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NHRDC presents public sector revamp report to Speaker


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The National Human Resource Development Council (NHRDC) and the Organisation of Professional Associations (OPA) organised a seminar on Tuesday at the OPA, to discuss a report developed by NHRDC on new ways of working in the public sector. The report covers several critical areas and offers solutions that can help to transform the public sector and the Government. NHRDC Chairman Dinesh Weerakkody presented the report to Speaker Karu Jayasuriya, and OPA President Lalith Wijetunge presented a revised version prepared by the OPA. The session concluded with a panel discussion, where it was emphasised that the proposed recommendations need to be implemented, if we are to improve the productivity of the public sector.

 


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