Nairobi, April 2 -- Kenyans should expect drastic changes in public services if targets set by Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi for state agencies are met.

In what is likely to give the government a feel of private organisations, Mr Mudavadi wants every state office to display charts indicating services offered, time taken to offer them plus the costs involved.

He also wants the offices to have performance contracts and quarterly appraisals for every employee, tightened job descriptions and daily assignments.

Government workers may soon find themselves shifted across ministries as Mr Mudavadi wants an audit of roles vis-a-vis staffing.

There should also be transfers in an effort "to harmonise deficits and surpluses within and ...