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I welcome the officials from the Department of Finance and Personnel (DFP): Mr Barry Armstrong, Ms Agnes Lennon and Ms Joanne McBurney. I invite you to make an opening statement, after which there will be a question-and-answer session. By now, members will be familiar with the Spring Supplementary Estimates and the related Budget Bill, as this is the third year that we have appeared before the Committee to give evidence. The context of today’s session has been outlined in the background paper that was provided to the Committee at the end of January. We are very much aware of the important role that the Committee plays in ...
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THE IRISH OBSERVER WILL BRING YOU DAILY BLOGS and NEWS STORIES RELATING TO IRELAND AND OTHER PARTS OF THE WORLD WHERE RELEVANT. ALSO READERS WILL BE ABLE TO VIEW EXCLUSIVE PICTURES TAKEN BY THE IRISH OBSERVER IN IRELAND. copyright. GOVERNMENT EFFICIENCIES SHOULD NOT HARM KEY SERVICES Efficiency savings across the NI public sector can be made without harming essential public services and strategic policy priorities. That is the message from the Northern Ireland Assembly Committee for Finance and Personnel which launched the findings of its preliminary Inquiry into Public Sector Efficiencies. Speaking ahead of the Assembly debate, ... market research, surveys and trends
Where you live affects how you live
Where you live affects how you live. I say this because the challenge for any of us, this blog included , who are committed to equality is to ensure that wherever citizens live, they have the same rights and entitlements as everyone else. Over many decades, sectors of the city in which I live have been colour-coded by statutory agencies. They glibly refer to ‘green’ areas and ‘orange’ areas. Maps in the offices of public bodies demonstrate the institutionalised thinking which divides Belfast. This was not merely a symptom of sectarianism. It follows the practice initiated by the British military. Since ... market research, surveys and trends

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Digging through the Data Security News of 2009: (re) blog ...
A couple of weeks before the holiday season got into full swing, my wife and I found a gift for my sister that we’d been seeking a long time. It seemed a bit pricey for a household appliance, but it was something we knew she’d use, so we got it for her for Christmas. A week later my wife was walking through another department store and found the same item for half the price, so we bought it again with the intent to take the first, more expensive version back to the store for a refund. That entailed finding the receipt, and although we are well-organized in such financial matters, we could not find that elusive piece of paper in ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
25 September 2008 - Statistical press release - Continuous ...
The Continuous Household Survey 2007/08 has found that 81% of Northern Ireland households are very or fairly concerned about the environment. Nine in ten households (91%) in Northern Ireland regularly recycle at least one of the following; glass, cans or paper. There has been a significant increase in the proportion regularly recycling from 2003-04 (57%). Eighty-eight percent of households now regularly recycle paper, 82% recycle their cans and 69% recycle glass. The Continuous Household Survey Bulletin 2007/08 was published today by the Central Survey Unit of the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA). The ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Planning Service to lose 40% of its staff as DoE slashes 350 jobs
A Northern Ireland Government department is planning to cut 350 jobs within the next year as the public spending squeeze begins to bite. “This is the number of posts that need to be removed in order to live within our existing budget,” the Department of the Environment confirmed. Officials have already said just over 270 of the total cull could be planners — almost 40% of the entire Planning Service — but the driver and vehicle authority, NI Environment Agency and local government policy branch are also likely to be hit. An internal report concluded the Planning Service should reduce its ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Exclusive report on NI Water: “I need help from friends at the minute…”
What was the real reason for the big shake-up at NI Water last week? Four independent directors sacked last March were replaced by temporary appointees on the grounds that a relatively tiny number of transactions had been conducted poorly. But was this a post-hoc rationalisation for a decision that was taken for other, more political reasons? This three hour plus interrogation of two senior civil servants is a masterclass of how members of a parliamentary committee should conduct an inquiry. The matter before them was a so-called  ‘deep dive’ report on irregularities around a relatively small number of ‘single ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

INFORMATION RESOURCES

Press Release For immediate release 17 December 2009 Northern ...
Dec 17, 2009 ... Northern Ireland's Department of Finance and Personnel agrees to improve data security. The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Department of Finance--Budget Questions
FAQs are answered using budget Summary Schedules and Charts. This information is updated once or twice a year; thus, the currency of an answer is dependent upon when the inquiry is made. (Please see Background Information for when the Schedules and Charts are updated.)   What is the total, or size of the State Budget? There are several ways to look at budget totals. Expenditures of: a. General Fund = General Fund Budget Totals; b. "a." and Special Funds = Budget Expenditure Totals; c. "b." and Selected Bond Funds = Expenditure Totals including Bond Funds; d. "c." Federal Funds = Expenditure Totals ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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There is not a really big difference between Human Resource Management and Personnel Management, in actual fact "Human Resources" have largely replaced the term "Personnel Management". Human Resource Management is basically much broader in scope than Personnel Management. Human Resource Management is the type of Management where almost everybody in Managing Position can play a part in Training and Development. They aim to have many different Managers in various departments with the necessary skills to handle employee tasks at hand. Personnel Management can be described as reactive. The reason why I would say ...
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The New York Times published the accouncement recently that The Deputy Labor Secretary, Seth Harris, wants to"foster a culture of compliance among employers to replace what he described as a 'catch me if you can' system in which too many companies violated employment laws." “Employers will have to put together a plan that is designed to avoid violations of workplace laws.” Location specific: Greater New York City Area posted 2 months ago in Employment and Labor Law , Regulation and Compliance | Closed Share This OSHA may be just catching up as establishing a safety "program" has been a centerpiece of the ...