Ireland : towards an integrated public service
- Paris : OECD, 
- Copyright Date:
- Physical Description:
- 373 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm.
- Additional Creators:
- Curristine, Teresa, 1970- and Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
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- OECD public management reviews
- Main assessments and recommendations -- Fiscal and demographic developments -- The Irish public service -- Ensuring capacity -- Motivating performance -- Moving toward a citizen-centred approach -- Strengthening governance -- Reconfiguration of hospital services in the health sector -- Managing agencies -- Local waste management in the local government sector -- School planning in the education sector.
- The key public service reform challenge for Ireland going forward is for the different parts of the Irish Public Service to work cohesively together, with a more integrated approach at the national and local levels. This book provides an overview of the Irish Public Service, its fiscal and demographic context, and looks at capacity and motivation issues, improving service delivery, and strengthening governance. It also provides four case studies and a series of recommendations. --Publisher's description.
- 9789264043251 and 926404325X
- Written by Teresa Curristine et al. -- Foreword. and Also available in French under the title: Irlande.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 359-564).
- Other Forms:
- Available both in print and online.
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