Conservation boss Al Morrison moves on as DOC undergoes ‘significant change’

Wed, 24 Apr 2013

April 24 (BusinessDesk) – Department of Conservation boss Al Morrison is leaving for a new role at the State Services Commission as the department prepares for “significant change.” Morrison will take up the role of Deputy Commissioner – Corporate Centre at the commission on Sept. 7, the central arm of the state bureaucracy said in a statement. Until then he will remain chief executive at DOC, which is “currently working on proposals for significant change,” Deputy State Services Commissioner Sandi Beatie said. The department last month ann...

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