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Department of Justice brings in British experts to overhaul its ‘silo culture’

The Department of Justice has hired British experts to get its staff to work better together as part of a €3.5 million overhaul

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
20th October, 2019
Kevin Toland

The Department of Justice has hired British experts to get its staff to work better together as part of a €3.5 million overhaul.

It was subjected to unprecedented criticism in a review headed by Kevin Toland, which found a “closed, secretive, silo-driven culture” at the department with “significant leadership and management problems”.

The department has featured in a series of policing scandals which led to the resignation of two Ministers for...

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