Government To Benefit From CMS

Sharon Austin Ministry News

Government’s recently launched Correspondence Management System (CMS) represents a major public sector reform initiative which will prove beneficial for years to come. This view was expressed by Chief Personnel Officer Gail Atkins recently, when she spoke at the launch of the Personnel Administration Division’s CMS, which will move that department from its current paper intensive modus to a digital-based environment. …

PAD Moving To Digital Environment

Sharon Austin Top Stories

Government’s Personnel Administration Division (PAD) will be moving from its current paper intensive approach to a digital-based environment, with the introduction of the Correspondence Management Solution (CMS). The CMS will be launched this Friday, October 6, during a ceremony at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre, where Prime Minister Freundel Stuart will deliver the feature address. Chief Personnel Officer, Gail Atkins, …

Sixteen New Permanent Secretaries

Sharon Austin Top Stories

Sixteen senior public officers have been promoted to the post of Permanent Secretary. This disclosure has come from Chief Personnel Officer, Gail Atkins, who said the promotions would take effect from Saturday, April 15. Those promoted are: Ms. June Chandler, to the Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation; Mrs. Donna Cadogan to the Ministry of Tourism and International Transport; …

No Victimisation Of Mr. McDowall

Sharon Austin Top Stories

There was no victimisation of the National Union of Public Workers’ President, Akanni McDowall, by the Personnel Administration Division (PAD), says Chief Personnel Officer, Gail Atkins. Furthermore, says Ms. Atkins, PAD did not have an “ulterior motive” for removing Mr. McDowall from the post of Health Planning Officer, in which he recently acted. There have been claims in the media …