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Conduct and Discipline

An honest and clean Civil Service is vital to maintaining public trust in and support for the Government. The Administration is firmly committed to upholding a high standard of integrity and conduct within the Civil Service.

The Government has a set of shared core values which managers at all levels are expected to transmit, nourish and reinforce through leadership and personal example. These shared values can be summed up as follows:

(a) commitment to the rule of law;
(b) honesty and integrity;
(c) objectivity and impartiality;
(d) political neutrality;
(e) accountability for decisions and actions; and
(f) dedication, professionalism and diligence.

I General principles

II Subjects Relating to Conduct Matters

III Useful reference

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