Business migration fitting the bill

Government services decentralisation has generated considerable controversy in recent years, but obscures the fact that a previous generation of agency and function migrations from Dublin have been very successful over time.

2nd April, 2011

Government services decentralisation has generated considerable controversy in recent years, but obscures the fact that a previous generation of agency and function migrations from Dublin have been very successful over time. A very good example are the Financial Shared Services (FSS) operations of the Department of Justice and associated agencies.

The finance division was relocated to Killarney in 1990 and formed the core of what became the FSS in 2002.

Today, the FSS employs 186 fulltime staff,...

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