EY advises government to split Department of Justice
A review was set up to assess the pace of reforms in the Department in the wake of the watershed 2014 Toland report, which was highly critical of its prevailing management culture
Splitting the Department of Justice into two portfolios is “crucial” and must be prioritised , according to an Ernst & Young (EY) report submitted to the government last month.
The review was set up to assess the pace of reforms in the Department in the wake of the watershed 2014 Toland report, which was highly critical of its prevailing management culture.
The EY study notes that, since 2015, internal and external recommendations to restructure the...
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