February 20, 2024

Cayman: DEH Statements on landfill fire/Esterley Tibbetts Highway Road Closure -[Update: Northbound lanes (& now Southbound lanes) temp re-opened]/Relaxed attendance policy for civil servants – Keep returning for updates!!!

From GIS 7:40PM Landfill Fire Update at 7pm on Monday, 9 March CAYMAN ISLANDS (GIS) – Landfill Fire Update at 7pm on Monday, 9 March 2020. The Cayman Islands Fire Service (CIFS) and Department of Environmental Health (DEH) and Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) remain on site at the George Town Landfill. The RCIPS confirmed this […]

Congrats to Cayman Islands graduates

An impressive group of 28 Civil Servants earned university-level qualifications last Thursday (1 November) amid cheers and accolades from family and friends at the University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI). This is the eighth group to graduate from the Civil Service College (CSC) which offers civil servants access to free-education, including university-level courses. Graduates […]

Cayman Islands government launches whistleblower hotline

As a vital step in implementation of the new Anti-Fraud Policy, the Cayman Islands Government has launched a whistleblower hotline, which will be located overseas and operated by the accounting firm KPMG. The service can be used by anyone in the Cayman Islands or overseas, as a platform to report any suspected fraudulent incidents or […]

44 projects in progress at one-year mark for Cayman Islands Project Future

With the first year of implementation for the Project Future programme behind them, the Cayman Islands Government published a report that outlines the progress achieved by Project Future projects since the first Update Report, in May 2016. While this five-year programme of public sector reform does not represent the totality of the Government’s work, as […]

The Cayman Islands’ Public Sector Pension Plans provide stable pensions

On 9th May 2016, the Cayman Compass published an article entitled “Possible 2024 ‘depletion’ of gov’t retirement fund.” The article discusses funding levels of pension plans administered by the Public Service Pensions Board (the PSPB), and the above-mentioned article concentrates on the Public Service Pensions Plan (the Plan), whose members include Civil Servants and employees […]

Cayman Islands Minister Archer responds to CICSA President Watler

Statement by the Honourable Minister for Finance & Economic Development on Co-Pay of Health Insurance Premiums by Civil Servants 6 May 2016 Madam Speaker, I would like to make a statement in response to the 3 May 2016 letter that was issued by Mr. James Watler, President of the Cayman Islands Civil Service Association (“CICSA”) […]

The Editor Speaks: Was the S155,000 for the EY Report money well spent?

If one were paying by page then ‘yes’ I would have to say, as the review of the Civil Service executed by Ernst & Young (EY) was over 260 pages long. The Report made 55 recommendations and it will be interesting just how many will actually be implemented. That will be the true judge if […]

Inaugural event- Cayman Islands Deputy Governor’s 5K challenge

Are you up to the challenge? Want to support your health and give back to the community – then please join the Deputy Governor Hon. Franz Manderson on 25 May 5, 2014 inagural event Deputy Governor’s 5k Challenge Start/ finish at Truman Bodden Sports Complex at Walkers 630am / Run 7am Charity: the New Hospice […]