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Civil Service Week 2021

Shelly-Ann Weeks
Shelly-Ann Weeks

Corporate Comm. & Public Relations

Civil Service Week 2021: Schedule

Civil Service Week was established in 1992, under the auspices of the Jamaica Civil Service Association and via a proclamation by his Excellency, the Governor General, Sir Howard Cook, the third week in November each year is designated for this event.

This year Civil Service Week is observed Nov 21-26.

The celebration is geared toward highlighting the worth and work of outstanding Civil Servants who have given excellent service to Central Government and to the country on a whole.

What’s Happening 

Nov 21, 2021 – Church Service

Nov 23, 2021 – Public Forum

Nov 24, 2021 – Long Service Awards, Supplement Published in the newspapers

Nov 26, 2021 – Civil Servant of the Year Award

Nov 26, 2021 – JIS Link – Zoom Party

Streamed LIVE on:  MOFPS Facebook  |  Twitter  |  YouTube  |  Instagram  |  also on JIS Social Media

Event flyer below (click for larger view):

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