn) 1.0 491,418
Jet Crew Travel Expenses (Annual Provisn) 1.0 204,758
Maintenance & Repairs (Jet Mtce) (Annual Provisn) 1.0 1,910,846
Okello House Rent (Annual Provisn) 1.0 961,560
Fuel (Litres) 183,747.4 698,240
Generator Fuel (Litres) 39,044.8 130,800
IPPS Recurrent Costs (Monthly) 12.0 25,000
Accommodation and Meals (Monthly Average) 12.0 150,000
Allowances (Monthly Average) 12.0 600,000
Burial Expenses (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 13,194
Cleaning Materials (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 20,000
Consolidated Allowances (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 1,777,384
Drugs & Sundries (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 5,194
Electricity (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 134,409
Equipment Maintenance (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 65,969
Functional Office Imprest (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 300,000
Hospital Requirements (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 8,000
Hotel Bills (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 56,655
Housekeeping Materials (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 20,000
Internet Services (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 60,000
M/v Paint (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 12,000
M/v Spares (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 352,365
Newpapers & Other Publications (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 19,512
Outsourced M/v Repairs (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 12,000
Postal Services (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 5,120
Telephone Services (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 297,436
Tonner, Print Cartridges, and accessories (Monthly
Provisn)
12.0 74,764
Water (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 80,645
Welfare Imprests (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 126,360
Cleaning Services (Monthly Provsn) 12.0 128,892
Electricals (Monthly Provsn) 12.0 60,000
Engineers' Imprest (Monthly Provsn) 12.0 60,000
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Programme 01 Headquarters
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
4,992,722
13,099,860
18,092,583
Garage Imprest (Monthly Provsn) 12.0 276,000
Garbage Collection (Monthly Provsn) 12.0 21,240
Garden Maintenance (Monthly Provsn) 12.0 212,400
House Rent (Monthly Provsn) 12.0 527,931
M/v Tyres (Monthly Provsn) 12.0 125,077
Stationery (Monthly Provsn) 12.0 37,571
Adverts and Media Publications (No. Of
Ads&Pubs)
8.0 18,000
Venue Hire (No. Of Days) 9.0 9,000
Meals (No. of meals) 540.0 10,800
Allowances (No. Of nights) 230.0 230,000
Out of Pocket & Transport Allowances (No. of
Persons)
90.0 5,400
Resource Persons (No. of Persons) 9.0 1,800
Accommodation (No. of rooms) 150.0 15,000
Uniforms (No. Of sets) 100.0 20,000
Air tickets (No. Of Tickets) 24.0 120,000
Stationery (No.of Workshops) 3.0 6,000
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 175.0 4,992,722
Vetting (Qrtrly Provisn) 4.0 10,000
Premiums (Qtrly Provision) 4.0 753,168
Air Conditioning Maintenance (Qtrly Provisn) 4.0 132,113
Civil Maintenance (Qtrly Provisn) 4.0 398,504
Contributions to Public Administration Sector
(Qtrly Provisn)
4.0 80,000
Equipment Maintenance & accessories (Qtrly
Provisn)
4.0 4,080
Generator Maintenace (Qtrly Provisn) 4.0 84,346
Maintenace of Lifts (Qtrly Provisn) 4.0 43,500
Subscriptions to Professional Bodies (Qtrly Provisn) 4.0 5,000
Water Systems' Maintenance (Qtrly Provisn) 4.0 69,006
Printing Services (Qtrly Provsn) 4.0 14,000
Navigation Charts (Sets) 1.0 68,253
Necessary logistical support provided for the welfare & security of the
President & immediate family (meet 95% of the demands received within
the year]
Consultative meetings; planning & preparation; catering & banqueting;
entertainment; organising meetings; processing payments; procuring;
travel inland; travel abroad; training; coordination
Logistical Support, Welfare & security provided to HE The President, VP & their families 02 11 16
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Security Equipment Maintenance (Annual Provisn) 1.0 475,200
Classified Equipment (Item) 1.0 18,700,000
Beans (Kilogrammes) 210,000.0 483,000
Maize Flour (Kilogrammes) 422,400.0 929,280
Fuel (Litres) 1,052,631.6 4,000,000
Accommodation and Meals (Monthly Average) 12.0 4,089,483
Allowances (Monthly Average) 12.0 1,200,000
Venue Hire (Monthly Average) 12.0 240,000
Equipment Maintenance (Monthly Provisi) 12.0 80,537
Burial Expenses (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 8,607
Canine/Non-Tendered (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 324,000
Chemicals (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 120,000
Classified Operations (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 7,836,000
Cleaning Materials (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 30,000
Consolidated Allowances (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 9,871,229
Cooking Gas (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 54,000
Drugs & Sundries (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 3,607
Dry foodstuffs (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 120,000
DSTv Subscriptions (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 97,500
Farm Imprests (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 24,000
Guest House Imprests (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 236,400
Hospital Requirements (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 5,000
Hotel Bills (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 898,890
Household Imprests (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 624,000
Vote Overview
107
State House Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement State House
002
Vote Function: Administration & Support to the Presidency 1611
Programme 01 Headquarters
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
1,060,374
68,196,650
69,257,024
Household Maintenance Imprests (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 124,800
Housekeeping Materials (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 80,000
M/v Paint (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 62,400
M/v Spares (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 1,573,949
M/v Tyres (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 368,952
Meals for Staff on Duty (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 1,403,424
Medical Services (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 100,000
Newpapers & Other Publications (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 31,104
Postal Services (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 574
Sec Equip Consumables (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 60,000
Security Imprest (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 10,164,000
State Lodge Imprests (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 68,400
Stationery (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 30,168
Telephone Services (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 580,000
Tonner, Print Cartridges, and accessories (Monthly
Provisn)
12.0 48,775
Veterinary Supplies (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 60,000
Water (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 267,742
Electricity (Monthly Provsn) 12.0 446,237
House Rent (Monthly Provsn) 12.0 315,789
Outsourced M/v Repairs (Monthly Provsn) 12.0 288,000
Training Requirements (No. Of courses) 4.0 20,000
Meals and Refreshments (No. Of Meetings) 700.0 351,604
Allowances (No. Of nights) 320.0 320,000
Uniforms (No. Of Sets) 250.0 50,000
Tuition fees (No. Of Students) 20.0 40,000
Air tickets (No. Of Tickets) 36.0 180,000
State Visits (No. Of Visits) 2.0 200,000
State Functions (No.of Functions) 3.0 300,000
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 135.0 1,060,374
Other Welfare Reqts (Qtrly Provisn) 4.0 200,000
Printing Services (Qtrly Provsn) 4.0 10,000
Mobilised for Peace, transformation and prosperity for all in the 4 regions.
60 delegations from districts Hosted
Consultative meetings; planning & preparation; catering; entertainment;
organising meetings; processing payments; procuring; travel inland;
holding rallies; attending functions; meeting local leaders; training;
monitoring; coordination
Masses mobilized towards poverty reduction, peace & development 03 11 16
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Fuel (Litres) 1,326,315.8 5,040,000
Equipment Maintenance (Monthly Provsn) 12.0 19,359
Accommodation and Meals (Monthly Average) 12.0 9,599,745
Allowances (Monthly Average) 12.0 1,200,000
Venue Hire (Monthly Average) 12.0 360,000
Burial Expenses (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 11,372
Cleaning Materials (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 20,000
Consolidated Allowances (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 1,781,422
Drugs & Sundries (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 4,372
Electricity (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 115,591
Hospital Requirements (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 7,000
Hotel Bills (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 200,000
M/v Paint (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 24,000
M/v Spares (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 2,512,359
M/v Tyres (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 486,291
Meals for Staff on Duty (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 600,000
Postal Services (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 758
Telephone Services (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 226,301
Tonner, Print Cartridges, and accessories (Monthly
Provisn)
12.0 64,440
Water (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 69,355
Electricals (Monthly Provsn) 12.0 60,000
Stationery (Monthly Provsn) 12.0 36,000
Meals and Refreshments (No. Of Meetings) 220.0 88,594
Transport refund (No. Of Persons) 9,000.0 1,800,000
Vote Overview
108
State House Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement State House
002
Vote Function: Administration & Support to the Presidency 1611
Programme 01 Headquarters
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
3,316,645
24,378,067
27,694,713
Uniforms (No. Of sets) 100.0 20,000
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 424.0 3,316,645
Press Materials (Qtrly Provisn) 4.0 20,000
Printing Services (Qtrly Provisn) 4.0 11,109
20 Countries Visited
15 Heads of State hosted
18 regional and International meetings Attended
Consultative meetings; planning & preparation; catering & banqueting;
entertainment; organising meetings; processing payments; procuring;
travel abroad; attending functions; hosting foreign dignitaries;
monitoring; coordination
Regional integration & international relations promoted 04 11 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
114,997
10,678,388
10,793,385
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Postal Services (Annual Provisn) 1.0 80
Fuel (Litres) 78,947.4 300,000
Accommodation and Meals (Monthly Average) 12.0 154,572
Allowances (Monthly Average) 12.0 54,000
Burial Expenses (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 1,194
Cleaning Materials (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 20,000
Consolidated Allowances (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 171,407
Drugs & Sundries (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 1,194
Electricity (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 250,000
Equipment Maintenance (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 5,969
Hotel Bills (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 44,454
M/v Paint (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 1,200
M/v Spares (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 76,550
M/v Tyres (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 14,907
Stationery (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 3,571
Telephone Services (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 23,755
Tonner, Print Cartridges, and accessories (Monthly
Provisn)
12.0 6,764
Water (Monthly Provsn) 12.0 150,000
Uniforms (No. Of sets) 50.0 10,000
Air tickets (No. Of Tickets) 360.0 1,965,672
Accommodation, Meals & Transport (No. Of Trips) 20.0 2,184,080
Allowances (No. Of Trips) 20.0 2,928,897
Flight Expenses (No. Of Trips) 20.0 1,698,122
State Visits (No. Of Visits) 6.0 600,000
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 15.0 114,997
Press Materials (Qtrly Provisn) 4.0 10,000
Printing Services (Qtrly Provisn) 4.0 2,000
6 International Trade meetings Attended
New investments Commissioned
local and international investors mobilised, and trade related functions
officiated at
Consultative meetings; planning & preparation; organising meetings;
processing payments; procuring; travel inland; travel abroad; attending
functions; hosting foreign dignitaries; monitoring; coordination
Trade, tourism & investment promoted 05 11 16
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Postal Services (Annual Provisn) 1.0 63
Fuel (Litres) 131,578.9 500,000
Accommodation and Meals (Monthly Average) 12.0 74,572
Allowances (Monthly Average) 12.0 34,000
Burial Expenses (Monthly Provisn) 4.0 942
Consolidated Allowances (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 135,322
Drugs & Sundries (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 942
Electricity (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 26,882
Equipment Maintenance (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 4,712
M/v Paint (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 1,200
M/v Spares (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 76,550
M/v Tyres (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 14,907
Telephone Services (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 18,754
Tonner, Print Cartridges, and accessories (Monthly
Provisn)
12.0 5,340
Water (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 16,129
Cleaning Materials (Monthly Provsn) 12.0 10,000
Stationery (Monthly Provsn) 12.0 3,398
Meals and Refreshments (No. Of Meetings) 84.0 34,501
Vote Overview
109
State House Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement State House
002
Vote Function: Administration & Support to the Presidency 1611
Programme 01 Headquarters
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
91,998
5,852,443
5,944,440
Uniforms (No. Of Sets) 50.0 10,000
Air tickets (No. Of Tickets) 180.0 1,173,943
Accommodation, Meals & Transport (No. Of Trips) 6.0 819,030
Allowances (No. Of Trips) 6.0 1,629,870
Flight Expenses (No. Of Trips) 6.0 1,250,386
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 12.0 91,998
Press Materials (Qtrly Provisn) 4.0 10,000
Printing Services (Qtrly Provsn) 4.0 1,000
70 community functions attended
80% of formal pledge requests received met
School fees for sponsored students paid
H.E facilitated in supporting to needy
Consultative meetings; planning & preparation; organising meetings;
processing payments; procuring; travel inland; attending functions;
meeting local leaders; supporting communities & individuals in need;
monitoring; coordination
Community outreach programmes and welfare activities attended to 06 11 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
68,998
92,630,498
92,699,496
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Postal Services (Annual Provisn) 1.0 46
Fuel (Litres) 252,631.6 960,000
Accommodation and Meals (Monthly Average) 12.0 215,829
Allowances (Monthly Average) 12.0 108,000
Burial Expenses (Monthly Provisn) 4.0 691
Consolidated Allowances (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 99,236
Drugs & Sundries (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 691
Electricity (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 26,882
Equipment Maintenance (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 3,455
M/v Paint (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 7,200
M/v Spares (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 430,227
M/v Tyres (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 83,867
Presidential Donations (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 60,582,049
Telephone Services (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 13,753
Tonner, Print Cartridges, and accessories (Monthly
Provisn)
12.0 3,916
Water (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 16,129
Cleaning Materials (Monthly Provsn) 12.0 20,000
Stationery (Monthly Provsn) 12.0 2,825
Meals and Refreshments (No. Of Meetings) 60.0 25,301
Uniforms (No. Of Sets) 50.0 10,000
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 9.0 68,998
Press Materials (Qtrly Provisn) 4.0 20,000
Printing Services (Qtrly Provisn) 4.0 400
School Fees (Quarterly) 4.0 30,000,000
Arrears 99 11 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
434,331
434,331
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
9,645,734
215,270,238
224,915,972
Programme 02 Office of the Vice President
State House Comptroller Responsible Officer:
Programme Profile
Vote Overview
110
State House Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement State House
002
Vote Function: Administration & Support to the Presidency 1611
Programme 02 Office of the Vice President
Workplan Outputs for 2013/14 and 2014/15
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
250
programmes Facilitated
186 programmes facilitated Adequate financial, human
& logistical resources
acquired and availed
250
programmes Facilitated
01 11 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
150,844
617,494
768,338
116,498
429,986
546,484
150,844
617,494
768,338
Necessary logistical support
provided for the welfare &
security of the Vice President &
immediate family (meet 95% of
the demands received within the
year
Necessary logistical support
provided for the welfare &
security of the Vice President &
immediate family (met all of the
demands received within the
period to March 14)
Logistical Support,
Welfare & security
provided to HE The
President, VP & their
families
Necessary logistical support
provided for the welfare &
security of the Vice President &
immediate family (meet 95% of
the demands received within the
year
02 11 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
172,465
1,133,239
1,305,704
143,090
811,331
954,422
89,701
1,133,239
1,222,940
Leaders and masses
countrywide mobilised towards
poverty reduction and
transformation.
Leaders and masses
countrywide mobilised towards
poverty reduction and
transformation.
Masses mobilized towards
poverty reduction, peace
& development
Leaders and masses
countrywide mobilised towards
poverty reduction and
transformation.
03 11 16
- To provide adequate logistical support for the security, welfare and effective performance of
H.E. The Vice President.
- To secure fiscal, human and other resources as well as ensure their optimal and cost effective
utilisation.
- To ensure effective coordination of programmes, provision of required information, follow
up on special issues and promotion of good public relations.
- To mobilize masses towards political and socio-economic transformation, industrialisation
and improved quality of life.
- To promote regional integration and international relations for purposes of political, social
and economic gains, and the creation of investment opportunities
- To make a contribution towards rural transformation and increased household incomes
throughout the country.
OUTPUTS:
- Adequate financial, human & logistical resources acquired and availed
- Logistical Support, Welfare & security provided to HE the Vice President and his family
- Masses mobilized towards poverty reduction, peace & development
- Regional integration & international relations promoted
- Trade, tourism & investment promoted
- Community outreach programs and welfare activities attended to.
ACTIVITIES:
Consultative meetings; planning & preparation; catering & banqueting; entertainment;
organising meetings; processing payments; procuring; recruitment; travel inland; travel
abroad; holding rallies; attending functions; meeting local leaders; hosting foreign dignitaries;
training; supporting communities & individuals in need; monitoring; coordination
Objectives:
Outputs:
Vote Overview
111
State House Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement State House
002
Vote Function: Administration & Support to the Presidency 1611
Programme 02 Office of the Vice President
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
119,647
3,408,605
3,528,252
68,608
2,280,964
2,349,573
119,647
3,408,605
3,528,252
4 countries visited
Foreign dignataries hosted
2 international relations
meetings attended
5 countries visited
Foreign dignataries hosted
4 international relations
meetings attended
Regional integration &
international relations
promoted
4 countries visited
Foreign dignataries hosted
2 international relations
meetings attended
04 11 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
21,998
527,818
549,816
12,614
515,811
528,425
21,998
527,818
549,816
2 international trade meetings
attended
Foreign investors mobilised
Trade related functions
officiated at
2 international trade meetings
attended
Foreign investors mobilised
Trade related functions
officiated at
Trade, tourism &
investment promoted
2 international trade meetings
attended
Foreign investors mobilised
Trade related functions
officiated at
05 11 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
15,713
399,201
414,914
9,010
364,705
373,715
15,713
399,201
414,914
50 Community functions
attended, & welfare needs
addressed
Individuals in need Supported
57 Community functions
attended, & welfare needs
addressed
Individuals in need Supported
Community outreach
programmes and welfare
activities attended to
50 Community functions
attended, & welfare needs
addressed
Individuals in need Supported
06 11 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
455,484
455,484
0
331,300
331,300
0
455,484
455,484
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
480,668
6,541,840
7,022,508
349,821
4,734,097
5,083,918
397,904
6,541,840
6,939,744
Annual Workplan for 2014/15 - Outputs, Activities, Inputs and their Cost
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
250
programmes Facilitated
Consultative meetings; planning & preparation; catering; entertainment;
organising meetings; processing payments; procuring; recruitment; travel
inland; training; monitoring; coordination
Adequate financial, human & logistical resources acquired and availed 01 11 16
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Postal Services (Annual Provsn) 1.0 181
Fuel (Litres) 72,631.6 276,000
Allowances (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 24,000
Burial Expenses (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 3,396
Cleaning Materials (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 6,000
Cleaning Services (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 6,000
Consolidated Allowances (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 108,679
Drugs & Sundries (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 5,660
Equipment Maintenance (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 3,396
Garage Imprest (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 24,000
M/v Spares (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 12,774
M/v Tyres (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 9,677
Newpapers & Other Publications (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 7,000
Stationery (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 9,321
Telephone Services (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 30,000
Tonner, Print Cartridges, and accessories (Monthly
Provisn)
12.0 3,162
Welfare Imprests (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 14,458
Press Materials (Monthly Provsn) 12.0 4,988
Vote Overview
112
State House Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement State House
002
Vote Function: Administration & Support to the Presidency 1611
Programme 02 Office of the Vice President
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
150,844
617,494
768,338
Training Requirements (No. Of Courses) 4.0 5,000
Venue Hire (No. Of Days) 1.0 1,000
Meals (No. of meals) 80.0 1,600
Allowances (No. Of Nights) 30.0 30,000
Out of Pocket & Transport Allowances (No. of
Persons)
40.0 2,000
Resource Persons (No. of Persons) 2.0 400
Accommodation (No. of rooms) 20.0 2,000
Air Tickets (No. Of Tickets) 4.0 20,000
Stationery (No.of Workshops) 1.0 1,000
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 23.0 150,844
Fumigation (Qtrly Provisn) 4.0 3,000
Printing Services (Qtrly Provisn) 4.0 2,000
IT Services (Qtrly Provsn) 4.0 800
Necessary logistical support provided for the welfare & security of the
Vice President & immediate family (meet 95% of the demands received
within the year
Consultative meetings; planning & preparation; catering & banqueting;
entertainment; organising meetings; processing payments; procuring;
travel inland; travel abroad; training; coordination
Logistical Support, Welfare & security provided to HE The President, VP & their families 02 11 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
89,701
1,133,239
1,222,940
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Minor Repairs (Annual Provisn) 1.0 3,000
Postal Services (Annual Provisn) 1.0 208
Fuel (Litres) 63,157.9 240,000
Accommodation and Meals (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 36,000
Allowances (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 24,000
Burial Expenses (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 3,906
Cleaning Materials (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 44,400
Cleaning Services (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 6,000
Consolidated Allowances (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 124,981
Drugs & Sundries (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 6,509
Electricity (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 24,000
Foodstuffs (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 60,000
Gas, Charcoal, Firewood (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 6,000
Household Imprests (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 48,000
M/v Paint (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 12,000
M/v Spares (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 16,860
M/v Tyres (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 10,753
Meals for Staff on Duty (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 86,400
Newpapers & Other Publications (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 13,000
Press Materials (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 60,000
Stationery (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 10,019
Telephone Services (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 82,740
Tonner, Print Cartridges, and accessories (Monthly
Provisn)
12.0 3,957
Water (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 6,000
Equipment Maintenance (Monthly Provsn) 12.0 3,906
Outsourced M/v Repairs (Monthly Provsn) 12.0 12,000
Training Requirements (No. Of Courses) 4.0 5,000
Meals and Refreshments (No. Of Meetings) 24.0 12,000
Allowances (No. Of Nights) 20.0 20,000
Uniforms (No. Of Sets) 120.0 18,000
Air Tickets (No. Of Tickets) 6.0 60,000
Accommodation, Meals & Transport (No. Of Trips) 2.0 70,000
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 25.0 89,701
Printing Services (Qtrly Provsin) 4.0 3,000
IT Services (Qtrly Provsn) 4.0 600
Masses mobilized towards poverty reduction, peace & development 03 11 16 Output:
Vote Overview
113
State House Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement State House
002
Vote Function: Administration & Support to the Presidency 1611
Programme 02 Office of the Vice President
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Leaders and masses countrywide mobilised towards poverty reduction and
transformation.
Consultative meetings; planning & preparation; catering; entertainment;
organising meetings; processing payments; procuring; travel inland;
holding rallies; attending functions; meeting local leaders; training;
monitoring; coordination
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
119,647
3,408,605
3,528,252
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs: I nputs Quantity Cost
Postal Services (Annual Provsn) 1.0 525
Fuel (Litres) 157,368.4 598,000
Accommodation and Meals (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 400,000
Allowances (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 328,000
Burial Expenses (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 9,849
Consolidated Allowances (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 315,170
Drugs & Sundries (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 16,415
M/v Spares (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 193,935
M/v Tyres (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 74,194
Mobilisation Imprest (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 1,200,000
PFA Promotional Material (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 31,865
Stationery (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 27,830
Telephone Services (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 48,554
Tonner, Print Cartridges, and accessories (Monthly
Provisn)
12.0 10,491
Equipment Maintenance (Monthly Provsn) 12.0 9,849
Outsourced M/v Repairs (Monthly Provsn) 12.0 88,000
Meals and Refreshments (No. Of Meetings) 24.0 41,928
Tuition Fees (No. Of Trainees) 4.0 8,000
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 18.0 119,647
IT Services (Qtrly Provisn) 4.0 1,000
Printing Services (Qtrly Provisn) 4.0 5,000
4 countries visited
Foreign dignataries hosted
2 international relations meetings attended
Consultative meetings; planning & preparation; catering & banqueting;
entertainment; organising meetings; processing payments; procuring;
travel abroad; attending functions; hosting foreign dignitaries;
monitoring; coordination
Regional integration & international relations promoted 04 11 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
21,998
527,818
549,816
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Equipment Maintenance (Annual Provsn) 1.0 509
Postal Services (Annual Provsn) 1.0 27
Consolidated Allowances (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 16,302
Drugs & Sundries (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 849
Telephone Services (Monthly Service) 12.0 2,511
Meals and Refreshments (No. Of Meetings) 12.0 2,169
Air Tickets (No. Of Tickets) 32.0 180,000
Tuition Fees (No. Of Trainees) 1.0 1,000
Accommodation, Meals & Transport (No. Of Trips) 4.0 200,000
Allowances (No. Of Trips) 4.0 120,000
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 3.0 21,998
Printing Services (Qtrly) 4.0 498
IT Services (Qtrly Provisn) 4.0 594
Press Materials (Qtrly Provisn) 4.0 1,648
Stationery (Qtrly Provisn) 4.0 1,200
Burial Expenses (Qtrly Provsn) 4.0 509
2 international trade meetings attended
Foreign investors mobilised
Trade related functions officiated at
Consultative meetings; planning & preparation; organising meetings;
processing payments; procuring; travel inland; travel abroad; attending
functions; hosting foreign dignitaries; monitoring; coordination
Trade, tourism & investment promoted 05 11 16
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Equipment Maintenance (Annual Provisn) 1.0 340
IT Services (Annual Provisn) 1.0 396
Postal Services (Annual Provisn) 1.0 18
Fuel (Litres) 12,105.3 46,000
Allowances (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 24,000
Consolidated Allowances (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 10,868
M/v Spares (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 8,172
M/v Tyres (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 2,151
Telephone Services (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 1,674
Meals and Refreshments (No. Of Meetings) 12.0 1,446
Air tickets (No. Of Tickets) 16.0 100,000
Vote Overview
114
State House Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement State House
002
Vote Function: Administration & Support to the Presidency 1611
Programme 02 Office of the Vice President
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
15,713
399,201
414,914
Tuition fees (No. Of trainees) 1.0 1,000
Accommodation, Meals & Transport (No. Of Trips) 2.0 140,000
Allowances (No. Of Trips) 2.0 60,000
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 2.0 15,713
Promotional Materials (Qtrly Provision) 4.0 1,099
Stationery (Qtrly Provisn) 4.0 1,132
Burial Expenses (Qtrly Provsn) 4.0 340
Drugs & Sundries (Qtrly Provsn) 4.0 566
50 Community functions attended, & welfare needs addressed
Individuals in need Supported
Consultative meetings; planning & preparation; organising meetings;
processing payments; procuring; travel inland; attending functions;
meeting local leaders; supporting communities & individuals in need;
monitoring
Community outreach programmes and welfare activities attended to 06 11 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
455,484
455,484
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Fuel (Litres) 31,578.9 120,000
Accommodation and Meals (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 44,000
Allowances (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 36,000
M/v Spares (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 12,258
M/v Tyres (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 3,226
VP's Donations (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 240,000
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
397,904
6,541,840
6,939,744
Programme 04 I nternal Audit
State House Comptroller
To provide independent objective assurance and consulting services designed to add value and
improve Government operations on risk management, control and governance processes. The
Internal Audit function assists the Accounting Officer accomplish his/her objectives as set by
the PFAA 2003 S.8(3).
OUTPUTS:
Reports and Management letters submitted on risk management & system controls.
Audit Reports on -
- Procurement,
- Payroll,
- Assets,
- Construction and Renovation works,
- Advances, and
- Project implementation
Management Letters on -
- IFMS use
- Fleet Management
- Financial Statement preparation, and
- Donations.
Responsible Officer:
Objectives:
Outputs:
Programme Profile
Vote Overview
115
State House Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement State House
002
Vote Function: Administration & Support to the Presidency 1611
Programme 04 I nternal Audit
Workplan Outputs for 2013/14 and 2014/15
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
4 Audit Reports Produced 3 Audit Reports produced Adequate financial, human
& logistical resources
acquired and availed
4 Audit Reports Produced 01 11 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
20,569
71,778
92,347
11,795
42,431
54,225
19,588
71,778
91,366
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
20,569
71,778
92,347
11,795
42,431
54,225
19,588
71,778
91,366

ACTIVITIES: Monitoring and inspection; Consultative meetings; planning & preparation;


analysing payments made; trav inland; training.
Annual Workplan for 2014/15 - Outputs, Activities, Inputs and their Cost
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
4 Audit Reports Produced
Monitoring and inspection; Consultative meetings; planning &
preparation; analysing payments made; travel inland; training
Adequate financial, human & logistical resources acquired and availed 01 11 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
19,588
71,778
91,366
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Consolidated Allowances (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 12,206
Office Imprest (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 2,400
Training Requirements (No. Of Courses) 4.0 5,000
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 2.0 19,588
Allowances (Qtrly Provision) 4.0 48,000
IT Services (Qtrly Provision) 4.0 800
Printing Services (Qtrly Provision) 4.0 800
Stationery (Qtrly Provision) 4.0 1,372
Tonner, Print Cartridges, and accessories (Qtrly
Provisn)
4.0 1,200
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
19,588
71,778
91,366
Programme 05 Medicines and Health Services Delivery Monitoring
State House Comptroller
- To monitor the delivery and management of medicines and services within the health sector.

- To sensitize the masses on government's effort in relation to the delivery of medicines and
health services.

- Provide advice to the health sector on planning,


OUTPUTS:
- Medicines & Health Services delivery effectively monitored.

- Masses Sensitized on Health Services delivery


Responsible Officer:
Objectives:
Outputs:
Programme Profile
Vote Overview
116
State House Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement State House
002
Vote Function: Administration & Support to the Presidency 1611
Programme 05 Medicines and Health Services Delivery Monitoring
Workplan Outputs for 2013/14 and 2014/15
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
350 Health Units Monitored 6 hospitals and 208 Health
centres Monitored
Community outreach
programmes and welfare
activities attended to
10 Hospitals and 120 Health
Units Moniitored
06 11 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
680,827
890,851
1,571,678
398,170
561,243
959,414
514,360
890,851
1,405,211
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
680,827
890,851
1,571,678
398,170
561,243
959,414
514,360
890,851
1,405,211

ACTIVITIES:

