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  • Subjects (based on headings added by the Dáil record): Departmental Expenditure, Social Welfare Benefits, Grant Payments, Tax Code, Decentralisation Programme

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Select Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform, and Taoiseach: Estimates for Public Services 2018
Estimates for Public Services 2018
Votes 11 - Public Expenditure and Reform (Revised)
Vote 12 - Superannuation and Retired Allowances (Revised)
Vote 14 - State Laboratory (Revised)
Vote 15 - Secret Service (Revised)
Vote 17 - Public Appointments Service (Revised)
Vote 18 - National Shared Services Office (Revised)
Vote 19 - Office of the Ombudsman (Revised)
Vote 39 - Office of Government Procurement (Revised)
(22 Feb 2018)

“I have a couple of points. The legal fees for the Standards in Public Office Commission, SIPO, have increased. The increase this year will be in the order of 50%. Is there a common thread in the cases being taken? Is that why there is an increase of 50%? Is it a consequence of the implementation of new lobbying regulations?”

Select Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform, and Taoiseach: Estimates for Public Services 2018
Estimates for Public Services 2018
Votes 11 - Public Expenditure and Reform (Revised)
Vote 12 - Superannuation and Retired Allowances (Revised)
Vote 14 - State Laboratory (Revised)
Vote 15 - Secret Service (Revised)
Vote 17 - Public Appointments Service (Revised)
Vote 18 - National Shared Services Office (Revised)
Vote 19 - Office of the Ombudsman (Revised)
Vote 39 - Office of Government Procurement (Revised)
(22 Feb 2018)

“Eleven versus five. The Minister is anticipating an increase in legal fees, and that explains the matter. I have a question on lobbying activities. The brief indicates a figure of 9,000 lobbying returns per annum. How does the Minister determine whether individuals or groups report their lobbying activities accurately or correctly? How does SIPO determine that? What is its process?”

Select Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform, and Taoiseach: Estimates for Public Services 2018
Estimates for Public Services 2018
Votes 11 - Public Expenditure and Reform (Revised)
Vote 12 - Superannuation and Retired Allowances (Revised)
Vote 14 - State Laboratory (Revised)
Vote 15 - Secret Service (Revised)
Vote 17 - Public Appointments Service (Revised)
Vote 18 - National Shared Services Office (Revised)
Vote 19 - Office of the Ombudsman (Revised)
Vote 39 - Office of Government Procurement (Revised)
(22 Feb 2018)

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3. Directorships
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4. Land
(1) Rent from apartment in Carrigmore Crescent, Citywest; (2) Rent from holiday apartment in Sardinia.
5. Gifts
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6. Property and Service
Basement room for constituency clinic, Mr. Michael Clarke, Main St., Tramore, Co. Waterford.
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