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Resumption of work in public sector as from 01 June 2020

Date:May 30, 2020|Domain:Civil Service

GIS – 30 May 2020: Following the Government’s decision to lift the Curfew on 30 May 2020, all officers of the Public Service are to resume work as from 01 June 2020. In a Circular letter issued, today, by the Ministry of Public Service, Ad


PM chairs first Ministerial meeting on Shab-E-Barat and Ramadan 2020

PM chairs first Ministerial meeting on Shab-E-Barat and Ramadan 2020
Date:March 18, 2020|Domain:Civil Service

​GIS – 18 March 2020: The first Ministerial meeting of the Task Force for the celebrations of the festivals of Shab-E-Barat and Ramadan 2020, was held, yesterday afternoon, at the Lunch Room of the National Assembly, in Port Louis.  The meeting w


Award of certificates to newly appointed Assistant Permanent Secretaries

Award of certificates to newly appointed Assistant Permanent Secretaries
Date:February 28, 2020|Domain:Civil Service

GIS– 28 February, 2020: Forty six newly appointed Assistant Permanent Secretaries (APS) who have successfully followed a five-day Induction Course conducted by the Civil Service College, received certificates, yesterday, during an award ceremony org


Training courses for public officers to ensure the highest level of services

Training courses for public officers to ensure the highest level of services
Date:February 27, 2020|Domain:Civil Service--Education & Training

GIS - 27 February, 2020: Human resources are our most valuable asset, hence the enhancement of human capital is a crucial factor in capacity building and development for improving performance in the Public Sector.  A trained workforce will better as


Induction programme for 35 newly recruited Social Security Officers

Induction programme for 35 newly recruited Social Security Officers
Date:January 23, 2020|Domain:Civil Service

GIS – 23 January, 2020: ‘Training is a continued process that involves both learning and unlearning so that one can adapt to the changing technology and needs of our society and country. Government is fully committed to investing in the training of


Management Information System for an efficient and technologically responsive public sector

Management Information System for an efficient and technologically responsive public sector
Date:January 21, 2020|Domain:Civil Service

GIS - 21 January, 2020: A two-day training programme on the Management Information System (MIS) to prepare the Public Sector towards efficiency, resilience and technologically responsive, opened this morning at the Intercontinental Hotel in Balaclav


Public Service Excellence Award Edition 2019: Call for participation now open

Public Service Excellence Award Edition 2019: Call for participation now open
Date:January 17, 2020|Domain:Civil Service

GIS – 17 January, 2020: The call for participation in the Public Service Excellence Award (PSEA) Edition 2019 is now open. The theme chosen for this edition is “Citizen-centric Public Service to accelerate socio-economic development". In this


President’s 2019 Christmas Message to the Nation

President’s 2019 Christmas Message to the Nation
Date:December 26, 2019|Domain:Civil Service

​GIS – 26 December 2019: In his Christmas message to the Nation, yesterday, the President of the Republic of Mauritius, Mr Prithvirajsing Roopun, appealed for each and everyone to join hands and work together to consolidate unity at all levels, from


Civil Service Kermesse: Minister Hurdoyal expresses satisfaction with regard to progress of work

Civil Service Kermesse: Minister Hurdoyal expresses satisfaction with regard to progress of work
Date:December 13, 2019|Domain:Civil Service

​GIS - 13 December, 2019: The Minister of Public Service, Administrative and Institutional Reforms, Mr Teeruthraj Hurdoyal, conducted yesterday, a site visit at the Gymkhana Grounds, Vacoas, to take stock of work in progress in the context of the fo


Public procurement Focus on new standards

Public procurement Focus on new standards
Date:December 10, 2019|Domain:Civil Service--International Relations

GIS – 10 December, 2019: A Lead Procurement Specialist, Mr Bernard Abeillé, is currently in Mauritius to help the Central Procurement Board (CPB) reach new heights in terms of standards, with focus on values such as transparency, fairness, integrity