Monitoring; Inspection; Consultative meetings; planning & preparation; processing payments;


procuring; travel inland; train
Annual Workplan for 2014/15 - Outputs, Activities, Inputs and their Cost
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
10 Hospitals and 120 Health Units Moniitored
Monitoring; Consultative meetings; planning & preparation; processing
payments; procuring; travel inland; training; coordination
Community outreach programmes and welfare activities attended to 06 11 16
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
514,360
890,851
1,405,211
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Fuel (Litres) 55,384.6 144,000
Allowances (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 407,880
Consolidated Allowances (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 189,360
Office imprest (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 55,320
Telephone Services (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 75,074
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 14.0 514,360
Cleaning and Gabbage Services (Qtrly Provision) 4.0 600
Printing Services (Qtrly Provision) 4.0 2,000
Stationery (Qtrly Provision) 4.0 6,145
Electricity (Qtrly Provisn) 4.0 2,400
M/v Spares (Qtrly Provisn) 4.0 3,600
M/v Tyres (Qtrly Provisn) 4.0 2,400
Newpapers & Other Publications (Qtrly Provisn) 4.0 1,472
Water (Qtrly Provisn) 4.0 600
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
514,360
890,851
1,405,211
Project 0008 Support to State House
State House Comptroller
- To renovate State Lodges and office premises;
- To procure motor vehicles & other transport equipment;
- To procure office, security & other specialised equipment;
- To furnish State Lodges and offices.
- State Lodges & office premises renovated;
Responsible Officer:
Objectives:
Outputs:
Project Profile
Vote Overview
117
State House Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement State House
002
Vote Function: Administration & Support to the Presidency 1611
Project 0008 Support to State House
Workplan Outputs for 2013/14 and 2014/15
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
Government Buildings and
Administrative
Infrastructure
Residential and Non Residential
buildings renovated
72 11 16
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
0
0
0
289,330
0
289,330
330,000
0
330,000
Procure 4 Support Vehicles 20 Station Wagons and 13 Pick
ups delivered.
Delivery of other ordered
vehicles pending
Purchase of Motor
Vehicles and Other
Transport Equipment
1 Specialised Vehicle & 32
Support Vehicles Procured
Presidential Helicopter Procured
75 11 16
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
3,688,411
0
3,688,411
2,835,991
0
2,835,991
13,059,300
0
13,059,300
Purchase of Office and
ICT Equipment, including
Software
Office and ICT Equipment
procured
76 11 16
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
0
0
0
99,782
0
99,782
150,000
0
150,000
Purchase of Specialised
Machinery & Equipment
Specialised Equipment procured 77 11 16
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
0
0
0
581,304
0
581,304
3,348,411
0
3,348,411
Purchase of Office and
Residential Furniture and
Fittings
Office and Residential Furniture
procured
78 11 16
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
0
0
0
302,179
0
302,179
360,000
0
360,000
GoU Development
External Financing
GRAND TOTAL
3,688,411
0
3,688,411
4,108,587
0
4,108,587
17,247,711
0
17,247,711
- Vehicles and other transport equipment procured;
- Machinery & Equipment procured;
- Furniture procured.
7/1/2000 6/30/2015 Start Date: Projected End Date:
Annual Workplan for 2014/15 - Outputs, Activities, Inputs and their Cost
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Residential and Non Residential buildings renovated
Planning & preparation; procuring; processing payments
Government Buildings and Administrative Infrastructure 72 11 16
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
330,000
0
330,000
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Renovations to various office premises (Qtrly
Provision)
4.0 130,000
Renovations to various state lodges (Qtrly
Provision)
4.0 200,000
Purchase of Motor Vehicles and Other Transport Equipment 75 11 16 Output:
Vote Overview
118
State House Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement State House
002
Vote Function: Administration & Support to the Presidency 1611
Project 0008 Support to State House
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
1 Specialised Vehicle & 32 Support Vehicles Procured
Presidential Helicopter Procured
Planning & preparation; procuring; processing payments
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
13,059,300
0
13,059,300
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs: I nputs Quantity Cost
Specialised Vehicle (Each) 1.0 800,000
Support Vehicles (Each) 32.0 5,200,000
Deposit on Presidential Helicopter (Item) 1.0 5,300,000
Office and ICT Equipment procured
Planning & preparation; procuring; processing payments
Purchase of Office and ICT Equipment, including Software 76 11 16
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
150,000
0
150,000
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Office Equipment (Qtrly Provision) 4.0 150,000
Specialised Equipment procured
Planning & preparation; procuring; processing payments
Purchase of Specialised Machinery & Equipment 77 11 16
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
3,348,411
0
3,348,411
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Purchase of Specialised Security Equipment (Each) 1.0 3,348,411
Office and Residential Furniture procured
Planning & preparation; procuring; processing payments
Purchase of Office and Residential Furniture and Fittings 78 11 16
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
360,000
0
360,000
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Furniture (Annual Provisn) 1.0 360,000
GoU Development
External Financing
GRAND TOTAL
17,247,711
0
17,247,711
Project 0889 Poverty Alleviation Project
State House Comptroller
- To establish demonstration farms and model parishes
- To promote food security in the areas of operation within the model parishes
- To improve household incomes for the communities in the model parishes through market-
led agriculture
- To promote science and technology for value addition and rural transformation
- Food security promoted
- Households enabled to establish income generating integrated Agro-enterprises;
- Model Villages established;
- Established Producer farmer groups and market linkage accesses;
Responsible Officer:
Objectives:
Outputs:
Project Profile
Vote Overview
119
State House Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement State House
002
Vote Function: Administration & Support to the Presidency 1611
Project 0889 Poverty Alleviation Project
Workplan Outputs for 2013/14 and 2014/15
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
Households enabled to establish
income generating integrated
agro-enterprises.
Continue with the 5 model
villages established in previous
year
1 Scientific Innovator supported
to enhance rural transformation.
Value addition promoted
Households were enabled to
establish income generating
integrated agro-enterprises.
Continued work in model
villages established in previous
year
Value addition promoted
Masses mobilized towards
poverty reduction, peace
& development
Households enabled to establish
income generating integrated
agro-enterprises.
Continue with the 5 model
villages established in previous
year
1 Scientific Innovator supported
to enhance rural transformation.
Value addition promoted
03 11 16
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
936,319
0
936,319
699,296
0
699,296
1,436,319
0
1,436,319
GoU Development
External Financing
GRAND TOTAL
936,319
0
936,319
699,296
0
699,296
1,436,319
0
1,436,319
- Scientific innovators supported to enhance rural transformation;
- Value addition promoted.
7/1/2006 6/30/2015 Start Date: Projected End Date:
Annual Workplan for 2014/15 - Outputs, Activities, Inputs and their Cost
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Households enabled to establish income generating integrated agro-
enterprises.
Continue with the 5 model villages established in previous year
1 Scientific Innovator supported to enhance rural transformation.
Value addition promoted
establish model villages; Consultative meetings; planning & preparation;
processing payments; procuring; travel inland; training; supervising &
monitoring; evaluation; quality control, coordination
Masses mobilized towards poverty reduction, peace & development 03 11 16
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
1,436,319
0
1,436,319
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Fuel (Litres) 17,640.9 59,097
Agricultural Inputs (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 1,032,402
Cleaning Materials (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 3,600
Consolidated Allowances (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 56,225
Equipment Maintenance (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 3,000
M/v Spares (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 13,002
M/v Tyres (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 4,000
Newpapers & Other Publications (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 6,401
Stationery (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 5,981
Telephone Services (Monthly Provisn) 12.0 20,002
Adverts and Media Publications (No. Of
Ads&Pubs)
14.0 35,003
Meals and Refreshments (No. Of Meetings) 50.0 5,000
Allowances (No. Of Nights) 1,010.0 130,801
Uniforms (No. Of sets) 4.0 600
Air Travel (No. Of Tickets) 3.0 19,202
Tuition Fees (No. Of Trainees) 5.0 10,001
Vehicle Hire (no. of vehicles) 10.0 15,001
Printing Services (Qtrly Provisn) 4.0 5,000
Promotional Materials (Qtrly Provisn) 4.0 12,000
GoU Development
External Financing
GRAND TOTAL
1,436,319
0
1,436,319
Vote Overview
120
State House Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement State House
002
Over the medium term, the Presidency will focus its efforts on socio-economic transformation through
promotion of PFA programmes, promotion of trade and investment, international relations, regional
economic integration, promotional of regional peace, and promotion of good governance. State House will
continue to provide the necessary logistical support for the welfare, security and effective performance of
the Presidency.
Medium Term Plans
(i) Measures to improve Efficiency
Table V3.2: Past and Medum Term Key Vote Output I ndicators*
Efficiency and Value for Money will be improved by:
- ensuring competitive bidding for all goods and services procured,
- training of staff to improve their capacity
- improvement of risk management systems
JUSTIFICATION OF ALLOCATIONS TO KEY SECTOR OUTPUTS:
The Presidency is committed to the strengthening of international relations and regional integration for
National development which is a Key Sector Output.
Table V3.3: Key Unit Costs of Services Provided and Services Funded (Shs '000)
(ii) Vote Investment Plans
Funds allocated to capital purchases over the medium term will cater for the procurement of Transport &
Security equipment, Furniture, and renovation of Residential and Non-Residential Buildings.
Table V3.4: Allocations by Class of Output over the Medium Term
Table V3.5: Major Capital I nvestments (Outputs of class Capital Purchases over 0.5Billion)
* Excluding Taxes and Arrears
2016/17
2012/13
Outturn
Releases
Prel. Actual
Approved
Plan
2014/15 2015/16
MTEF Projections 2013/14
Vote Function Key Output
Indicators and Costs:
Vote: 002 State House
Vote Function:1611 Administration & Support to the Presidency
249.843 259.418 271.512 Vote Function Cost (UShs bn) 202.233 166.714 199.900
202.233 166.714 199.900 VF Cost Excluding Ext. Fin
249.843 259.418 271.512 Cost of Vote Services (UShs Bn) 202.233 166.714 199.900
202.233 166.714 199.900
2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17
(ii) % Vote Budget
Billion Uganda Shillings
(i) Allocation (Shs Bn)
2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17
201.5 234.4 220.4 236.1 99.7% 93.8% 84.9% 86.9% Consumption Expendture(Outputs Provided)
0.7 15.5 39.0 35.5 0.3% 6.2% 15.1% 13.1% Investment (Capital Purchases)
Grand Total 202.2 249.8 259.4 271.5 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0%
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
Expenditures and Outputs by
End March
(Quantity and Location)
Vote Function: Administration & Support to the Presidency 11 16
Project 0008 Support to State House
GoU Development
External Financingt
Total
3,688,411
0
3,688,411
2,835,991
0
2,835,991
13,059,300
0
13,059,300
Procure 4 Support Vehicles 20 Station Wagons and 13 Pick
ups delivered.
Delivery of other ordered
vehicles pending
Purchase of Motor
Vehicles and Other
Transport
Equipment
1 Specialised Vehicle & 32
Support Vehicles Procured
Presidential Helicopter Procured
75 11 16
Purchase of
Specialised
Machinery &
Equipment
Specialised Equipment procured 77 11 16
Vote Overview
121
State House Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement State House
002
(iii) Priority Vote Actions to Improve Sector Performance
- Unplanned emerging issues will be tackled through continued re-prioritization
Table V3.6: Vote Actions to I mprove Sector Performance
V4: Proposed Budget Allocations for 2014/15 and the Medium Term
(i) The Total Budget over the Medium Term
Table V4.1: Past Outturns and Medium Term Projections by Vote Function*
State House has a budget of Ushs 249.843bn (Two Hundred Forty Nine Billion, Eight Hundred and Forty
Three Million shillings) for FY 2014/15 to cater for recurrent and development expenditure. It will have an
increment of Shs. 9.575bn during FY 2015/16 and an additional Shs. 12.094bn in FY2016/17. These
increments will improve on the facilitation of the Presidency's activities.
This section sets out the proposed vote budget allocations for 2014/15 and the medium term, including
major areas of expenditures and any notable changes in allocations.
(ii) The major expenditure allocations in the Vote for 2014/15
Prog. 1 Headquarters, with a budget of UGX 214.836 billion, is the major programme expenditure because
it caters for both administration and support to H.E. The President.
(iii) The major planned changes in resource allocations within the Vote for 2014/15
The main planned changes from last financial year's allocation are summarised below:
- an increase in the wage ceilings by 3.585bn to cater for revisions in remuneration of the Presidential Jet
and Helicopter crews
- an increase in the Non-Wage ceilings by 38.7bn to cater for the procurement of classified equipment and
School fees for sponsored students.
- an increase in development ceilings by 5.3bn to cater for a deposit on the procurement of a Presidential
Helicopter
- a transfer of Shs. 10bn from the Donations item to the Development budget to enable the vote meet a
number of capital requirements.
* Excluding Taxes and Arrears
Table V4.2: Key Changes in Vote Resource Allocation
2013/14 Planned Actions: 2014/15 Planned Actions: MT Strategy: 2013/14 Actual Actions:
Improved Regional and International relations Sector Outcome 2:
Administration & Support to the Presidency 11 16 Vote Function:
VF Performance Issue: - Unplanned emerging issues
Continue re-prioritizing as
need arises
Adjust our priorities to take
care of critical emerging issues
as they arise
Continue re-prioritizing as
need arises
Continue re-prioritizing as
need arises
2016/17
2012/13
Outturn
Releases
End Mar
Appr.
Budget
2014/15 2015/16
MTEF Budget Projections 2013/14
Vote: 002 State House
271.512 202.233 199.900 166.714 249.843 259.418
1611 Administration & Support to the Presidency
Total for Vote:
271.512 202.233 199.900 166.714 249.843 259.418
Justification for proposed Changes
in Expenditure and Outputs
Changes in Budget Allocations and Outputs
in 2014/15 from 2013/14 Planned Levels:
Vote Function:1601 Administration & Support to the Presidency
01 Adequate financial, human & logistical resources acquired and availed 1611 Output:
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
Expenditures and Outputs by
End March
(Quantity and Location)
GoU Development
External Financingt
Total
0
0
0
581,304
0
581,304
3,348,411
0
3,348,411
Vote Overview
122
State House Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement State House
002
Table V4.3: 2013/14 and 2014/15 Budget Allocations by I tem
GoU Ext. Fin Total GoU Ext. Fin Total Million Uganda Shillings
2013/14 Approved Budget 2014/15 Draft Estimates
Output Class: Outputs Provided 201,544.7 0.0 201,544.7 234,354.3 0.0 234,354.3
6,993.0 0.0 6,993.0 10,577.6 0.0 10,577.6 211101 General Staff Salaries
14,669.8 0.0 14,669.8 14,669.8 0.0 14,669.8 211103 Allowances
66.0 0.0 66.0 66.0 0.0 66.0 213001 Medical expenses (To employees)
54.0 0.0 54.0 54.0 0.0 54.0 213002 Incapacity, death benefits and funeral expen
53.0 0.0 53.0 53.0 0.0 53.0 221001 Advertising and Public Relations
56.0 0.0 56.0 56.0 0.0 56.0 221002 Workshops and Seminars
791.2 0.0 791.2 791.2 0.0 791.2 221003 Staff Training
10.0 0.0 10.0 10.0 0.0 10.0 221004 Recruitment Expenses
78.5 0.0 78.5 78.5 0.0 78.5 221007 Books, Periodicals & Newspapers
227.0 0.0 227.0 227.0 0.0 227.0 221008 Computer supplies and Information Technol
4,755.4 0.0 4,755.4 4,755.4 0.0 4,755.4 221009 Welfare and Entertainment
2,089.8 0.0 2,089.8 3,886.1 0.0 3,886.1 221010 Special Meals and Drinks
233.3 0.0 233.3 473.2 0.0 473.2 221011 Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Bind
14.9 0.0 14.9 14.9 0.0 14.9 221016 IFMS Recurrent costs
85.0 0.0 85.0 85.0 0.0 85.0 221017 Subscriptions
0.0 0.0 0.0 25.0 0.0 25.0 221020 IPPS Recurrent Costs
1,420.6 0.0 1,420.6 1,420.6 0.0 1,420.6 222001 Telecommunications
7.6 0.0 7.6 7.6 0.0 7.6 222002 Postage and Courier
400.0 0.0 400.0 60.0 0.0 60.0 222003 Information and communications technolog
843.7 0.0 843.7 1,805.3 0.0 1,805.3 223003 Rent (Produced Assets) to private entities
1,026.4 0.0 1,026.4 1,026.4 0.0 1,026.4 223005 Electricity
606.6 0.0 606.6 606.6 0.0 606.6 223006 Water
6.0 0.0 6.0 60.0 0.0 60.0 223007 Other Utilities- (fuel, gas, firewood, charcoa
184.0 0.0 184.0 184.0 0.0 184.0 224001 Medical and Agricultural supplies
3,335.1 0.0 3,335.1 0.0 0.0 0.0 224002 General Supply of Goods and Services
18,000.0 0.0 18,000.0 36,700.0 0.0 36,700.0 224003 Classified Expenditure
0.0 0.0 0.0 394.0 0.0 394.0 224004 Cleaning and Sanitation
0.0 0.0 0.0 138.6 0.0 138.6 224005 Uniforms, Beddings and Protective Gear
0.0 0.0 0.0 1,032.4 0.0 1,032.4 224006 Agricultural Supplies
753.2 0.0 753.2 753.2 0.0 753.2 226001 Insurances
36,175.0 0.0 36,175.0 35,553.4 0.0 35,553.4 227001 Travel inland
15,530.0 0.0 15,530.0 15,530.0 0.0 15,530.0 227002 Travel abroad
15.0 0.0 15.0 15.0 0.0 15.0 227003 Carriage, Haulage, Freight and transport hir
120.0 0.0 120.0 120.0 0.0 120.0 227004 Fuel, Lubricants and Oils
Justification for proposed Changes
in Expenditure and Outputs
Changes in Budget Allocations and Outputs
in 2014/15 from 2013/14 Planned Levels:
UShs Bn: 3.649
Change mainly due to increased Wage budget ceilings to
cater for Jet & Helicopter crew salary enhancements
This is a logistical requirement to facilitate the effective
performance of the Presidency. Crew remuneration has been
enhanced to bring it in line with industry averages
02 Logistical Support, Welfare & security provided to HE The President, VP & their families 1611 Output:
UShs Bn: 18.827
Increase to cater for the procurement of Classified Equipment
This is a logistical requirement to facilitate the effective
performance of the Presidency.
06 Community outreach programmes and welfare activities attended to 1611 Output:
UShs Bn: 9.834
Increase in Ceilings to cater for outstanding obligations
As a result of gross underfunding of the development budget,
funds had to be reallocated away from this output to cater for
critical requirements. Ceilings were then adjusted upwards so as
not to curtail the Presidency's community outreach efforts
75 Purchase of Motor Vehicles and Other Transport Equipment 1611 Output:
UShs Bn: 10.612
Funds reallocated from Donations item to address pressing
requirements that were unfunded and ceilings uplifted to
cater for deposit on Presidential Helicopter
Transport Equipment is a logistical requirement to facilitate the
effective performance of the Presidency
77 Purchase of Specialised Machinery & Equipment 1611 Output:
UShs Bn: 3.348
Funds reallocated from Donations item to address pressing
requirements that were unfunded
This is a logistical requirement to facilitate the effective
performance of the Presidency.
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State House Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement State House
002
V5: Vote Cross-Cutting Policy and Other Budgetary I ssues
This section discusses how the vote's plans will address and respond to the cross-cutting policy, issues of
gender and equity; HIV/AIDS; and the Environment, and other budgetary issues such as Arrears and NTR..
(i) Cross-cutting Policy Issues
(a) Gender and Equity
(b) HI V/AI DS
(c) Environment
GoU Ext. Fin Total GoU Ext. Fin Total Million Uganda Shillings
2013/14 Approved Budget 2014/15 Draft Estimates
7,303.0 0.0 7,303.0 7,303.0 0.0 7,303.0 228002 Maintenance - Vehicles
201.0 0.0 201.0 381.0 0.0 381.0 228003 Maintenance Machinery, Equipment & Fu
4,618.6 0.0 4,618.6 4,618.6 0.0 4,618.6 228004 Maintenance Other
80,822.0 0.0 80,822.0 90,822.0 0.0 90,822.0 282101 Donations
Output Class: Capital Purchases 3,688.4 0.0 3,688.4 17,247.7 0.0 17,247.7
0.0 0.0 0.0 130.0 0.0 130.0 231001 Non Residential buildings (Depreciation)
0.0 0.0 0.0 200.0 0.0 200.0 231002 Residential buildings (Depreciation)
688.4 0.0 688.4 11,300.0 0.0 11,300.0 231004 Transport equipment
0.0 0.0 0.0 3,498.4 0.0 3,498.4 231005 Machinery and equipment
0.0 0.0 0.0 360.0 0.0 360.0 231006 Furniture and fittings (Depreciation)
0.0 0.0 0.0 1,759.3 0.0 1,759.3 312204 Taxes on Machinery, Furniture & Vehicles
3,000.0 0.0 3,000.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 312206 Gross Tax
Output Class: Arrears 0.0 0.0 0.0 434.3 0.0 434.3
0.0 0.0 0.0 289.8 0.0 289.8 321612 Water arrears(Budgeting)
0.0 0.0 0.0 144.6 0.0 144.6 321614 Electricity arrears (Budgeting)
205,233.1 0.0 205,233.1 252,036.3 0.0 252,036.3 Grand Total:
Total Excluding Taxes and Arrears 202,233.1 0.0 202,233.1 249,842.7 0.0 249,842.7
To increase women's participation in rural transformation and household income generation Objective:
Women should play an active role in household production and income generation
Support organised women groups in the districts of Gomba, Sembabule and Nakaseke
0.05
Number of women groups supported
Issue of Concern :
Proposed Intervensions
Budget Allocations
Performance Indicators
UGX billion
Objective: To Support staff living with HIV/AIDS
The need for staff to access medical care and counselling as well as increasing
productivity
1. Contribution towards medical care expenses
2. Providing counselling & related services
0.04
Number of staff supported
Issue of Concern :
Proposed Intervensions
Budget Allocations
Performance Indicators
UGX billion
Objective: To mobilise the population to conserve the environment
Reducing dangers associated with poor utilisation of natural resources Issue of Concern :
Proposed Intervensions
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Ministerial Policy Statement State House
002
(ii) Verrified Outstanding Arrears for the Vote
(iii) Non Tax Revenue Collections
None
NTR is expected to be collected from the sale of tender document, boarded off stores and vehicles.
Payee Payment Due Date Amount (UShs Bn)
UMEME 7/31/2014 0.15
National Water and Sewerage Corporation 7/31/2014 0.29
Total: 0.435
Source of NTR UShs Bn
2014/15
Projected
2013/14
Prel
Actual
2013/14
Budget
2012/13
Actual
Sale of (Produced) Government Properties/Assets 0.000 0.000
Sale of non-produced Government Properties/assets 0.028 0.000
Sale of publications 0.002 0.002
Total: 0.030 0.002
Mobilisation and sensitisation programmes for environmental sustainability
0.05
Number of sensitisation programmes
Budget Allocations
Performance Indicators
UGX billion
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Vote Function 1611: Administration & Support to the Presidency
Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
296 Tiboruhanga Emmanuel 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1591 Akankwasa Agnes 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1590 Bugigi Angela 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1585 Mwesigwa N. Wilber 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
214 Mwerango Samuel 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
222 Muhanguzi Joseph 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
253 Nsereko Sebuliba Joseph 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
257 Cosma Muhangi 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
273 Goretti Maria Mbabazi 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
275 Ssempagala Moses 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
341 Nambatya Justine 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
291 Kimbowa Jonathan 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
2126 Annet Twikirize 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1578 Tungakwo Phoebe 79,497,072 U8 6,624,756 79,497,072 U8 6,624,756 0
306 Mirembe Joyce 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
157 Tinkamalirwe Maliko 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1567 Rubaire Godfrey 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
315 Byaruhanga Medard 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
330 Serwanga John Bosco 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
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Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
334 Juuko Yusuf 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
335 Kayondo James Kwesiga 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
34 Mukasa Sarah 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1661 Manoti Mohammed 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
283 Baryamwisaki Coronadi 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
163 Besigye Kellen 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
585 Tumuhairwe Ellon 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
166 Musisi Godfrey 26,094,672 U8 2,174,556 26,094,672 U8 2,174,556 0
1657 Naturinda Jonan 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1655 Egwali Rashid 25,848,576 U8 2,154,048 25,848,576 U8 2,154,048 0
1646 Nakakawa Florence 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1644 Nkaada Nelson 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1643 Nambejja Hanifa 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
164 Ruhinda Edward 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
2078 Flora Nyangoro 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
2084 Fred Mukisa Katongole 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1592 Ainembabazi Peace 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
2089 Emma Kukunda 115,200,000 U8 9,600,000 115,200,000 U8 9,600,000 0
1593 Kyasimire Patience 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
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Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
2093 Muhammed Kafuuma Ziloole 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1628 Kasali David 115,200,000 U8 9,600,000 115,200,000 U8 9,600,000 0
1622 Mukundane Bernard 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1621 Kayiwa Shaban 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1608 Arinaitwe Deus 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1607 Ainomugisha Michael 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1605 Sabiiti George 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
2122 Lilian Riria 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1599 Akampurira Solomon 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
345 Friday Annet 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
2085 Daniel Jjingo 115,200,000 U8 9,600,000 115,200,000 U8 9,600,000 0
1545 Musubika Dianah 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1553 Sewanyana Joshua 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
155 Tumusiime John 25,800,336 U8 2,150,028 25,800,336 U8 2,150,028 0
493 Katushabe Patrick 27,862,272 U8 2,321,856 27,862,272 U8 2,321,856 0
495 Tumwebaze Bernard 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
496 Ntale Abdul 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
497 Kalenzi Sam 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
499 Dumba Siraje 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
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Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
503 Mukasa Saidi 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1547 Nayebare Georgina 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
340 Kamugisha Arthur 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
521 Mulindwa Laban 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
461 Rutogogo Sam 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1544 Mulumba Fred 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
539 Mukasa Yakola James 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
543 Kyasimire Joy 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
544 Kabarokore Jane 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
557 Mugenyi Richard 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
558 Twahirwa Damas 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
567 Mugoya Ali 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
576 Monday Moses 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
581 Monday S. K. 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
584 Tukahebwa Winfred 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
517 Ssenoga Fred 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1563 Banabera Rebecca 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
349 Diku Charles 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
36 Mutabazi Joseph 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
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Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
360 Mudebo Divas 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
364 Rushesha Sam 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1566 Mwirumubi James 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
374 Balikoowa Ismail 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1564 Lubuya Brian 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
381 Turyatunga Julius 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
385 Ninsiima Rugunduka Asaph 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
4 Kasasira Francis 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
472 Gumusiriza Adolf 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
403 Taaka Robinah 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
462 Ssozi Bosco 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1789 Tumwesigye David 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
406 Kirumira Henry 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1562 Atine Samuel 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
43 Basiga Kasiano 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1561 Akwanget Paul 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1558 Azairwe Enos 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1556 Nakasi Violet 23,330,448 U8 1,944,204 23,330,448 U8 1,944,204 0
449 Kaganda Geoffrey 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
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Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
452 Makeba Marion 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1662 Baguma Baryareba Grace 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
400 Magezi William 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1733 Nuwemugizi Christine 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1840 Nyanzi Asuman 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1841 Lwere George Anthony 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1842 Mubiru Wilson 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1846 Luganda Katavu Leo 25,848,576 U8 2,154,048 25,848,576 U8 2,154,048 0
1754 Tandeka Caroline 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1753 Prossy Kemigisa 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1736 Busingye Evelyn 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1855 Martin Asiimwe 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1859 Ongom Derick 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1902 Mugarura Robert 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1861 Loy Kanshama 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1837 Geoffrey Sande Ssenyonga 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1732 Bongomin Deo 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1731 Kasolo Simon 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1730 Ndiyo Patrick 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
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Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
173 Kyomuhendo Eunice Emily 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1729 Birungi Juliet 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1875 Mark Kulumba 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1878 Josephine Akampurira 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1882 Sarah Nambasa 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1883 Namanya Richard Nuunu 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1660 Zziwa Jimmy 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1860 Ssegawa Dan 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1814 Musubuzi Twaibu 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1788 Buye Adam 25,848,576 U8 2,154,048 25,848,576 U8 2,154,048 0
1792 Byaruhanga Samuel 25,848,576 U8 2,154,048 25,848,576 U8 2,154,048 0
1786 Mutumba David 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
18 Nava Rita Florance 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1801 Peter Waligo 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1803 Damulira Fred 25,848,576 U8 2,154,048 25,848,576 U8 2,154,048 0
1804 Mujuni K. Willy 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1783 Ssebukyu Sane 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 25,848,576 U8 2,154,048 2,947,680
1808 Geoffrey Ziridamu 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1780 Mucunguzi Geoffrey 25,848,576 U8 2,154,048 25,848,576 U8 2,154,048 0
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Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
1839 Sadala Ddumba 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1769 Osege Peter 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1838 Naome Asasira 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1817 Mugisha Aldrine 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1818 Musa Muwanika 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1819 Kiyemba Swalik 25,848,576 U8 2,154,048 25,848,576 U8 2,154,048 0
1820 Kalinaki Bakali 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1762 Mwesigwa George Milton 25,362,576 U8 2,113,548 25,362,576 U8 2,113,548 0
1831 Nabirye Sarah 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1832 Waiswa Juliet 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1761 Walakira Sulaiman 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1836 Scovia Namala 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1904 Mukiibi Kyaze Ibrahim 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1773 Mirembe Henry 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1994 Gorreti Mukasa 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1976 Nuwagira Edwin Mark 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1977 Sunday Peter Banko 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1982 Arinaitwe Salim 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1983 Arumadri Godfrey 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
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1984 Ssendawula Tito 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1985 Mupenzi Emmanuel 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1986 Bwanaranda Banabasi 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1988 Kukunda Naome 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1989 Kasisaki Christine 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
10 Kabwimukya Resty 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1991 Lubowa Hussain 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1965 Katsigazi Joseph 115,200,000 U8 9,600,000 115,200,000 U8 9,600,000 0
2002 Arnold Mugarura 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
2013 Beatrice Nyeko 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
2014 Beatrice Kyogabirwe 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1678 Tumwine James 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1677 Miiti K. M. Vincent 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1673 Nabasa Apollo 25,848,576 U8 2,154,048 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 -480,240
2042 Sam Okiror 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1672 Kizito Joseph 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1668 Kyasimire Annet 23,330,448 U8 1,944,204 23,330,448 U8 1,944,204 0
1664 Lubwama Wasswa Twahir 25,362,576 U8 2,113,548 25,362,576 U8 2,113,548 0
1990 Nkalubo John 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
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1927 Hassan Luyima 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1905 Godfrey Rugongeza 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1906 Abel Katutu Bamwonjobora 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1908 John Bosco Nuwagaba 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1909 Kulu Kibwika Joseph 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1910 Cherop Tom Newton 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1912 Monday Alex 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1913 Mujuni Alex 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1914 Mugyenyi Abert 25,848,576 U8 2,154,048 25,848,576 U8 2,154,048 0
1725 Jovia Namara 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1921 Tumusiime Frank 115,200,000 U8 9,600,000 115,200,000 U8 9,600,000 0
1692 Ismail Kivumbi 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1718 Womugisha Felix 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1966 Ssemwanga Hassan 115,200,000 U8 9,600,000 115,200,000 U8 9,600,000 0
1928 Mirembe Mary 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1715 Oluka Nicholas 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
17 Kabahweza Rose 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1948 Nuwahereza Jackline 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1951 Victor Ategeka 115,200,000 U8 9,600,000 115,200,000 U8 9,600,000 0
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1697 Lubega Joseph Ngabo 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1693 Jamil Kawooya 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1963 Mukiibi Rashid 115,200,000 U8 9,600,000 115,200,000 U8 9,600,000 0
1964 Ssajjabi Juma 115,200,000 U8 9,600,000 115,200,000 U8 9,600,000 0
412 Kalemba Harriet 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1719 Ssengonzi Philip 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1498 Mugisa Martin 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1119 Kamukama Jovia 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1336 Kabandize Scovia 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1140 Mubiru Alex 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1500 Nsamba Edward Musisi 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1150 Ssemazzi Emmanuel 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1499 Ogwang Michael Cosmas 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
897 Mutebi Ronald 28,392,048 U8 2,366,004 28,392,048 U8 2,366,004 0
1501 Nabunya Hanifa 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
9 Twaha Babu 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1123 Baguma Godfrey 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1164 Watundu Moses 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
908 Tusingwire Deus 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
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910 Sanyu Peace 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1497 Kwaga Grace Solome 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1496 Birungi Winfred 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1495 Namakolo Susan 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
919 Kihumuro Phoebe 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1156 Nuwagira Moses 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1505 Kasule Helen Nakayiza 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1120 Musasizi Moses 23,330,448 U8 1,944,204 23,330,448 U8 1,944,204 0
82 Nabawanuka Margaret 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
827 Mukuba John 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1333 Kabahubya Deborah 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
842 Nakaweke Monica Ayela 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
847 Beyunga Richard 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
850 Nabimanya Jane 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
95 Twesigye Specioza 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1506 Nairuba Florence 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
12 Oron Tom 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1504 Nababi Alizic 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1503 Dracia Vicky 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
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887 Asaba Alex 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
868 Tumwebaze Benson 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
871 Nanyonjo Victoria 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
876 Bautu charles 23,330,448 U8 1,944,204 23,330,448 U8 1,944,204 0
1329 Dipio Jane 23,330,448 U8 1,944,204 23,330,448 U8 1,944,204 0
1507 Namyalo Immaculate 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1410 Ouni Geofrey 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1450 Nabwire Beatrice 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1444 Mbabazi Alice 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1438 Nalugo Sandra Faudey 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1262 Turyaba Moses 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1423 Mbabazi Annet 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1270 Kisembo Aldrine 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
142 Asaba Richard 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1328 Tumwine Phoebe 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1411 Baryamujura Ignatius 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1453 Amullen Pamella 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1293 Masambo Robert 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1296 Kamatenesi Joan 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
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1321 Busingye Lillian 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1375 Mugasa Joseph 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1306 Esatu John Robert 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1307 Oketch John Andrew 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1317 Nshemereirwe Samuel 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1416 Nabyonga Dorothy 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
977 Kivumbi Daniel 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1502 Namatovu Joy 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
944 Mukiza William 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
949 Wasswa Fred 28,392,048 U8 2,366,004 28,392,048 U8 2,366,004 0
588 Muhwezi Wilson 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1213 Were Patrick Arrons 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
96 Ndinoha Christopher 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1481 Karabareme Denis 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1451 Nabuyobo Ethel 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1480 Nakalema Hannah 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1452 Nabukwasi Rebecca 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1365 Karugaba Edmond 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1368 Anyakun Simon Peter 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
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987 Ngirabakunzi Richard 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1369 Nyangani John Bosco 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1473 Odoi Dismas 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
146 Kyomugasho Florence 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1456 Tusiime Brenda 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1183 Stanley Katumba 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
971 Mwolobi Aida 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
719 Baine Emmanuel 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
694 Semwanga Isa 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1048 Aboce Lawrence 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0 U8 -22,900,896
1511 Nambasi Annet 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
701 Biryomumaisho Fostino 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
62 Ssensamba Betty 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
752 Nansiri Miriam 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
617 Nabirye Sarah 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1044 Kimera Mohamed 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0 U8 -22,900,896
1004 Mugasa Joseph 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1002 Kamugisha Darlington 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
687 Ocen Francis 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
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734 Ngabirano John 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1054 Nuwetwine David 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0 U8 -22,900,896
741 Kalyango Robert 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
704 Senyonga Abdul 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1014 Atukunda Anna Runonzya 25,136,208 U8 2,094,684 25,136,208 U8 2,094,684 0
662 Ignatius Ssemwanga 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
660 Namutebi Margaret 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
66 John Baptist Pamba 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1018 Arinaitwe Constance 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
634 Arinaitwe Elias 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1021 Mwesigye Keneth Kamima 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
627 Titwineibanja Emmanuel. 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
632 Kabugo Ronald 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
628 Kisambira Alamanzani 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1526 Kajolima Christine 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1522 Mbabazi Annet Hadija 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
629 Ssali Stephen 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
870 Chandiru Faith Dorcus 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1042 Tumwebaze Primah 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
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151 Nsubuga Bernard 26,337,600 U8 2,194,800 26,337,600 U8 2,194,800 0
664 Bamwesigye James 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
763 Mwangi Yusuf 25,800,336 U8 2,150,028 25,800,336 U8 2,150,028 0
79 Moria Lucy 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
616 Nakayima Grace 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
11 Kisembo Margaret 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
793 Mwesigwa Rossette 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
609 Kankunda Joy 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
798 Nabasa Missa Joyce 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
800 Mawejje Andrew 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1076 Mugisha Charity 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1067 Asimwe Charity 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
154 Kiwanuka Yakub 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
600 Mwiliriza Margaret 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1509 Akware Ruth 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1065 Tayebwa David 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
6 Sunday Jackson 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
801 Kashemeire Allen 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
762 Abdulla Kavuma 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
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1508 Kikobya Maliza Joy 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
761 Jingo Frank 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1339 Kabahenda Edith 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
772 Katunguka Esau 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
814 Senyonga Vincent 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
756 Twesigye Herbert 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1727 Mwebesa Allan 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 0
1717 Bongole Joshua 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 0
1474 Kiragga Sulah 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 0
1308 Nabulya Jascent 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 0
633 Kiyingi Fred 45,081,648 U7 3,756,804 45,081,648 U7 3,756,804 0
519 Itungo Joram 34,647,120 U7 2,887,260 34,647,120 U7 2,887,260 0
1957 Kwikiriza Peter 144,000,000 U7 12,000,000 144,000,000 U7 12,000,000 0
1962 Ssemanda Fredrick 144,000,000 U7 12,000,000 144,000,000 U7 12,000,000 0
1398 Kamukama Allen 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 0
1696 Erima Samson Were 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 0
1679 Kato Blessing 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 0
56 Higiro Celestino 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 0
1967 Setuba Gerald 144,000,000 U7 12,000,000 144,000,000 U7 12,000,000 0
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1272 Nakagolo Monica Nsime 41,526,000 U7 3,460,500 41,526,000 U7 3,460,500 0
561 Nyenda Judith 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 0
1698 Kansiime Nathan 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 0
523 Nayebare Joy 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 0
621 Kigozi Hillary 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 0
1956 Tukamwesiga Andrew 144,000,000 U7 12,000,000 144,000,000 U7 12,000,000 0
1265 Katushabe Stella 46,102,032 U7 3,841,836 46,102,032 U7 3,841,836 0
1295 Komuhangi Charity 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 0
1955 Bbale Francis 144,000,000 U7 12,000,000 144,000,000 U7 12,000,000 0
525 Tumwesigye Fred 45,081,648 U7 3,756,804 45,081,648 U7 3,756,804 0
524 Namanya James 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 0
1716 Namubiru Lukia 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 0
265 Musisi Richard 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 0
1652 Raisi Haward Gobi 144,000,000 U7 12,000,000 144,000,000 U7 12,000,000 0
1618 Byaruhanga Bernard 144,000,000 U7 12,000,000 144,000,000 U7 12,000,000 0
1610 Twinomucunguzi Esther J. 25,368,336 U7 2,114,028 25,368,336 U7 2,114,028 0
2110 Alfred Bosco Byaruhanga 46,101,888 U7 3,841,824 46,101,888 U7 3,841,824 0
1807 Frank Mubiru 144,000,000 U7 12,000,000 144,000,000 U7 12,000,000 0
1130 Waibi Wagutu Patrick 35,311,824 U7 2,942,652 35,311,824 U7 2,942,652 0
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1354 Bakanyenza Henry B. 35,311,824 U7 2,942,652 35,311,824 U7 2,942,652 0
372 Natukunda Joy 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 0
1623 Kasana Karugaba 144,000,000 U7 12,000,000 144,000,000 U7 12,000,000 0
223 Byaruhanga Godwin 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 0
1626 Mwesigwa Vincent 144,000,000 U7 12,000,000 144,000,000 U7 12,000,000 0
267 Kakuru Loius 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 0
272 Mwesigwa Dinah Lule 33,802,128 U7 2,816,844 33,802,128 U7 2,816,844 0
348 Kateeba David 45,081,648 U7 3,756,804 45,081,648 U7 3,756,804 0
852 Seremba Richard 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 0
305 Henry Lwera 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 0
1576 Naikazi Betsy Barbrah 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 0
310 Kihembo Saphira 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 0
832 Kabazaire Rose 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 0
110 Kobusingye Deborah 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 0
1320 Mbabazi Rosette 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 0
1487 Wamala Harriet 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 0
1752 Jean Tracy Kabaikya 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 0
122 Kiconco Catherine Mugisha 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 0
49 Kisembo Godfrey 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 0
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185 Nakasi Jackline 35,311,824 U7 2,942,652 35,311,824 U7 2,942,652 0
486 Musoke Wandira J. B. Gera 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 0
1357 Balinda David N. 46,102,032 U7 3,841,836 46,102,032 U7 3,841,836 0
1530 Asaba Immaculate 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 0
1529 Kansiime Harriet 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 0
71 Rukambuza Monica 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 0
460 Mabirizi Kato Ernest 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 0
2028 Vincent Obwin 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 0
1922 Ahimbisibwe Nicholas 144,000,000 U7 12,000,000 144,000,000 U7 12,000,000 0
1109 Mukasa Joanita N. 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 0
930 Katende Francis 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 0
692 Karuhanga Abatoni Anna 43,260,192 U7 3,605,016 43,260,192 U7 3,605,016 0
1630 Sebutinde Yasin 144,000,000 U7 12,000,000 144,000,000 U7 12,000,000 0
440 Muwanga David 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 0
2086 Godfrey Mugabi 144,000,000 U7 12,000,000 144,000,000 U7 12,000,000 0
189 Komugisha Jane 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 0
1627 Ganafa Ben 144,000,000 U7 12,000,000 144,000,000 U7 12,000,000 0
1721 Wakite Geoffrey 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 0
1750 Penina Nabaloga 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
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1809 Maureen Kanyunyuzi 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
1821 Ocen Milton 61,151,616 U6 5,095,968 61,151,616 U6 5,095,968 0
1826 Dorcus Tugabirwe 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
1830 George William Nalumoso 45,773,280 U6 3,814,440 45,773,280 U6 3,814,440 0
1758 Erima Charles 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
1212 Kihambura Uziah 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
1129 Oboth Rek Elly 42,382,656 U6 3,531,888 42,382,656 U6 3,531,888 0
1756 Kabahindi Hadija 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
1894 Kibirige Francis 79,497,072 U6 6,624,756 79,497,072 U6 6,624,756 0
1740 Enid Agatha Abaho 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 42,382,656 U6 3,531,888 -2,556,000
1244 Rubongoya Violet 23,164,416 U6 1,930,368 23,164,416 U6 1,930,368 0
1245 Kansiime Vasta 53,975,520 U6 4,497,960 53,975,520 U6 4,497,960 0
1863 Grania Arinda 48,381,408 U6 4,031,784 48,381,408 U6 4,031,784 0
130 Rujuta William 79,497,072 U6 6,624,756 79,497,072 U6 6,624,756 0
1891 Peace Byiringiro 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
1757 Adrole Yelstine 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
89 Kimuli William 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
408 James Mubeezi 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
319 Birimbiro Harriet 53,492,544 U6 4,457,712 53,492,544 U6 4,457,712 0
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308 Mukiibi Robina 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
2133 Japeth Aheebwa Kabagambe 86,400,000 U6 7,200,000 86,400,000 U6 7,200,000 0
2132 Alphonse Kiiza 86,400,000 U6 7,200,000 86,400,000 U6 7,200,000 0
326 Kiggundu James 79,534,656 U6 6,627,888 79,534,656 U6 6,627,888 0
886 Nalukwago Agnes 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 42,382,656 U6 3,531,888 -2,556,000
328 Senkubuge Madina 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
891 Agaba Jennipher 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
2118 Dorothy Tabisa Omongole 86,400,000 U6 7,200,000 86,400,000 U6 7,200,000 0
899 Busingye Beatrice 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
2094 William Tizoomu 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
1485 Nambi Alice 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
2072 Faridah Nassali Mayanja 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
2129 Erisania Isingoma 86,400,000 U6 7,200,000 86,400,000 U6 7,200,000 0
739 Kalibala Jacob 79,497,072 U6 6,624,756 79,497,072 U6 6,624,756 0
1539 Nsamba Zula 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
1540 Kabonge Sam 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
1538 Kisaka Augustine 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
