People doubt integrity of senior civil servants
Published 31/03/2011 | 05:00
Despite the fact that the Moriarty Report did not criticise civil servants involved in the evaluation process, it is still reasonable to deduce that their performances were considered unsatisfactory.
There are implications for the entire civil service in terms of professional integrity and credibility. At this stage the practices for appointment of senior civil servants at principal officer level and higher should be changed.
Brian Patrick McArdle
Newbridge, Co Kildare