Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) is a Government Ministry through which the Prime Minister of Uganda provides leadership of the Ministers under the Executive arm of Government.The Prime Minister is the Leader of Government Business in Parliament established by the Constitution of Uganda under 108 A. This specifies, in addition, that the Premier is responsible for coordination and implementation of Government Policies across Ministries, Departments and other Public Institutions.
The Judicial Service Commission (the Commission) is an independent agency of the state established under the Constitution of the Republic of Uganda. It is a specialized appointing Commission enjoying broad oversight functions in relation to services delivered to the people by the Judiciary. The mandate and functions of the Commission are defined under Articles 146-151 of the Constitution.
The Electoral Commission was set up under Article 60 of the 1995 Constitution of The Republic of Uganda. The mandate of the IEC is to "organise and conduct regular, free and fair elections" in the country, in an efficient, professional and impartial manner. Detailed functions of the EC are outlined under Article 61 of the 1995 Constitution of the Republic of Uganda. The IEC’s goal is “To promote participatory democracy and good governance for the country’s prosperity.”
The Uganda Human Rights Commission is a national Institution responsible for the protection and promotion of human rights in Uganda. It draws its mandate from Article 51(1) of the 1995 Constitution of the Republic of Uganda. In execution of its mandate, the commission carries out human rights education through community barazas and training of law enforcement officers. It receives, registers and investigates complaints of human rights abuse, mediates cases through its tribunal redress mechanism, and inspects places of detention to monitor the human rights situation of inmates.
The Inspectorate of Government is an independent institution charged with the responsibility of eliminating corruption, abuse of authority and of public office. The powers as enshrined in the Constitution and IG Act include to; investigate or cause investigation, arrest or cause arrest, prosecute or cause prosecution, make orders and give directions during investigations; access and search – enter and inspect premises or property or search a person or bank account or safe deposit box among others.