48 Kahwa Mary 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
691 Apio Otuba Christine 43,210,368 U6 3,600,864 43,210,368 U6 3,600,864 0
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324 Namuyimba Janat 49,268,160 U6 4,105,680 49,268,160 U6 4,105,680 0
1521 Kahwa Robinah 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
955 Rukundo Frank Buringiri 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
395 Bamwine Rhoda 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
379 Kabula Lovisa 44,932,896 U6 3,744,408 44,932,896 U6 3,744,408 0
758 Muloddi Molly 49,268,160 U6 4,105,680 49,268,160 U6 4,105,680 0
356 Wabusa Alice 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
350 Karamagi M. J. 24,671,088 U6 2,055,924 24,671,088 U6 2,055,924 0
343 Kidda Margaret 53,194,464 U6 4,432,872 53,194,464 U6 4,432,872 0
448 Nanfuka Jane 54,035,424 U6 4,502,952 54,035,424 U6 4,502,952 0
1405 Nayebare Monick 52,650,288 U6 4,387,524 52,650,288 U6 4,387,524 0
1380 Lobwangor Jane 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
1394 Kibirige Bob 79,497,072 U6 6,624,756 79,497,072 U6 6,624,756 0
1968 Ernest Kyendigwaku 288,000,000 U6 24,000,000 288,000,000 U6 24,000,000 0
1689 Nabona Irene Susan 48,381,408 U6 4,031,784 48,381,408 U6 4,031,784 0
1981 Deo Kwesiga 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
2005 Jamida Nalule 86,400,000 U6 7,200,000 86,400,000 U6 7,200,000 0
2039 Anyipo Aporu 86,400,000 U6 7,200,000 86,400,000 U6 7,200,000 0
975 Okoed Stephen 51,151,824 U6 4,262,652 51,151,824 U6 4,262,652 0
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2038 Teddy Acam 86,400,000 U6 7,200,000 86,400,000 U6 7,200,000 0
1709 Mwesiga Richard 83,444,256 U5 6,953,688 83,444,256 U5 6,953,688 0
1710 Barigye Robert 83,444,256 U5 6,953,688 83,444,256 U5 6,953,688 0
1728 Monday Jackson 60,158,736 U5 5,013,228 60,158,736 U5 5,013,228 0
1711 Rwashande Godfrey B. 83,444,256 U5 6,953,688 83,444,256 U5 6,953,688 0
1712 Murangi Willy 83,444,256 U5 6,953,688 83,444,256 U5 6,953,688 0
1373 Ssekajugo Fredrick 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 0
1714 Nagaba Jotham 83,444,256 U5 6,953,688 83,444,256 U5 6,953,688 0
1297 Nyabongo Deborah 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 0
137 Nsubuga J. R. G. 48,381,408 U5 4,031,784 48,381,408 U5 4,031,784 0
1532 Nantume Teddy 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 0
1784 Amandu Silvio 79,497,072 U5 6,624,756 79,497,072 U5 6,624,756 0
1356 Keronga Stephen 39,237,264 U5 3,269,772 39,237,264 U5 3,269,772 0
1351 Mayeku Roberts 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 0
135 Vini Bally 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 0
1713 Kasasira Benon 83,444,256 U5 6,953,688 83,444,256 U5 6,953,688 0
1386 Mpiima Achilles 44,938,656 U5 3,744,888 44,938,656 U5 3,744,888 0
1667 Kenyena Norah 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 0
1493 Nakasi Margaret 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 0
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1489 Takaisa Mpiya Awali 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 0
1214 Acam Hellen 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 0
1292 Ntege Grace 79,497,072 U5 6,624,756 79,497,072 U5 6,624,756 0
1335 Ntegeka Jimmy 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 0
1417 Natukunda Jennifer 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 0
1430 Nayebare Frank 79,497,072 U5 6,624,756 79,497,072 U5 6,624,756 0
1687 Jennifer Kanyijuka 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 0
1490 Ssemanda Thomas 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 0
1686 Kwagala Maureen 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 0
1476 Akello Jennifer 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 0
118 Mbabazi Kasabiiti Betty 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 0
1699 Odongo Emmanuel 82,111,104 U5 6,842,592 82,111,104 U5 6,842,592 0
2015 Teddy Alideki 60,158,736 U5 5,013,228 60,158,736 U5 5,013,228 0
1888 Kaayi Ronald 216,000,000 U5 18,000,000 216,000,000 U5 18,000,000 0
1869 Josephine Omara 60,158,736 U5 5,013,228 60,158,736 U5 5,013,228 0
1868 Caleb Kashugyera 60,158,736 U5 5,013,228 60,158,736 U5 5,013,228 0
2060 Godfrey Wepondi 216,000,000 U5 18,000,000 216,000,000 U5 18,000,000 0
789 Omara John 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 0
1958 Kajjoba Fred 216,000,000 U5 18,000,000 216,000,000 U5 18,000,000 0
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94 Irumba Dorine 48,381,408 U5 4,031,784 48,381,408 U5 4,031,784 0
2043 Katuutu Hilda 79,497,072 U5 6,624,756 79,497,072 U5 6,624,756 0
1790 Kavule Vincent 79,497,072 U5 6,624,756 79,497,072 U5 6,624,756 0
974 Agama Nelson 53,975,520 U5 4,497,960 53,975,520 U5 4,497,960 0
2023 Nakaye Mary Theresa 57,957,120 U5 4,829,760 57,957,120 U5 4,829,760 0
613 Barinda Patsy 79,497,072 U5 6,624,756 79,497,072 U5 6,624,756 0
885 Matanda Geoffrey 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 0
2124 Beatrice Asio 66,258,864 U5 5,521,572 66,258,864 U5 5,521,572 0
1961 Kiiza Stanley 216,000,000 U5 18,000,000 216,000,000 U5 18,000,000 0
375 Mujuni Lincoln 60,158,736 U5 5,013,228 60,158,736 U5 5,013,228 0
1959 Musoke Charles 216,000,000 U5 18,000,000 216,000,000 U5 18,000,000 0
1806 Diana Tumukunde 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 0
431 Kishaki Jane 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 0
1810 Fred Besigye 79,497,072 U5 6,624,756 79,497,072 U5 6,624,756 0
1960 Kato Ronald 216,000,000 U5 18,000,000 216,000,000 U5 18,000,000 0
1811 George William Ssenabulya 79,497,072 U5 6,624,756 79,497,072 U5 6,624,756 0
2107 Viola Nachwa Kawuma 57,844,944 U5 4,820,412 57,844,944 U5 4,820,412 0
438 Mujuni Venancio 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 0
1834 Benon Mugisha 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 0
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478 Kizito William 60,158,736 U5 5,013,228 60,158,736 U5 5,013,228 0
530 Tayebwa Winnie Kampororo 60,158,736 U5 5,013,228 60,158,736 U5 5,013,228 0
370 Kakuhikire Susan 60,158,736 U5 5,013,228 60,158,736 U5 5,013,228 0
2040 Mugarura Max Sherurah 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 0
1240 Namubiru Faridah 79,399,152 U4 6,616,596 79,399,152 U4 6,616,596 0
1603 Kayeyera Isabirye Robert 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 0
905 Nalunga Rosemary 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 0
2046 Kenneth Kennson Biija 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 133,502,976 U4 11,125,248 -5,340,240
2050 Barbara Akampwera 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 0
1237 Ayebale Sarah 118,160,064 U4 9,846,672 118,160,064 U4 9,846,672 0
2049 Daphine Nkwanzi 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 0
67400 Besiima Ronald 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 0
1973 Ssemujju Godfrey 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 0
914 Ndyaremwaki Edmond 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 0
2044 Kukunda Samantha 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 133,502,976 U4 11,125,248 -5,340,240
1155 Byaruhanga Benson 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 0
426 Tukahabwa Miriam Karugaba 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 0
300 Wangolo Wetsenje Shiribo 150,077,088 U4 12,506,424 150,077,088 U4 12,506,424 0
1584 Semugoma Kiiza Frederick 102,983,616 U4 8,581,968 102,983,616 U4 8,581,968 0
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123 Bwajojo Paul Kazenga 89,242,560 U4 7,436,880 89,242,560 U4 7,436,880 0
2130 Gertrude Mbabazi 101,777,040 U4 8,481,420 101,777,040 U4 8,481,420 0
1543 Nayebare Kellen 82,167,264 U4 6,847,272 82,167,264 U4 6,847,272 0
1542 Nankunda Molly 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 0
2112 Patrick Eyek 79,399,152 U4 6,616,596 79,399,152 U4 6,616,596 0
677 Vicky Iziku Isadru 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 0
1617 Aciro Alice Okot 85,736,304 U4 7,144,692 85,736,304 U4 7,144,692 0
2053 Coleen Tusiime 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 0
1619 Byamungu Katusiime Charles 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 0
2101 Loyce Nahabwe 101,777,040 U4 8,481,420 101,777,040 U4 8,481,420 0
1527 Heshima Daria 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 0
2092 Emilly Nabukenya 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 0
2083 Betty Kayezu 101,777,040 U4 8,481,420 101,777,040 U4 8,481,420 0
1523 Nabulya Harriet 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 0
1105 Kyohairwe Catherine 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 0
1642 Lilian Kalibera Mugasa 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 0
699 Musinguzi Vincent 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 0
1616 Nakiyaga Amina 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 0
1011 Gaigulo Peter 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 0
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1470 Kyeyune Joseph 806,400,000 U4 67,200,000 806,400,000 U4 67,200,000 0
1469 Orionzi Steven 806,400,000 U4 67,200,000 806,400,000 U4 67,200,000 0
1867 Samson Barihona 133,502,976 U4 11,125,248 133,502,976 U4 11,125,248 0
1264 Bagaaju Kakoono Norma 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 0
1274 Nayiga Esther Lilian 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 0
1446 Mukasa Joseph 806,400,000 U4 67,200,000 806,400,000 U4 67,200,000 0
1854 Wasaka Namukobe Evelyn 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 0
1743 Stella Yamangusho 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 0
1747 Lugaya Joel 806,400,000 U4 67,200,000 806,400,000 U4 67,200,000 0
1749 Joseph Ssemazi Makanga 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 0
1471 Mugoda Wilberforce 82,167,264 U4 6,847,272 82,167,264 U4 6,847,272 0
1851 Esther Akello 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 0
1299 Lolem Josephine 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 0
1007 Gyezaho Fred 85,736,304 U4 7,144,692 85,736,304 U4 7,144,692 0
1313 Nuwe Elizabeth 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 0
1760 Ataremwa Edmund Mugizi 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 0
1324 Walusimbi Sulaiman 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 0
134 Wabwire Francis 150,077,088 U4 12,506,424 150,077,088 U4 12,506,424 0
1813 Farouk Kirunda 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 0
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177 Ruth Chelangat 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 0
1778 Chemusto Sarah 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 0
1781 Nambatya Josephine 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 0
1355 Nambi Harriet 79,399,152 U4 6,616,596 79,399,152 U4 6,616,596 0
1852 Birungi Agnes 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 0
1705 Ssebuliba Richard 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 0
1047 Taremwa Amos 85,736,304 U4 7,144,692 85,736,304 U4 7,144,692 0
1482 Mwima Gideon 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 0
1484 Owomugisha Christine 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 0
959 Mugumya George 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 0
1707 Mwesigye Justus 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 0
1708 Kasozi Tadeo 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 0
1703 Ariho Melkaides 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 0
941 Baguma Bernard 79,399,152 U4 6,616,596 79,399,152 U4 6,616,596 0
1943 Amjad Elias Mugisha 806,400,000 U4 67,200,000 806,400,000 U4 67,200,000 0
1925 Benon Abaho Tumusiime 806,400,000 U4 67,200,000 806,400,000 U4 67,200,000 0
983 Makoha Francis Egesa 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 0
1886 Charlotte Kyohairwe Magezi 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1236 Ankunda Jovia 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
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1311 Nabagereka Sarah 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1314 Kyasimire Rose 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
913 Martial Andrew 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1233 Byamukama Bweshenga Francis 864,000,000 U3 72,000,000 864,000,000 U3 72,000,000 0
1334 Tamale Mirundi 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1483 Kemigisa Lilian 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1402 Ochieng Edward Sunday 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
446 Katama Florence 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1218 Fagayo Eric 129,677,040 U3 10,806,420 129,677,040 U3 10,806,420 0
1378 Nabusayi Linda Wamboka 94,921,056 U3 7,910,088 94,921,056 U3 7,910,088 0
1345 Nanyonga Allen 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1439 Aluma N. Y. Ariku 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
725 Karuhanga Wilson 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1516 Longa Godfrey 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1517 Thopacu Alfred Owiny 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
986 Muwonge Charles Sebataya 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1519 Bindeeba Barbara Cynthia. 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
862 Odetta Samuel 157,652,208 U3 13,137,684 157,652,208 U3 13,137,684 0
863 Ndi Yobo Peter 157,652,208 U3 13,137,684 157,652,208 U3 13,137,684 0
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1488 Mugamba Mathias 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1437 Rukundo Eric Agumya 128,265,264 U3 10,688,772 128,265,264 U3 10,688,772 0
918 Matsiko James Arthur 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
131 Mutebire David 119,490,048 U3 9,957,504 119,490,048 U3 9,957,504 0
865 Akundwe Ferdinand 157,652,208 U3 13,137,684 157,652,208 U3 13,137,684 0
1310 Tezikuba Birungi Aisha 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1528 Kenanga Scovia 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
672 Etyang Felicity 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
641 Christine Charity Mwebesa 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
630 Komuhangi Christine 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1478 Namara Christine 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
993 Bogere Swamadu 157,652,208 U3 13,137,684 157,652,208 U3 13,137,684 0
1479 Tinaruhanga Charlotte 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
864 Okoth Stanislaus 157,652,208 U3 13,137,684 157,652,208 U3 13,137,684 0
2041 Butesi Juliana Sheila 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
2077 Victoria Akakikunda 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1074 Nabasa Immaculate 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1864 Ndyomugyenyi Sandra 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1053 Nakayima Lydia 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
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2048 Caroline Rwakihembo 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
2047 Aida Tegeki 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1017 Bindeeba Joy Connie. 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1866 Apio Immaculate Mary 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1020 Nasuuna Zuraiha 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
2045 Awino Winnie Christine 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1739 Wilberforce Turyakira 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1671 Nalwanga Sarah 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1735 Ikilai Faith Dorcus 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1722 Bahije Thomas Abwooli 864,000,000 U3 72,000,000 864,000,000 U3 72,000,000 0
1681 Katabarwa Asiimwe Redemptor 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1684 Munywanyi C. Moses 119,490,048 U3 9,957,504 119,490,048 U3 9,957,504 0
1987 Mbabazi Monica 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
313 Nuwe Rosean 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1926 Kusiima Jacqueline 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1933 Gabriel Byamukama 157,652,208 U3 13,137,684 157,652,208 U3 13,137,684 0
1690 Acen Roseline 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1700 Obboo Eyoa Manasseh 157,652,208 U3 13,137,684 157,652,208 U3 13,137,684 0
1935 Deborah Asasira 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
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1669 Bitali Josephine 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1606 Mwebaze Jortham 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1797 John Teira 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1575 Muwanga Herbert 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1589 Kasande Florence 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
2135 Stephen Saja Komunda 129,677,040 U3 10,806,420 129,677,040 U3 10,806,420 0
1764 Norah Nassimbwa 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1104 Kabibi Flora 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1382 Barekye Jane 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1853 Zaituni Mutesi 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
2111 Doreen Nabaasa Turinawe 136,982,736 U3 11,415,228 136,982,736 U3 11,415,228 0
1136 Magezi Kalule Aisha 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1110 Katana Faith Mirembe 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1005 Muteteri Mugyenyi Joy 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1746 Kyobutungi Sheba 864,000,000 U3 72,000,000 864,000,000 U3 72,000,000 0
2095 Seth Rukurungu 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
183 Kyembabazi Penina Lorna 122,198,544 U3 10,183,212 122,198,544 U3 10,183,212 0
1595 Maima Wapakabulo 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1936 Okware Robert 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
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1796 Joseph Omondo Ofumbi 158,743,008 U2 13,228,584 158,743,008 U2 13,228,584 0
1934 Miriam Kiconco 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
1350 Balinda Edison 169,118,784 U2 14,093,232 169,118,784 U2 14,093,232 0
1766 Kalenge Bashir 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
1924 Robert Twesigye 158,743,008 U2 13,228,584 158,743,008 U2 13,228,584 0
1347 Akankunda Okia Joseph 169,118,784 U2 14,093,232 169,118,784 U2 14,093,232 0
1765 Mugabe Henry 158,743,008 U2 13,228,584 158,743,008 U2 13,228,584 0
1850 Godfrey Kakande 158,743,008 U2 13,228,584 158,743,008 U2 13,228,584 0
184 Lalam Margaret 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
1294 Kiwuuwa Kiguli Charles 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
1290 Kabwama Lawrence 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
128 Veneratus N. G. Keeya 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
1022 Kalule Ssengo Ruth 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
1763 Nalugwa Nakamya Annet 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
999 Bezuidenhout Juliana 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
1408 Chemonges Leonard 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
1170 Butagira S. Penelope 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
2076 Jenniffer Kamujje Kibuuka 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
1524 Kakuhikire Charity 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
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1106 Byakutaga Patrick Kevin 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
2098 Telesi Rwemigabo 192,729,744 U2 16,060,812 192,729,744 U2 16,060,812 0
671 Nyakwenegura Grace 164,825,424 U2 13,735,452 164,825,424 U2 13,735,452 0
2099 Susan Abbo 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
1061 Kiryowa Lubanga 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
2128 Robert Omara 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
2073 Norah Namutamba 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
475 Patrick Muhereza 167,722,704 U2 13,976,892 167,722,704 U2 13,976,892 0
1172 Opio Sunday Amed 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
120 Akello Hellen Okumu 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
31 Mafaabi David 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
311 Elizabeth Serunkuma Kanyike 161,784,144 U2 13,482,012 161,784,144 U2 13,482,012 0
1568 Okello Edwin Godfrey 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
1533 Muhairwe Christopher 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
1063 Obina Okumu Judith 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
1512 Masagazi Kato Henry 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
1663 Okiror Philip 161,784,144 U2 13,482,012 161,784,144 U2 13,482,012 0
1069 Aisha Nalule Kabanda 158,743,008 U2 13,228,584 158,743,008 U2 13,228,584 0
1246 Iragaba Bakunzi Annet 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
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1978 Addy Atwine 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
1097 Namayanja Kiwanuka Mariam 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
1515 Namukose Susan Lubogo 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
1638 Nassolo Pauline 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
809 Nakyobe Lucy 361,808,208 U1 30,150,684 361,808,208 U1 30,150,684 0
212 Hope Nyakairu 243,419,040 U1 20,284,920 243,419,040 U1 20,284,920 0
858 Waiswa Hussein 308,603,808 U1 SE 25,716,984 308,603,808 U1 SE 25,716,984 0
1931 Charles Okidi 308,603,808 U1 SE 25,716,984 308,603,808 U1 SE 25,716,984 0
612 Rwakijuma Nyakatuura Patrick 308,603,808 U1 SE 25,716,984 308,603,808 U1 SE 25,716,984 0
1425 Lutaaya Charles Lwanga 328,543,200 U1 SE 27,378,600 328,543,200 U1 SE 27,378,600 0
1009 Edema Anule Aloysius 333,987,120 U1 SE 27,832,260 333,987,120 U1 SE 27,832,260 0
856 Turyagyenda Sam 328,543,200 U1 SE 27,378,600 328,543,200 U1 SE 27,378,600 0
927 Musinguzi Daniel 333,987,120 U1 SE 27,832,260 333,987,120 U1 SE 27,832,260 0
1259 Kakwenzire Joan 329,826,816 U1S 27,485,568 329,826,816 U1S 27,485,568 0
1266 Kabirisi Luberenga 325,460,160 U1S 27,121,680 325,460,160 U1S 27,121,680 0
1353 Mukwaya Abby 329,826,816 U1S 27,485,568 329,826,816 U1S 27,485,568 0
1101 Muhwezi Susan 325,460,160 U1S 27,121,680 325,460,160 U1S 27,121,680 0
1248 Catherine Naava Nabagesera 325,460,160 U1S 27,121,680 325,460,160 U1S 27,121,680 0
1098 Nalweyiso Proscovia 329,826,816 U1S 27,485,568 329,826,816 U1S 27,485,568 0
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Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
2052 Faith Maureen Kyalya Waluube 328,239,216 U1S 27,353,268 328,239,216 U1S 27,353,268 0
1468 Magomu Felicitus 325,460,160 U1S 27,121,680 325,460,160 U1S 27,121,680 0
965 Twesigye Miriam Kankunda 329,826,816 U1S 27,485,568 329,826,816 U1S 27,485,568 0
931 Tumwine Stanley 329,826,816 U1S 27,485,568 329,826,816 U1S 27,485,568 0
892 Nakyambadde Monica 325,460,160 U1S 27,121,680 325,460,160 U1S 27,121,680 0
554 Ottude Byoga Alexandra 325,460,160 U1S 27,121,680 325,460,160 U1S 27,121,680 0
894 Ssenkayi Hudson 325,460,160 U1S 27,121,680 325,460,160 U1S 27,121,680 0
404 Byaruhanga Moses 329,826,816 U1S 27,485,568 329,826,816 U1S 27,485,568 0
1579 Komugabe Speachie 325,460,160 U1S 27,121,680 325,460,160 U1S 27,121,680 0
2137 Christine K. Mugarra 328,239,360 U1S 27,353,280 328,239,360 U1S 27,353,280 0
2136 Geoffrey Kakwezi 325,460,160 U1S 27,121,680 325,460,160 U1S 27,121,680 0
2105 Stephen Wasike Mugeni 328,239,216 U1S 27,353,268 328,239,216 U1S 27,353,268 0
2102 Aaron Mwesigye 329,826,816 U1S 27,485,568 329,826,816 U1S 27,485,568 0
1466 Lydia Balemezi 325,460,160 U1S 27,121,680 325,460,160 U1S 27,121,680 0
1636 Latigo Olal Sylivia 329,826,816 U1S 27,485,568 329,826,816 U1S 27,485,568 0
700 Rose Zimulinda 329,826,816 U1S 27,485,568 329,826,816 U1S 27,485,568 0
2035 Iryne Watenga Karamagi 1,152,000,000 U1S 96,000,000 1,152,000,000 U1S 96,000,000 0
1688 Nankunda Apollo Nanks 325,460,160 U1S 27,121,680 325,460,160 U1S 27,121,680 0
1946 David Alexander Simbwa 329,826,816 U1S 27,485,568 329,826,816 U1S 27,485,568 0
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Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
1942 Tusiimire Patience Mubangizi 325,460,160 U1S 27,121,680 325,460,160 U1S 27,121,680 0
1941 Anne Babinaga 1,152,000,000 U1S 96,000,000 1,152,000,000 U1S 96,000,000 0
1932 Annette Mukabera 1,051,200,000 U1S 87,600,000 1,051,200,000 U1S 87,600,000 0
1918 Rhoda Acen 1,051,200,000 U1S 87,600,000 1,051,200,000 U1S 87,600,000 0
1865 Mary Grace Akiror (Sr) 325,460,160 U1S 27,121,680 325,460,160 U1S 27,121,680 0
1849 Najjuma S. S. Faridah 1,051,200,000 U1S 87,600,000 1,051,200,000 U1S 87,600,000 0
1847 Florence Hashaka Kabahweza 1,051,200,000 U1S 87,600,000 1,051,200,000 U1S 87,600,000 0
1845 Beatrice Nyakaisiki Byenkya 1,051,200,000 U1S 87,600,000 1,051,200,000 U1S 87,600,000 0
176 Muyingo Stephen 329,826,816 U1S 27,485,568 329,826,816 U1S 27,485,568 0
2097 Sarah Kagingo 325,460,160 U1S 27,121,680 325,460,160 U1S 27,121,680 0
1395 Desree Barlow Barungi 325,460,160 U1S 27,121,680 325,460,160 U1S 27,121,680 0
531 Rubunda Sam 329,826,816 U1S 27,485,568 329,826,816 U1S 27,485,568 0
1641 Otengo Pheona Miriam 243,419,040 U1SE 20,284,920 243,419,040 U1SE 20,284,920 0
2059 Mary Amajo 347,892,480 U1SE 28,991,040 347,892,480 U1SE 28,991,040 0
1665 Waiswa Charles Baker 360,000,000 U1SE 30,000,000 360,000,000 U1SE 30,000,000 0
1263 Tushemereirwe Richard 310,307,040 U1SE 25,858,920 310,307,040 U1SE 25,858,920 0
1062 Mutuuzo Peace 243,419,040 U1SE 20,284,920 243,419,040 U1SE 20,284,920 0
1937 Stephen Masinde 243,419,040 U1SE 20,284,920 243,419,040 U1SE 20,284,920 0
1442 Kiconco Florah 243,419,040 U1SE 20,284,920 243,419,040 U1SE 20,284,920 0
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Program : Headquarters
CostCentre: Headquarters
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
1215 Nkonge Sarah Muwonge 235,726,416 U1SE 19,643,868 235,726,416 U1SE 19,643,868 0
513 Rukare Dorah Semambo 243,419,040 U1SE 20,284,920 243,419,040 U1SE 20,284,920 0
Total Annual Salary (Ushs) for Program : Headquarters ############## 73,470,789,072 -82,027,728
Program : Office of the Vice President
CostCentre: Office of the Vice President
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
777 Lawrence Kakooza 27,862,272 U8 2,321,856 27,862,272 U8 2,321,856 0
875 Kayongo Mukwaya Frank 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1240 Nalubega Farida 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
781 Lumu B. Grace 28,930,464 U8 2,410,872 28,930,464 U8 2,410,872 0
867 Kasumba Paul 28,392,048 U8 2,366,004 28,392,048 U8 2,366,004 0
778 Kakooza Charles 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1258 Kimuli Mathias 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
820 Rutaro Godfrey 23,330,448 U8 1,944,204 23,330,448 U8 1,944,204 0
788 Mukasa Edward 28,392,048 U8 2,366,004 28,392,048 U8 2,366,004 0
2080 Gerald Ssesanga 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
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Program : Office of the Vice President
CostCentre: Office of the Vice President
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
776 Kisitu G. W. 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1534 Twinomujuni Rashid 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
606 Kajubi Haggai 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1582 Matovu Muwada 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1252 Mbogo Tenywa Edward 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1271 Sonko Edward 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1278 Nakamya Esther 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1537 Kajoba Sam 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1280 Nantongo Rosemary 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1281 Nanyanzi Rosemary 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
943 Bayige Joseph David 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1282 Mirembe Noelina Prossy 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1441 Kanyerezi Mathias 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1683 Sebulime Godfrey 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1691 Nsubuga Peter 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1187 Zimbe Joseph 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
1028 Kalule Sulait 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 22,900,896 U8 1,908,408 0
818 Ouma Nathan 25,414,272 U8 2,117,856 25,414,272 U8 2,117,856 0
950 Mukasa Ahmada 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
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Program : Office of the Vice President
CostCentre: Office of the Vice President
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
783 Katende Rashid 27,862,272 U8 2,321,856 27,862,272 U8 2,321,856 0
1239 Nanteza Molly 38,754,576 U7 3,229,548 38,754,576 U7 3,229,548 0
1260 Kanakulya Sempa Stephen 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 0
1374 Tulyahikayo Joyce 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 0
1389 Kalebo James Nim 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 0
1573 Mukisa Arthur 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 0
1581 Kaweesa Ntege Wilson 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 32,722,560 U7 2,726,880 0
1379 Ronald Luyinda 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 38,610,576 U7 3,217,548 0
1238 Namwase Monica 48,381,408 U6 4,031,784 48,381,408 U6 4,031,784 0
1301 Cissy D. Namujju 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
1580 Bukenya Edward 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
822 Etole Addy ArchAngel 52,036,560 U6 4,336,380 52,036,560 U6 4,336,380 0
1200 Sseninde John Chrisostom 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
1302 Wamala Joseph 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 44,938,656 U6 3,744,888 0
1588 Bamanya Ronald 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 0
1303 Sendi J. Bukenya 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 0
1923 Virgo Nakuya 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 0
889 Ombanya Joyce 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 0
1225 Nassozi Thereza Wasike 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 55,261,440 U5 4,605,120 0
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Program : Office of the Vice President
CostCentre: Office of the Vice President
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
254 Kasaga Anthony 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 0
1012 Kiyingi Annety 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 0
1322 Nangoli Fred 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 0
817 Mathias Onder 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 138,843,216 U4 11,570,268 0
507 Omwine Enock 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 76,631,040 U4 6,385,920 0
1201 Kasozi Ahmed Kakyama 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1243 Cherop Irene 123,576,912 U3 10,298,076 123,576,912 U3 10,298,076 0
1221 Macho Geoffrey 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1596 Lukwago Joseph Joy 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1227 Kasoro Edith 120,836,160 U3 10,069,680 120,836,160 U3 10,069,680 0
1148 Mututa James 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1397 Mula Anthony 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
884 Kitunzi Gafabusa Juliet 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1413 Kibandama Herbert 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1194 Ibembe Patrick 128,265,264 U3 10,688,772 128,265,264 U3 10,688,772 0
1422 Nakabale Hassan 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 118,160,064 U3 9,846,672 0
1229 Lilian Katushabe Kamba 169,118,784 U2 14,093,232 169,118,784 U2 14,093,232 0
1286 Sunday Bushema Emmanuel 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
1242 Ssembajja Sulaiman 235,713,312 U1SE 19,642,776 235,713,312 U1SE 19,642,776 0
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Program : Office of the Vice President
CostCentre: Office of the Vice President
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
1206 Musubire K. Vincent 284,316,048 U1SE 23,693,004 284,316,048 U1SE 23,693,004 0
1431 Batenga Shoney 235,726,416 U1SE 19,643,868 235,726,416 U1SE 19,643,868 0
767 Lutaaya M. Kivumbi 361,808,208 U1SE 30,150,684 361,808,208 U1SE 30,150,684 0
Total Annual Salary (Ushs) for Program : Office of the Vice President 4,774,844,304 4,774,844,304 0
Program : I nternal Audit
CostCentre: I nternal Audit
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
2082 Anne Bright 101,777,040 U4 8,481,420 101,777,040 U4 8,481,420 0
2114 Robert Mukasa 133,275,456 U3 11,106,288 133,275,456 U3 11,106,288 0
Total Annual Salary (Ushs) for Program : Internal Audit 235,052,496 235,052,496 0
Program : Medicines and Health Services Delivery Monitoring
CostCentre: Medicines and Health Services Deli
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Program : Medicines and Health Services Delivery Monitoring
CostCentre: Medicines and Health Services Deli
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
1635 Bandeeba Geoffrey 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1659 Bagumira Philius 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1645 Kintu Badru 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 25,368,336 U8 2,114,028 0
1954 Brian Luswata Balam 198,720,000 U3 16,560,000 198,720,000 U3 16,560,000 0
1650 Muhanguzi Alpha 128,265,264 U3 10,688,772 128,265,264 U3 10,688,772 0
1945 Joseph Omoding 129,677,040 U3 10,806,420 129,677,040 U3 10,806,420 0
1900 Kayonga Busingye Judith 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 157,311,792 U2 13,109,316 0
1771 Justus Byangwe 226,235,376 U2 18,852,948 226,235,376 U2 18,852,948 0
1898 Nanteza Agnes Biryetega 864,000,000 U1SE 72,000,000 864,000,000 U1SE 72,000,000 0
1899 Dr. Gloria Seruwagi Kimuli 864,000,000 U1SE 72,000,000 864,000,000 U1SE 72,000,000 0
1648 Jumba Pontiano Lwembaawo 864,000,000 U1SE 72,000,000 864,000,000 U1SE 72,000,000 0
1647 Achiro Fortunate Hope 864,000,000 U1SE 72,000,000 864,000,000 U1SE 72,000,000 0
1167 Atwine Diana Phoebe 936,000,000 U1SE 78,000,000 936,000,000 U1SE 78,000,000 0
1901 Ayume Charles 864,000,000 U1SE 72,000,000 864,000,000 U1SE 72,000,000 0
Total Annual Salary (Ushs) for Program : Medicines and Health Service 6,172,314,480 6,172,314,480 0
Total Annual Salary (Ushs) for : State House ############## 84,653,000,352 -82,027,728
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The chart below shows total funding allocations to the Vote by Vote Function over the medium term:
Table V1.1: Overview of Vote Expenditures (UShs Billion)
(ii) Summary of Past Performance and Medium Term Budget Allocations
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Chart V1.1: Medium Term Budget Projections by Vote Function (Excluding Taxes, Arrears)
V1: Vote Overview
Provide overall leadership in the coordination and management of the HIV/AIDS National
multisectoral response.
(i) Vote Mission Statement
Wage
Non Wage
GoU
Ext. Fin
GoU Total
Total GoU + Ext Fin (MTEF)
Development
Recurrent
Taxes 0.100 0.033 0.000 0.100
Total Budget 5.548 5.173 4.055 5.548
(ii) Arrears
and Taxes
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1.974 1.381 1.068 1.005 1.381 1.645
4.909 3.939 4.016 2.954 3.939 3.959
0.148 0.128 0.056 0.096 0.128 0.129
0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
7.031 5.448 5.140 4.055 5.448 5.733
7.031 5.448 5.140 4.055 5.448 5.733
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2014/15 2015/16
MTEF Budget Projections 2013/14
Vote Overview
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107
V2: Vote Performance for FY 2013/14 and Planned Outputs for FY 2014/15
(i) Past Vote Outputs
This section describes past vote performance and planned Outputs, in terms of key vote outputs
Table V2.1: Past and 2014/15 Planned Key Vote Outputs
Under the Vote Function of Coordination of multi-sector response to HIV/AIDS, the following outputs
were achieved during FY2013/14.
HIV IEC Advocacy materials prepared and disseminated (booklets,fliers, posters, banners, 12 staff trained
in short term courses relevant to theirs skills at East and Southern Africa Management Institute and HR
management Consultants, Annual journalists' dialogue meetings held, HIV/AIDS daily media monitoring
updates initiated, and information shared on a daily basis with key stakeholders.
Consesus building dialogue meeting on AIDS trust Fund held with MPs,MoFPED and MOH.
Partnership review mechanism finalised and action plan prepared, SCEs annual action plans developed and
implemention for Q1 done, HIV prevention at key spots coodinated, 15 Pre-JAR regional performance
review meetings held over 700 LG staff and RDCs attended.
JAR conducted where recommendations and undertakings were considered in sector reviews, Quarterly and
annual cumulative performance reports prepared, quarterly performance review meeting conducted,
NADIC user Needs Assesment conducted.
Performance review meetings with partners conducted, preparation of the HIV/AIDS investment case
initiated and Annual HIV estimates for 2012 disseminated, where new infections are reducing.
Preliminary 2013/14 Performance
(iii) Vote Outcomes and Outcome Indicators
The table below sets out the vote outcomes and outcome indicators
Table V1.3: Vote Outcomes and Outcome I ndicators
Achievements by End March Planned outputs Planned Outputs
2013/14
Vote, Vote Function
Key Output
2014/15
Vote: 107 Uganda AIDS Commission
Vote Function: 0851 Coordination of multi-sector response to HI V/AI DS
Advocacy, Strategic Information and Knowlegde management 085102 Output:
HIV IEC Advocacy materials
prepared and disseminated,staff
trained in short term courses
relevant to their skills, new staff
recruited and oriented, Annual
media managers dialogue
organised,district guidelines on
HIV/AIDS planning and
coordination
disseminated,sectors supported
in integration of HIV issues in
plans,work place policies for
UAC and LGs
developed&operationalised,UA
C Ministerial Policy Statement
and BFP for FY 2014/15
prepared,Consensus building
meetings on AIDS Trust Fund
held,SCEs action plans
developed,HIV prevention
activities at key sports
coordinated and report
All staff motivated and regularly
paid.
General maintenance of
equipment and utilities
supported.
General goods and supplies
acquired.
HIV IEC advocacy materials
and disseminated in particular
4000 pastoral letters, 1000
fliers, 2000 HIV prevention
message booklets in English,
luganda, runyakitara and itesot..
Held follow up meetings held
with cultural institutions to
enhance HIV prevention
especially aming the youth.
HIV IEC Advocacy materials
for 10 advocacy events prepared
and disseminated on World
Advocacy Days (1500 T/shirts,
1500 cloth caps, 5000 paper
caps, 50 banners, 10000 car
stickers and 30000 fliers) ,56
staff trained in short term
courses and perfomance
oriented trainings relevant to
their skills, Annual dialogues
for 100 media managers
organised, new HIV/AIDS
Mainstreaming guidelines and
Policy prepared, 2000 copies
printed and disseminated, All
40 MDAs supported in
integration of HIV issues in
plans,work place policies for
UAC and 30 LGs developed
&operationalised,UAC
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Achievements by End March Planned outputs Planned Outputs
2013/14
Vote, Vote Function
Key Output
2014/15
prepared,Joint AIDS
Review&mid term review of
NSP Conducted,sectors and
LGs monitored&technical
support provided,Annual
partnership Forum
held,Quarterly and annual
performance reports
prepared,,quarterly review
meetings conducted,LGs trained
in M&E
Members of Parliament,
Ministry of Finance officials
and Ministry of Health engaged
in the setting up of an
HIV/AIDS Trust Fund through
dialogue meetings organised
for the following Committees
HIV Prevention messages
developed and disseminated
through electronic & print mass
media to the general population
( newspapers,television and
radio stations, and UAC
website).
Two HIV National Prevention
Committee meeting held. End
Term Review of the National
Prevention Strategy discussed
and approved.
Three HIV message clearing
Committee meeting held for
both electronic and mass media.
National Information
Management TWG Meeting
organised and discussed HIV
Information user needs
assessment preparations.
10 Self Coordinating Entities
(SCEs) supported in
coordination and management
of HIV issues.
Decentralised HIV response
supported in 60 local
governments.
Disseminated 1000 revised
District HIV/AIDS
Coordination Guidelines where
DAC membership has been
scaled down to 15 members.
Disseminated 1000 HIV/AIDS
District Strategic Planning
guidelines were disseminated in
all local governments.
39 MDAs were supported in
the mainstreaming and
integration of HIV issues into
their work and commemoration
of HIV/AIDS advocacy days.
Also, 50 districts were
supported in the coordination of
HIV/AIDS.
Provided technical support to 2
districts of Kamwenge and
Sironko in HIV/AIDS Strategic
planning.
and BFP for FY 2015/16
prepared, 4 Consensus building
meetings on AIDS Trust Fund
held with key policy makers, 10
Selef Coordinating Entities
action plans developed, HIV
prevention activities among
MARPS coordinated and 4
reports prepared, one Annual
Joint AIDS Review & End term
review of National HIV
Startegic Plan Conducted, 40
MDAS and 112 LGs monitored
& technical support provided on
HIV coordination and
mainstreaming ( multi-sectoral
approach), Annual Partnership
Forum for 500 stakeholders
held, 4 Quarterly and one
annual performance reports
prepared, 4 quarterly review
meetings conducted, 15 LGs
trained in HIV M&E and 40
LGs supported in the
development of HIV Strategic
Plans
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In FY 2013/14, the following outputs will be achieved: HIV IEC Advocacy materials prepared and
disseminated,staff trained in in short term courses relevant to their skills. Follow up meetings held with
cultural institutions to enhance HIV Prevention. Annual media managers and Parliamentary HIV/AIDS
2014/15 Planned Outputs
V3: Detailed Planned Outputs for FY 2014/15
Achievements by End March Planned outputs Planned Outputs
2013/14
Vote, Vote Function
Key Output
2014/15
Final draft of the HIV
Investment Case 2015-2020
prepared and shared and
comments received from
national and international
stakeholders for incorporation.
Organised HIV/AIDS Trust
Fund dialogue with some
Members of Parliament;
MoFPED and MOH.
Young People HIV/AIDS
activities supported through
Young people SCE under
MoGLSD.
HIV prevention activities at key
hotspots of Bibia, Malaba,
Oraba and Busia coordinated
and report prepared.
3 Board and its Committees
meetings convened.
39 MDAs and 50 LGs
monitored and technicallly
supported in the coordination of
HIV/AIDS interventions.
Prepared the Uganda HIV/AIDS
Country Progress Report 2013.
Quarterly review meeting
conducted for quarter 3 with all
Self Coordinating Entities and
key stakeholders.
One HIV M&E technical
working Group Meeting held.
Financial Audit Report for
quarter two prepared and
discussed.
Trained 150 participants in HIV
M&E in the districts of Kole,
Alebtong and Otuke.
Cultural institutions of
Bunyoro and Toro were
supported to enhance HIV
prevention interventions
amongst clan leaders and the
youth.
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dialogues held, HIV prevention messages developed and disseminated and Advocacy events organised.
Quarterly National Prevention & IEC/BCC Committee meetings held, information Management TWG
meetings organized, User needs assessment conducted and Self Coordinating Entities supported in
coordination and management of HIV issues. Local Government guidelines on HIV/AIDS planning, and
oordination guidelines disseminated.Sectorssupported to integrate HIV issues in annual work plans and LGs
supported to integrate HV in BFPs and plans. Resource mobilization strategy disseminated and Consensus
building meetings on AIDS Trust Fund held. Self Coordinating Entities trained in Financial Management
and reporting, LGs and SCEs supported to develop HIV/AIDS action plans. Work place policies for UAC
and LGs developed and operationalised. HIV research consultations conducted and report published and
HIV Prevention activities at key sports coordinated and report prepared. Joint AIDS Review and mid term
review of NSP conducted,sectors and LGs monitored and technical support provided. Annual partnership
Forum& Forum for HIV/AIDS Focal Persons held. LGs trained in M&E, Financial audit reports
prepared,quarterly review meetings and SCE review meetings held and Quarterly and annual performance
reports prepared. Enhanced commitment from religious & cultural leaders to HIV prevention, Prevention
messages developed and disseminated through print and electronic mass media. Increased awareness of
HIV/AIDS in the population, Improved information base, Key issues in the response discussed. Prevention
strategy and plan printed and disseminated. UAC Strategic Plan & Annual work plan developed, 32
Districts supported to develop HIV/AIDS strategic plans. Improved mainstreaming of HIV/AIDS into
Sector/LG BFPs and Budgets, revised NSP and PMMP printed and disseminated and all Districts and
municipalities monitored. Sectors, LGs and CSO capacity to monitor HIV/AIDS will be enhanced. Joint
AIDS Review conducted, improved coordination of the response at the District level and Levels of
HIV/AIDS funding & allocation established, Phase 3 Institutional review recommendations implemented.
Table V3.1: Vote Function Profiles, Programme/Project Profiles and Workplan Outputs
Vote Function: Coordination of multi-sector response to HI V/AI DS 0851
Services:
Responsible Officer:
Vote Function Profile
Coordination of HIV and AIDS policy and research.
Development and popularisation of HIV/AIDS policies and guidelines.
Support for coordination of the National response through the Self Coordinating
Entities (SCEs).
Planning, monitoring and evaluation of HIV and AIDS response at national and
local government level.
Capacity building of staff in public, private and CSOs sectors in HIV and AIDS
programming.
Advocacy and awareness creation on prevention, care and treatment and social
support of HIV interventions.
Knowledge generation, information management and dissemination.
Resource mobilisation and management for HIV reponse.
Coordination of Civil Society Fund (CSF).
Coordination of the decentralised response.
Dr. Christine J.D Ondoa, Director General
Vote Function Projects and Programmes:
Project or Programme Name Responsible Officer
Recurrent Programmes
01 Statutory Dr. Christine J.D Ondoa, Director General, Uganda AIDS Commissi
Development Projects
0359 UAC Secretariat Dr.Christine J.D Ondoa, Director General
Programme 01 Statutory
Dr. Christine J.D Ondoa, Director General, Uganda AIDS Commission. Responsible Officer:
Programme Profile
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Programme 01 Statutory
Workplan Outputs for 2013/14 and 2014/15
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
All staff motivated and regularly
paid.
General maintenance of
equipment and utilities
supported.
General goods and supplies
acquired.
Retrenched staff paid
56 staff motivated and regularly
paid salaryin the last 9 months.
UAC equipments maintained
and utility expenses cleared
General goods and supplies
acquired for effective service
delivery.
Office premises cleaned and
general sanitation maintained.
Management and
Administrative support
services
All staff motivated and regularly
paid.
General maintenance of
equipment and utilities
supported.
General goods and supplies
acquired.
Retrenched staff paid
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Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
1,381,281
3,058,717
4,439,999
993,188
2,114,632
3,107,820
1,381,281
3,049,178
4,430,459
HIV IEC advocacy materials
prepared and disseminated.
Staff trained in short term
courses relevant to their skills
Follow up meetings held with
cultural institutions to enhance
HIV prevention.
Annual media manager's
dialogue organised.
Parliamentary HIV/AIDS
dialogue organised.
HIV Prevention messages
developed and disseminated
through electronic & print mass
HIV IEC advocacy materials
prepared and disseminated in
particular 54000 pastoral letters,
5000 fliers, 1000 newsletters, 5
banners , 5000 stickers, 4000
HIV prevention message
booklets in English, luganda,
runyakitara and itesot.
12 Staff trained in short term
courses relevant to their skills at
East and Southern Africa
Management Institute and HR
management Consultants
respectively in quarter 1. In
quarter 2, all the 56 staff
members trained in performance
management course for two
days.
Advocacy, Strategic
Information and
Knowlegde management
HIV IEC advocacy materials
prepared and disseminated.
Staff trained in short term
courses relevant to their skills
Follow up meetings held with
cultural institutions to enhance
HIV prevention.
Annual media manager's
dialogue organised.
HIV Prevention messages
developed and disseminated
through electronic & print mass
media.
HIV advocacy events organised
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-To improve the capacity for coordination of HIV/AIDS national response for both public and
non public sectors at national and district levels;
-To develop and disseminate supportive policies to guide the national response to HIV/AIDS;
-To promote and support HIV/AIDS research;
-To ensure mobilization, allocation and utilisation of resources for the national response;
-To strengthen monitoring and evaluation of national HIV response at all levels;
-To strengthen and streamline knowledge and information sharing mechanism for HIV/AIDS
national response;
-To strengthen planning and coordination of HIV/AIDS service delivery at national and
decentralised levels.
The planned outputs and activities of UAC will include; Staff motivated and regularly paid,
General maintenance of equipment and utilities supported, General goods and supplies
acquired, Enhanced commitment from religious & cultural leaders to HIV prevention,
HIV/AIDS prevention messages developed and disseminated through the media and regional
meetings, Trained LG staff in HIV M&E. Activities include; Recruitment of staff, End term
review of the National HIV/AIDS Strategic Plan 2011/12-2014/15, Prepare National
HIV/AIDS Strategic Plan ,Prevention Strategy and M&E Plan for FY 2015/16-2020/21,
Prepare and disseminate HIV Mainstreaming Policy and Guidelines, conduct support
supervision in all local governments and sectors, train LGs in mainstreaming of HIV/AIDS in
BFPs, and coodinate the World AIDS Campaign initiatives ( WAD, Candlelight and Philly
Lutaaya days). Others are Report preparations and HIV/AIDS Message clearance and
coordination of other HIV prevention, care & treatment, social support and protection and
Systems strengthening activities.
Objectives:
Outputs:
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Programme 01 Statutory
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
media.
HIV advocacy events organised
( World AIDS day, Philly
Lutaya day & Candle light day).
4 Quarterly National Prevention
Committee meetings held.
4 IEC/BCC Committee
meetings held.
Information Management TWG
Meetings organised
User needs assessment
conducted.
Self Coordinating Entities
supported in coordination and
management of HIV issues
Follow up meetings held with
cultural institutions to enhance
HIV prevention in Buganda,
Bunyoro, Toro and Busoga
especially among the youth and
clan leaders.
Parliamentary HIV/AIDS Trust
Fund dialogue organised for the
following Committees;
HIV/AIDS, Legal, Social
services, Budget & Planning
and National Economy.
HIV Prevention messages
developed and disseminated
through electronic & print mass
media and churches to the
general population.
HIV advocacy events organised
in particular Philly Lutaaya (in
Masindi) and World AIDS (in
Mbarara) days.
Six HIV National Prevention
Committee meeting held.
12 HIV message clearing
committee meetings held. HIV
messages that were confusing
the public reviewed and refined.
Two National Information
Management TWG Meetings
and 5 steering committee
meetings organised and
discussed HIV Information user
needs assessment preparations,
Report and study tour to
Ethiopia on a bechmarking
trip/exercise.
User needs assessment
conducted and Report prepared,
discussed and approved.
10 Self Coordinating Entities
(SCEs) supported in
coordination and management
of HIV issues. There 3 SCES
were reconstituted after
partnership mechanism review
to form CSOs SCE. Those
merged were International
NGOs, National NGOs, and
Young people. Arts joined
private sector while media and
culture are now independent.
( World AIDS day, Philly
Lutaya day & Candle light day).
4 Quarterly National Prevention
Committee meetings held.
4 IEC/BCC/message clearing
committee meetings held.
Self Coordinating Entities
supported in coordination and
management of HIV issues
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
295,297
295,297
0
199,193
199,193
0
264,500
264,500
District guidelines on HIV and
AIDS planning & coordination
guidelines disseminated.
Sectors supported in integration
of HIV issues in Annual
workplans.
UAC Annual workplan and
budget for FY 2014/15
prepared.
Finalised, printed and
disseminated 1000 revised
District HIV/AIDS
Coordination Guidelines where
DAC membership has been
scaled down to 15 members.
1000 HIV/AIDS District
Strategic planning guidelines
were finalised, printed and
disseminated in all Local
Major policies, guidelines,
strategic plans
New HIV/AIDS mainstreaming
guidelines and policy prepared
and disseminated.
Sectors supported in integration
of HIV issues in Annual
workplans.
LGs identified and supported in
preparation of Hiv Strategic
Plans/Action plan
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Programme 01 Statutory
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
LGs supported in integration of
HIV in BFPs and plans .
UAC Ministerial Policy
Statement and BFP for FY
2014/15 prepared.
Resource Mobilisation Strategy
disseminated.
Concensus building meetings on
AIDS Trust Fund held.
LGs trained on HIV and AIDS
mainstreaming.
Self Coordinating entities
capacity built in financial
management and reporting.
LGs HIV/AIDS Action Plans
developed.
SCEs Action Plans developed.
Workplace Policies for UAC
and LGs developed and
operationalised
Young People Empowered and
Healthy (YEAH) activities
supported.
HIV Research consultations
conducted and report published.
HIV prevention Activities at
key hotspots coordinated and
report prepared.
Governments.
20 MDAs were supported in the
mainstreaming and integration
of HIV issues into their work
and commemoration of
HIV/AIDS advocacy days.
Also, all districts were
supported by any partner in the
coordination of HIV were
guided on how to establish and
rejuvinate DACS at District
level.
Provided technical support to 7
districts of Nakasongola,
Ibanda, Amuru, Bukwo,
Sironko, Kamwenge and
Mbarara in HIV/AIDS Strategic
planning.
Final draft of the HIV
Investment Case prepared and
shared with stakeholders for
comments. Comments received
from national and international
stakeholders for incorporation.
Organised HIV/AIDS Trust
Fund dialogue for the following
Parliamentary Committees;
HIV/AIDS, Legal, Social
services, Budget & Planning
and National Economy,
MoFPED and MOH on 2nd to
4th October 2013. 62 out of 80
MPs attended the dialogue at
Munyonyo. We have continued
to engage all stakeholders
including the Top leadership.
Young People HIV/AIDS
activities supported through
Young people SCE under
MoGLSD.
HIV prevention activities at key
hotspots of Bibia, Malaba,
Oraba and Busia coordinated
and report prepared.
Self Coordinating entities
capacity built in financial
management and reporting
through performance review
meetings and support
supervision.
SCEs Action/work plans
developed for FY 2013/14.
Young People engaged in HIV
prevenbtion activities.
HIV prevention activities at key
hotspots coordinated in
particular at Malaba in Tororo,
Bibia in Amuru, Oraba in
Koboko and Busia. Reports
prepared.
Prepared the first draft Budget
framework paper for the year
2014/15 and presented it to
MoFPED, MOH and Parliament.
UAC Annual workplan and
budget for FY 2015/16
prepared.
LGs supported in integration of
HIV in BFPs and plans .
UAC Ministerial Policy
Statement and BFP for FY
2015/16 prepared.
Resource Mobilisation Strategy
disseminated.
Concensus building meetings on
AIDS Trust Fund held.
LGs trained on HIV and AIDS
mainstreaming.
Self Coordinating entities
capacity built on new
partnership mechnaism
SCEs Action Plans developed.
Workplace Policies for UAC
and LGs developed and
operationalised
HIV prevention Activities
among MARPS coordinated
and report prepared.
Centralised registry reviewed
and reactivated
Subscription to Great Lakes
Initiative on HIV/AIDS (GLIA)
and professional bodies for
Accountants and procurement
specialist paid.
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Programme 01 Statutory
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
211,680
211,680
0
205,723
205,723
0
288,800
288,800
Joint AIDS Review including
mid term review of NSP
conducted.
Board and its Committees
meetings convened.
Sectors and LGs monitored and
technical support provided.
Annual Partnership Forum held.
Annual Forum for HIV/AIDS
Focal persons held.
Quarterly and Annual
performance reports prepared.
Quarterly review meetings
conducted.
Quarterly review meetings for
SCEs held.
LGs trained in M&E
Financial Audit Reports
prepared
15 Pre - JAR regional
performance meetings held
where all the 111 Districts
participated. A total of 672
participants attended the
reviews. Information collected
used in the preparation of Joint
Annual AIDS Review
presentations/Aide Memoir.
Joint AIDS Review was held on
19th and 20th September 2013.
An Aide memoir with key
recommendations and
undertakings was prepared.

