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  2. Australian Public Service - Wikipedia

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    The Australian public service was established at Federation of Australia on 1 January 1901. The departments established on that date were Attorney-General's, Defence, External Affairs, Home Affairs, Trade and Customs, Postmaster-General's, and Treasury.

  3. Public Service of Canada - Wikipedia

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    However, the Public Service Commission under the terms of the Public Service Employment Act, can establish priority groups for appointment, such as veterans, Canadian citizens, and permanent residents, or can create programs to promote the opportunities for equity-seeking groups (e.g. women, Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities) in the ...

  4. Civil service - Wikipedia

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    The civil service of Ireland includes the employees of the Departments of State (excluded are government ministers and a small number of paid political advisors) as well as a small number of core state agencies such as the Office of the Revenue Commissioners, the Office of Public Works, and the Public Appointments Service. The organisation of ...

  5. Public sector organisations in New Zealand - Wikipedia

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    Te Kawa Mataaho Public Service Commission list of organisations of the State sector; State-Owned Enterprises Act 1986 at the www.legislation.govt.nz site (as consolidated and amended) Bilingual titles of public and private sector organisations at the Māori Language Commission Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori site

  6. Health Sciences Authority - Wikipedia

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    The Blood Services Group is the national blood service of Singapore and is responsible for the adequacy and safety of the country's blood supply. It runs the Bloodbank@HSA in Outram, as well as three satellite blood banks – Bloodbank@Woodlands, Bloodbank@DhobyGhaut and Bloodbank@WestgateTower – which collects, processes, tests and ...

  7. LGBT rights in Singapore - Wikipedia

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    Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people in Singapore face challenges not faced by non-LGBT people.Same-sex sexual activity between males is illegal, even if it is consensual and takes place in private, and the Attorney-General of Singapore has declared that prosecutions under Section 377A occasionally still occur, although sources state that the law is not well enforced.