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  1. Howlin announces Legislative Changes to Industrial Relations in the Public Service. Issued 29 October 2014 Brendan Howlin, TD, Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform today secured the agreement of his Cabinet Colleagues to legislative amendments in relation to the conduct of …
  2. Howlin welcomes Public Service Recruitment Issued 20 October 2014 Recruitment for over 550 graduate and entry level Public Service positions is now underway Brendan Howlin, TD, Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform today, 20 October …
  3. Ministers Noonan and Howlin Introduce #budget15 Issued 13 October 2014 Ministers Noonan and Howlin introduce the 2015 Budget.
  4. Howlin announces new requirements for Grant Funding Issued 6 October 2014 Brendan Howlin, TD, Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, has announced new and updated requirements for the management of grant funding provided from public money. The …
  5. Minister Howlin’s Freedom of Information Bill clears all Stages in the Oireachtas Issued 2 October 2014 Today, Thursday 2 October 2014, the Freedom of Information Bill 2013 completed its passage to the Houses of the Oireachtas. The Bill will now be forwarded immediately to …
  6. End of Quarter 3 Exchequer Returns Evidence of Improving Economic Conditions Issued 2 October 2014 Minister for Finance Michael Noonan and Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin today published the Exchequer Statement up to the end of Q3 2014. The …
  7. Howlin Announces Revised Model for Ministerial Appointments to State Boards Issued 30 September 2014 Building on the Government’s Decision of 2011 which established an open process operated by the Public Appointment Service inviting expressions of interest for membership …
  8. The Curtains are Up – Pre-Budget Meetings Issued 22 September 2014 In little over 3 short weeks, on 14 October 2014, the Budget and Expenditure Report for 2015 will be delivered by Michael Noonan and myself. Preparations for this day began …
  9. Launch of Public Consultation on Largest Repeal of Legal Instruments and Orders in Irish History Issued 22 September 2014 The Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Mr Brendan Howlin T.D. has announced his intention to revoke approximately 4,500 pre-independence Government regulations and …
  10. Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Brendan Howlin, T.D. welcomes CSO figures Issued 18 September 2014 “Today’s national account figures which suggest that Irish GDP grew by 7.7% in the year to June and Irish GNP by 9% represent a remarkable turnaround in the performance …
  11. Brendan Howlin, TD, Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform visits the OECD Issued 12 September 2014 Brendan Howlin, TD, Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform is in Paris today to engage with representatives of the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development, …
  12. Minister Howlin launches Public Consultation on Public Service Data-Sharing and Governance Issued 1 August 2014 The Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Brendan Howlin, T.D., today called for the public and interested parties to make submissions to him on the important issue of …
  13. Creating Confidence in Data Sharing Issued 1 August 2014 Discussion about greater data-sharing between public agencies does lead some people to worry about “Big Brother” and the “surveillance society”. Fortunately, in …
  14. Minister Howlin launches Public Consultation on the Comprehensive Review of Expenditure Issued 23 July 2014 The Minister for Public Expenditure & Reform, Mr Brendan Howlin T.D., today launched a public consultation process on the second Comprehensive Review of …
  15. Minister Brendan Howlin TD, publishes Ireland’s first Open Government Partnership National Action Plan Issued 23 July 2014 Mr Brendan Howlin, TD, Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform today (23 July 2014) published Ireland’s first Open Government Partnership (OGP) National Action …
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