Joint AIDS Review 2013 Aide
Memoir prepared and shared
with stakeholders. JAR Report
2013 Finalised.
Quarter 4 and Annual
performance report for 2012/13
and Quarter 1, 2 and 3 Reports
prepared.
The Narrative Annual
performance Report 2012/13
was finalised..
Prepared the Uganda
HIV/AIDS Country Progress
Report 2013.
Quarter four and annual
performance review meeting
for FY 2012/13 conducted.
4 Board and 6 Sub-Committees
meetings convened.
Quarterly review meetings
conducted for quarter 1, 2 and
3 with all Self Coordinating
Entities and key stakeholders.
Planning landscape for FY
2014/15 initiated.
Two HIV M&E technical
working Group Meeting held.
Financial Audit Report for
quarter 1 and 2 prepared and
discussed.
Trained 210 participants in HIV
M&E in the districts of Jinja,
Mbale, Kole, Alebtong and
Otuke.
Monitoring and Evaluation
Joint AIDS Review including
End term evaluation of the NSP
conducted.
Board and its Committees
meetings convened.
Sectors and LGs monitored and
technical support provided.
Annual regional and national
Partnership Forum held.
Annual Forum for HIV/AIDS
Focal persons held.
Quarterly and Annual
performance reports prepared.
Quarterly review meetings
conducted.
Quarterly review meetings for
SCEs held.
LGs trained in M&E
Financial Audit Reports
prepared
M&E Technical working Group
Meetings held.
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Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
323,183
323,183
0
250,826
250,826
0
288,441
288,441
Cultural institutions supported
to enhance HIV/AIDS
prevention interventions.
Cultural institutions of Buganda
( 70clan leaders), Bugwere (
120 leaders) and Bunyoro (88
clan leaders) and 96 in Toro
supported to enhance HIV
prevention interventions for clan
leaders and the youth.
NGO HIV/AIDS Activities Cultural institutions supported
to enhance HIV/AIDS
prevention interventions.
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Programme 01 Statutory
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
Kings and cultural leaders
Forum held at Grand imperial in
December 2013.
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
50,000
50,000
0
49,939
49,939
0
47,959
47,959
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
1,381,281
3,938,878
5,320,159
993,188
2,820,312
3,813,500
1,381,281
3,938,878
5,320,159
Annual Workplan for 2014/15 - Outputs, Activities, Inputs and their Cost
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
All staff motivated and regularly paid.
General maintenance of equipment and utilities supported.
General goods and supplies acquired.
Retrenched staff paid
Payment of staff salaries
Maintenance of vehicles and equipments, and payment for utility bills.
Procurement of goods and supplies for office use
Payment of retrenched staff
Management and Administrative support services 01 51 08
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
1,381,281
3,049,178
4,430,459
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Rates (Annual) 1.0 5,000
Third Party Insurance bills (Annual) 1.0 1,000
Interview expenses (Man days) 70.0 10,000
Cleaning Bills (Month) 12.0 35,000
Courier (Month) 12.0 3,000
Electricity bills (Month) 12.0 30,000
Fuel (Month) 12.0 320,000
Housing Allowance (Month) 12.0 55,200
Maintenance Expenses (Month) 12.0 40,000
Medical Allowance (Month) 12.0 736,174
Motor Vehicle Repairs (Month) 12.0 300,000
NSSF Contribution (Month) 12.0 238,188
Office Supplies (Month) 12.0 500
Security bills (Month) 12.0 45,000
Servicing of IFMS Equipments (Month) 12.0 55,000
Telephone bills (Month) 12.0 100,000
Water bills (Month) 12.0 6,000
Meals and Refreshments (Months) 12.0 115,000
Office Imprest (Months) 12.0 240,000
printing, stationery and photocopying (Months) 12.0 69,177
Perdiem (Nights) 286.9 76,240
Permanent staff (Person Years) 59.0 1,381,281
Retrenchment costs (Persons) 2.0 5,000
Advertising expenses (Quarter) 4.0 10,000
Computer supplies and accessories (Quarter) 4.0 8,000
Medical bills (Quarter) 4.0 30,000
Death and funeral expenses (Quarters) 4.0 10,000
Gratuity (Staff) 59.0 365,381
Settlement Allowance (Staff) 3.0 6,124
Thirteenth Cheque (Staff) 59.0 116,195
Airticket (Ticket) 3.0 18,000
HIV IEC advocacy materials prepared and disseminated.
Staff trained in short term courses relevant to their skills
Follow up meetings held with cultural institutions to enhance HIV
prevention.
Advocacy, Strategic Information and Knowlegde management 02 51 08
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Fuel (Litres) 3,011.7 10,842
Books, Periodicals and Quarterly Newsletter
(Month)
12.0 32,417
Media Costs (Month) 12.0 30,000
Perdiem (Nights) 600.0 96,000
Perdiem (Persons) 150.0 24,000
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Programme 01 Statutory
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Annual media manager's dialogue organised.
HIV Prevention messages developed and disseminated through electronic
& print mass media.
HIV advocacy events organised ( World AIDS day, Philly Lutaya day &
Candle light day).
4 Quarterly National Prevention Committee meetings held.
4 IEC/BCC/message clearing committee meetings held.
Self Coordinating Entities supported in coordination and management of
HIV issues
Coordination of WAD ( World AIDS Day, Philly Lutaaya Day, and
Candle Light Day).
Training of Staff
Follow up of cultural and religious institutions
National meeting with media managers on HIV prevention.
Development and printing of advocacy materials and quarterly bulletin.
Convene national HIV prevention committee meetings
Convene national HIV prevention message clearing & IEC/BCC
committee meetings
Hold national HIV exhibitions.
Dissemination of Hiv prevention messages through media
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
264,500
264,500
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Training costs (Persons) 20.0 40,000
Assorted Stationery (Quarter) 4.0 22,692
Meals (Quarter) 4.0 8,550
New HIV/AIDS mainstreaming guidelines and policy prepared and
disseminated.
Sectors supported in integration of HIV issues in Annual workplans.
LGs identified and supported in preparation of Hiv Strategic Plans/Action
plan
UAC Annual workplan and budget for FY 2015/16 prepared.
LGs supported in integration of HIV in BFPs and plans .
UAC Ministerial Policy Statement and BFP for FY 2015/16 prepared.
Resource Mobilisation Strategy disseminated.
Concensus building meetings on AIDS Trust Fund held.
LGs trained on HIV and AIDS mainstreaming.
Self Coordinating entities capacity built on new partnership mechnaism
SCEs Action Plans developed.
Workplace Policies for UAC and LGs developed and operationalised
Major policies, guidelines, strategic plans 04 51 08
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Subscription to GLIA (Annual) 1.0 138,300
Subscription to Professional bodies (Annual) 1.0 1,000
Airtime (Cards) 20.0 600
Fuel (Litres) 24,253.0 87,311
Facilitation Allowance (Man days) 71.0 5,680
Professional fees (Man days) 41.8 39,909
Perdiem (Nights) 100.0 16,000
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Vote Function: Coordination of multi-sector response to HI V/AI DS 0851
Programme 01 Statutory
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
HIV prevention Activities among MARPS coordinated and report
prepared.
Centralised registry reviewed and reactivated
Subscription to Great Lakes Initiative on HIV/AIDS (GLIA) and
professional bodies for Accountants and procurement specialist paid.
Prepare and disseminate new Hiv/AIDS mainstreaming guidelines and
policy
Prepare BFPs/workplans for FY 2015/16
Identify and support LGs to develop HIV/AIDS staretgic
and Action plans
Develop and operationalise HIV workplace policies for UAC and LGs

