Budget 2022 was published on Tuesday 12 October 2021
The report outlines how public procurement supported the national effort during the pandemic
The largest National Development Plan ever delivered in the history of the State
Statement by the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Michael McGrath TD on Budget 2022, 12 ...
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Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform
Minister of State with responsibility for Public Procurement and eGovernment,
Minister of State with responsibility for Communications and Circular Economy
Minister of State with responsibility for the Office of Public Works
Secretary General of the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform
Assistant Secretary of the Expenditure Policy and Reporting Division
Assistant Secretary of Labour Market and Enterprise Policy Division
Director of Expenditure Management, Structural Funds and Audit
Assistant Secretary of the Public Service Pay and Pensions Division
Assistant Secretary of Civil Service Human Resources Division,
Chief Human Resources Officer
Government Chief Information Officer
Chief Procurement Officer
Principal Officer of the Human Resources Strategy Unit
Chief Operations Officer
Chief Medical Officer
Assistant Secretary of the Reform Division
To serve the public interest by supporting the delivery of well-managed, well-targeted and sustainable public spending through modernised, effective and accountable public services.
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