The public sector reform refers to the practices that have been employed in transforming the management and the administration in the market and private for profit sector. The need for change for in the public organizations has become necessary to the deficits and external trade imbalances and this especially is especially affects public sector organizations developing countries. As such it has become necessary for restructuring of the sector by privatization, and contracting to counteract the financial deficit. Another major reason for the restructuring has been the criticism from the public about the quality of the services delivered. The bureaucratic and traditional administration of the public sector has been unresponsive to the needs of the consumers and hence the need of such reforms. Indeed NPSM has been found have a genesis from the 1970s and 1980s when Reganomics and Thatcherism were prominent with insistence on market competition and privatization of the public organizations (Benedict 2000, p.32). Globalization has also affected the public sector with the reforms being necessary in order to keep pace with the technological advancement and the competition due to emerging new global trends. As a matter of fact, technology has been pivotal in NPSM in performance management as it enhanced assessment and control of performance.