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New book by the Commonwealth offers the inside track on public sector reforms


New book by the Commonwealth offers the inside track on public sector reforms in more than a dozen countries.

Drawing on the experiences of senior public servants from Trinidad and Tobago to Tonga, the book looks at how governments have achieved success and sought to overcome policy and management failures.

Entitled, Key Principles of Public Sector Reforms: Case Studies and Frameworks, the publication was launched on Wednesday 17 August at the Commonwealth Ministers for Public Service Forum in Putrajaya, Malaysia. Full Story

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