Supprot SCEs in developing action plans and policies
Participate in LG BFP preparations
Prepare Ministerial Policy Statements
Disseminate the Resource mobilisation strategy
Concensus building meeting on National AIDS Trust Fund
Training of LGs on HIV/AIDS mainstreaming
Capaciy building SCEs
Prepare and print policy briefs
Develop the National HIV Strategic Plan 2015/16-2019/20.
Coordinate the implementation of HIV prevention activities among
MARPs
Review and reactivate the central registry
Subscription to The Great Lakes Initiative on HIV/AIDS and Professional
bodies for Accountants and Procurement Officer.
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
288,800
288,800
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Joint AIDS Review including End term evaluation of the NSP conducted.
Board and its Committees meetings convened.
Sectors and LGs monitored and technical support provided.
Annual regional and national Partnership Forum held.
Annual Forum for HIV/AIDS Focal persons held.
Quarterly and Annual performance reports prepared.
Quarterly review meetings conducted.
Quarterly review meetings for SCEs held.
LGs trained in M&E
Monitoring and Evaluation 05 51 08
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Airtime (Cards) 10.2 406
Facilitation Allowance (Days) 200.0 16,000
Fuel (Litres) 3,315.4 11,936
Professional Fees (Man days) 49.8 47,598
Airtime (Month) 12.0 360
Perdiem (Nights) 1,137.0 181,920
Assorted Stationery (Quarter) 4.0 7,021
Mileage (Quarter) 4.0 23,200
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Vote Function: Coordination of multi-sector response to HI V/AI DS 0851
Programme 01 Statutory
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Financial Audit Reports prepared
M&E Technical working Group Meetings held.
Joint Annual AIDS review held
End term evaluation of NSP conducted
Training of LGs in HIV M&E
Convening Board and its Committee meeting
Conduct Integrated support supervision of Sectors and LGs.
Convene regional review meetings/ partnership Forum
Hold national annual partnership forum
Conducting annual forum of HIV/AIDS Focal persons
Conduct audit inspection of all disbursed funds on UAC activities
Preparing and printing performance Reports
Convening review meetings on implementation of workplan
Convening HIV M&E technical Working Group Meetings
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
288,441
288,441
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Cultural institutions supported to enhance HIV/AIDS prevention
interventions.
Support cultural and regious institutions
NGO HIV/AIDS Activities 51 51 08
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
47,959
47,959
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
Grant or Transfer Cost
Grants to cultural institutions 47,959
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
1,381,281
3,938,878
5,320,159
Project 0359 UAC Secretariat
Dr.Christine J.D Ondoa, Director General
To improve the capacity for coordination of HIV/AIDS national response for both public and
non public sectors at national and district levels;
To develop and disseminate supportive policies to guide the national response to HIV/AIDS;
To promote and support HIV/AIDS research;
To ensure mobilization, allocation and utilisation of resources for the national response;
To strengthen monitoring and evaluation of national HIV response at all levels;
To strengthen and streamline knowledge and information sharing mechanism for HIV/AIDS
national response;
To strengthen planning and coordination of HIV/AIDS service delivery at national and
decentralised levels.
Responsible Officer:
Objectives:
Project Profile
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Vote Function: Coordination of multi-sector response to HI V/AI DS 0851
Project 0359 UAC Secretariat
Workplan Outputs for 2013/14 and 2014/15
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
UAC Offices renovated and
extension complete
Sentema Fence Completed
UAC Offices renovated
Sentema Fence Completed
Government Buildings and
Administrative
Infrastructure
UAC headquarters, Sentema
House and Zonal Offices
renovated
Storage Container procured and
installed
72 51 08
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
84,809
0
84,809
3,478
0
3,478
44,809
0
44,809
Not Applicable Purchase of Motor
Vehicles and Other
Transport Equipment
75 51 08
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
100,000
0
100,000
0
0
0
100,000
0
100,000
4 computers a procured
Computer sofware products
procured and installed.
Computers a procured
Computer sofware products
procured and installed.
Printers procured and installed
Purchase of Office and
ICT Equipment, including
Software
2 desktop computers, 2 laptop
computers and 10 ipads
procured
Computer software products
procured and installed.
Photocopying machine procured
a nd installed.
76 51 08
In FY 2014/15, the following outputs will be achieved: HIV IEC Advocacy materials
prepared and disseminated,staff trained in short term courses relevant to their skills. Follow
up meetings held with cultural institutions to enhance HIV Prevention. Annual media
managers and Parliamentary HIV/AIDS dialogues held, HIV prevention messages developed
and disseminated and Advocacy events organised. Quarterly National Prevention & IEC/BCC
Committee meetings held, information Management TWG meetings organized, User needs
assessment conducted and Self Coordinating Entities supported in coordination and
management of HIV issues. HIV Mainstreaming guidelines and policy prepared and
disseminated. Sectors supported to integrate HIV issues in annual work plans and LGs
supported to integrate HV in BFPs and plans. Resource mobilization strategy disseminated
and Consensus building meetings on AIDS Trust Fund held. Self Coordinating Entities trained
in new Partnership Mechanisms, LGs and SCEs supported to develop HIV/AIDS action plans.
Work place policies for UAC and LGs developed and operationalised. Joint AIDS Review and
end term review of NSP conducted, sectors and LGs monitored and technical support
provided. Annual partnership Forum & Forum for HIV/AIDS Focal Persons held. LGs trained
in M&E, Financial audit reports prepared, quarterly review meetings and SCE review
meetings held and Quarterly and annual performance reports prepared. Enhanced commitment
from religious & cultural leaders to HIV prevention, Prevention messages developed and
disseminated through print and electronic mass media. Increased awareness of HIV/AIDS in
the population, Improved information base, Key issues in the response discussed. Prevention
strategy and plan printed and disseminated. UAC Strategic Plan & Annual work plan
developed, 32 Districts supported to develop HIV/AIDS strategic plans. Improved
mainstreaming of HIV/AIDS into Sector/LG BFPs and Budgets, revised NSP and M&E Plan
printed and disseminated and all Districts and municipalities monitored. Sectors, LGs and
CSO capacity to monitor HIV/AIDS will be enhanced. Joint AIDS Review conducted,
improved coordination of the response at the District level and Levels of HIV/AIDS funding
& allocation established, Institutional review recommendation implemented.
Outputs:
7/1/2014 6/30/2015 Start Date: Projected End Date:
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Project 0359 UAC Secretariat
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
Office furniture procured
2 printers procured and installed
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
18,000
0
18,000
18,000
0
18,000
83,000
0
83,000
GoU Development
External Financing
GRAND TOTAL
202,809
0
202,809
21,478
0
21,478
227,809
0
227,809
Annual Workplan for 2014/15 - Outputs, Activities, Inputs and their Cost
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
UAC headquarters, Sentema House and Zonal Offices renovated
Storage Container procured and installed
Renovation of UAC Offices ( headquarters, Sentema House and Zonal
Offces)
Procurement and installation of storage container
Government Buildings and Administrative Infrastructure 72 51 08
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
44,809
0
44,809
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Procurement and installation of storage Container
(Number)
1.0 20,000
Renovate UAC premises (Quartely) 4.0 24,809
Purchase of Motor Vehicles and Other Transport Equipment 75 51 08
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
100,000
0
100,000
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
2 desktop computers, 2 laptop computers and 10 ipads procured
Computer software products procured and installed.
Photocopying machine procured a nd installed.
Office furniture procured
2 printers procured and installed
Procurement of 2 desktops, 2 laptops computers, and 10 ipads
Procurement of computers' software
Procurement of photocopying machine
Procurement of printers
Procurement of Office furniture
Purchase of Office and ICT Equipment, including Software 76 51 08
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Printers (Number) 3.0 3,000
Procurement of 2 Desktop, 2 laptops and 10 ipads
(Number)
14.0 30,000
Procurement of Computer software and accounting
(Number)
4.0 10,000
Photocopying Machine (Quarter) 1.0 20,000
Procurement of Office furniture and filing cabinet
(Quarter)
2.0 20,000
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Recruitment of more staff to fill the gaps, motivating staff and equiping them with necessary equipments,
Development of policies, guidelines and disseminating them for use, enhancing the mainstreaming agenda,
strengthening prevention strategies, support LGs to mainstream HIV/AIDS in the BFPs and Budgets,
Develop and disseminate prevention messages through mass media, stregthen M&E systems, Organise Joint
Annual Reviews, Conduct support supervision and monitoring visits, support districts to develop
HIV/AIDS strategic plans, support coordination function at sector and district level, Website maintainance
and update, motivation of staff.
Medium Term Plans
(i) Measures to improve Efficiency
Table V3.2: Past and Medum Term Key Vote Output I ndicators*
UAC intends to invest in the procurement of ipads to reduce on the expenditure for stationery and other
manual systems.
Table V3.3: Key Unit Costs of Services Provided and Services Funded (Shs '000)
(ii) Vote Investment Plans
There are no major changes in the allocations on capital purchases in the medium term. The Allocations are
between 0.0278m and 0.05m.
Table V3.4: Allocations by Class of Output over the Medium Term
* Excluding Taxes and Arrears
2016/17
2012/13
Outturn
Releases
Prel. Actual
Approved
Plan
2014/15 2015/16
MTEF Projections 2013/14
Vote Function Key Output
Indicators and Costs:
Vote: 107 Uganda AIDS Commission
Vote Function:0851 Coordination of multi-sector response to HI V/AI DS
5.448 5.733 7.031 Vote Function Cost (UShs bn) 5.448 4.055 5.140
5.448 4.055 5.140 VF Cost Excluding Ext. Fin
No. of Districts supported to develop
HIV/AIDS strategic plans
30 111 40 40 40 N/A
5.448 5.733 7.031 Cost of Vote Services (UShs Bn) 5.448 4.055 5.140
5.448 4.055 5.140
Actual
2012/13
Actual
2013/14
Planned
2013/14
Proposed
2014/15
Costing Assumptions and Reasons for
any Changes and Variations from Plan
Unit Cost
Description
Vote Function:0851 Coordination of multi-sector response to HIV/AIDS
UAC does not do
implementation, it only
does coordination.
Therefore, there are no
specific key unit costs
for interventions.
2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17
(ii) % Vote Budget
Billion Uganda Shillings
(i) Allocation (Shs Bn)
2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17
5.3 5.3 5.6 96.7% 96.8% 97.7% Consumption Expendture(Outputs Provided)
0.1 0.0 0.9% 0.9% Grants and Subsidies (Outputs Funded)
0.1 0.1 0.1 2.3% 2.3% 2.3% Investment (Capital Purchases)
Vote Function: Coordination of multi-sector response to HI V/AI DS 0851
Project 0359 UAC Secretariat
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
83,000
0
83,000
GoU Development
External Financing
GRAND TOTAL
227,809
0
227,809
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(iii) Priority Vote Actions to Improve Sector Performance
UAC carried out an Institutional review exercise in FY 2011/12 which is under implementation.
Implementation will be in phase 3 of the FY 2014/15. This is improving performance in the HIV
interventions and response in particular the reduction of new infections.
Table V3.6: Vote Actions to I mprove Sector Performance
V4: Proposed Budget Allocations for 2014/15 and the Medium Term
Table V4.1: Past Outturns and Medium Term Projections by Vote Function*
This section sets out the proposed vote budget allocations for 2014/15 and the medium term, including
major areas of expenditures and any notable changes in allocations.
* Excluding Taxes and Arrears
Table V3.5: Major Capital I nvestments (Outputs of class Capital Purchases over 0.5Billion)
2013/14 Planned Actions: 2014/15 Planned Actions: MT Strategy: 2013/14 Actual Actions:
Children under one year old protected against life threatening diseases Sector Outcome 2:
Coordination of multi-sector response to HIV/AIDS 51 08 Vote Function:
VF Performance Issue: Prioritisation of functionality of HIV /AIDS coordination structures in MDA and Local Governments.
Continue re-engaging the
communities in HIV
prevention. Harmonise and
coordinate HIV prevention
activities of IPs, Harmonise
and clear HIV prevention
messages, LG strategic
planning guidelines and
coordination guidelines
monitored.
Develop the National HIV
Strategic Plan for 5 years with
new interventions.
Re-engage comprehensively
on behavioural change
interventions to reduce on new
infections.
VF Performance Issue: Shortage of HIV financial and human resources coupled with high donor dependence at all levels.
Follow up on the setting up
of an AIDS trust fund to
increase domestic financing,
institutionalisation of
NASA,and high level
engagement of ADPs and
MPs .
Finalise the HIV Investment
Case. Engage Parliament to
have an AIDS Trust Fund Bill
finalised.
Set up and operationalise an
AIDS Trust Fund to increase
domestic financing for
HIV/AIDS at all levels.
Final draft of the HIV/AIDS
Trust Fund presented to
MoFPED, MPs, MOH and
Top Leadership.
Continued engagement of the
Top Leadership, AIDS
Development Partners and
Memebrs of Parliament
especially throught their Self
Coordinating Entitiess
Health facilities receive adequate stocks of essential medicines and health supplies (EMHS) Sector Outcome 3:
Coordination of multi-sector response to HIV/AIDS 51 08 Vote Function:
VF Performance Issue: Recruit enough staff and re-engage all stakeholders in the HIV prevention to reduce HIV Incidence by
30%.
Implement a staff capacity
development strategy/plan,
Develop UAC strategic
continue Implementation of
the recommendations of the
institutional review, and
focus on prevention of HIV
to reduce new infections.
Lobby Gov't to increase
MTEF for 3rd phase
recruitment. Implement UAC
Strategic Plan, Prepare HIV
mainstreaming Policy, roll out
zonal concept to more
regions, and focus on
prevention of HIV to reduce
new infections.
Develop and implement a staff
capacity development strategy,
roll out the zonal concept to
all the 8 regions. Review and
realign the new National HIV
Strategic Plan to the revised
National Development Plan.
Two staff memmebrs recruited
to fill up originally vacant
positions. The process for
filling the position of Director
Planning and Strategic
Information.
New infections now reducing
2016/17
2012/13
Outturn
Releases
End Mar
Appr.
Budget
2014/15 2015/16
MTEF Budget Projections 2013/14
Vote: 107 Uganda AIDS Commission
7.031 5.448 5.140 4.055 5.448 5.733
0851 Coordination of multi-sector response to HIV/AIDS
Total for Vote:
7.031 5.448 5.140 4.055 5.448 5.733
Grand Total 5.4 5.4 5.7 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0%
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(i) The Total Budget over the Medium Term
The total budget in FY 2014/15 has remained the same as in the FY 2013/14 which is Shs. 5.45 billion. In
Financial Year 2015/16 however, the total resource allocation is increased by Shs.0.37 bn from Shs. 5.45 bn
to Shs. 5.82 bn. The total resource allocation for FY 2016/17 is Shs. 6.25bn which is Shs. 0.43 bn higher
than that of 2015/16.
(ii) The major expenditure allocations in the Vote for 2014/15
Uganda AIDS Commission's role is to coordinate the national multisectoral response to HIV/AIDS. To
perfom this role, the main areas of expenditure include; development of guidelines, policies and
disseminating them, Advocacy for HIV/AIDS, Strengthening NADIC and M&E system to manage and
disseminate data, information and Knowledge management, capacity building for self coordinating entities
and coordinating reseach and resource mobilisation, HIV/AIDS mainstreaming, support supervision and
monitoring of sectors and LGs, Joint Annual Review and Partnership Forum meetings.
(iii) The major planned changes in resource allocations within the Vote for 2014/15
There has been an increase in management and administrative resource alllocation and a reduction in
programme outputs' resources due to the increasing costs of managing the old fleet of vehicles, increase in
staff salaries and increase in new staff arising from the recommendations of the Institutional Review
Report. The deduction was effected to top-up the statutory requirements such as NSSF and gratuity for new
staff and maintenance of an old fleet of vehicles.
Table V4.3: 2013/14 and 2014/15 Budget Allocations by I tem
Table V4.2: Key Changes in Vote Resource Allocation
GoU Ext. Fin Total GoU Ext. Fin Total Million Uganda Shillings
2013/14 Approved Budget 2014/15 Draft Estimates
Output Class: Outputs Provided 5,270.2 0.0 5,270.2 5,272.2 0.0 5,272.2
853.4 0.0 853.4 913.7 0.0 913.7 211103 Allowances
1,381.3 0.0 1,381.3 1,381.3 0.0 1,381.3 211104 Statutory salaries
212.7 0.0 212.7 238.2 0.0 238.2 212101 Social Security Contributions
30.0 0.0 30.0 30.0 0.0 30.0 213001 Medical expenses (To employees)
Justification for proposed Changes
in Expenditure and Outputs
Changes in Budget Allocations and Outputs
in 2014/15 from 2013/14 Planned Levels:
Vote Function:0802 Coordination of multi-sector response to HIV/AIDS
02 Advocacy, Strategic Information and Knowlegde management 0851 Output:
UShs Bn: -0.031
UAC has engaged different stakeholders in public and
private sector to advocate for HIV prevention to reduce the
increasing new infections
Re-engagement of communities to reduce new infections have
been established in line with NDP objective of reducing new
infections by 40%.
04 Major policies, guidelines, strategic plans 0851 Output:
UShs Bn: 0.077
UAC will embark on the review of the national HIV Strategic
Plan 2011/12 - 2014/2015 and align it to the revised NDP.
Revise the mainstreaming policy and guidelines of HIV in
LGs and MDAs.
Alignement of the revised National HIV Strategic Plan and
guidelines to the NDP II priority areas will be a priority.
05 Monitoring and Evaluation 0851 Output:
UShs Bn: -0.035
Enhanced the capacity of several LGs and MDAs in HIV
prevention, care and treatment, social support and protection
and systems strengthening in quality data collection and
reporting.
The frequency of monitoring the HIV/AIDS interventions in
several LGs and MDAs has been reduced due to the capacity built
overtime.
72 Government Buildings and Administrative Infrastructure 0851 Output:
UShs Bn: -0.040
UAC building on Sentema Road wall fence was
reconstructed. More funds were allocated to ICT equipment,
furniture and computer software.
UAC building on Sentema Road has only the leaking roof to be
renovated. The release of funds in FY 2012/13 to fill vacant posts
created out of the Institutional Review was not matched with an
increase of funds to cater for furniture, ICT equipment and
software.
76 Purchase of Office and ICT Equipment, including Software 0851 Output:
UShs Bn: 0.065
UAC has allocated funds procurement of ICT equipment and
furniture to cater for additional staff..
The release of funds in FY 2012/13 to fill vacant posts created out
of the Institutional Review was not matched with an increase of
funds to cater for furniture, ICT equipment and software.
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V5: Vote Cross-Cutting Policy and Other Budgetary I ssues
This section discusses how the vote's plans will address and respond to the cross-cutting policy, issues of
gender and equity; HIV/AIDS; and the Environment, and other budgetary issues such as Arrears and NTR..
(i) Cross-cutting Policy Issues
(a) Gender and Equity
GoU Ext. Fin Total GoU Ext. Fin Total Million Uganda Shillings
2013/14 Approved Budget 2014/15 Draft Estimates
10.0 0.0 10.0 10.0 0.0 10.0 213002 Incapacity, death benefits and funeral expen
13.0 0.0 13.0 5.0 0.0 5.0 213003 Retrenchment costs
377.8 0.0 377.8 365.4 0.0 365.4 213004 Gratuity Expenses
140.0 0.0 140.0 40.0 0.0 40.0 221001 Advertising and Public Relations
220.1 0.0 220.1 214.9 0.0 214.9 221002 Workshops and Seminars
30.0 0.0 30.0 40.0 0.0 40.0 221003 Staff Training
20.0 0.0 20.0 10.0 0.0 10.0 221004 Recruitment Expenses
31.3 0.0 31.3 32.4 0.0 32.4 221007 Books, Periodicals & Newspapers
8.3 0.0 8.3 8.0 0.0 8.0 221008 Computer supplies and Information Technol
370.0 0.0 370.0 355.0 0.0 355.0 221009 Welfare and Entertainment
97.4 0.0 97.4 98.9 0.0 98.9 221011 Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Bind
2.0 0.0 2.0 0.5 0.0 0.5 221012 Small Office Equipment
52.0 0.0 52.0 55.0 0.0 55.0 221016 IFMS Recurrent costs
137.5 0.0 137.5 139.3 0.0 139.3 221017 Subscriptions
100.0 0.0 100.0 100.0 0.0 100.0 222001 Telecommunications
5.0 0.0 5.0 3.0 0.0 3.0 222002 Postage and Courier
7.0 0.0 7.0 5.0 0.0 5.0 223002 Rates
48.0 0.0 48.0 45.0 0.0 45.0 223004 Guard and Security services
30.0 0.0 30.0 30.0 0.0 30.0 223005 Electricity
10.0 0.0 10.0 6.0 0.0 6.0 223006 Water
40.1 0.0 40.1 87.5 0.0 87.5 225001 Consultancy Services- Short term
1.0 0.0 1.0 1.0 0.0 1.0 226001 Insurances
402.6 0.0 402.6 307.9 0.0 307.9 227001 Travel inland
54.2 0.0 54.2 54.2 0.0 54.2 227002 Travel abroad
315.4 0.0 315.4 320.0 0.0 320.0 227004 Fuel, Lubricants and Oils
30.0 0.0 30.0 35.0 0.0 35.0 228001 Maintenance - Civil
200.0 0.0 200.0 300.0 0.0 300.0 228002 Maintenance - Vehicles
40.0 0.0 40.0 40.0 0.0 40.0 228003 Maintenance Machinery, Equipment & Fu
Output Class: Outputs Funded 50.0 0.0 50.0 48.0 0.0 48.0
50.0 0.0 50.0 48.0 0.0 48.0 264103 Grants to Cultural Institutions/ Leaders
Output Class: Capital Purchases 227.8 0.0 227.8 227.8 0.0 227.8
109.8 0.0 109.8 44.8 0.0 44.8 231001 Non Residential buildings (Depreciation)
18.0 0.0 18.0 83.0 0.0 83.0 231005 Machinery and equipment
100.0 0.0 100.0 100.0 0.0 100.0 312206 Gross Tax
5,548.0 0.0 5,548.0 5,548.0 0.0 5,548.0 Grand Total:
Total Excluding Taxes and Arrears 5,448.0 0.0 5,448.0 5,448.0 0.0 5,448.0
To integrate gender issues into the coordination of HIV interventions in LGs and MDAs Objective:
Minimal consideration of gender in the implementation of HIV/AIDS
interventions in MDAs and LGs
1. Develop and disseminate user friendly and gender sensitive IEC materials
2. Develop and operationalise gender sensitive HIV workplace policies
0.035
- Number of IEC materials developed.
- Number of IEC materials distributed per category.
Issue of Concern :
Proposed Intervensions
Budget Allocations
Performance Indicators
UGX billion
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(b) HI V/AI DS
(c) Environment
(ii) Verrified Outstanding Arrears for the Vote
(iii) Non Tax Revenue Collections
The Uganda AIDS Control Project incurred bills and at the closure of the project these were taken over by
UAC .
During the FY2014/15, UAC projects to collect about Ugx. 27,000,000 as detailed below: Rent 24,000,000,Sale of
bids Ugx. 3,093,300.
Payee Payment Due Date Amount (UShs Bn)
Square Ventures Ltd 12/31/2013 0.00
RSZ 12/31/2013 0.00
Nelis Technical Services Ltd 12/31/2013 0.00
National Medical Stores 12/31/2013 0.09
Guy Motors Ltd 12/31/2013 0.00
Total: 0.100
- Number of workplace policies developed in LGs and MDAs.
- Evidence of implementation of gender sensitive HIV workplace
policies
Objective: To mainstream HIV/AIDS interventions into the implementation of the multi-sectoral HIV
response.
Minimal prioritisation of HIV mainstreaming interventions in LGs and MDAs.
1. Commemoration of advocacy events like World AIDS Day, Philly Lutaaya Day and Candle Light
Day
2. Training of LGs and MDAs in HIV Mainstreaming
3. Support the development of HIV workplace policies
4. Provision of medical treatment to staff
0.17
- Number of HIV advocay events commemorated.
- Number of LGs trained in Mainstreaming.
- Number of MDAs trained in mainstreaming.
- Number of MDAs with HIV workplace policies.
- Number of staff support to access medical services.
Issue of Concern :
Proposed Intervensions
Budget Allocations
Performance Indicators
UGX billion
Objective: To maintain environmental friendly workplace
Disposal of garbage and maintenance of the environment around UAC Offices
1. Disposal of garbage in an environmental friendly manner
2. Cleaning of UAC Offices
3. Maintanence of the real estates around UAC Offices
4. Maintanaince of the sewage system at UAC Offices
0.03
Evidence of clean and staff friendly environment at UAC Offices
Issue of Concern :
Proposed Intervensions
Budget Allocations
Performance Indicators
UGX billion
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Program : Statutory
CostCentre: Advocacy and Strategic I nformatio
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
661734K Zepher Karyabakabo 44,824,236 UAC02-SE/1 3,735,353 44,824,236 UAC02-SE/1 3,735,353 0
661750W Enid Turumanya Wamani 44,824,236 UAC02-SE/1 3,735,353 44,824,236 UAC02-SE/1 3,735,353 0
661696T Lillian Tatwebwa 32,825,484 UAC04-E/1 - 2,735,457 32,825,484 UAC04-E/1 - 2,735,457 0
661762M Peter Mudiope 32,825,484 UAC04-E/1 - 2,735,457 32,825,484 UAC04-E/1 - 2,735,457 0
661758B Agnes Asulo Biribonwa 32,825,484 UAC04-E/1 - 2,735,457 32,825,484 UAC04-E/1 - 2,735,457 0
661755M Michael Matsiko 21,377,748 UAC05-PO/1 1,781,479 21,377,748 UAC05-PO/1 1,781,479 0
661761O Denis Ojok 21,377,748 UAC05-PO/1 1,781,479 21,377,748 UAC05-PO/1 1,781,479 0
661759E Tom Etii 28,282,764 UAC05-PO/1 2,356,897 28,282,764 UAC05-PO/1 2,356,897 0
661757W Stella Nasuuna Watya 28,282,764 UAC05-PO/1 2,356,897 28,282,764 UAC05-PO/1 2,356,897 0
661754K Loyce Kemigisha Arinaitwe 28,282,764 UAC05-PO/1 2,356,897 28,282,764 UAC05-PO/1 2,356,897 0
661745T Isaac Twinomujuni 20,599,656 UAC06-SO/1 1,716,638 20,599,656 UAC06-SO/1 1,716,638 0
661699T Jennifer Tumusiime 23,542,476 UAC06-SO/1 1,961,873 23,542,476 UAC06-SO/1 1,961,873 0
661698O David Muttu Okada 16,760,976 UAC08-TE/1 1,396,748 16,760,976 UAC08-TE/1 1,396,748 0
661688C Susan Candiru 29,195,256 Personal to H 2,432,938 29,195,256 Personal to H 2,432,938 0
661742N Dr Caroline Nakkazi 28,266,432 Personal to H 2,355,536 28,266,432 Personal to H 2,355,536 0
661722K Daniel Kyeyune 33,439,800 Personal to H 2,786,650 33,439,800 Personal to H 2,786,650 0
CostCentre: Management and Administration
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Program : Statutory
CostCentre: Management and Administration
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
661682K David Kihumuro Apuuli 55,158,132 UAC01-S/1 - 4,596,511 55,158,132 UAC01-S/1 - 4,596,511 0
661733N Vinand Nantulya 56,812,872 UAC01-S/1 - 4,734,406 56,812,872 UAC01-S/1 - 4,734,406 0
661748A Agatha Achom Mutenyo 44,824,236 UAC02-SE/1 3,735,353 44,824,236 UAC02-SE/1 3,735,353 0
661749G Paul Gimeyi 44,824,236 UAC02-SE/1 3,735,353 44,824,236 UAC02-SE/1 3,735,353 0
661751T Zephyr Tanzani Kibenge 44,824,236 UAC02-SE/1 3,735,353 44,824,236 UAC02-SE/1 3,735,353 0
661697A Deborah Ampeire 23,542,476 UAC06-SO/1 1,961,873 23,542,476 UAC06-SO/1 1,961,873 0
661707G Bonnie Gansusure 23,542,476 UAC06-SO/1 1,961,873 23,542,476 UAC06-SO/1 1,961,873 0
661705W Simon Wairugala 23,542,476 UAC06-SO/1 1,961,873 23,542,476 UAC06-SO/1 1,961,873 0
661760N Agnes Naluko 23,542,476 UAC06-SO/1 1,961,873 23,542,476 UAC06-SO/1 1,961,873 0
661747W Moses Wangalwa 25,955,568 UAC06-SO/1 2,162,964 25,955,568 UAC06-SO/1 2,162,964 0
661735K Elizabeth Katwesigye 28,400,436 UAC06-SO/1 2,366,703 28,400,436 UAC06-SO/1 2,366,703 0
661725N Judith Namusisi 18,649,320 UAC07-TE/1 1,554,110 18,649,320 UAC07-TE/1 1,554,110 0
661712O Christine Mary Okiiso 12,549,396 UAC08-TE/1 1,045,783 12,549,396 UAC08-TE/1 1,045,783 0
661753K Richard Kalema 12,549,396 UAC08-TE/1 1,045,783 12,549,396 UAC08-TE/1 1,045,783 0
661756L Herbert Lumbuye 12,549,396 UAC08-TE/1 1,045,783 12,549,396 UAC08-TE/1 1,045,783 0
661709A Christine Karugonjo Anyait 15,812,244 UAC08-TE/1 1,317,687 15,812,244 UAC08-TE/1 1,317,687 0
661704O Josephine Odunge 16,760,976 UAC08-TE/1 1,396,748 16,760,976 UAC08-TE/1 1,396,748 0
661703K Jenipher Kiggundu 16,760,976 UAC08-TE/1 1,396,748 16,760,976 UAC08-TE/1 1,396,748 0
661736I Jane Frances Imalingat 16,760,976 UAC08-TE/1 1,396,748 16,760,976 UAC08-TE/1 1,396,748 0
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Vote Function 0851: Coordination of multi-sector response to HI V/AI DS
Program : Statutory
CostCentre: Management and Administration
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
661718K Balaam Kyaligonza 7,779,552 UAC10-SS/1 648,296 7,779,552 UAC10-SS/1 648,296 0
661732K Norah Kamiti 7,779,552 UAC10-SS/1 648,296 7,779,552 UAC10-SS/1 648,296 0
661763A Ben Geoffrey Adriko 7,779,552 UAC10-SS/1 648,296 7,779,552 UAC10-SS/1 648,296 0
661752K Samuel Mande Kiguli 7,779,552 UAC10-SS/1 648,296 7,779,552 UAC10-SS/1 648,296 0
661744N Daisy Nakkungu 7,779,552 UAC10-SS/1 648,296 7,779,552 UAC10-SS/1 648,296 0
661714R Henry Rukidi 7,779,552 UAC10-SS/1 648,296 7,779,552 UAC10-SS/1 648,296 0
661737G Charles Gwama 7,779,552 UAC10-SS/1 648,296 7,779,552 UAC10-SS/1 648,296 0
661728K Paul Kakooza 7,779,552 UAC10-SS/1 648,296 7,779,552 UAC10-SS/1 648,296 0
661724B Steven Banyagi 7,779,552 UAC10-SS/1 648,296 7,779,552 UAC10-SS/1 648,296 0
661721M John Mukasa 7,779,552 UAC10-SS/1 648,296 7,779,552 UAC10-SS/1 648,296 0
661720O James Okoboi 7,779,552 UAC10-SS/1 648,296 7,779,552 UAC10-SS/1 648,296 0
661716J Ronald Jjuuko 7,779,552 UAC10-SS/1 648,296 7,779,552 UAC10-SS/1 648,296 0
661738K Richard Kyebambe 7,779,552 UAC10-SS/1 648,296 7,779,552 UAC10-SS/1 648,296 0
661730B Godfrey Byarugaba 33,439,800 Personal to H 2,786,650 33,439,800 Personal to H 2,786,650 0
661706S Christine Sserwadda Nantale 16,143,156 Personal to H 1,345,263 16,143,156 Personal to H 1,345,263 0
661700O Robert Opira 18,773,388 Personal to H 1,564,449 18,773,388 Personal to H 1,564,449 0
661739K Sophia Kyomuhendo 31,169,172 Personal to H 2,597,431 31,169,172 ersonal to Ho 2,597,431 0
CostCentre: Monitoring and Evaluation
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Vote Function 0851: Coordination of multi-sector response to HI V/AI DS
Program : Statutory
CostCentre: Monitoring and Evaluation
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
661729B Denis Busobozi 28,266,432 Personal to H 2,355,536 28,266,432 Personal to H 2,355,536 0
661740W Peter Wakooba 33,439,800 Personal to H 2,786,650 33,439,800 Personal to H 2,786,650 0
CostCentre: Planning
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
661726M Grace Murindwa 44,824,236 UAC02-SE/1 3,735,353 44,824,236 UAC02-SE/1 3,735,353 0
661741C Stephen Maunya Cheshewa 33,439,800 Personal to H 2,786,650 33,439,800 Personal to H 2,786,650 0
Total Annual Salary (Ushs) for Program : Statutory 1,325,525,568 1,325,525,568 0
Total Annual Salary (Ushs) for : Uganda AI DS Commission 1,325,525,568 1,325,525,568 0
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Ethics and Integrity Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Ethics and Integrity
112
The chart below shows total funding allocations to the Vote by Vote Function over the medium term:
Table V1.1: Overview of Vote Expenditures (UShs Billion)
(ii) Summary of Past Performance and Medium Term Budget Allocations
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Chart V1.1: Medium Term Budget Projections by Vote Function (Excluding Taxes, Arrears)
V1: Vote Overview
To Coordinate National efforts against corruption and empower the Ugandan society to uphold moral
values and principles.
(i) Vote Mission Statement
Wage
Non Wage
GoU
Ext. Fin
GoU Total
Total GoU + Ext Fin (MTEF)
Development
Recurrent
Taxes 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
Total Budget 5.404 3.920 4.254 5.891
(ii) Arrears
and Taxes
Arrears 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.487 N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A N/A
(i) Excluding Arrears, Taxes
0.687 0.551 0.294 0.311 0.551 0.590
3.882 3.642 3.485 2.732 3.642 3.715
0.928 1.211 0.141 1.211 1.211 0.884
0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
5.498 5.404 3.920 4.254 5.404 5.189
5.498 5.404 3.920 4.254 5.404 5.189
2016/17
2012/13
Outturn
Rel. by
End Mar
Approved
Budget
2014/15 2015/16
MTEF Budget Projections 2013/14
Vote Overview
196
Ethics and Integrity Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Ethics and Integrity
112
V2: Vote Performance for FY 2013/14 and Planned Outputs for FY 2014/15
(i) Past Vote Outputs
This section describes past vote performance and planned Outputs, in terms of key vote outputs
Table V2.1: Past and 2014/15 Planned Key Vote Outputs
1. Conducted training to integrate ethical values in 4 PTCs (Arua, Jinja, Iganga and Lodonga Core PTCS)
2. Conducted training to build capacity of 12 District Integrity Promotion Forum (Masaka, Rakai, Sheema,
Bushenyi, Mubende, Mityana, Nakasongola, Luweero, Kumi, Bukedea, Kamuli and Kaliro )
3. Conducted sensitization seminars for 13 schools in Kampala district on the danger of drug abuse and
immorality.
4. Developed IEC materials for the dissemination of National Ethical Values Policy
5. Conducted a consultative meeting on training manual and resource book for law enforcement agencies.
6. Disseminated anti corruption laws in Mukono, Buvuma Island, Buikwe, Kayunga and Kampala districts.
7.Initiated legislation for Anti Corruption Court.
8.Reviewed the Zero Tolerance to Corruption Policy.
9. Reviewed the Qui Tam law principles.
10. Developed Citizens's Hanbook on anti corruption.
11. Printed 100 copies of the National Ethical Values Policy
12. Printed 500 copies of the Simplified version of the Anti Corruption laws
13. Conducted 16 workshops to coordinate anti corruption efforts (roll IAF) in local governments. (Masaka,
Rakai, Sheema, Bushenyi, Mubende, Mityana, Nakasongola, Luweero, Kumi, Bukedea, Kamuli, Kaliro,
Buikwe, Kayunga, Mukono and Kampala )
14.Conducted 2 IAF sub working Group meetings (PEC sub workingGroup) 15. Conducted one ACPPP
training workshop for CSOs of Nothern Uganda Anti Corruption coalition. 16. Procured 3 station wagons, 2
pick ups and 1 mini bus to ease transport problem. 17. Procured books, periodicals/newspapers for office.
18. Maintained 17 vehicles 19. Facilitated 4 officers to attend International Anti Corruption Conferences
Preliminary 2013/14 Performance
(iii) Vote Outcomes and Outcome Indicators
The table below sets out the vote outcomes and outcome indicators
Table V1.3: Vote Outcomes and Outcome I ndicators
V3: Detailed Planned Outputs for FY 2014/15
Achievements by End March Planned outputs Planned Outputs
2013/14
Vote, Vote Function
Key Output
2014/15
Vote: 112 Ethics and Integrity
Vote Function: 1452 Governance and Accountability
Formulation and monitoring of Policies, laws and strategies 145201 Output:
Conducted 2 NACS Task force
meetings to complete the
development of the new cycle of
NACS 92014/18)and 3 Legal
Taskforce meetings to develop
Zero Tolerance to Corruption
Policy
Four functional IAF working
Groups, namely; Legal Task
Force, NACS Technical
working Group, ACPPP Task
Force and Communication
working Group functional
Description of Outputs:
Public education and awareness 145202 Output:
10 district integrity promotion
forums established and their
capacity enhanced
16 District Integrity Promotion
Forum established and their
capacity enhanced
8 district integrity promotion
forums established and their
capacity enhanced
Description of Outputs:
National Anti Corruption Startegy Coordinated 145204 Output:
National Anti Corruption
Strategy (NACS) disseminated
to 20 districts
Conducted consultations in 16
districts and held 2 IAF/MDAs
consultation workshop to
Finalise NACS for IAF
Approval.
National Anti Corruption
Strategy (NACS) disseminated
to 40 districts
Description of Outputs:
Vote Overview
197
Ethics and Integrity Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Ethics and Integrity
112
1.Review of Leadership Code Act completed
2.Asset Recovery Legislation developed.
3.Annual self assessment of compliance with Regional and International anti Corruption Legal Instruments
undertaken.
4.Popular Version of anti-corruption laws disseminated to 12 districts.
5. Implementation reports of Commissions of Inquiry into corruption reviewed.
6. Approved National ethical values disseminated to key stakeholders (District leaders, Teachers, Cultural
leaders, CSO partners, Academicians, Opinion leaders and special interest groups) in 16 sub regions of
Uganda.
7. Integration and implementation of Ethical values effectively enhanced in 6 PTCs.
8.Accountability and effective leadership enhanced in Local governments
9.Support to implementation of codes of conduct among professional bodies provided.
10.Coordination of ACPPP strengthened.
11. National anti corruption efforts coordinated.
12. Human resources effectively managed.
13. Sufficient financial resources mobilized, managed and accounted for.
14. Public Procurement and Public disposal functions effectively managed.
15. DEI IEC strategy effectively managed.
2014/15 Planned Outputs
Table V3.1: Vote Function Profiles, Programme/Project Profiles and Workplan Outputs
Vote Function: Governance and Accountability 1452
Services:
Responsible Officer:
Vote Function Profile
The main services of the Governance and Accountability Vote Function is to
provide leadership in the national efforts to fight corruption, set ethical standards
for rebuilding ethics and Integrity in society, strengthening the legal frame work
for fighting corruption, monitor the implementation of anti corruption policies.
SECRETARY, ETHICS & INTEGRITY
Vote Function Projects and Programmes:
Project or Programme Name Responsible Officer
Recurrent Programmes
01 Finance and Administration PRINCIPAL ASSISTANT SECRETARY
02 Ethics Education and Information Management DIRECTOR ETHICS
03 Legal Services DIRECTOR LEGAL SERVICES
04 Internal Audit Department SENIOR INTERNAL AUDITOR
Development Projects
1226 Support to Directorate of Ethics and Integrity SECRETARY
Programme 01 Finance and Administration
PRINCIPAL ASSISTANT SECRETARY
To provide effective and efficient financial and administrativet services to DEI
KEY OUTPUTS: 1.The Inter Agency Forum against Ccorruption ( IAF ) coordinated
2. NACS implementation monitored in 40 districts
3. Annual NACS performance report
compiled.

