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Annual Reports

The CPSA Annual Reports are produced in accordance with Section 19(1) of the Public Service Management (Recruitment and Appointments) Act 2004.

AR Cover 2016

2016 marked the Commission’s 12th full year in operation as regulator of recruitment and selection to positions in the Civil Service, An Garda Síochána, the Health Service Executive, the Health Information and Quality Authority and a number of other public service bodies.

One of the Commission’s key objectives is to engender a high level of confidence in public sector appointments processes. It is anxious that these processes exemplify the principles of probity, merit, best practice, fairness and transparency. The Commission is committed to ensuring that these core principles achieve the goal of attracting and selecting the strongest possible candidates, thus facilitating the delivery of efficient and effective public services.

 


 

AR Cover 2015

2015 marked the Commission’s 11th full year in operation as regulator of recruitment and selection to the Civil Service, An Garda Síochána, the Health Service Executive, the Health Information and Quality Authority and a number of other public service bodies.

The Commission is responsible for engendering trust and confidence in public sector appointments processes that exemplify the principles of probity, merit, transparency, impartiality, consistency and fairness. The Commission is committed to ensuring that these core principles achieve the goal of attracting and selecting the strongest possible candidates, thus facilitating the delivery of efficient and effective public services. (Further reading...)

 


 

2014 Annual Report

2014 marked the Commission’s tenth full year in operation as regulator of recruitment and selection to the Civil Service, An Garda Síochána, the Health Service Executive, the Health Information and Quality Authority and a number of other public service bodies.

The Commission is responsible for engendering trust and confidence in public sector appointments processes that exemplify the principles of probity, merit, transparency, impartiality, consistency and fairness. The Commission is committed to ensuring that these core principles are not mere ends in themselves but the means to achieving the greater goal of attracting and selecting the strongest possible candidates, thus facilitating the delivery of most efficient and effective public services. (Further reading...)

 


 

2013 Annual Report

2013 marked the Commission’s ninth full year in operation as regulator of recruitment and selection to the Civil Service, An Garda Síochána, the Health Service Executive, the Health Information and Quality Authority and a number of other public service bodies.

The Commission is responsible for engendering trust and confidence in public sector appointments processes that exemplify the principles of probity, merit, transparency, impartiality, consistency and fairness. The Commission is committed to ensuring that these core principles are not mere ends in themselves but the means to achieving the greater goal of attracting and selecting the strongest possible candidates, thus facilitating the delivery of most efficient and effective public services. (Further reading...)