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Boost for service

Rebecca Medhurst
Tuesday, March 25, 2014

REFORMS made under the 2013 Constitution are enabling permanent secretaries to deal with matters relating to staffing in their ministries, says PSC permanent secretary Parmesh Chand.

He said it's hoped the reforms would lead to optimal utilisation as permanent secretaries restructure and reorganise staff to bring about improvements to the efficiency of service delivery.

Mr Chand spoke of the Public Service Commission's role during these changes, as it focused on appointing the most suitable candidate to the post of PS.

He said the PSC would provide the permanent secretaries with as much assistance and support as necessary to help them in their efforts to improve their ministry or department's human resource capabilities.


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