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Derrick Binns, Head of the Public Service (File photograph)

Five civil service permanent secretaries have been reassigned to new posts, the head of the public service announced today.

Derrick Binns said: “The swearing in of new Cabinet ministers is an opportunity to revisit the assignments of the senior-most officers in the public service.

“These reassignments are opportunities for the permanent secretaries and acting permanent secretaries to continue to provide outstanding service to the people of Bermuda while at the same time developing and shaping the public service.”

Dr Jennifer Attride-Stirling becomes permanent secretary in the Ministry of Community Affairs and Sports.

Aideen Ratteray Pryse assumes the post of chief strategy officer in the Ministry of Health.

Chris Farrow is the new permanent secretary in the Ministry of Social Development and Seniors.

Jasmin Smith becomes acting permanent secretary in the Ministry of Transport.

Gina Hurst-Maybury is the new acting permanent secretary in the Ministry of Legal Affairs and Constitutional Reform.

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Published October 14, 2020 at 10:27 am (Updated October 14, 2020 at 4:26 pm)

Permanent secretary posts shuffled

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