THE Annual Corporate Plan for Office of the President was launched yesterday with the President Ratu Epeli Nailatikau urging his staff members to work diligently.
While launching their 2014 Corporate Plan, Ratu Epeli challenged his staff members to have willpower in order to achieve their goals.
"It's a simple process if we want to achieve what we want. The work has been done, it's time for the execution to begin," Ratu Epeli said.
He told his staff members they should know what to expect.
Ratu Epeli said with good nature and co-operation, they would achieve what they had set out in their corporate plan.
Acting official secretary to the president's office Pene Baleinabuli said this year would be a crucial year for the Office of the President in the same way that it would be for Fiji as a nation.
"Fiji will hold its general election as part of Government's commitment towards returning to parliamentary democracy," Mr Baleinabuli said.
"Given the country's sociopolitical history, there will be significant interest, from both the local and international communities in the lead-up to the elections and on the outcome of the elections and subsequent actions thereafter."
He said as the head of the State, the President would continue to play a lead role in progress towards parliamentary democracy.
Meanwhile, staff members were also recognised for their hardwork. Awards were given to Josaia Yalovigau for best domestic services officer, Maika Mocelutu, best landscape services officer, Corporal Aminiasi Raicavu, best security officer and Nanise Lagai, for best corporate services officer.