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# Public Expenditure and Reform

All time
It's his baby, so where on earth is Paschal Donohoe on the PSC?
Pretty soon you're going to need this card to do a whole load of important things in Ireland - but why?
Irish people say what they really think about civil servants
These are the government departments with the highest rates of absenteeism
Opinion: The Irish civil service is a genuine success story – other countries should follow our model
Tom Geraghty
The ten commandments for a better civil service
Brendan Howlin grilled on the housing crisis and cuts to public services
Minister Brendan Howlin describes increased FOI fee as a "token charge"
Cutting €1bn in public pay will shave up to 0.5% off GDP - ESRI
Half of proceeds from State assets sale must pay down debt - Troika
Calls for independent student grant appeals system
Ombudsman's role to be extended as Oireachtas approves reform bill
New chairman of Finance Committee 'determined to get stuck in from day one'
Civil service pay rises to be linked with stricter performance reviews
86 per cent of Irish people believe corruption is a major problem
New Bill overhauls thousands of obsolete laws passed before independence
Central Bank Governor questioned over repayment of the Anglo promissory note
Who has the civil service employed this year?
Over €2 million being spent on payslips described as 'shameful'
New bailout deal saves Ireland €900m a year - Noonan