"Public sector reforms in Botswana are broadly perceived to mean structural and procedural changes aimed at obtaining a more efficient and effective public service. Amongst the above-listed components of public sector reforms, Botswana has given most prominence to public administration, decentralisation and privatization. The reforms have included streamlining (right sizing) of the public sector, productivity improvement programmes, control over inputs, transparency and accountability, performance management systems, commercialization, corporatisation and the anticipated privatization."