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NAP 2.0

On October 3, 2017, PEBEC launched the second National Action Plan which focused on deepening and enforcing some of the initiatives in the first National Action Plan as well as implementing new reforms. The project was also expanded to include three more indicators, with six MDAs prioritized by PEBEC to focus on the new reforms (52% completion rate achieved).

Starting a business

  • Eliminate inspection for business premises registration
  • Drive adoption of e-registration for company registration

Dealing with Construction permits

  • Drive usage of the e-planning platform
  • Reduce cost and time to obtain development permits

Registering Property

  • Ensure availability of land information online
  • Simplify and optimize the process of obtaining the Governor’s Consent

Getting Electricity

  • Reduce time to get connected to the grid by deploying online systems
  • Ensure compliance to revised procedures and timelines for getting grid connected

Getting Credit

 
  • Improve access to credit by driving usage of the National Collateral Registry
  • Facilitate usage of credit bureaus for the provision of credit data and credit scoring

Paying Taxes

  • Simplify the process and reduce the time for paying taxes

Trading across borders

  • Enable quicker and easier movement of goods across borders

Entry and exit of people

  • Improve the experience of travelers entering and leaving Nigeria
  • Decrease time spent at airports, and streamline processes for entering the country

Trading Within Nigeria

  •  Simplify the process of registering food and drugs at NAFDAC
  • Enforce removal of illegal roadblocks
  • Trademark registry to clear backlog of outstanding marks

Enforcing Contracts

  •  Reduce the time it takes to resolve cases related to commercial contracts

Selling to the Government

  • Simplify the government procurement process for SMEs

The implementation of NAP 2.0 aimed to deliver the following significant benefits, especially to SMEs;

  • 3million MSMEs become eligible to do business with the Government
  • 75% reduction in time to register business premises in Kano
  • 60% reduction in time to get electricity
  • 50% reduction in time for filling Corporate Income Taxes
  • 75% reduction in clearance time for foreign travelers.

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NAP 2.0

On October 3, 2017, PEBEC launched the second National Action Plan which focused on deepening and enforcing some of the initiatives in the first National Action Plan as well as implementing new reforms. The project was also expanded to include three more indicators, with six MDAs prioritized by PEBEC to focus on the new reforms (52% completion rate achieved).

Starting a business

  • Eliminate inspection for business premises registration
  • Drive adoption of e-registration for company registration

Dealing with Construction permits

  • Drive usage of the e-planning platform
  • Reduce cost and time to obtain development permits

Registering Property

  • Ensure availability of land information online
  • Simplify and optimize the process of obtaining the Governor’s Consent

Getting Electricity

  • Reduce time to get connected to the grid by deploying online systems
  • Ensure compliance to revised procedures and timelines for getting grid connected

Getting Credit

 
  • Improve access to credit by driving usage of the National Collateral Registry
  • Facilitate usage of credit bureaus for the provision of credit data and credit scoring

Paying Taxes

  • Simplify the process and reduce the time for paying taxes

Trading across borders

  • Enable quicker and easier movement of goods across borders

Entry and exit of people

  • Improve the experience of travelers entering and leaving Nigeria
  • Decrease time spent at airports, and streamline processes for entering the country

Trading Within Nigeria

  •  Simplify the process of registering food and drugs at NAFDAC
  • Enforce removal of illegal roadblocks
  • Trademark registry to clear backlog of outstanding marks

Enforcing Contracts

  •  Reduce the time it takes to resolve cases related to commercial contracts

Selling to the Government

  • Simplify the government procurement process for SMEs

The implementation of NAP 2.0 aimed to deliver the following significant benefits, especially to SMEs;

  • 3million MSMEs become eligible to do business with the Government
  • 75% reduction in time to register business premises in Kano
  • 60% reduction in time to get electricity
  • 50% reduction in time for filling Corporate Income Taxes
  • 75% reduction in clearance time for foreign travelers.

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