5. Structure of the DEI reviewed to improve efficiency and effectiveness.
Responsible Officer:
Objectives:
Outputs:
Programme Profile
Vote Overview
198
Ethics and Integrity Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Ethics and Integrity
112
Vote Function: Governance and Accountability 1452
Programme 01 Finance and Administration
6. Logistical support provided and general facilities managed.
7. International Conventions and obligations complied with.
(IAACA, AAPAM, 2 UNODC
Meetings).



KEY ACTIVITIES: 1. Printing of 2,000 copies of the NACS and other manuals.
2. Conduct a national workshop to launch the NACS
6. Organise and conduct an exercise to monitor the implementation of NACS
7. Provide a Secretariat and coordination function for the IAF.
8. Organise and conduct an annual IAF performance Review workshop.
9. Conduct & facilitate 12 IAF working sub-committees activities.
10. Compile and printe the annual NACS performance report.
11. Disseminate the NACS performance report in the Print and Electronic
media.
12. Continue to pursue the review the DEI organizational structure by the MoPS.
12. Conduct performance management and appraisal of staff.
13. Fill vacant posts
14. Finalize the updating of payroll to Integrated Personnel Payroll System (IPPS)for staff
salaries
15. Pay staff allowances.
16. Meet the welfare and entertainment needs of staff.
17. Capacity building and staff training.
18. Facilitating the MSE&I and SEC/E&I to coordinate the
National efforts against corruption.
19. Managing of DEI fleet.
20. Timely payment for utilities. (Rent, telecommunications, electricity & water)
21. Payment of medical expenses to entitled officers.
22. Provision for death benefits and incapacity.
23. Provision of newspapers, books and periodicals.
24. Printing, stationery and photocopying.
Vote Overview
199
Ethics and Integrity Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Ethics and Integrity
112
Vote Function: Governance and Accountability 1452
Programme 01 Finance and Administration
Workplan Outputs for 2013/14 and 2014/15
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
1.The Inter Agency Forum
against Ccorruption ( IAF )
coordinated
2. NACS disseminated to 12
districts
3. Twenty districts monitored
on their implementation of
NACS
4. Annual NACS performance
report compiled.
1. Printed 100 copies of the
National Ethical Values Policy
2. Printed 500 copies of the
Simplified version of the Anti
Corruption laws
3. Printed IEC materials for the
dissemination of the National
Ethical Values Policy
4. Conducted workshops to
coordinate anti corruption
efforts (roll IAF) in Mubende,
Nakasongola, Mityana, Luwero,
Rakai, Masaka, Kumi,
Bukedea, Kamuli, Kaliro,
Kayunga, Mukono, Buikwe,
Buvuma and Kampala districts.
5.Facilitated two ( 3) IAF sub
working Group meetings
(NACS IAF Technical Working
Group meeting and IAF/ACPPP
Task Force meeting and PEC
working Group)
6. Developed and run 3
newspaper supplements to
create public awareness on
issues of corruption and ethics
& integrity.
7. Facilitated 4 staff travel
abroad to attend conferences on
anti corruption in Panama.
National Anti Corruption
Startegy Coordinated
1. Forty districts monitored on
the implementation of NACS.
2. Four IAF and 4 technical
working groups meetings and
activities coordinated.
3. NACS Annual performance
report compiled and
disseminated to stakeholders.
4. 4 Regional meetings for
RDC's Cordinated
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Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
963,200
963,200
0
627,048
627,048
0
274,000
274,000
1. Structure of the DEI
reviewed to improve efficiency
and effectiveness.
2. Logistical support provided
and general facilities managed.
3. International Conventions
and obligations complied with.
(IAACA, AAPAM, 2 UNODC
Meetings).
1. Continued to pursue the
review the DEI organizational
structure by the MoPS.
2. Conducted performance
management and appraisal of
staff.
3. Advertised vacant posts
4. Patd staff allowances.
5. Met the welfare and
DEI Support Services 1. Structure of DEI reviewed to
improve efficiency and
effectiveness.
2. Logistical support provided
and general facilities managed.
3. International Conventions
and obligations complied with
(IAACA, AAPAM, IACA 2
UNODC metings)
4. Contributions to Proffesiional
05 52 14
25. Meeting the IFMS recurrent costs
26. Meeting of classified expenses
27. Goods and services procured against plan.
28. Advertising and PR.
29. Procuring air tickets and facilitating officers to travel to attend standing official trips
30. Compiling relevant reports (by officers) on conferences,
meetings and workshops attended.
Vote Overview
200
Ethics and Integrity Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Ethics and Integrity
112
Vote Function: Governance and Accountability 1452
Programme 01 Finance and Administration
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
entertainment needs of staff.
6. Facilitated 6 training.
7. Facilitated the MSE&I and
SEC/E&I to coordinate the
National efforts against
corruption.
8. Managed DEI fleet.
9. Timely payment for utilities.
(Rent, telecommunications,
electricity & water)
10. Payment of medical
expenses to entitled officers.
11. Provision for death benefits
and incapacity.
12. Provision of newspapers,
books and periodicals.
13. Printing, stationery and
photocopying.
14. Meeting the IFMS recurrent
costs
15. Meeting of classified
expenses
16. Goods and services
procured against plan.
17. Advertising and PR.
18. Procuried air tickets for 2
officers to travel to attend
standing official trips
bodies, MDAs ansd
Subscriptions undertaken.
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
301,132
1,421,158
1,722,291
144,806
1,273,789
1,418,595
301,132
1,686,358
1,987,491
Arrears 99 52 14
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
487,106
487,106
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
301,132
2,384,358
2,685,491
144,806
1,900,838
2,045,644
301,132
2,447,464
2,748,597
Annual Workplan for 2014/15 - Outputs, Activities, Inputs and their Cost
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
1. Forty districts monitored on the implementation of NACS.
2. Four IAF and 4 technical working groups meetings and activities
coordinated.
3. NACS Annual performance report compiled and disseminated to
stakeholders.
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Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Fuel (Litres) 10,000.0 40,000
Sitting allowance (No. Of Officers) 400.0 40,000
Printing (No.of documents) 3.0 1,500
Assorted stationery (No.of Items) 4.0 4,000
Printing of materials (No.of materials) 0.0 0
Meals and refreshments (No.of Officers) 400.0 24,000
Transport refund (No.of Officers) 400.0 40,000
Coordination of workshops (No.of travels) 5.0 8,500
Vote Overview
201
Ethics and Integrity Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Ethics and Integrity
112
Vote Function: Governance and Accountability 1452
Programme 01 Finance and Administration
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
4. 4 Regional meetings for RDC's Cordinated
1. Conduct at least 16 field visits to monitor the implementation of DIPF,
National ethical values and dissemination of the anti corruption laws.
2.Organise 4 IAF meetings.
3. Organise 4 IAF technical working group meetings
4. Hold an annual review workshop for the anti corruption agencies and
other stakeholders.
5. Facilitate regional meetings for RDC's
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
274,000
274,000
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Venue Hire (No.of Venues) 4.0 16,000
Perdiem for central staff (Shs.) 10.0 100,000
1. Structure of DEI reviewed to improve efficiency and effectiveness.
2. Logistical support provided and general facilities managed.
3. International Conventions and obligations complied with (IAACA,
AAPAM, IACA 2 UNODC metings)
4. Contributions to Proffesiional bodies, MDAs ansd Subscriptions
undertaken.
1. Review Dei organisational struture and submit to Ministry of Public
Service.
2. Conduct performance management and appraisal of staff.
3. Fill vacant positions
4. Update payroll to integrated Personnel Payroll System (IPPS) for staff
salaries.
5. Pay staff monthly allowances.
6. Manage staff travel inland.
7. Meet staff death and burial expenses.
8. Manage DEI fleet.
9. Pay rent and utilities.
10. Pay for cleaning services.
11. Vehicle maintenaces
12. Printing and stationery.
13. Welfare and entertainment.
14. Meet classified expenses.
15.Advertising and Public relations.
16. Staff training.
17. Books and periodicals
18. Compile quartely budget performance.
DEI Support Services 05 52 14
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Fuel (litres) 10,000.0 40,000
Fuel, lubricant and Oils (litres) 17,500.0 70,000
Adverts and publications (No.of Adverts) 2.0 40,000
Electricity Bills (No.of Bills) 1.0 24,000
Books and News papers (No.of books) 40.0 20,000
Vehicle mantainance (No.of cars) 8.0 16,000
Classfied activities for the Minister (No.of
expenses)
2.0 40,000
F &A Expenses (No.of Expenses) 4.0 28,000
IFMS Expenses (No.of expenses) 4.0 12,000
Welfare expenses (No.of Expenses) 4.0 10,000
Printing (No.of items) 4.0 12,000
Stationery supplies (No.of items) 4.0 40,000
Allowances (perdiem) (No.of Officers) 63.6 38,896
End of Year Party (No.of Parties) 0.7 65,930
Machine repairs (No.of repairs) 10.0 10,000
Training of Staff (No.of Staff) 5.0 45,000
Assorted stationery (No.of supplies) 4.0 12,000
Change of the tickets and other incidentals (No.of
tickets)
2.0 1,704
Telecommunication Expenses (No.of times) 7.0 42,000
Air tickets (No.of travels) 10.0 50,000
Visa tickets (No.of travels) 12.0 7,200
Mantainance of vehicles (No.of vehicles) 25.0 50,000
Venue Hire (No.of Venues) 4.0 12,200
Cleaning services, repairs (Number) 12.9 36,000
Small Office Equipment (Number) 20.0 10,000
Rent (Per annum) 11.2 440,000
Allowances for staff (per month) 12.7 469,228
Imprest and others (Per month) 12.0 24,000
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 25.0 301,132
Guard and Security services (Quarterly) 12.8 10,200
subscription to Ugandal Law Society and other Inte
(Shs)
2.0 10,000
Vote Overview
202
Ethics and Integrity Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Ethics and Integrity
112
Vote Function: Governance and Accountability 1452
Programme 01 Finance and Administration
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
19.Facilitate DEI international travel
20. Contribute to the Proffessional bodies, MDAs and pay Subscriptions
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
301,132
1,686,358
1,987,491
Arrears 99 52 14
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
487,106
487,106
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
301,132
2,447,464
2,748,597
Programme 02 Ethics Education and I nformation Management
DIRECTOR ETHICS
1) To develop and mainstream national ethical values in public and core private institutions
by 2015. 2) To increase public demand for accountability and enhance service delivery by
2015
KEY OUTPUTS: 1. Approved National ethical values policy disseminated to key
stakeholders (Youths, CSO partners, Teachers, opinion leaders, political leaders, religious
leaders and the civil servants) in five sub regions.
2. The capacity of Tutors of Primary Teacher Colleges (PTCs) from Eastern region to
integrate ethical values in school activities enhanced.
4. Accountability and effective leadership enhanced in 5
districts.
5. NACS diseminated in 40 districts
6. Participation of Anti Corruption Public Private Partnership (ACPPP) members in anti
corruption activities enhanced.
7. Information, Education and Communication(IEC) materials produced
8. Public awareness on issues of corruption, accountability and integrity through print and
electronic media
enhanced.



KEY ACTIVITIES: 1.Conduct 5 dissemination meetings for religious leaders, Head
teachers and political leaders.
2.Disseminate the National Ethical values at regional level using the local FM stations.
3. Conduct sensitization on National Ethical Values in 48 secondary schools.
Responsible Officer:
Objectives:
Outputs:
Programme Profile
Vote Overview
203
Ethics and Integrity Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Ethics and Integrity
112
Vote Function: Governance and Accountability 1452
Programme 02 Ethics Education and I nformation Management
Workplan Outputs for 2013/14 and 2014/15
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
1. Approved National ethical
values policy disseminated to
key stakeholders (Youths, CSO
partners, Teachers, opinion
leaders, political leaders,
religious leaders and the civil
servants) in five sub regions.
2. The capacity of Tutors of
Primary Teacher Colleges
(PTCs) from Northern and West
Nile sub regions to integrate
ethical values in school
activities enhanced.
3. Accountability and effective
leadership enhanced in 6
districts of Eastern, West Nile
and mid-western regions.
4. Participation of Anti
Corruption Public Private
Partnership (ACPPP) members
in anti corruption activities
enhanced.
5. Information, Education and
Communication(IEC) materials
produced
6. Public awareness on issues of
corruption, accountability and
integrity through print and
electronic media enhanced.
1. Conducted training to
integrate ethical values in 4
PTCs (Arua, Lodonga, Iganga
and Jinja Core PTCS)
2. Conducted training to build
capacity of 12 District Integrity
Promotion Forum (Masaka,
Rakai, Mubende, Mityana,
Sheema, Bushenyi, Luweero,
Nakasongola, Kumi, Bukedea,
Kamuli and Kaliro)
3. Conducted sensitization
seminars for 13 schools in
Kampala district on the danger
of drug abuse and immorality.
4. Developed IEC materials for
the dissemination of National
ethical values Policy
5. The National Ethical Values
Policy was launched on 8th
October 2013 by H.E the
President.
6. Conducted the NEVP
national dissemination
workshop at Munyonyo Resort
Hotel in december 2013.
7. Conducted one consultation
workshop for Head Teachers on
the implementation of the
National Ethical Values Policy
in the education institutions.
8. Conducted three ACPPP/IAF
Taskforce meeting to discuss
issues from CSOs.
9. Conducted an ACPPP
training workshop for CSOs in
Public education and
awareness
1. 5000 copies of the approved
National Anti Corruption
Strategy (NACS) printed
2. Approved National Ethical
Values Policy disseminated to
key stakeholders such as
religious leaders, education
institutions, government leaders,
and the general public.
3. Ethical code of conduct
among professional associations
stregnthened.
4. Work ethics and effective
leadership mainstreamed within
MDAs and Local Government.
5.National Anti Corruption
(NACS) strategy disseminated
to key stakeholders.
6. Participation of ACPPP
members in anti corruption
activities enhanced.
7. Public awareness on issues of
corruption, accountability and
integrity enhanced through print
and electronic media.
02 52 14
4. Conduct training for Tutors of 4 PTCs on effective integration of ethical values in school
activities in Eastern and Central Uganda.
5. Print a step by step guide to enable the integration of ethical values in the learning process.
6. Organise 5 consultative meetings with five Professional Associations on the need for
effective enforcement of their Codes of Conduct (Accountants, Engineers, Medical workers,
lawyers etc).
7. Conduct 5 DIPF training workshops on promotion of ethical standards in local government.
8. Conduct a training on work ethics with Uganda Police Force through their scheduled traing
programmes.
9. Conduct workshops to disseminate NACS in 40 districts.
10. Conduct 2 IAF/ACPPP joint monitoring of NACS
11. Conduct an annual ACPPP review workshop.
12. Conduct 4 ACPPP task force meetings
13. Develop IEC materials for public sensitization.
14. Send bulk SMS messages to the public on issues of ethics and integrity.
15. Organise quartely media briefs on issues of immorality.
16 Continously update DEI website.
Vote Overview
204
Ethics and Integrity Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Ethics and Integrity
112
Vote Function: Governance and Accountability 1452
Programme 02 Ethics Education and I nformation Management
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
Northern Uganda Anti
Corruption Coalition.
10. Conducted a consultative
meetings with leaders of Allied
Health Workers Association.
11. Conducted a workshop to
disseminate the National Ethical
Values Policy to stakeholders
from Northern Uganda.
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
103,462
530,000
633,462
56,671
357,962
414,634
103,462
894,000
997,462
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
103,462
530,000
633,462
56,671
357,962
414,634
103,462
894,000
997,462
Annual Workplan for 2014/15 - Outputs, Activities, Inputs and their Cost
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
1. 5000 copies of the approved National Anti Corruption Strategy (NACS)
printed
2. Approved National Ethical Values Policy disseminated to key
stakeholders such as religious leaders, education institutions, government
leaders, and the general public.
3. Ethical code of conduct among professional associations stregnthened.
4. Work ethics and effective leadership mainstreamed within MDAs and
Local Government.
5.National Anti Corruption (NACS) strategy disseminated to key
stakeholders.
6. Participation of ACPPP members in anti corruption activities enhanced.
7. Public awareness on issues of corruption, accountability and integrity
enhanced through print and electronic media.
1. Print 5000 copies of the National Anti Corruption Strategy (NACS)
2. Conduct 5 NEVP dissemination meetings for religious leaders, Head
teachers and political leaders.
3. Conduct training for Tutors of 4 PTCs on effective integration of
ethical values in school activities in Eastern and Central Uganda.
4. Organise 5 consultative meetings with five Professional Associations
on the need for effective enforcement of their Codes of Conduct
(Accountants, Engineers, Medical workers, lawyers etc).
5. Conduct 5 DIPF training workshops on promotion of ethical standards
in local government.
6. Disseminate the NACS 40 districts.
7. Conduct an annual ACPPP review workshop.
8. Conduct 4 ACPPP task force meetings
9. Develop IEC materials for public sensitization.
Public education and awareness 02 52 14
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Fuel,lubricants and oils (litres) 11,250.0 45,000
Welfare and Entertainment (Monthly) 20.0 20,000
Drivers perdiem (No.of drivers) 100.0 5,500
Assorted stationery (No.of items) 4.0 3,950
Allowances per diem (No.of pax) 1,259.3 340,000
Guest of honours guards (No.of Pax) 10.0 700
Meals and refreshments (No.of Pax) 2,000.0 100,000
Per diem for the officiating Guest (No.of Pax) 10.0 1,850
Transport refund (No.of Pax) 1,000.0 150,000
Vehicle mantainance (No.of repairs) 20.0 40,000
Hire of Venues (No.of Venues) 10.0 2,000
Perdiem for Officers (Number) 16.0 40,000
Allowances (Per month) 50.0 125,000
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 15.0 103,462
Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Binding
(Quarterly)
10.0 20,000
Vote Overview
205
Ethics and Integrity Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Ethics and Integrity
112
Vote Function: Governance and Accountability 1452
Programme 02 Ethics Education and I nformation Management
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
10. Organise quartely media briefs on issues of immorality.
11. Contibously update DEI website.
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
103,462
894,000
997,462
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
103,462
894,000
997,462
Programme 03 Legal Services
DIRECTOR LEGAL SERVICES
The objectives of the Legal Services Programme is to review and develop effective anti
corruption legal framework
KEY OUTPUTS 1. Anti corruption laws disseminated to key stake holders.
2. Leadership code regulation developed.
3. Law on special anti corruption court developed.
4.Asset recovery and mutual legal assistance law developed.
5. Uganda's compliance with regional and international legal instrunent undertaken.
6.Zero tolerance to corruption policy finalized.
7. Enforcement of anti corruption laws and policies
monitored.



