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Recruitment begins for director of new Oireachtas budget office

Position will command salary of up to €143,000

23rd April, 2017
Fine Gael TD John Paul Phelan is the chair

A new parliamentary budget office will be set up in the coming weeks as part of long-awaited reforms to the annual budget process.

Leinster House authorities have confirmed that a recruitment process will begin within weeks for a director of the parliamentary budget office (PBO), a position which will command a salary of up to €143,000.

The office will be staffed by between 10 and 15 people some of whom will be recruited externally. It...

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