Restructuring the Department of Health: the separation of policy and execution.
|dc.contributor.author||Department of Health (DoH)|
|dc.contributor.author||Department of Public Service.|
|dc.identifier.citation||Department of Health, Department of Public Service. 1973. Restructuring the Department of Health: the separation of policy and execution. Dublin: Department of Health.||en|
|dc.description||In May 1972, the Government decided to restructure the Department of, Health and its public bodies on the lines of the "Aireacht Executive Unit " and related 'Concepts as proposed in the report of the Public Services Organisation Review Group. The Government wished this restructuring to· be part of an experiment, involving a number of Government Departments, which would test the practical feasibility of restructuring all Departments on "Aireacht/Executive Unit lines. A Task Force, representative of the proposed Department of the Public Service and the Department of Health, was established in September, 1972, to examine the problems involved in setting up the experiment; to recommend to the Government the appropriate structural and organisational arrangements; and to supervise the implementation of the scheme if and when it is accepted by the Government.||en|
|dc.subject||HEALTH SERVICES AND THEIR MANAGEMENT||en|
|dc.title||Restructuring the Department of Health: the separation of policy and execution.||en|