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This section contains the DoF Minister's official response to PAC reports - MOR issued in 2016. The most recent publication is titled ‘The Northern Ireland Events Company’.
The Inefficiency Performance policy outlines the formal action to be taken to deal with employees’ unsatisfactory performance. This action is initiated when all informal action has exhausted in accordance with the performance management policy.
This Policy Screening form relates to a proposal by the Department of Finance to admit staff in the office of the Assembly Ombudsman for Northern Ireland and the Northern Ireland Commissioner for Complaints to the NICS pension arrangements.
This page contains a post project evaluation (PPE) template for expenditures up to £50k.
This page contains a post project evaluation (PPE) template for expenditures over £50k.
This section contains guidance setting out the requirements for departments to obtain prior DoF approval before making commitments or incurring expenditure.
This paper describes the background to the development of the standardised
Residential Property Price Index to be launched by Land & Property Services/Northern Ireland Statistics & Research Agency (LPS/NISRA) in May 2016.
The purpose of this guidance note is to help staff in the public sector buy and safely manage their arrangements for providing freight and passenger services, including taxis and buses.
Find out about medical retirement.
Public Sector Reform Division (PSRD), based in the Department of Finance works collaboratively with other departments and the wider public sector to support, influence, lead and enable reform across the public sector. This report provides an overview of PSRD’s key s
Information on the DoF Minister's overseas travel for the period April 2015 to September 2015.
Minutes from the Information Management Committee (IMC) which is chaired by Central Information Management Team (CIMT) within DFP.
Land & Property Services, Valuation Client Services provide a broad range of valuation and advisory services exclusively for the public sector.
The in-year monitoring process provides a formal system for reviewing spending plans and priorities in each financial year in light of the most up to date position.
The in-year monitoring process provides a formal system for reviewing spending plans and priorities in each financial year in light of the most up-to-date position.
Each UK government department and all devolved administrations have an obligation to provide Her Majesty's Treasury (HMT) with monthly outturn and forecast outturn information.
This policy screening form relates to the NICS Identity Assurance Strategy 2015, which supports the introduction of a new Identity Assurance (NIDA) process for online services. NIDA provides citizens with the capability to create an online account to access multiple gover
This newsletter contains important information and news about your Northern Ireland Civil Service (NICS) pension, including sections on things you may need to tell us about.
Employee Pension Notice