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Values of civil Service and its Code


A new Civil Service Code was published on 6 June 2006. It makes clear that the Civil Service must be outwardЦfacing and meet the needs of the public who fund and use its services.

The new Code is the result of work between the Government and the Civil Service Commissioners, and a detailed consultation that elicited over 2,000 responses from civil servants across a broad range of grades, departments, disciplines and regions.

The code sets out the duties and responsibilities and the values that are common to all civil servants wherever they might work and whatever grade they are.

Civil Service Head Sir Gus O'Donnell said:

СOur traditional values of integrity, objectivity, impartiality and honesty are our bedrock. They are just as important today as when they were first developed and are essential to everything we do, whether it's policy, delivery or corporate services. They need to be expressed clearly in a way which is relevant to all our staff.

СWe need to ensure we live up to these values. And I want all civil servants to reflect some additional qualities in everything we do. These bring the dynamism needed to deliver 21st century public services. So as well as these traditional values, we need pace, pride, passion and professionalism.Т

It is about the high standards of behaviour expected from all civil servants. Importantly, it strengthens the framework for policing the Code by proposing that the Civil Service Commissioners can, if they choose, consider complaints about breaches of the Code. It shows that the Civil Service wants to make sure that it does all in its power to keep public confidence in its values and standards.

Yes, Minister

The new Code is designed to be useful guidance for real-life situations and to be much more user-friendly for all civil servants. It should also connect with civil servants so they are aware that it is an explicit part of their employment contract.

The code is just a beginning, not an end to the values of the civil service. The new code signals an outward-facing civil service, frequently delivering with and through others in the rest of the public sector, and with the voluntary and private sectors, all of whom are key partners.

The Code signals to the citizens who fund and use public services that civil servants know they expect the best from them and that it is the duty of every civil servant to strive to meet their expectations. In practice that means that civil servants must adhere to their traditional values, but recognise that on their own they are not enough to meet the new challenges.


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1) The code sets out the duties, responsibilities and values that are common to all civil servants.    
2) The Civil Service Commissioners consider complaints about breaches of the Code.    
3) Traditional values of integrity, objectivity, impartiality and honesty are not essential nowadays.    
4) Today Civil Servants live to new values.    
5) Civil Servants recognize that traditional values are not enough to meet the new challenges.    

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