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Civil Service Code

Cabinet Office, November 2010


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Resource information:
Resource IDcocsc2010
Resource titleCivil Service Code
Author/sourceCabinet Office
Date publishedNovember 2010
Summary text/ abstractThe statutory basis for the management of the Civil Service is set out in Part 1 of the Constitutional Reform and Governance Act 2010. The Civil Service is an integral and key part of the government of the United Kingdom. It supports the Government of the day in developing and implementing its policies, and in delivering public services. Civil servants are accountable to Ministers, who in turn are accountable to Parliament. As a civil servant, you are appointed on merit on the basis of fair and open competition and are expected to carry out your role with dedication and a commitment to the Civil Service and its core values: integrity, honesty, objectivity and impartiality.
Library categoriesDirect Action & Protest, Politics, UK Government
Added to Free Range Library17/07/2014
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