PSC GETS A NEW COMMISSIONER

The Public Service Commission (PSC) has got a new Commissioner in the person of Madam Theresa Tenneh O'Niel. Madam O'Niel hails from the Bonthe district in the Southern Province of Sierra Leone, and will be replacing the Honorable Paramount Chief, Charles Caulker, who has just ended his tenure with diligent service and commitment to the reforms at the PSC. On the 5th May 2016, Madam O'Niel started her legislative Journey as presidential nominee by facing the Committee on Appointments and the Public Service, where she was interviewed and vetted on a number of issues ranging from integrity, public service ability and level of experience. Her appointment was later ratified in the well of parliament on the 10th May 2016. Within weeks, She was ceremoniously presented to H. E. the President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma at State House on Thursday, 26th May 2016, by the Chairman and Members of the Commission. An oath of office was administered to her as member of the Commission representing the southern region

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EU delegation visit to PSC

Subject:  Meeting between the Public Service Commission and staff of the EU delegation office and the National   Authorising Office

Date: 29/2/2016


The Public Service Commission on the 29th February, 2016 held discussions with staff of the European Union Delegation Office in Freetown and the National Authorising Office to indentify the objectives and priorities of the Commission, under the 11th EDF to achieve the goal of Pillar Seven "Good governance and Public Sector Reform" of the Agenda for Prosperity.