The Director General, Bureau of Public Service Reforms (BPSR), Mr Dasuki Ibrahim Arabi has joined the league of people and organizations who have expressed satisfaction with the amazing level of technology deployed by the Federal Road Safety Corps for effective service delivery. This commendation, according to the Corps Public Education Officer, Bisi Kazeem, was made by the Director General during a Courtesy visit to the headquarters of the Commission on Wednesday. Given the reason for the visit, Kazeem, quoted mr Arabi saying that the visit was to ascertain the level of compliance with the earlier recommendations made to the Corps by BPSR on some salient issues among which include; Drivers License, Insurance cover and human capital development. The Director General also revealed that the mandate of the Bureau is to monitor reforms in government establishments at the Federal level, track activities of agencies and report back to the presidency. And from what we have seen so far, FRSC deserves commendations. In Arabic words; " I have been taking aback by the level of Information and Communication Technology (ITC) utilization in road safety management and administration in Nigeria. We never knew you have attained this height in technology, I think FRSC is an agency that must be celebrated in Nigeria". In addition, the Director General also encouraged the Corps to uphold the level of transparency it has manifested especially during the just concluded recruitment exercise. And promised to always propagate the achievements of the Corps for all to know. Responding, the Corps Marshal Dr Boboye Oyeyemi, congratulated the Director General for his appointment and commended him for the training organized by the Bureau for Board Members and newly appointed chief executives in Nigeria. Speaking further, Oyeyemi stated that since the Bureau sent the recommendations to the Corps, FRSC has gone into research and have been able to identify areas that need improvement and effectively activated progress. He also said, for the Drivers License, the Corps has been able to reduce the waiting period for collection of the permanent license from 60 days to maximum of 2 weeks. On human capacity development, Oyeyemi said the Corps is on top of the situation as this has been our priority focus in 2019 and we have organized series of retreats,strategy sessions,workshops, seminars etc. All these have been complied with in other to enhance, productivity and ease of doing business. Concluding, the Corps Marshal advocated for a uniform procedure for change of information in the national data base for all agencies responsible for data collection in the country.