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  2. Public Service Commission (Singapore) - Wikipedia

    The Public Service Commission ( PSC) has a constitutional role to appoint, confirm, promote, transfer, dismiss and exercise disciplinary control over public officers in Singapore. It is constituted under Part IX of the Constitution of Singapore . The PSC also retains two key non-constitutional roles.

  3. Category:Members of the Public Service Commission (Singapore)

    Help Category:Members of the Public Service Commission (Singapore) Pages in category "Members of the Public Service Commission (Singapore)" The following 5 pages are in this category, out of 5 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ( learn more ). C Alan Chan Chua Sock Koong J Philip Jeyaretnam K Lily Kong S Rex Shelley

  4. Public Service Commission - Wikipedia

    Public Service Commission may refer to: Public utilities commission. Public Service Commission (Indiana) Public Service Commission of Utah. Public Utilities Commission of Ohio. Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka. Public Utility Commission of Texas. Civil service commission. Australian Public Service Commission.

  5. Singapore Civil Service - Wikipedia

    The Singapore Civil Service are the set of civil servants working for the Government of Singapore. Many of its principles were inherited from the administrative system left by the British Civil Service, as Singapore is a former British colony.

  6. Organisation of the Government of Singapore - Wikipedia

    e. The Government of Singapore consists of several departments, known as ministries and statutory boards in Singapore. Ministries are led by a member of the Cabinet and deal with state matters that require direct political oversight. The member of the Cabinet heading the ministry is known as the minister, who is supported by a junior minister ...

  7. Singapore - Wikipedia

    The PAP has ruled the country continuously since full internal self-government was achieved in 1959, with 83 out of 104 seats in Parliament as of the 2020 election, the rest of the seats being held by the Workers' Party (WP) and the Progress Singapore Party (PSP).

  8. Statutory boards of the Singapore Government - Wikipedia

    Competition Commission of Singapore (CCS), formed on 1 January 2005 to enforce competition law. Renamed to Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (CCCS) on 1 April 2018 to reflect its new role in protecting consumer rights Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore (AVA), formed on 1 April 2000 to regulate food and veterinary issues.