• Andrew Sulle
Part of the Public Sector Organizations book series (PSO)


This chapter first provides a general overview of the structure of government and the roles of different kinds of government agencies in Tanzania. The account is placed in a wider context, in particular the impact of the transition from a socialist model of economic development to a neo-liberal model following an economic crisis in the 1980s. A raft of economic and public-sector reforms were implemented under the guidance of international donors, including privatization and civil service downsizing and the introduction of the UK executive-agency model. The bulk of the chapter is concerned with describing some of the results of this most recent form of agencification in Tanzania.


Parent Ministry Internal Revenue United Republic Executive Agency Strategic Human Resource Management 
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