Efficiency, Accountability and Integrity

The Secretariat of the Commission

The Secretariat is constituted by four (4) main Divisions headed by Deputy  Secretaries under the direct supervision of the Secretary.



Ing. Mabel Amoako-Atta is the Acting Secretary of the Public Services Commission. She is a Civil Engineer by profession and a seasoned public servant with over thirty (30) years of experience in various positions and roles in the Public Sector of Ghana.

Ing. Mabel holds a BSc. Civil Engineering from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and MSc. Environmental Assessment and Management from Oxford Brookes University, UK. Ing. Mabel is a Fellow of the Ghana Institution of Engineering (GhIE) and a former Councilor of the Institution.

As an Engineer, she began her professional career at the Department of Feeder Roads in1989. She served in various capacities at the Department and became the first female Regional Engineer in the Department in 1996.

In 2008, Ing. Mabel Amoako-Atta joined the Local Government Service as Head of the Quality Assurance and Technical Services and became the Director, Management and Technical Services in 2012. She was instrumental in the setting up of the Departments of the Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) and the development and publication of Operational Manuals for Departments at the MMDA level. She has over twelve (12) years’ experience in local governance and decentralisation.

Ing. Mabel Amoako-Atta joined the Public Services Commission as the first female Secretary to the Commission in 2020.

The Divisions

Finance and Administration (F&A) Division

The Finance and Administration Division provides the financial, administrative and logistical support for efficient and effective operations of the Commission. It ensures efficient management of the resources of the Commission including the human resource, as well as promotes cordial relationships with key stakeholders for effective implementation of programmes and activities of the Commission.

  • Human Resource Management Unit;
  • Finance (Accounts, Planning and Budgeting) Unit; and
  • Administration (Stores, Procurement, Estate, Security and Transport) Unit.

Mrs. Ernestina Oppong Yeboah Deputy Secretary

Mrs. Harriet Bani Deputy Secretary

Human Resource Policy Division (HRPD)

The Human Resource Policy Division focuses on the formulation and development of human resource management policies, standards, systems and procedures aimed at improving on productivity in the Public Service as well as enhancing informed decision making in the management of the human resource.

  • Petitions, Appeals & Grievances Unit;
  • Appointments, Promotions and Discipline Unit;
  • Benefits and Conditions of Service Unit; and
  • Human Resource Development & Examinations Unit.

Management Services Division (MSD)

The Division focuses on the design and development of human resource management and organizational development systems, frameworks and standards for effective human resource and organizational management of public service organizations (PSOs).

  • Organizational Systems Reviews and Development Unit;
  • Manpower Planning and Deployment Unit; and
  • Performance Management Unit.


Mrs. Fati Bodua Seidu Deputy Secretary

Mr. Victory Way Kuvodu Ag. Deputy Secretary

Research, Information, Monitoring & Evaluation Division (RIMED)

The Division has the responsibility for producing and maintaining reliable and credible data on human resource for effective and efficient decision making in regulation of the public services in Ghana.

  • Collection, processing, analysis, storage, maintenance and use of HR data of the Public Service Organisations  to support decision-making by the Commission/Government;
  • Conduct of Research, Monitoring and Evaluation of the performance of the implementation of Human Resource (HR) policies, programme and activities in the Public Service and to recommend policy reviews.
  • Research, Monitoring and Evaluation Unit;
    • Information Management Unit; and
    • Human Resource Information Management Unit.