KEY ACTIVITIES: 1. Conduct 2 regional workshops to disseminate the laws.
2. Conduct one community based workshop to sensitize the Sub county officials on the new
laws.
3. Hold radio/TV talk shows to sensitize the public on anti corruption laws.
4. Print the Citizens' hand book on anti corruption.
5. Print more copies of the simplified versions of anti corruption laws.
6. Print training manual for anti corruption law enforcement agencies.
7. Convene taskforce working retreat to develop the draft leadership regulation.
8. Forward the leadership regulations to Attorney General/First Parliamentary Counsel for
approval.
Responsible Officer:
Objectives:
Outputs:
Programme Profile
Vote Overview
206
Ethics and Integrity Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Ethics and Integrity
112
Vote Function: Governance and Accountability 1452
Programme 03 Legal Services
9. Gazette the regulations.
10. Convene taskforce retreat to review the concept paper on law on special anti corruption
court.
11. Carry out desk research on comparative legislative analysis on special anti corruption
court.
12. Develop draft principle of the law on the special anti corruption court.
13. Convene 3 taskforce meetings to finalize the principles of the special anti corruption court
law.
14.Convene taskforce meetings to review the draft principle on the asset recovery and mutual
legal assistance law.
15. Conduct 2 consultations with relevant stakeholders on the Asset recovery and mutual
assistance law.
16. Convene taskforce meetings to discuss and harmonise the comments on assets recovery
law from the consultations.
17. Present the draft principles on asset recovery law to IAF for approval.
18. Convene taskforce meetings to consider the comments from IAF on the principles of the
asset recovery law.
19. Present the asset recovery principle to Cabinet.
20. Prepare the inventoray and make analysis of the implementation of the legfal instruments
on Uganda compliance with regional and international anti corruption laws.
21. Hold consultative meetings/dialogue with IAF institutions on Uganda's compliance with
regional and international anti coruption laws.
22. Compile gap analysis report on the implementation of the instrument.
23. Present the gaps analysis to IAF.
24. Attend 3 regional and international anti corruption conferences.
25. Conduct consultative meetings to complete zero tolerance to corruption policy.
26. Submit the policy to Cabinet.
27. Print zero tolerance policy.
28. Disseminate zero tolerance policy to stakeholders.
29. Develop indicators for monitoring the implementation of anti corruption laws.
30. Conduct periodic monitoring of the implementation of anti corruption laws.
31. Hold panel discussion on the implementation of the anti corruption laws.
Vote Overview
207
Ethics and Integrity Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Ethics and Integrity
112
Vote Function: Governance and Accountability 1452
Programme 03 Legal Services
Workplan Outputs for 2013/14 and 2014/15
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
1. Anti corruption laws
disseminated
2. Review of the Leadership
Code Act completed
3. Proceeds of corruption law
developed
4. Qui Tam Bill developed
5. Uganda's Compliance with
regional & international anti
corruption legal instruments
undertaken
6. Implementation of
recommendations of
Commissions of Inquiry into
corruption monitored.
7. Training Manual on anti
corruption enforcement
developed
1. Conducted a consultative
meeting on training manual and
resource book for law
enforcement agencies.
2. Disseminated anti corruption
laws in Mukono, Buvuma
Island, Buikwe, Kayunga,
Hoima, Ntoroko, Kampala and
Kyankwanzi districts.
3.Initiated legislation for Anti
Corruption Court.
4.Reviewed the Zero Tolerance
to Corruption Policy.
5. Reviewed the Qui Tam law
principles.
6. Developed Citizens's
Hanbook on anti corruption.
Handled whistleblowers cases.
7. Conducted a task force
meeting to obtain comments on
the Citizen's hand book and
training manual for law
enforcement agencies.
9. Printed 1000 copies of the
simplified version of the anti
corruption laws.
10. Handled issues anti
corruption issues from
whistleblowers.
Formulation and
monitoring of Policies,
laws and strategies
1. Anti corruption laws
disseminated to key stake
holders.
2. Leadership code regulation
developed.
3. Law on special anti
corruption court developed.
4.Asset recovery and mutual
legal assistance law developed.
5. Uganda's compliance with
regional and international legal
instrunent undertaken.
6.Zero tolerance to corruption
policy finalized.
7. Enforcement of anti
corruption laws and policies
monitored.
01 52 14
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
136,189
678,000
814,189
51,886
369,918
421,804
136,189
738,000
874,189
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
136,189
678,000
814,189
51,886
369,918
421,804
136,189
738,000
874,189
Annual Workplan for 2014/15 - Outputs, Activities, Inputs and their Cost
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
1. Anti corruption laws disseminated to key stake holders.
2. Leadership code regulation developed.
3. Law on special anti corruption court developed.
4.Asset recovery and mutual legal assistance law developed.
5. Uganda's compliance with regional and international legal instrunent
undertaken.
6.Zero tolerance to corruption policy finalized.
7. Enforcement of anti corruption laws and policies monitored.
1. Conduct 2 regional workshops to disseminate the laws.
2. Conduct one community based workshop to sensitize the Sub county
officials on the new laws.
Formulation and monitoring of Policies, laws and strategies 01 52 14
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Fuel lubricants (litres) 8,750.0 35,000
Welfare and Entertainment (Monthly) 40.0 20,000
Printing (No.of Items) 1,000.0 20,000
Meals and refershments (no.of people) 1,000.0 50,000
Per diem for drivers (No.of people) 15.0 825
Perdiem for the Guest of honour (No.of People) 10.0 1,850
Transport refund (no.of people) 1,000.0 100,000
Radio talk shows (No.of programs) 6.0 9,600
Media Coverage (No.of Providers) 10.0 40,000
Allowances (No.of staff) 45.0 45,000
Administrative costs (No.of supplies) 24.0 28,800
Supply of stationery (No.of Supplies) 23.7 94,925
Communication (No.of times) 10.0 5,000
Venue hire (No.of Venues) 10.0 4,000
Consultancy Services- Short term (Number) 1.0 30,000
Perdiem and Airticket (number) 4.0 84,000
Perdiem for Officers (Number) 25.0 25,000
Motovehicle mantainace (per mantainance) 5.0 20,000
Vote Overview
208
Ethics and Integrity Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Ethics and Integrity
112
Vote Function: Governance and Accountability 1452
Programme 03 Legal Services
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
3. Hold radio/TV talk shows to sensitize the public on anti corruption laws.
4. Print the Citizens' hand book on anti corruption.
5. Print more copies of the simplified versions of anti corruption laws.
6. Print training manual for anti corruption law enforcement agencies.
7. Convene taskforce working retreat to develop the draft leadership
regulation.
8. Forward the leadership regulations to Attorney General/First
Parliamentary Counsel for approval.
9. Gazette the regulations.
10. Convene taskforce retreat to review the concept paper on law on
special anti corruption court.
11. Carry out desk research on comparative legislative analysis on special
anti corruption court.
12. Develop draft principle of the law on the special anti corruption court.
13. Convene 3 taskforce meetings to finalize the principles of the special
anti corruption court law.
14.Convene taskforce meetings to review the draft principle on the asset
recovery and mutual legal assistance law.
15. Conduct 2 consultations with relevant stakeholders on the Asset
recovery and mutual assistance law.
16. Convene taskforce meetings to discuss and harmonise the comments
on assets recovery law from the consultations.
17. Present the draft principles on asset recovery law to IAF for approval.
18. Convene taskforce meetings to consider the comments from IAF on
the principles of the asset recovery law.
19. Present the asset recovery principle to Cabinet.
20. Prepare the inventoray and make analysis of the implementation of the
legfal instruments on Uganda compliance with regional and international
anti corruption laws.
21. Hold consultative meetings/dialogue with IAF institutions on
Uganda's compliance with regional and international anti coruption laws.
22. Compile gap analysis report on the implementation of the instrument.
23. Present the gaps analysis to IAF.
24. Attend 3 regional and international anti corruption conferences.
25. Conduct consultative meetings to complete zero tolerance to
corruption policy.
26. Submit the policy to Cabinet.
27. Print zero tolerance policy.
28. Disseminate zero tolerance policy to stakeholders.
29. Develop indicators for monitoring the implementation of anti
corruption laws.
30. Conduct periodic monitoring of the implementation of anti corruption
laws.
Allowances (Per quarter) 70.0 70,000
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 7.0 136,189
Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Binding
(Quarterly)
19.3 54,000
Vote Overview
209
Ethics and Integrity Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Ethics and Integrity
112
Vote Function: Governance and Accountability 1452
Programme 03 Legal Services
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
31. Hold panel discussion on the implementation of the anti corruption
laws.
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
136,189
738,000
874,189
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
136,189
738,000
874,189
Programme 04 I nternal Audit Department
Workplan Outputs for 2013/14 and 2014/15
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
capacity of staff built in areas of
risk management,internal
control systems
Governance and public finance
management
DEI programs reviwed and
monitored
capacity of staff built in areas of
risk management,internal
control systems
Governance and public finance
management
DEI programs reviwed and
monitored
Formulation and
monitoring of Policies,
laws and strategies
1. capacity of staff built in areas
of risk management,internal
control systems
Governance and public finance
management
2. DEI programs reviwed and
monitored
01 52 14
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
50,000
50,000
0
0
0
0
50,000
50,000
capacity of staff built in areas of
risk
management,internal control
systems
Governance and public finance
management
DEI programs reviwed and
monitored
DEI Audit reports prepared
capacity of staff built in areas of
risk
management,internal control
systems
Governance and public finance
management
DEI programs reviwed and
monitored
DEI Audit reports prepared
DEI Support Services Wages for Staff paid 05 52 14
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
10,557
0
10,557
3,319
0
3,319
10,557
0
10,557
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
10,557
50,000
60,557
3,319
0
3,319
10,557
50,000
60,557
SENIOR INTERNAL AUDITOR
The objective of the Internal Audit programme is to provide independent, objective assurance
and consulting services to the Accounting Officer on internal control with the aim of adding
value and improving the operations of the Directorate.
1. Report on the reliability and integrity of financial statements and other related accounting
and financial information. 2.Report on valuefor money audit on key activities of Vote 112. 3.
Systems audit report on internal controls and effectiveness and e
Responsible Officer:
Objectives:
Outputs:
Programme Profile
Annual Workplan for 2014/15 - Outputs, Activities, Inputs and their Cost
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Vote Overview
210
Ethics and Integrity Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Ethics and Integrity
112
Vote Function: Governance and Accountability 1452
Programme 04 I nternal Audit Department
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
1. capacity of staff built in areas of risk management,internal control
systems
Governance and public finance management
2. DEI programs reviwed and monitored
1. Monitoring and evaluation of field work
2.. Attending Local workshops
3. Training - Local and abroad
4. Annual subscription ICPAU
5. Procuring legal books
6. Attending ESAAG conference
7. Fuel and lubricants
8. Office refreshments and welfare
Formulation and monitoring of Policies, laws and strategies 01 52 14
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
50,000
50,000
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Allowance of staff (Per month) 20.0 50,000
Wages for Staff paid
Payment of salary
DEI Support Services 05 52 14
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
10,557
0
10,557
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 1.0 10,557
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
10,557
50,000
60,557
Project 1226 Support to Directorate of Ethics and I ntegrity
Workplan Outputs for 2013/14 and 2014/15
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
Acquisition of Land by
Government
acquisition of land for
construction of office
accomodation
71 52 14
SECRETARY
The objective of the project is to enhance the capacity of the Directorate for Ethics and
Integrity to acquire required capital equipment
Purchase of land to build office accomodation, purchase of office and ICT equipments
including software, purchase of office and residential furniture and fittings,
Responsible Officer:
Objectives:
Outputs:
7/1/2012 8/2/2017 Start Date: Projected End Date:
Project Profile
Vote Overview
211
Ethics and Integrity Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Ethics and Integrity
112
Vote Function: Governance and Accountability 1452
Project 1226 Support to Directorate of Ethics and I ntegrity
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
0
0
0
0
0
0
748,000
0
748,000
1. A 14 seater minibus for field
activities procured.
1. Commenced the procurement
process (development of the
specifications, advertising the
bids)
2. Issued bidding documents
and finalized the procuremnt of
3 vehicles
3. Issued bidding documents
and finalized the procuremnt of
another 4 vehicles
Purchase of Motor
Vehicles and Other
Transport Equipment
One motor vechicle purcahsed 75 52 14
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
101,000
0
101,000
452,588
0
452,588
252,000
0
252,000
1. Ten (10) laptops and ten
desktops procured.
5. A walk through metal
detector to enhance Security
procured.
6. A heavy duty photocopier
procured
7. A heavy duty colour printer
procured
1. procured 3 air conditioners
2. procured a walk through
metal detector.
3. Procured 2 laptops, 5 Ipads
and 2 computers.
Purchase of Office and
ICT Equipment, including
Software
1. Office and ICT equipment
procured
76 52 14
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
400,000
0
400,000
123,900
0
123,900
100,000
0
100,000
five executive office desks
procured.
Seven executive filing cabinets
procured.
Ten executive office chair
procured.
Procured five executive office
desks.
Procured 3 executive filing
cabinets
procured seven executive office
chair
Procured curtains and fittings
for the Boardroom and 2 other
offices.
Purchase of Office and
Residential Furniture and
Fittings
Acquire office furniture 78 52 14
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
709,597
0
709,597
45,476
0
45,476
110,597
0
110,597
GoU Development
External Financing
GRAND TOTAL
1,210,597
0
1,210,597
621,964
0
621,964
1,210,597
0
1,210,597
Annual Workplan for 2014/15 - Outputs, Activities, Inputs and their Cost
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
acquisition of land for construction of office accomodation
1. Procurement processes
Acquisition of Land by Government 71 52 14
Total 748,000
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Land for Office for DEI heaquarters (Decimal) 1.0 748,000
Vote Overview
212
Ethics and Integrity Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Ethics and Integrity
112
The following are the key priorities for vote 112 over the Medium term:
1. Complete the review of staff establishment and embark on recruitment of more staff to fill all vacant
Medium Term Plans
Table V3.2: Past and Medum Term Key Vote Output I ndicators*
* Excluding Taxes and Arrears
2016/17
2012/13
Outturn
Releases
Prel. Actual
Approved
Plan
2014/15 2015/16
MTEF Projections 2013/14
Vote Function Key Output
Indicators and Costs:
Vote: 112 Ethics and Integrity
Vote Function:1452 Governance and Accountability
5.404 5.189 5.498 Vote Function Cost (UShs bn) 5.404 4.254 3.920
5.404 4.254 3.920 VF Cost Excluding Ext. Fin
No. of functional IAF working
groups
N/A 2 4 4 5 N/A
5.404 5.189 5.498 Cost of Vote Services (UShs Bn) 5.404 4.254 3.920
5.404 4.254 3.920
Vote Function: Governance and Accountability 1452
Project 1226 Support to Directorate of Ethics and I ntegrity
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
GoU Development
External Financing
748,000
0
One motor vechicle purcahsed
Evaluation of Bidds
Procurement processes
Payment of MV
Purchase of Motor Vehicles and Other Transport Equipment 75 52 14
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
252,000
0
252,000
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Purchase of one MV station wagon (Number) 1.0 210,000
Tax on one MV at 20% rate (Number) 1.0 42,000
1. Office and ICT equipment procured
1. Procurement processes
Purchase of Office and ICT Equipment, including Software 76 52 14
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
100,000
0
100,000
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
ICT equipment (10 Ipads) () 10.0 20,000
ICT equipment (10 Laptops) () 10.0 20,000
ICT equipment (UPS, Internet Connectivity etc)
(Number)
30.0 30,000
ICT equipment (15 Desktops) (Shs.) 15.0 30,000
Acquire office furniture
procurement of furniture for office
Purchase of Office and Residential Furniture and Fittings 78 52 14
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
110,597
0
110,597
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Furniture and fitting for office (Shs.) 22.1 110,597
GoU Development
External Financing
GRAND TOTAL
1,210,597
0
1,210,597
Vote Overview
213
Ethics and Integrity Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Ethics and Integrity
112
(iii) Priority Vote Actions to Improve Sector Performance
Two key policy and strategic actions to address vote function performance in 2014/15 are: a) The
development and launched of the National Ethical Values policy which is aimed at championing the
proactive approach in the fight against corruption. Especially, this policy is meant to respond to the
escalating moral decadence in the society leading to public apathy and glorification of the corrupt. B) the
development of the 4th cycle of the National Anti corruption strategy (NACS) which is the national plan
and framework that guide sectors anti corruption action over the next five years. In addition to the two
policies, all approved vacant positions will be advertised and filled to strenghtened the human resource
capacity.
Table V3.6: Vote Actions to I mprove Sector Performance
positions.
2. Continue strengthening the anti corruption legal framework by developing new legislation
3. Continue with the dissemination of National Strategy to fight corruption and the popularized versions of
the new anti corruption legislations to Ministries, Departments, Agencies, Local government and the
public.
5. Continue monitoring the progress of the implementation of the National Anti Corruption Strategy
6. Continue strengthening the capacity of the District Integrity Forums and CSOs to enable them effectively
participate in the fight against corruption
(i) Measures to improve Efficiency
Table V3.3: Key Unit Costs of Services Provided and Services Funded (Shs '000)
(ii) Vote Investment Plans
N/A
Table V3.4: Allocations by Class of Output over the Medium Term
Table V3.5: Major Capital I nvestments (Outputs of class Capital Purchases over 0.5Billion)
2013/14 Planned Actions: 2014/15 Planned Actions: MT Strategy: 2013/14 Actual Actions:
Compliance to accountability policies, service delivery standards and regulations. Sector Outcome 2:
Governance and Accountability 52 14 Vote Function:
VF Performance Issue: Inadequate human and financial resources to monitor the implementation of anti corruption policies
and stragies.
Train 6 staff to enhance their
capacity to effectively
implement National anti
corruption Strategy.
Advertise and fill all
approved 40% vacant positions
Filling all DEI vacant staff
establishment and develop
appropriate framework for
monitoring the implementation
of NACS
4 staff are pursuing studies at
UMI, ESAMI and MUBS.
VF Performance Issue: Inadequate public participation and Involvement in promotion of ethical behaviour.
20 new non state
organisations was brought on
Build capacity of the 20 non
state actors and 8 integrity
Functional district integrity
promotion forum and active
Strenghten the capacity of 16
District Integrity Promotion
2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17
(ii) % Vote Budget
Billion Uganda Shillings
(i) Allocation (Shs Bn)
2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17
4.2 4.2 4.7 5.0 77.6% 77.6% 90.9% 91.7% Consumption Expendture(Outputs Provided)
1.2 1.2 0.5 0.5 22.4% 22.4% 9.1% 8.3% Investment (Capital Purchases)
Grand Total 5.4 5.4 5.2 5.5 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0%
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
Expenditures and Outputs by
End March
(Quantity and Location)
Vote Function: Governance and Accountability 52 14
Project 1226 Support to Directorate of Ethics and Integrity
GoU Development
External Financingt
Total
0
0
0
0
0
0
748,000
0
748,000
Acquisition of Land
by Government
acquisition of land for
construction of office
accomodation
71 52 14
Vote Overview
214
Ethics and Integrity Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Ethics and Integrity
112
V4: Proposed Budget Allocations for 2014/15 and the Medium Term
(i) The Total Budget over the Medium Term
Table V4.1: Past Outturns and Medium Term Projections by Vote Function*
The total resource envelope for vote 112 over the Medium Term is as follows: 5,404 billion in F/Y 2014/15,
5.561 billion FY 2015/16 and 5.914 billion FY 2016/17.
This section sets out the proposed vote budget allocations for 2014/15 and the medium term, including
major areas of expenditures and any notable changes in allocations.
(ii) The major expenditure allocations in the Vote for 2014/15
The total allocation for Vote 112 during the F/Y 2014/15will be 5.404 billion. Of this amount, wages =
0.550, non wage recurrent = 3.642, Domestic Development = .211 billion, Programme 01 - Finance and
administration will take 2.261 billion (wages = 0.301 and non wage =1.960). Programme 02 - Ethics
Education will receive .994 (wages are 0.103 and non wage recurrent = 0.894). Programme 03 - Legal
Services will receive 0.872 (wages = 0.136 and non wage recurrent = 0.738). Programme 04 - Internal
audit will receive 0.011 (wages = 0.011 and non wage recurrent = 0.05)
(iii) The major planned changes in resource allocations within the Vote for 2014/15
There is no major planned changes in the resource allocations in F/Y 2014/15
* Excluding Taxes and Arrears
Table V4.2: Key Changes in Vote Resource Allocation
2013/14 Planned Actions: 2014/15 Planned Actions: MT Strategy: 2013/14 Actual Actions:
board to Strenghten the
Public Private partnership to
mobilise the public to
demand for service delivery.
Strenghten more Integrity
promotion forums to provide
a platform for the public to
dialogue on account
promotion forums to
effectively mobilise the public
to demand for service delivery.
CSOs participation. Forum and trained CSOs
member from Northern
Uganda Anti Corruption
Coalition.
VF Performance Issue: Need for an effective framework to enable IAF Institutions to work as a unit with the objective of
attaining national accountability goals.
Conduct joint Monitoring
with sector institutions
mandated to undertake
monitoring of service delivery.
Joint Monitoring with sector
institutions mandated to
undertake monitoring
conducted.
full Implementation of the
NACS 2014 -18 (creating
national ownership)
Conducted and IAF follow up
on issues raised by CSOs from
Northern Uganda.
2016/17
2012/13
Outturn
Releases
End Mar
Appr.
Budget
2014/15 2015/16
MTEF Budget Projections 2013/14
Vote: 112 Ethics and Integrity
5.498 5.404 3.920 4.254 5.404 5.189
1452 Governance and Accountability
Total for Vote:
5.498 5.404 3.920 4.254 5.404 5.189
Justification for proposed Changes
in Expenditure and Outputs
Changes in Budget Allocations and Outputs
in 2014/15 from 2013/14 Planned Levels:
Vote Function:1402 Governance and Accountability
02 Public education and awareness 1452 Output:
UShs Bn: 0.364
0.344 allocation for dissemination of NACS was tranfered to
Ethics Education as the programe core mandate is creation of
public awareness and education.
0.344 allocation for dissemination of NACS was tranfered to
Ethics Education as the programe core mandate is creation of
public awareness and education.
04 National Anti Corruption Startegy Coordinated 1452 Output:
UShs Bn: -0.689
0.689 was tranfered to Ethics Education for effective
dissemination of NACS.
0.689 was tranfered to Ethics Education for effective
dissemination of NACS.
71 Acquisition of Land by Government 1452 Output:
UShs Bn: 0.748
0.748bn was allocated for acquisition of land to enable the
vote to build own office accomomdation.
0.748bn was allocated for acquisition of land to enable the vote to
build own office accomomdation.
76 Purchase of Office and ICT Equipment, including Software 1452 Output:
Vote Overview
215
Ethics and Integrity Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Ethics and Integrity
112
V5: Vote Cross-Cutting Policy and Other Budgetary I ssues
Table V4.3: 2013/14 and 2014/15 Budget Allocations by I tem
This section discusses how the vote's plans will address and respond to the cross-cutting policy, issues of
gender and equity; HIV/AIDS; and the Environment, and other budgetary issues such as Arrears and NTR..
(i) Cross-cutting Policy Issues
(a) Gender and Equity
GoU Ext. Fin Total GoU Ext. Fin Total Million Uganda Shillings
2013/14 Approved Budget 2014/15 Draft Estimates
Output Class: Outputs Provided 4,193.7 0.0 4,193.7 4,193.7 0.0 4,193.7
551.3 0.0 551.3 551.3 0.0 551.3 211101 General Staff Salaries
425.8 0.0 425.8 714.2 0.0 714.2 211103 Allowances
15.0 0.0 15.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 213001 Medical expenses (To employees)
10.0 0.0 10.0 10.0 0.0 10.0 213002 Incapacity, death benefits and funeral expen
25.0 0.0 25.0 40.0 0.0 40.0 221001 Advertising and Public Relations
1,528.2 0.0 1,528.2 1,138.0 0.0 1,138.0 221002 Workshops and Seminars
115.2 0.0 115.2 45.0 0.0 45.0 221003 Staff Training
20.0 0.0 20.0 20.0 0.0 20.0 221007 Books, Periodicals & Newspapers
145.0 0.0 145.0 157.9 0.0 157.9 221009 Welfare and Entertainment
58.5 0.0 58.5 114.0 0.0 114.0 221011 Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Bind
0.0 0.0 0.0 10.0 0.0 10.0 221012 Small Office Equipment
31.9 0.0 31.9 12.0 0.0 12.0 221016 IFMS Recurrent costs
0.0 0.0 0.0 10.0 0.0 10.0 221017 Subscriptions
30.0 0.0 30.0 42.0 0.0 42.0 222001 Telecommunications
418.0 0.0 418.0 440.0 0.0 440.0 223003 Rent (Produced Assets) to private entities
0.0 0.0 0.0 10.2 0.0 10.2 223004 Guard and Security services
12.0 0.0 12.0 24.0 0.0 24.0 223005 Electricity
90.0 0.0 90.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 224002 General Supply of Goods and Services
32.0 0.0 32.0 40.0 0.0 40.0 224003 Classified Expenditure
80.0 0.0 80.0 30.0 0.0 30.0 225001 Consultancy Services- Short term
195.0 0.0 195.0 305.0 0.0 305.0 227001 Travel inland
173.8 0.0 173.8 174.0 0.0 174.0 227002 Travel abroad
117.0 0.0 117.0 150.0 0.0 150.0 227004 Fuel, Lubricants and Oils
120.0 0.0 120.0 110.0 0.0 110.0 228002 Maintenance - Vehicles
0.0 0.0 0.0 10.0 0.0 10.0 228003 Maintenance Machinery, Equipment & Fu
0.0 0.0 0.0 36.0 0.0 36.0 228004 Maintenance Other
Output Class: Capital Purchases 1,210.6 0.0 1,210.6 1,210.6 0.0 1,210.6
101.0 0.0 101.0 252.0 0.0 252.0 231004 Transport equipment
400.0 0.0 400.0 100.0 0.0 100.0 231005 Machinery and equipment
709.6 0.0 709.6 110.6 0.0 110.6 231006 Furniture and fittings (Depreciation)
0.0 0.0 0.0 748.0 0.0 748.0 311101 Land
5,404.3 0.0 5,404.3 5,404.3 0.0 5,404.3 Grand Total:
Total Excluding Taxes and Arrears 5,404.3 0.0 5,404.3 5,404.3 0.0 5,404.3
Justification for proposed Changes
in Expenditure and Outputs
Changes in Budget Allocations and Outputs
in 2014/15 from 2013/14 Planned Levels:
UShs Bn: -0.300
There was -0.3 change in allocation for purchase of ICT and
equipment because a percentage of this requirement was
purchased in 2013/14
There was -0.3 change in allocation for purchase of ICT and
equipment because a percentage of this requirement was
purchased in 2013/14
78 Purchase of Office and Residential Furniture and Fittings 1452 Output:
UShs Bn: -0.599
There was a drop of 0.599 in allocation under this vote
function because a good number of furniture were purchased
in 2013/14
There was a drop of 0.599 in allocation under this vote function
because a good number of furniture were purchased in 2013/14
Increased participation of Women in the Directorate's activities Objective:
Vote Overview
216
Ethics and Integrity Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement Ethics and Integrity
112
(b) HI V/AI DS
(c) Environment
(ii) Verrified Outstanding Arrears for the Vote
(iii) Non Tax Revenue Collections
The directorate plans to sell bids document to the service providers. This is coleected by URA
Source of NTR UShs Bn
2014/15
Projected
2013/14
Prel
Actual
2013/14
Budget
2012/13
Actual
Sale of publications 0.010 0.000
Total: 0.010 0.000
Women should play aleading role in the dissemination of the National Ethical
Values
Look out for organized Women Groups and start with them to disseminate National Ethical Values;
starting with Northern Uganda and Karamonja region
0.02
Number of Women Groups trained
Issue of Concern :
Proposed Intervensions
Budget Allocations
Performance Indicators
UGX billion
Objective: The vote function of Governance and Acountability, under programme 01- Finance and
adminstration will embark on activities to address HIV/AIDS issues as plannedand budgeted
for under item welfare and entertainment and staff training
Address risky behaviours among members of District Intergration Promotion
Forum
Conduct HIV/AIDS awareness campaigns and train members of the District Intergity Forum
0.025
Number of District Intergrity Forum main streamed on HIV/AIDS
Programmes
Issue of Concern :
Proposed Intervensions
Budget Allocations
Performance Indicators
UGX billion
Objective: The department shall continue to advocate for ethical and moral behaviour that shall enable
environmental sanitation and preservation
Reducing dangers associated with poor utilisation of natural resources
Mobilisation and sensitisation for environmental sustainability
0.02
Number of senssitisation Programme
Issue of Concern :
Proposed Intervensions
Budget Allocations
Performance Indicators
UGX billion
Vote Overview
217
Ethics and Integrity Vote 112 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1452: Governance and Accountability
Program : Finance and Administration
CostCentre: Ethics and I ntergrity
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
DEI 15.06 Mukasa Suuka Vincent 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 176,169 0
P 1402 Mbanawe Boaz 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 176,169 0
P1403 Birungi B Christine 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 176,169 0
DEI1546 Yusuf Collins 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 176,169 0
DEI1544 Apedu Robert 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 176,169 0
DEI 15.61 Oryema Robert 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 176,169 0
DEI 15.48 Musitwa Brain 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 176,169 0
DEI1404 Adilo Betty 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 176,169 0
1550 Odoch James Anthony 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 176,169 0
1547 Olugu Andrew 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 176,169 0
1545 Olyech Richard 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 176,169 0
1408 Sentongo Disan 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 176,169 0
1405 Okot Ojoma James 2,114,028 U8 176,169 2,114,028 176,169 0
1402 Kirondola Harriet 2,321,856 U8 193,488 2,321,856 193,488 0
DEI1560 Nakyejwe Proscovia 3,605,016 U7 300,418 3,605,016 300,418 0
DEI 15.29 Kassedde Patrick 3,605,016 U7 300,418 3,605,016 300,418 0
E1 1543 Namajju Esther 2,942,652 U6 245,221 2,942,652 245,221 0
DEI 15.62 Lemo Milton Tom 4,031,784 U6 335,982 4,031,784 335,982 0
1517 Wambayo Aggrey 3,531,888 U6 294,324 3,531,888 294,324 0
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Program : Finance and Administration
CostCentre: Ethics and I ntergrity
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
DEI 15.60 Musubika Monica 4,919,616 U5 409,968 4,919,616 409,968 0
DEI 15.42 Mabonga David Namkoa 8,866,824 U4 738,902 8,866,824 738,902 0
P1532 Amina Nabuwembo 8,481,420 U4 706,785 8,481,420 706,785 0
DEI 15.18 Nakiganda Sanyu 6,385,920 U4 532,160 6,385,920 532,160 0
DEI 15.58 Ajulong Martha 8,481,420 U4 706,785 8,481,420 706,785 0
DEI 15.52 Biira Esther Kabaseke 7,436,880 U4 619,740 7,436,880 619,740 0
DEI15.57 Akajo Miriam Itengo 8,481,420 U4 706,785 8,481,420 706,785 0
P101513 Mubiru David Kitooke 5,614,512 U3 467,876 5,614,512 467,876 0
P1512 Makaire Ronald 9,846,672 U3 820,556 9,846,672 820,556 0
DEI 15.56 Muhumuza Clovis 10,806,420 U3 900,535 10,806,420 900,535 0
DEI 15.07 Atuhaire George 5,195,388 U3 432,949 5,195,388 432,949 0
DEI 15.53 Isabirye Siraji Franco 10,688,772 U3 890,731 10,688,772 890,731 0
DE I 15.55 Andima Alfred Oyo 13,228,584 U2 1,102,382 13,228,584 1,102,382 0
DEI 15.39 Malowa Davis 14,093,244 U2 1,174,437 14,093,244 1,174,437 0
DEI 15.51 Florence Tukei 14,093,244 U2 1,174,437 14,093,244 1,174,437 0
OP 15.54 Muganzi Charles 30,150,684 U1S 2,512,557 30,150,684 2,512,557 0
Total Annual Salary (Ushs) for Program : Finance and Administration 214,291,596 214,291,596 0
Program : Ethics Education and I nformation Management
CostCentre: Ethics and I ntergrity
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Vote Function 1452: Governance and Accountability
Program : Ethics Education and I nformation Management
CostCentre: Ethics and I ntergrity
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
DEI1511 Moses Bwire Jumah 6,847,272 U4 570,606 6,847,272 570,606 0
DEI 15.30 Oduka Robinson 6,385,920 U4 532,160 6,385,920 532,160 0
1535 Kabeba Ayub 11,570,268 U4 964,189 11,570,268 964,189 0
1510 Diana Muwaya 6,847,272 U4 570,606 6,847,272 570,606 0
E1 1525 Namugambe Ruth Divine 6,385,920 U4 532,160 6,385,920 532,160 0
1508 Kauta Kenneth 13,482,012 U2 1,123,501 13,482,012 1,123,501 0
DEI 15.49 Amos Can Lapenga 27,356,628 U1SE 2,279,719 27,356,628 2,279,719 0
DEI1556 Makumbi E.Moses 20,284,920 U1SE 1,690,410 20,284,920 1,690,410 0
DEI 1549 Amos Can Lapenga 27,246,960 U1SE 2,270,580 27,246,960 2,270,580 0
DEI1505 Abola Nicholas 20,284,920 U1SE 1,690,410 20,284,920 1,690,410 0
Total Annual Salary (Ushs) for Program : Ethics Education and Inform 146,692,092 146,692,092 0
Program : Legal Services
CostCentre: Ethics and I ntergrity
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
DEI 15.09 Grace Atwongyeire 13,728,000 U3 1,144,000 13,728,000 1,144,000 0
DEI 1509 Grace Atwongyeire 13,728,000 U3 1,144,000 13,728,000 1,144,000 0
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Ethics and Integrity Vote 112 FY 2014/15
Vote Function 1452: Governance and Accountability
Program : Legal Services
CostCentre: Ethics and I ntergrity
District : Kampala
File Number Annual
Salary as per
Salary
Scale as
per payslip
Monthly
Salary as per
payslip
Staff Names Annual
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Salary
Scale as
per
Appointing
Monthly
Salary as per
Appointing
Authority
Annual
Salary
Variance
P1530 Patricia Achan Okiria 22,963,200 U2 1,913,600 22,963,200 1,913,600 0
1503 Tumusiime Mugisha L 36,441,600 U1SE 3,036,800 36,441,600 3,036,800 0
Total Annual Salary (Ushs) for Program : Legal Services 86,860,800 86,860,800 0
Total Annual Salary (Ushs) for : Ethics and I ntegrity 447,844,488 447,844,488 0
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External Security Organisation Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement External Security Organisation
159
The chart below shows total funding allocations to the Vote by Vote Function over the medium term:
Table V1.1: Overview of Vote Expenditures (UShs Billion)
(ii) Summary of Past Performance and Medium Term Budget Allocations
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Chart V1.1: Medium Term Budget Projections by Vote Function (Excluding Taxes, Arrears)
V1: Vote Overview
External Security Organization was established by the Security Organisations Act cap 305, Article 218
of the Constitution of the Republic of Uganda to:-
Collect, receive and process external intelligence about the Security of Uganda and recommend to the
President or any other authority as the President may direct on what action should be taken in
connection with such intelligence.
(i) Vote Mission Statement
Wage
Non Wage
GoU
Ext. Fin
GoU Total
Total GoU + Ext Fin (MTEF)
Development
Recurrent
Taxes 0.050 0.000 0.000 0.000
Total Budget 10.594 15.443 8.006 14.741
(ii) Arrears
and Taxes
Arrears 0.000 3.350 0.000 2.703 N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A N/A
(i) Excluding Arrears, Taxes
9.512 6.937 6.670 5.203 7.631 8.165
3.882 3.215 5.097 2.411 4.015 4.095
0.417 0.392 0.326 0.392 0.392 0.397
0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
13.811 10.544 12.093 8.006 12.038 12.657
13.811 10.544 12.093 8.006 12.038 12.657
2016/17
2012/13
Outturn
Rel. by
End Mar
Approved
Budget
2014/15 2015/16
MTEF Budget Projections 2013/14
Vote Overview
222
External Security Organisation Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement External Security Organisation
159
V2: Vote Performance for FY 2013/14 and Planned Outputs for FY 2014/15
(i) Past Vote Outputs
This section describes past vote performance and planned Outputs, in terms of key vote outputs
Table V2.1: Past and 2014/15 Planned Key Vote Outputs
Staff deployed in Somalia under AMISON,South Sudan and CAR.Shared intelligence with friendly
services.Terrorist cells contained.Joint Operations with friendly srvices carried out.Cooperated and
Coordinated regional security services.Some staff Members received professional training.Procured some
technical equipments.
Quality and timely intelligence
Efficient and effective intelligenc
gathering. Effective
technical intelligence
capability. Motivated
staff.
Preliminary 2013/14 Performance
2014/15 Planned Outputs
(iii) Vote Outcomes and Outcome Indicators
The table below sets out the vote outcomes and outcome indicators
Table V1.3: Vote Outcomes and Outcome I ndicators
V3: Detailed Planned Outputs for FY 2014/15
Table V3.1: Vote Function Profiles, Programme/Project Profiles and Workplan Outputs
Achievements by End March Planned outputs Planned Outputs
2013/14
Vote, Vote Function
Key Output
2014/15
Vote: 159 External Security Organisation
Vote Function: 1151 External Security
Foreign intelligence collection 115101 Output:
Improved quality and timely
intelligence,Improved techinical
intelligence gathered,Enhanced
participation in peace keeping
missions
Maintained staff in
Missions,Deployed staff in
AMISOM,CAR and South
Sudan.Supported IOM in
Refugee screening and
settlement.
Quality and timely
intelligence,Efficient and
effective intelligence
gathering,Effectivetechinical
intelligence
Capability,Motivated staff.
Description of Outputs:
Analysis of external intelligence information 115102 Output:
Improved Techinical
intelligence gathered,Improved
management of intelligence
information
Quality intelligence reports
produced,Enhanced intelligence
analysis.
Effective technical intelligence
gathered,Improved management
of intelligence information
Description of Outputs:
Vote Function: External Security 1151
Services:
Responsible Officer:
Vote Function Profile
To Collect, receive and process external intelligence about the security of Uganda
and recommend to the President or any other authority as the President may direct
on what action should be taken in connection with such intelligence data.
DIRECTOR ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE-DAF
Vote Overview
223
External Security Organisation Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement External Security Organisation
159
Vote Function: External Security 1151
Vote Function Projects and Programmes:
Project or Programme Name Responsible Officer
Recurrent Programmes
01 Headquarters DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE-DAF
Development Projects
0983 Strengthening ESO DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE-DAF
Programme 01 Headquarters
Workplan Outputs for 2013/14 and 2014/15
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
Intelligence linkages and
operations Strengthened.
Enhanced participation in peace
keeping operations.
Timely intelligence reports to
counter and curtail terrorism
submitted.
Security deligence reports
submitted.
Insurgency countered.
More field and foreign stations
opened.
Maintained staff in Field and
Missions,Participated in
regional Engagements,Produced
timely and reliable intelligence
reports,Reduced small arms
profilerations.
Foreign intelligence
collection
Support AMISOM operations.
Intelligence reports on terrorist
groups.
Participation in regional and
international peace initiatives.
Supported operations of
International organisation of
Migration (IOM).
01 51 11
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
3,488,347
1,172,066
4,660,413
2,616,260
891,035
3,507,295
3,815,297
1,484,066
5,299,363
Capacity of Intelligence analysis
strengthened by equiping staff
with specialised analytical skills
and equipment.
Timely and reliable intelligence
reports submitted.
Insurgents tracked and
curtailed.
Incidences of terrorism reduced.
Quality intelligence reports
produced,Ehanced intelligence
analysis.Incidences of terrorism
reduced.Timely and reliable
intelligence reports submitted.
Analysis of external
intelligence information
Complement Local security
agencies in curtailing
international organised crime.
Staff trained in specialised skills.
Foreign stations mentained
Tracking and curtailing
insurgency.
02 51 11
DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE-DAF
To collect external intelligence.
To monitor,collect and provide timely external intelligence in view of emerging threats.
To collect techinical intelligence through acquistion of modern techinical capabilities.
To enhance the collection of economic and financial intelligence.
To enhance the collection of intelligence on new technologies and scientific developments .
To enhance capacity building.
Quality and timely intelligence.
Efficient and effective intelligence gathering
Effective techinical intelligence gathering.
Motivated staff.
Responsible Officer:
Objectives:
Outputs:
Programme Profile
Vote Overview
224
External Security Organisation Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement External Security Organisation
159
Vote Function: External Security 1151
Programme 01 Headquarters
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
2,299,038
431,220
2,730,258
1,724,279
307,820
2,032,098
2,518,096
687,220
3,205,316
Annual work plans and budgets
developed.
Physical infrastructure
mentained.
Logistics to the Directors and
Director General provided.
Daily intelligence
briefs/situation reports
submitted.
Motivated staff,produced timely
intelligence and financial
reports and Trained staff.
Administration Annual work plans and budgets
developed.
Physical infrastructure
mentained.
Logistics to the Directors and
Director General provided.
Daily intelligence
briefs/situation reports
submitted.
03 51 11
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
1,149,519
1,611,670
2,761,189
862,139
1,212,798
2,074,937
1,297,201
1,843,670
3,140,871
Arrears 99 51 11
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2,703,406
2,703,406
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
6,936,904
3,214,956
10,151,860
5,202,678
2,411,653
7,614,331
7,630,594
6,718,362
14,348,957
Annual Workplan for 2014/15 - Outputs, Activities, Inputs and their Cost
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Support AMISOM operations.
Intelligence reports on terrorist groups.
Participation in regional and international peace initiatives.
Supported operations of International organisation of Migration (IOM).
Travel abroad.
Foreign deployment.
Information collection.
Monitoring and surveillence of enemy camps.
Training,Opening up
new fieldstations,
Deployment of officers in strategic areas with acess.
Infiltration of enemy camps, Recruit and mntain agents/contacts,
Foreign intelligence collection 01 51 11
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
3,815,297
1,484,066
5,299,363
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Distance allowances and fixed allowances. () 4.0 97,696
Procure Newspapers () 4.0 11,077
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 1.0 3,815,297
Pension (Service) 4.0 253,372
classified (services) 4.0 595,152
motor vehicle maintenance (services) 4.0 20,606
rent and rates (services) 4.0 84,076
Technical language,East Africa joint training.
(Services)
4.0 27,706
telecommunications (services) 4.0 109,176
travel abroad (services) 4.0 101,789
Treatment,HIV and AIDS Services. (Services) 4.0 32,786
computers and softwares (supplies) 4.0 17,510
electricity (supplies) 4.0 37,019
fuel, oils and lubricants (supplies) 4.0 21,449
small office equipment (supplies) 4.0 4,771
staff welfare (supplies) 4.0 10,090
stationery (supplies) 4.0 34,022
water (supplies) 4.0 18,616
property expenses (works) 4.0 7,154
Analysis of external intelligence information 02 51 11 Output:
Vote Overview
225
External Security Organisation Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement External Security Organisation
159
Vote Function: External Security 1151
Programme 01 Headquarters
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Complement Local security agencies in curtailing international organised
crime.
Staff trained in specialised skills.
Foreign stations mentained
Tracking and curtailing insurgency.
Specialised training,
Monitoring regional peace agreements,
Cordinating and analysing foreign intelligence,
Stepping up liaison services,
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
2,518,096
687,220
3,205,316
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs: I nputs Quantity Cost
Pension (classified) 4.0 93,211
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 1.0 2,518,096
rent and rates (service) 4.0 30,930
allowances (services) 4.0 35,963
classified expenses (services) 4.0 331,108
medical expenses (services) 4.0 19,123
motor vehicle maintenance (services) 4.0 7,580
property expenses (services) 4.0 2,632
staff training (services) 4.0 11,187
telecommunications (services) 4.0 41,223
travel abroad (services) 4.0 41,683
electricity (supllies) 4.0 18,150
computer and IT supplies (supplies) 4.0 5,456
fuel,oils and lubricants (supplies) 4.0 7,891
newspapers (supplies) 4.0 6,223
small office equipment (supplies) 4.0 1,755
staff wefare (supplies) 4.0 3,712
stationery (supplies) 4.0 19,577
water expenses (supplies) 4.0 9,816
Annual work plans and budgets developed.
Physical infrastructure mentained.
Logistics to the Directors and Director General provided.
Daily intelligence briefs/situation reports submitted.
Procurement.
Workshops and seminars.
Training.
Daily intelligence meetings .
Administration 03 51 11
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
1,297,201
1,843,670
3,140,871
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Maintenance of Vehicles () 4.0 28,524
Techinical language,East African Joint Training () 1.0 40,387
Classified operation (classified) 4.0 665,177
Pension (Classified) 1.0 350,737
Treatment,HIV/AIDS services (Classified) 4.0 35,321
Computers,software (Count) 4.0 20,532
Disturbance allowance,Fixed Allowances (count) 456.8 137,028
Printing,stationery,photocopying and binding.
(count)
4.0 32,031
Procure Newspapers (Count) 4.0 7,144
Purchase of Airtickets (Count) 4.0 134,908
Small office equipments (count) 4.0 6,604
Permanent Staff (Person Years) 1.0 1,297,201
Fuel and OILS (Quantity) 4.0 29,691
Staff Motivation (Quantity) 4.0 13,268
Maintenaning headquartors (rate) 4.0 9,904
Rent and Rates (rate) 4.0 116,384
Airtime,email and internet sevices (Service) 4.0 149,631
Electricity bills (units) 4.0 44,830
Water and Sewerage services (units) 4.0 21,569
Arrears 99 51 11
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
Total
0
2,703,406
2,703,406
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
Vote Overview
226
External Security Organisation Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement External Security Organisation
159
Vote Function: External Security 1151
Programme 01 Headquarters
Wage Recurrent
Non Wage Recurrent
GRAND TOTAL
7,630,594
6,718,362
14,348,957
Project 0983 Strengthening ESO
Workplan Outputs for 2013/14 and 2014/15
Approved Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Expenditure and Prel.
Outputs by End Mar
(Quantity and Location)
Proposed Budget, Planned
Outputs (Quantity and
Location)
Project, Programme
Vote Function Output
UShs Thousand
2014/15 2013/14
7 Members of staff arquire
specialised training abroad.
Carried out specialised training. Analysis of external
intelligence information
Effective technical intelligence
capability.
02 51 11
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
49,000
0
49,000
49,000
0
49,000
49,000
0
49,000
Procure Specialised surveillence
equipment
Purchased Office and ICT
equipments.
Purchase of Office and
ICT Equipment, including
Software
Effective and efficient technical
intelligence gathering.
76 51 11
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
63,000
0
63,000
63,000
0
63,000
63,000
0
63,000
Purchase of specialised
equipments and training.
Provided timely technical
intelligence reports and
Acquired technical intelligence
equipments
Purchase of Specialised
Machinery & Equipment
Quality and Timely
intelligence.Effective technical
intelligence capability.
77 51 11
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
330,000
0
330,000
280,000
0
280,000
280,000
0
280,000
GoU Development
External Financing
GRAND TOTAL
442,000
0
442,000
392,000
0
392,000
392,000
0
392,000
DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE-DAF
To build an effective intelligence communication network and acquire modern techinical
equipment to counter the world's advanced and liberalised information communication
technology.
Counter global terrorism,provide better and timely techinical intelligence reports to support
UPDF,Police and other security agencies
Responsible Officer:
Objectives:
Outputs:
7/1/2006 6/30/2015 Start Date: Projected End Date:
Project Profile
Annual Workplan for 2014/15 - Outputs, Activities, Inputs and their Cost
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Effective technical intelligence capability.
Training in and procurement of technical equipments
Analysis of external intelligence information 02 51 11
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
49,000
0
49,000
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Training in languages,Surveillence (Count) 4.0 49,000
Purchase of Office and ICT Equipment, including Software 76 51 11 Output:
Vote Overview
227
External Security Organisation Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement External Security Organisation
159
Timely detection of external threats to national strategic priorities. Monitor religious extremism, political
subversion and threats to the oil industry, Quick dissemination of such intelligence to the concerned
government agencies. Improve capacity for operational communication and transportation. Improve staff
development and welfare.
Medium Term Plans
(i) Measures to improve Efficiency
Table V3.2: Past and Medum Term Key Vote Output I ndicators*
Training and retraining staff,Improving liasion services .
Table V3.3: Key Unit Costs of Services Provided and Services Funded (Shs '000)
(ii) Vote Investment Plans
Capital development is grossly underfunded.ESO's allocation for capital purchases has stagnated at a small
* Excluding Taxes and Arrears
2016/17
2012/13
Outturn
Releases
Prel. Actual
Approved
Plan
2014/15 2015/16
MTEF Projections 2013/14
Vote Function Key Output
Indicators and Costs:
Vote: 159 External Security Organisation
Vote Function:1151 External Security
12.038 12.657 13.811 Vote Function Cost (UShs bn) 10.544 8.006 12.093
10.544 8.006 12.093 VF Cost Excluding Ext. Fin
Level of staff training N/A No info High High High N/A
Number of annual intelligence
reports
N/A No info 365 365 365 N/A
Level of Staff deployment N/A No info High High High N/A
12.038 12.657 13.811 Cost of Vote Services (UShs Bn) 10.544 8.006 12.093
10.544 8.006 12.093
Actual
2012/13
Actual
2013/14
Planned
2013/14
Proposed
2014/15
Costing Assumptions and Reasons for
any Changes and Variations from Plan
Unit Cost
Description
Vote Function:1151 External Security
Not Applicable
Vote Function: External Security 1151
Project 0983 Strengthening ESO
Planned Outputs and Activities to Deliver Outputs
(Quantity and Location)
Inputs to be purchased to deliver outputs and their cost
Input UShs Thousand
Effective and efficient technical intelligence gathering.
Acquisition of technical equipments.training in technical and ICT
equipments.
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
63,000
0
63,000
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs: I nputs Quantity Cost
Computers and software (Count) 4.0 63,000
Quality and Timely intelligence.Effective technical intelligence capability.
Training in and Procurement of specialised equipment
Purchase of Specialised Machinery & Equipment 77 51 11
GoU Development
External Financing
Total
280,000
0
280,000
Activities to Deliver Outputs:
Planned Outputs:
Output:
I nputs Quantity Cost
Specialised Intelligence techinical machinery
(Count)
4.0 280,000
GoU Development
External Financing
GRAND TOTAL
392,000
0
392,000
Vote Overview
228
External Security Organisation Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement External Security Organisation
159
(iii) Priority Vote Actions to Improve Sector Performance
Continue to Advocate for the lifting of the MTEF Ceiling both for Non-Wage and Capital development.
Table V3.6: Vote Actions to I mprove Sector Performance
V4: Proposed Budget Allocations for 2014/15 and the Medium Term
(i) The Total Budget over the Medium Term
Table V4.1: Past Outturns and Medium Term Projections by Vote Function*
ESO's resource allocation for FY 2012/13 was 15.443 bn ,FY 2013/14 was 10.544bn, FY 2014/15 is 12.04
bn,FY 2015/16 is 12.68bn and FY 2016/17 IS 13.81bn.ESO's MTEF budget allocation for non wage
recurrent and Development has remained Stagnant for the last Eight (08) years.
This section sets out the proposed vote budget allocations for 2014/15 and the medium term, including
major areas of expenditures and any notable changes in allocations.
(ii) The major expenditure allocations in the Vote for 2014/15
The Major expenditure Allocation within the vote for FY 2013/14 is: Foreign Intelligence collection Shs
5.299 billion,Analysis of external intelligence is Shs 3.254 billion and Administration Shs 3.884billion.
(iii) The major planned changes in resource allocations within the Vote for 2014/15
N/A
* Excluding Taxes and Arrears
Table V4.2: Key Changes in Vote Resource Allocation
figure of Shs 0.392 bn for the last seven (7) Financial Years.
Table V3.4: Allocations by Class of Output over the Medium Term
Table V3.5: Major Capital I nvestments (Outputs of class Capital Purchases over 0.5Billion)
2013/14 Planned Actions: 2014/15 Planned Actions: MT Strategy: 2013/14 Actual Actions:
A stable, peaceful and secure Nation, African region and UN member states Sector Outcome 1:
External Security 51 11 Vote Function:
VF Performance Issue: Inability to procure upto date techinical and Communication equipment within Medium Term
Expenditure Framework ceiling (MTEF)
Not applicable due to
inadequate funding.Request
for additional funding
Not applicable due to
inadequate funding.
Strengthen the security
linkages and operations to
enhance intelligence collection.
Advocate for additional
funding.
VF Performance Issue: Inadequate foreign deployment which undermines the ability to collect foreign intelligence
Not applicable due to
inadequate funding.Request
for additional funding
Not applicable due to
inadequate funding.Request
for additional funding
Increase foreign deployments,
recruit new assets with access,
open new field stations abroad.
Advocate for additional
funding.
VF Performance Issue: Inadequate skills and techinical equipment to gather and monitor enemy subversive forces.
Not applicable due to
inadequate funding.
Not applicable due to
inadequate funding.
Build capacity to competently
handle intelligence operations.
Advocate for additional
funding.
2016/17
2012/13
Outturn
Releases
End Mar
Appr.
Budget
2014/15 2015/16
MTEF Budget Projections 2013/14
Vote: 159 External Security Organisation
13.811 10.544 12.093 8.006 12.038 12.657
1151 External Security
Total for Vote:
13.811 10.544 12.093 8.006 12.038 12.657
Justification for proposed Changes
in Expenditure and Outputs
Changes in Budget Allocations and Outputs
in 2014/15 from 2013/14 Planned Levels:
Vote Function:1101 External Security
01 Foreign intelligence collection 1151 Output:
2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17
(ii) % Vote Budget
Billion Uganda Shillings
(i) Allocation (Shs Bn)
2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17
10.2 11.7 12.3 13.4 96.7% 97.2% 96.9% 97.0% Consumption Expendture(Outputs Provided)
0.3 0.3 0.4 0.4 3.3% 2.8% 3.1% 3.0% Investment (Capital Purchases)
Grand Total 10.5 12.0 12.7 13.8 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0%
Vote Overview
229
External Security Organisation Vote:
Ministerial Policy Statement External Security Organisation
159
V5: Vote Cross-Cutting Policy and Other Budgetary I ssues
Table V4.3: 2013/14 and 2014/15 Budget Allocations by I tem
This section discusses how the vote's plans will address and respond to the cross-cutting policy, issues of
gender and equity; HIV/AIDS; and the Environment, and other budgetary issues such as Arrears and NTR..
(i) Cross-cutting Policy Issues
(a) Gender and Equity
GoU Ext. Fin Total GoU Ext. Fin Total Million Uganda Shillings
2013/14 Approved Budget 2014/15 Draft Estimates
Output Class: Outputs Provided 10,200.9 0.0 10,200.9 11,694.6 0.0 11,694.6
6,936.9 0.0 6,936.9 7,630.6 0.0 7,630.6 211101 General Staff Salaries
270.7 0.0 270.7 270.7 0.0 270.7 211103 Allowances
93.2 0.0 93.2 0.0 0.0 0.0 212101 Social Security Contributions
604.1 0.0 604.1 697.3 0.0 697.3 212201 Social Security Contributions
47.2 0.0 47.2 87.2 0.0 87.2 213001 Medical expenses (To employees)
6.7 0.0 6.7 0.0 0.0 0.0 221002 Workshops and Seminars
124.3 0.0 124.3 128.3 0.0 128.3 221003 Staff Training
12.2 0.0 12.2 24.4 0.0 24.4 221007 Books, Periodicals & Newspapers
40.8 0.0 40.8 43.5 0.0 43.5 221008 Computer supplies and Information Technol
27.1 0.0 27.1 27.1 0.0 27.1 221009 Welfare and Entertainment
45.6 0.0 45.6 85.6 0.0 85.6 221011 Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Bind
13.1 0.0 13.1 13.1 0.0 13.1 221012 Small Office Equipment
294.0 0.0 294.0 300.0 0.0 300.0 222001 Telecommunications
19.7 0.0 19.7 19.7 0.0 19.7 223001 Property Expenses
231.4 0.0 231.4 231.4 0.0 231.4 223002 Rates
74.3 0.0 74.3 100.0 0.0 100.0 223005 Electricity
33.2 0.0 33.2 50.0 0.0 50.0 223006 Water
921.7 0.0 921.7 1,591.4 0.0 1,591.4 224003 Classified Expenditure
34.5 0.0 34.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 227001 Travel inland
254.4 0.0 254.4 278.4 0.0 278.4 227002 Travel abroad
59.0 0.0 59.0 59.0 0.0 59.0 227004 Fuel, Lubricants and Oils
56.7 0.0 56.7 56.7 0.0 56.7 228002 Maintenance - Vehicles
Output Class: Capital Purchases 393.0 0.0 393.0 343.0 0.0 343.0
343.0 0.0 343.0 343.0 0.0 343.0 231005 Machinery and equipment
50.0 0.0 50.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 312206 Gross Tax
Output Class: Arrears 0.0 0.0 0.0 2,703.4 0.0 2,703.4
0.0 0.0 0.0 450.0 0.0 450.0 321605 Domestic arrears
0.0 0.0 0.0 2,253.4 0.0 2,253.4 321608 Pension arrears (Budgeting)
10,593.9 0.0 10,593.9 14,741.0 0.0 14,741.0 Grand Total:
Total Excluding Taxes and Arrears 10,543.9 0.0 10,543.9 12,037.6 0.0 12,037.6
Justification for proposed Changes
in Expenditure and Outputs
Changes in Budget Allocations and Outputs
in 2014/15 from 2013/14 Planned Levels:
UShs Bn: 0.639
Un planned for events without budgetary support,Inadequate
funding.Exchange rate flucations.High operational costs
Classified operations and emerging events after the budget has
been passed.
02 Analysis of external intelligence information 1151 Output:
UShs Bn: 0.475
Un planned for events without budgetary support,Inadequate
funding.High cost of specialist equipments
Classified operations and emerging events after the budget has
been passed.
03 Administration 1151 Output:
UShs Bn: 0.380
GUn planned for events without budgetary
support,Inadequate funding.Exchange rate flucations.High
operational costs
Classified operations and emerging events after the budget has
been passed.
GENDER:Administration contiously emphaise the functions of Gender mainstreaming in the
budgeting,recuritment and provides for martenity/partenity leave.
Objective:
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(b) HI V/AI DS
(c) Environment
(ii) Verrified Outstanding Arrears for the Vote
(iii) Non Tax Revenue Collections
Emergency Operations not provided for under the MTEF Ceilings.
The vote doesn't have NTR
Payee Payment Due Date Amount (UShs Bn)
Leave Arrears 6/30/2002 1.87
Gratuity Arrears 12/31/2013 4.90
Classified 6/30/2010 1.20
Total: 7.975
Gender imbalance in employment which is in favour of Male staff.
Recuritment of more qualified Female staff, promotion and appontment of more women to higher
positions. Greation of Gender awareness in the Organisation.
0.015
Number of awareness campaigns conducted.
Number of female staff in managerial positions.
Issue of Concern :
Proposed Intervensions
Budget Allocations
Performance Indicators
UGX billion
Objective: Key impacts of HIV/AIDS in intelligence is reduced productivity in the field and at the Work
placewhich affects the Organisation's output.
Address stigmatisation ,loss of trained man power and decline in productivity.
Provision of medication,Counselling and HIV/AIDS awareness.
0.036
Number of awareness campaigns conducted on stigmatization.
Number of counselling programs carried out.
Issue of Concern :
Proposed Intervensions
Budget Allocations
Performance Indicators
UGX billion
Objective: Sensitization on sound environmental management pratices,use of BIO-degradable and
recycable materials ,enviromentally senstive disposal waste.
Pollution of Environment, Deforestaion and Importation harmful products in the
Country.
Support Afforestation. Recycling of waste products and proper management of waste products. Gather
intelligence on environment.
0.001
Number of intelligence reports generated on imported harmful
products.
Number of afforestation initiatives supported.
Issue of Concern :
Proposed Intervensions
Budget Allocations
Performance Indicators
UGX billion
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RESPONSES TO THE REPORT AND OBSERVATIONS/RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE
PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE ON PRESIDENTIAL AFFAIRS ON THE MINISTERIAL POLICY
STATEMENT FOR FY 2013/14
Rt. Hon. Speaker and Hon Members, I wish to thank the House for this opportunity to present the budget
proposals for the Presidency. Allow me also to provide responses to the observations/recommendations
that Parliament made during the discussion of the Ministerial Policy Statement of the Presidency for the
Financial Year 2013/14:
1.0 VOTE 001 OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT
1.1Clearing of ISO personnel arrears amounting to 12.7 bn
Recommendation:
The Committee recommends that over the Medium term, Government considers the possibility of clearing
arrears for ISO personnel amounting to 12.7 bn. This will go a long way in curbing the legal suits brought
against government.
Response:

