Known for taking occasional swipes at his own bureaucracy, McKeeva has recently said that bureaucracy is hampering his efforts to get the country’s economy back on track, local media of this Britain-held island of western
Caribbean Sea, said. The premier described the bureaucracy as “silent, passive non-compliance” and a “dragging of feet” when people were opposed to government projects. He further said that bureaucracy has prevented the country from making positive progress.
Significantly, Caymanians have high standard of living as the country’s per capita GDP is 12th highest in the world. The economy of the country is based on tourism and indirect taxation, say import duties.
Of late, bureaucracy bashing has become a global fashion statement for many a global icon including prime ministers of
and Japan . UK
(In Picture: Premier McKeeva Bush with a Miss Cayman)
DoPT invites nominations for short training programme at
DoPT has invited nominations of mid to senior level Indian officers for attending a 4-day-long Singapore-Qatar Third Country Training Programme (TCTP) on “Managing Public Sector Performance for Excellence”. The programme will be conducted at the Asia-Middle East Dialogue (AME D) Regional Training Centre for Public Administration in
from Doha December 12 to 15, 2010. The last date of sending nomination is October 25, 2010.
For details, check the ACTUAL CIRCULAR, dated
September 14, 2010