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The partnership pension account is a defined contribution scheme, provided as an alternative option for members who do not wish to join or remain in the main NICS pension schemes.

Published 07 November 2018Notices

The purpose of this EPN is to inform employers that the eligibility for the partnership pension account will be expanded to all active members of the Northern Ireland Civil Service (NICS) pension schemes, including members of the classic or classic plus arrangements, with effe

Published 06 November 2018Notices

This is your guide to the range of benefits to which you may be entitled as a member of classic.

Published 06 November 2018Guidance literature

Effective Pension Age (EPA) - Option to Buy Application Form - alpha - October 2018

Published 26 October 2018Forms

Effective Pension Age (EPA ) - Option Cancellation Form - alpha (to cancel payments)

Published 26 October 2018Forms

This section contains precedents to help you to prepare applications for registration in the Land Registry. It is aimed primarily at those who undertake registered conveyancing, such as solicitors and mortgage lenders.

Published 25 October 2018Forms

Civil Service Pensions (CSP) has issued Pension Savings Statements to those of you who have been identified as breaching the Annual Allowance in 2017/18, which is £40,000.

Published 24 October 2018Notices

This screening document assesses the Equality Impact of a project, within Land & Property Services, to centralise the post handling process within Lanyon Plaza.

Published 12 October 2018Impact assessments

This screening document will help to advise on whether a full Equality Impact assessment needs to be carried out on a new policy document, The Disposal of Public Sector Property, that is due to be released by the Land & Property Services (LPS) Central A

Published 10 October 2018Impact assessments

The purpose of this Procurement Guidance Note (PGN) is to explain how the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which applies to any public body or private organisation processing personal data, will affect commercial arrangements (contracts), between Departments and t

Published 02 October 2018Guidance literature

In this section view the User Protocol guidance and Account Setup Form for users of the arrangement for supply of biomass fuel. 

Published 02 October 2018Contract management

Civil Service Pensions (CSP) will be issuing Pension Savings Statements to those of you who have been identified as breaching the Annual Allowance in 2017/18, which is £40,000.

Published 26 September 2018Notices

The purpose of this EPN is to provide employers with information on the issue of Pension Savings Statements to members of the Northern Ireland Civil Service (NICS) pension schemes who may incur a tax charge.

Published 26 September 2018Notices

This section provides communications issued in relation to the NICS/CSO Voluntary Exit Scheme: Substantive Grade 6 Senior Principal Legal Officers (Civil) and Senior Legal Assistants.

Published 26 September 2018Guidance literature

NICS People Strategy 2018 - 21

Published 26 September 2018Development plan/framework

This page provides the Public Income and Expenditure Accounts of Northern Ireland. These are subject to audit and where applicable laid before the NI Assembly.

Published 25 September 2018Guidance literature

A comprehensive guide to your Pension Savings Statement 

Published 25 September 2018Guidance literature

The Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) documents and defines the services provided by Account NI to Departments (and their sponsored bodies) and the standards expected.

Published 17 September 2018Contract management

Group Internal Audit and Fraud Investigation Service are committed to protecting your privacy when you use our services. The privacy information provided below explains how GIAFIS uses information about you and the ways in which we will safeguard your data.

Published 17 September 2018Legislation and regulations

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