Public Service Transformation

The Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government, Mr. Phil Hogan T.D., today (11 July 2013), made his comments on the publication of the latest Report of the Local Government Efficiency Review (LGER) Implementation Group...

Brendan Howlin TD, Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, today spoke of the progress made in reforming the Irish Public...

Today (04-Jul-2013) in Dublin Minister of State Brian Hayes spoke on the subject of External Service Delivery for the Public Service. This event, hosted by Eolas Magazine, was attended by Public and Private sector senior managers from North...

The Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Brendan Howlin, T.D., today (3 July 2012) published the Protected Disclosure Bill 2013 which will establish a detailed and comprehensive legislative framework protecting whistleblowers..

The Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Mr. Brendan Howlin T.D., today welcomed the publication by the Implementation Body for the Public Service Agreement (‘Croke Park Agreement’) of its third and final Annual Progress...

The Minister welcomes the favourable ballot results over the last few days in relation to the Haddington Road Agreement. He looks forward to implementing this now, with the protections that it offers, with those unions that have endorsed the agreement.

Speaking in Geneva today (Tuesday), where he is chairing an informal meeting of Ministers of Labour and Social Affairs taking place alongside the 102nd International Labour Conference, jointly organised by the ILO and the Irish Presidency...

I move that the Thirty-second Amendment of the Constitution (Abolition of Seanad Éireann) Bill 2013 be read a second time. The purpose of the Bill is to fulfil the Programme for Government commitment to hold a referendum on...

Mr. Brendan Howlin, T.D., Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, and Mr Brian Hayes T.D., Minister of State with special responsibility for Public...

The crisis that engulfed Ireland in 2008 was three-fold. It was a banking crisis; it was a fiscal crisis; but it was also a political crisis...

 

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