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5Feb, 2020

How to Track Public Investment Programmes

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The project material, recently published by Minister Paschal Donohoe TD, makes it possible for the public to track how infrastructure projects are progressing . The material also allows taxpayers to ascertain if they are getting [...]

3Feb, 2020

Please Don’t Judge me!

By |February 3rd, 2020|Categories: News|Comments Off on Please Don’t Judge me!

I’m ready to talk! Believe me I don’t want to be like this. I know how it looks. I’m odd, right? I barely say hi, I’m disconnected and seem very unfriendly. But you know what, [...]

20Jan, 2020

Organisations Must Reinvent Themselves With A Human Focus

By |January 20th, 2020|Categories: News|Comments Off on Organisations Must Reinvent Themselves With A Human Focus

Organisations are operating in a world where technological, economic and social change are driving the future of work, which is radically transforming the workplace. To help identify and manage this change, we facilitate an annual [...]

17Dec, 2019

The new Public Spending Code: Guide to Evaluating, Planning and Managing Public Investment in Ireland

By |December 17th, 2019|Categories: News|Comments Off on The new Public Spending Code: Guide to Evaluating, Planning and Managing Public Investment in Ireland

An updated version of the Public Spending Code has been published by the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform. It has been designed to strengthen the existing Code to better reflect the realities of project [...]

27Nov, 2019

Legislative Reform Process differs in Ireland from that of the USA

By |November 27th, 2019|Categories: News|Comments Off on Legislative Reform Process differs in Ireland from that of the USA

Ireland and the USA adopt different approaches to the review and repeal of outdated legislation. In Ireland, the tidying of the Statute Book has been approached through a series of Statute Law Revision Acts. In [...]

18Oct, 2019

Bank Bailout costs State nearly €42 billion

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The bill for bailing out the Irish Banks has reached nearly €42 billion. The Office of the Controller and Auditor General (C&AG) published the estimate in the ‘Report of the Public Services 2018’. Earlier estimates [...]