Employment of [redacted] (FOI)
Employment of [redacted] (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by Government of Jersey and published on 17 January 2023.
Prepared internally, no external costs.
For 2020, 2021 and 2022, please kindly provide details of work undertaken by [redacted] for the Government, broken down by project and costs.
Please separately detail any expenses incurred as a result of this/these project(s).
In each instance, please advise who made the appointment, and whether the role advertised/project was put out for tender.
In addition to [redacted], please also provide a full breakdown of any other individual(s)/companies recruited to advise/work on the Resilience Strategy, including names, who appointed them, dates of engagement and the costs of each for the same time period.
Which civil servant has responsibility for the island's Emergency Planning/Resilience Strategy, and who currently holds political responsibility for this project?
For 2020, 2021 and 2022, [redacted] has not been commissioned to complete work for the Government of Jersey.
No individual (s) / companies have been recruited to advise/work on the Resilience Strategy.
The Emergency Planning Officer is a legally appointed position (Emergency Powers and Planning Law 1990). The Justice and Home Affairs Chief Officer carries the portfolio for Emergency Planning, which currently sits within the Fire and Rescue Service. The Justice and Home Affairs Chief Officer reports to the Minister for Home Affairs.