The Presidency engaged in negotiations with the Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
in regard to strategies for settling of arrears for Security Organizations including ISO and ESO. Whereas
the MoFPED had promised to prioritize the settlement of the outstanding arrears in the Financial Year
2014/15, this was not possible due to resource constraints. This FY, UGX6.641bn was provided to settle
Gratuity and Leave arrears. We shall continue to pursue this matter.
1.2 Presidential Pledge to retired RDCs / DRDCs
Recommendation:
In July 2012, H.E the President pledged 0.8bn Shillings as retirement package to RDCs and DRDCs who
were retired in the FY 2012/13. However, this item had not been provided for under the budget for FY
2013/14. The Committee recommends that Office of the President should rationalize its budget to cater for
the Presidential pledge to retired RDCs and DRDCs.
Response:
The recommendation of the Committee to rationalize the budget to provide for the settlement of ex-gratia to
retired RDCs/DRDCs was noted. Efforts to obtain additional funding bore no fruit as the budget ceilings for
Vote 001 were not raised. In the circumstances, an internal budget re-allocation was made and partial
payment equivalent to 0.52bn was effected in the Financial Year 2013/14. Still, in the Financial Year
2014/15, no additional funding was realized for payment of the remaining amount totaling to 0.26bn.
1.3Rehabilitation and Construction of Offices of RDCs/DRDCs:
Recommendation:
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The Committee recommends that Office of the President endeavors to fast track the rehabilitation and
construction of RDC offices countrywide and to strengthen the monitoring unit to enable frequent
inspection of contracts underway and services being provided. Further the Committee recommends
blacklisting and publishing those firms that do not adhere to the set standards.
Response:
Rt. Hon. Speaker, it is true that for some sites, the works took longer periods than those stipulated. There
are varied reasons that were advanced to explain the delays and these included but not limited to
unanticipated site conditions and the effects of weather conditions particularly heavy rains. Extension of the
contract completion dates was therefore done through the due process in line with the provisions in the
General and Special Conditions of Contract. (GCC.28 and 44).
Works at the following sites are now complete: Buhweju, Kiryandongo, Lamwo, Buvuma, Kamuli, Amuru
and Abim. Works at Rubirizi and Butaleja are due for completion in the month of September 2014.
Regular inspections are conducted and meetings held with the Contractors on any issues identified at the
sites. The information is conveyed to the Procurement and Disposal Unit and the Contracts Committee to
ensure that future contract awards are not given to poor performers.
1.4 Harmonization of programmes for the National Secretariat for Patriotism Clubs:
Recommendation:
The Committee recommends that the presidency should harmonize and coordinate the activities of
Patriotism clubs together with those of the Directorate of Ethics and Integrity to avoid duplication and
redundancy of scarce resources. The Committee further recommends that Shs. 850 million be internally
reallocated from Patriotism Clubs to the Directorate of Economic Monitoring; Media Center and Political
Mobilization.
Response:
Rt. Hon. Speaker and Members, this recommendation was noted and indeed the Presidency took steps
towards harmonizing the implementation of programmes whereas the case of the Directorate for Ethics &
Integrity (DEI) and the National Secretariat for Patriotism Clubs (NSPC), areas of joint implementation
exist especially in the upholding of moral values, the difference lies in areas of operation. The Patriotism
Clubs currently deals with Secondary School students while the DEI operates in Leadership structures
which mainly consist of adults. Efforts are being made to share materials and literature related to
mainstreaming of values in the school curriculum, conducting of joint programmes including workshops on
values and fighting against corruption.
2.0 VOTE 002 STATE HOUSE
2.1Presidential Scholarship Fund:
Recommendation:
The Committee recommends that the sponsorship fund be streamlined to warranty transparency and rolled
out to capture all regions of Uganda.
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Response:
The recommendation to ensure transparency and equitable distribution of the scholarships is noted. I
would wish to assure Members that this matter is already being addressed and these are some of the critical
issues that guide H. E. the President when exercising his discretion in extending assistance.
2.2 Criterion for selection of Model Villages:
Recommendation:
The Committee recommends that Government adopts a more comprehensive selection criterion that will
cover all regions of the Country and, a scientific method of fund disbursement that will ensure equitable
allocation of resources.
The Committee further recommends that Government fast tracks the rolling out of model villages and other
related Presidential initiatives like Millennium Villages to all other Districts and regions of the Country that
have not yet been selected or identified for these programmes due to the fact that high poverty levels seem
to be prevalent in most Districts.
Response:
The recommendation for rolling out model villages is noted but owing to a limited budget, only a few
model villages can be operationalized in a given Financial Year.
3.0 VOTE 107 UGANDA AIDS COMMISSION
3.1Timely release of funds by the Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
Recommendation:
The Committee recommends and urges MoFPED to always endeavor to release funds in time and as
approved; and where there are unexpected delays or non release, it should communicate to the affected
Institutions in time to allow modification of the available budget.
The Committee also urges Government to endeavor to adequately fund the Uganda AIDS Commission if
its to effectively achieve its goals. Further the Committee recommends that Government urgently
endeavors to clear the wage bill component under the unfunded priorities to cater for staff that had been
prior recruited and other statutory arrears.
Response:

The Committees recommendations urging MoFPED to release funds in time as well as the need for GoU to
adequately fund the operations of the UAC were noted. However, no additional funding was secured in the
FY 2014/15 thus leaving the wage shortfall as an unfunded priority.
4.0VOTE 112 DIRECTORATE OF ETHICS & INTEGRITY
4.1Status of the enactment of Anti - corruption legislation:
Recommendation:
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The Committee noted that for the past two Fys, the Directorate has continued to budget for the development
of two key laws; namely the Proceeds of Corruption Law and the Qui Tam law; their formulation is yet to
be finalized.
The Committee recommends that the Directorate fast tracks the formulation of the two anti corruption laws
as this will go a long way in funneling the fight against corruption and the recovery of government
resources.
Response:
The Proceeds of Corruption Law
A Bill for the enactment of proceeds of corruption was prepared. However, in a bid to ensure harmonization
of the legislation with other laws, it was decided that the proposals on recovery of proceeds of crime and
corruption in particular, should be incorporated in the Anti- Money Laundering (AML) Bill that was in
advanced stages of discussion by Parliament.
The Directorate therefore, submitted the proposals to Parliament through the Ministry of Finance Planning
and Economic Development. The Parliamentary Committee considering the Bill discussed and incorporated
the proposals in the AML Bill and expanded its scope to include the recovery of proceeds of crime
(including corruption) and terrorism.

The Anti- Money Laundering law was passed in June, 2013 and is awaiting Presidential Assent.
The Qui Tam Law
The Qui Tam Bill was halted because the issues envisaged in the law were adquately addressed in other anti
corruption laws such as the Anti - Money Laundering Act, 2013; the Anti Corruption Act, 2009 and the
Whistleblower Protection Act, 2010.
4.2 National Guideline for moral standards
Recommendation:
The Committee recommends that the Directorate develops National Guidelines that will encompass the
Countrys agreed upon moral standards and values.
Response:
The National Ethical Values were developed and the policy to this effect launched by H.E the President.
With the policy in place, it is hoped that the desired change will be achieved through streamlining the
policy in management of public affairs, private sector, professional associations and schools.
4.3 High rate of moral decay
Recommendation / Observation:
The impact of the role of the Directorate for Ethics and Integrity still leaves a lot to be felt given the highly
deteriorating moral standards in society.
Response:
The rate of globalization and acculturation which accelerate moral decay in the society is relatively too
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high. However, with the available financial resources, the DEI conducted training and sensitization
programmes in core Primary Teachers Colleges (PTCs) and secondary schools around Kampala. The
programmes were aimed at curbing moral decadency among the young generation in the country.
5.0VOTE 159 - EXTERNAL SECURITY ORGANIZATION
5.1Clearing of staff arrears
Recommendation:
The Committee recommends that Government develops a comprehensive plan to clear the various staff
arrears accumulated by ESO before they become unmanageable and consequently pause a security threat to
the country.
Response:
The Committees recommendation was noted. The MoFPED was engaged on this matter and a provision of
UGX2.253bn has been made in the estimates for FY 2014/15 to clear part of the arrears.
I beg to move.
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Annex 2
UNFUNDED AND UNDER-FUNDED PRIORITIES FOR THE PRESIDENCY FY
2014/15
The budgetary ceilings for votes under the Presidency remained substantially unchanged from
the levels provided during the FY 2013/14. Therefore, a number of key outputs for Votes under
the Presidency remain un-funded and under-funded.
VOTE 001 OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT
A) Construction of offices for RDCs/DRDCs: In order to address the shortage of office
accommodation, the Office of the President planned to construct fifty (50) office blocks for
RDCs and DRDCs over a five (5) year period. However, due to the low budget ceilings, only ten
(10) office blocks have been constructed in the last three Financial Years. Suffice to note, only
two (2) office blocks could be constructed per at the current level of funding. The required
funding is UGX 6.0 bn.
B) During FY 2012/13, the Presidency retired some RDCs/DRDCs from service and UGX
780,000,000/= was required to settle their outstanding ex-gratia payment. Through an internal
budget re-allocation, only UGX 520,000,000 was cleared. The outstanding amount of
UGX260,000,000 is not provided for in the ceilings for FY 2014/15.
C) Facilitation of Presidential Advisors: Vote 001 continues to face funding constraints related to
Presidential Advisors some of whom were appointed on Ministerial terms and conditions.
Similarly, provision of facilitation to RDCs/DRDCs is constrained by the limited resources
hindering the effective execution of their mandate of monitoring government programmes for
improved service delivery. The additional financial requirements for these officers amount to 5.0
bn per year.
D) The National Leadership Institute, Kyankwanzi requires additional UGX 4.0bn in the ceilings
of the FY 2014/15 to improve and maintain its infrastructure. Whereas, the National Leaders of
all levels converge at the Institute for conferences and retreats, the capacity of the infrastructure
in place has not been expanded at the same rate to match the required level.
E) The Uganda Media Centre requires an additional UGX 3.7bn to establish regional centers and
procure equipment required for the effective execution of its functions.
F) The National Patriotism Secretariat requires additional allocation of UGX 1.5bn to enable it
provide for the facilitation of district coordination offices, acquisition and distribution of
patriotism reading materials and establishment of permanent headquarter offices.
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G) The Office of Security Coordination is requires UGX 205bn to operationalize the provisions
of the National Security Act, providing for the lawful interception of communication and
acquisition of land and buildings for offices.
H) The Manifesto Implementation Unit requires UGX 800m to comprehensively monitor
manifesto implementation.
I) The Directorate of Economic Affairs and Research requires additional funding of UGX 3.9 bn
to implement its Strategic Plan, increase the coverage of monitoring visits to all districts in the
country to enable officers collect sufficient data on the implementation of government programs.
This will enable the Directorate of Economic Affairs and Research to make follow ups on the
general recommendations for improvement in service delivery and policy implementation across
government.
J) Recapitalizing of the Uganda Printing and Publishing Corporation to make it a viable
government corporation. The required funding is Ushs. 4.5 bn.
K) The Office of the President occupied the new office premises at Plot 9-11 Apollo Kaggwa
Road constructed under a grant from the Government of the People's Republic of China. The
office requires an additional Ushs 0.387bn to settle the outstanding arrears for payment of
utilities - electricity and water and another Ushs 0.415bn per year.
L) The Presidential Awards Chancery requires Ushs. 3.5 bn to purchase Insignia; carryout
nationwide sensitization & dissemination of the National Honours and Awards Regulations,
2013; Conduct extensive research to identify persons and information on the profiles of the
persons meriting award of medals; Facilitating Medalists; and initiate the establishment of the
Hall of Fame.
M) UGX 10 bn is required for the construction of four Jubilee Vocational Schools in the original
regions of Uganda as directed by H.E the President.
N) The 2
nd
phase of the redevelopment of Kololo Ceremonial Grounds remains unfunded by
UGX 20 bn while UGX10bn is required for the four regional Golden Jubilee schools.
O) UGX 27.898 is needed to replenish the aged fleet for ISO to enhance staff mobility while
UGX 7.45bn is required to enhance the operational fund for intelligence collection and
monitoring across the country to minimize and curtail security threats.

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P) Verified Outstanding donations totaling Shs.65bn remain unfunded. Initiatives
established to monitor service delivery in the Health; Agriculture and Works sectors for
promotion of good governance and better service delivery remain underfunded.
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Q)The purchase of a Presidential Helicopter requires Shs.54.1bn while the procurement of
security equipment requires Shs 0.6bn.
R)Rent for office premises at Okello House falls due in October 2014 and the landlord is
demanding payment for 5years in advance. At his terms, this would require UGX 17.3bn.
S) The need to construct a State Lodge in Kapchorwa and houses for support staff in Entebbe
still remains unfunded and requires Shs. 4.860bn.
T) The Poverty Alleviation Project; a Presidential initiative tasked to increase household incomes
countrywide, requires an additional Shs. 3bn.
In addition to the above, another challenge faced is the number of unplanned activities that arise
during the financial year which State House is compelled to fund therefore distorting the budget.

VOTE 107 UGANDA AIDS COMMISSION (UAC)
U) UAC received a wage bill increase of UGX 400m towards the implementation of 2011
Institutional Review recommendations and 4% wage increase across the board in FY 2013/14.
However, this was not matched with an increase of staff related costs in respect of NSSF
contributions, gratuity and medical allowances. In the same vein, UGX528,085,308/= and
UGX1,895,760,580/= is required to fill the wage gap and meet non-wage recurrent expenditure
respectively in order to finalize the implementation of phase 3 Institutional Report.
V) Clause 28 of the HIV/AIDS Control and Prevention Act, 2014 provides the establishment of
an HIV / AIDS Trust Fund for sustainable care and medical treatment for people living with
HIV/AIDS. The required funding to operationalize the Trust is USD 500 million which is not
provided for under the estimates for FY 2014/15.
W) The UAC requires 1.2 billion to refocus and align coordination of the HIV multi-sectoral
response as well as the revised HIV Strategic Plan to the NDP II and vision 2040. UGX 550 is
also required to conduct pre-Joint Annual AIDS Review meetings at Regional level.
VOTE 112 ETHICS AND INTEGRITY
X) The major unfunded priorities under Vote 112 include: acquisition of land and construction of
office accommodation at UGX3.0bn; establishment of the Leadership Code Tribunal at
UGX2.5bn and establishment of the Pornography Control Committee at 3.5bn.
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Y) Contributions to the Committee of intelligence and Security services CISSA of $435,000 as
well as the East Africa Chiefs of intelligence Forum FACIF of $200,000 will remain unfunded in
the FY 2014/15.
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