State Reform Coordinating Agency (RCA)


Department of Public Service Reform

and Development (DPSR&D)

Office of the Head of ServiceThe Head of Service and Chief ExecutiveOUR MISSIONOUR VISION

Mr. Bayo Philips HoS
Cardinal Focus (L-REVAMP):
  • L → result-oriented LEADERSHIP
  • RE → enhanced REVENUE generation and RESOURCE management
  • VA → ethical VALUE reorientation
  • M → optimum MANPOWER utilization and capacity building
  • P → PROCESS re-engineering

Department of Public Service Reform and Development – DPSR&D

The Department of Public Service Reform and Development (DPSR&D) is a creation of the Ondo State Government, with the aim of improving processes of governance and injecting into the Public Service, cutting edge reform initiatives that can help deliver excellent service and achieve dividends of democracy by the Bureaucracy. Read more


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Mr. Bayo Philips HoS

The Head of Service and Chief Executive of DPSR&D


ayo Philip was born on June 6, 1966 at Ipepe in Ilaje Local Government Area of Ondo State to the family of Pa Philip and Mama Aderibo Ikuseyidunmi Ajiboyede, both of blessed memory.

Little Bayo, in the midst of giant late school starters, commenced his primary education in 1971, tapping into the opportunity of the newly-founded Local Authority Primary School at Ipepe in Ilaje Local Government.

Bayo became outstanding in his academic performance and had to be appointed the Senior Prefect [Boys] while in primary 3 and through to Primary 6, a position he could not have gained by size. He concluded his Primary School Education in 1976 as the overall best pupil of the school.

Bayo proceeded to Ilaje Grammar School, Atijere in 1976 for his secondary school education and completed same in 1981 in flying colours, ranking among the best students. Bayo Philip thereafter attended the defunct Ondo State College of Arts and Science [OSCAS], Ikare-Akoko in 1982 for a 2-year Higher School Certificate course. 

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