TREASURY staff have been criticised for waiting a month to tell its board about the loss of the public’s data and correspondence at the cadastre.
Treasury Department news
CRITICAL failings of the States’ new computer system have been exposed after Treasury and Resources finally released the findings of a previously confidential review.
GUERNSEY’S final salary public sector pension scheme now has a deficit in excess of £500m. – a potential liability of nearly £12,000 for every taxpayer.
AN UPBEAT assessment of progress with the States Financial Transformation Programme has been made by the Treasury and Resources minister.
POLITICIANS are questioning whether any local contractors will be used to build the new Mental Health and Wellbeing Centre, as was promised.
TREASURY minister Gavin St Pier has apologised for his department’s poor communication over its desire to phase out mortgage interest relief, which he admitted had caused anxiety and distress.
HEALTH and Social Services’ reasoning for its £2.5m. overspend has been seriously questioned by the Treasury and Resources Department.
CAPITAL projects, such as the rebuilding of the La Mare de Carteret Schools, could be pushed back another year if Treasury proposals to delay the States prioritisation process are approved.
TREASURY and Resources has partially climbed down over plans to scrap mortgage interest relief after announcing that its board will not oppose an amendment removing it from the 2013 Budget.
AFTER an extended meeting of Treasury and Resources, its minister moved to try to mitigate the PR disaster that has overtaken the department’s desire to phase out mortgage interest relief. Unfortunately, T&R’s ‘clarification’ has made matters worse.