RRI Initiative final review

GIS:-The review provided insight into the varying stages of implementation.

The Department of Economic Development, Transport, and Civil Aviation hosted the final review of the Rapid Results Initiative (RRI) Framework earlier this month.

Aviva St. Claire, the Deputy Chief Economist in the Department of Finance, said the review provided insight into the varying stages of implementation.

“Since its launch on January 10, the Rapid Results team has worked assiduously to deliver results within the 100-day time frame. Specifically, the TVET goal was to increase the number of people who were certified through CVQs and prior learning, through business support organisations by 20 percent; the team on construction were asked to reduce the time on processing commercial development by 25 days; and the team focused on transport were asked to identify specific ways to identify policy and a fundamental plan for a cashless bus system,” she said.

“The groups met on a weekly basis and were coached and cajoled far out of their normal comfort zones. Today we are joined by the teams and their team leaders to get first-hand knowledge of their experiences.”

The RRI was introduced to improve the implementation of recommendations emanating from the dialogue under the Caribbean Growth Forum (CGF) initiative. The RRI a team-based approach that aims to deliver results on specific goals within 100 days.

The final review of the Rapid Results Initiative Framework was held on June 2 at the Finance Administrative Centre.

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