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Upcoming Events

From Thu Jun 1 to Thu Jun 1

Thursday 1st June 2017, Starting at 9 am, Croke Park, Dublin

From Wed Apr 26 to Wed Apr 26

Wednesday 26th April 2017 14.00 – 16.30 At Maldron Hotel 98 - 107 Pearse Street, Dublin 2 Light Refreshments will be provided from 1.30 Agenda Women…

From Tue Feb 14 to Tue Feb 14

The final year of the implementation of the current three year Public Service Reform Plan came to an end in December 2016. Reform has been a central part of the response to the challenges of recent years. However, with the economy recovering, the context of reform has changed with austerity no longer the motivator. The motivation is now the enormous demands being made of the Exchequer from a variety of quarters. There are huge demands on the public service to improve the delivery of services: rising expectations of citizens, an ageing population, a demographic bulge impacting on school numbers to name a few. In 2016, the health service saw the highest level of investment by government. The challenge exists in how these resources are used to reconfigure services to meet these growing demands. Services must be made more effective for the citizens they serve, while improving productivity.

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