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Departure of SCS
     The Secretary for the Civil Service, Mr Joshua Law, today (April 22) made the following statement on his departure: 

     I am honoured to have served as the Secretary for the Civil Service for nearly three years, during which I have had the chance to work with outstanding government colleagues to safeguard the core values of the civil service, and to overcome different challenges to draw up various initiatives under the civil service pay and welfare portfolios. Setting up Chinese medicine clinics for civil servants and putting a cap on the payroll cost of increments are noteworthy examples of these measures which benefited our civil servants. Meanwhile, the planning of the civil service college and the Disciplined Services Grade Structure Review are also in full swing.

     I would like to take this opportunity to thank each of the dedicated civil servants, stakeholders and those who all along have supported the civil service.

     With the rising public expectations of the Government, the civil service will continue to face different challenges. As such, the new Secretary for the Civil Service has a huge and important responsibility and I hope that civil servants will fully support him in this regard.
Ends/Wednesday, April 22, 2020
Issued at HKT 14:24
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