Office of the Director General
The Director General is appointed by the President of the Republic on the recommendation of Board of Directors and the Minister in charge of administering the Act. As Chief Executive Officer, the Director General is responsible for the execution of policy, the day-to-day transactions of the Centre, and supervision and control over the acts of all employees. The Director General is the main technical adviser of the Minister and the Board on policy and management of projects and programmes.
He/she supervises, monitors and coordinates the operations of the Accounting and Administration office while providing the necessary administrative, managerial and advisory backstopping to the professional departments.
Other bodies under the Supervision of the Director General are: