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# Department of Public Expenditure and Reform

Last year
Taoiseach defends Paschal Donohoe as minister due to make Dáil statement on undeclared donations
All time
Public sector pay talks run to 3am but no deal reached
Freedom of Information Act to be reviewed by government
Harris says it's 'important' Oireachtas gets opportunity to scrutinise salary hike for new Dept of Health Sec Gen
Senior civil servant said media outlets had 'agenda' against the Public Services Card
Top civil servant not attending committee is 'an affront to democracy'
Consultants blame government for staffing 'crisis' as report finds pay higher than UK levels
Opinion: The PSC could become the most expensive administrative error in the history of the State
Simon McGarr
Poll: Should civil servants be entitled to time off in order to deal with a marriage breakup?
Stopped welfare payments and getting a passport abroad - the Irish haven't been shy complaining about the PSC
New rules mean top jobs in Irish civil service must go to women
Howlin wants to know what you think about public bodies sharing data
This top civil servant wants to talk about making it easier to sack public sector workers
Garda bodies launch High Court challenge to sick pay changes
Cigarettes and lots of debt: 7 things in Budget 2014 that you may have missed
IN FULL: Brendan Howlin's Budget 2014 speech
The Minister who 'couldn't be bothered' with Twitter is doing a Budget Q&A on Twitter
The long weekend: Finance staff in the office today and tomorrow as Budget finalised
How does the government spend your taxes? This TD can tell you
Ombudsman's Office will have to wait "a few weeks" to sign off on "a small number of cases"
Want to work in the civil service? New jobs being advertised from today
Government acknowledges section of new FOI bill 'may cause difficulties'
Taoiseach won't say if record-keeping methods have changed in his department
Cabinet papers from 2008 set to become available
Howlin: 'Many an important economic issue resolved over a mug of tea'
HSE fails to submit €74 million worth of consultant claims
Croke Park II will cut nurses wages by 11.1pc, not 1.7pc - INMO
Government shrugs off EU fears to proceeds with public job cuts
Exchequer deficit reduced by €10bn in 2012 to €14.9bn
Budget 2013 to be held over one day, after Labour's "serious political miscalculation"
Government launches performance measure website
Latest figures show government's tax income ahead of target
Over €7m spent on consultants since government took office
Brendan Howlin publishes 'report cards' on all departments
Teachers angry as allowances suspended
Cost of public sector pay rises to be halved this year – Howlin
Here’s how much the Government spent on legal fees last year...
Civil servant Sean Gorman retires with €634,088 package
Brendan Howlin: No guarantees on public sector pay cuts
Find 20 per cent in government spending cuts, ministers ordered