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Fiji Corrections Service Aims For Top Award Next Year

The Fiji Corrections Service is now aiming to win the Prime Minister’s Award in next year’s Public Service Excellence Awards This was the message relayed by Assistant Commissioner of Corrections,
05 Nov 2014 10:05
Fiji Corrections Service Aims For Top Award Next Year

The Fiji Corrections Service is now aiming to win the Prime Minister’s Award in next year’s Public Service Excellence Awards

This was the message relayed by Assistant Commissioner of Corrections, Superintendent Jo Kulidilo when the PM’s award trophy was taken to the Naboro Corrections.

He was speaking on behalf of the Commisioner, Lieutenant-Colonel Ifereimi Vasu.

Superintendent Kulidilo described the win as major achievement for FSC. He said it has set them a bechmark to work even harder to retain the top trophy next year.

“The huge win by the Fiji Corrections Service at the recent Service Excellence Awards has signified that standards have been set and needs to be maintained by the department,” he said.

Before the trophy was transferred to Suva Corrections Centre at Korovou, Superintendent Kulidilo told senior officers and staff members that if they continued with their hard work, the same trophy would revisit the next year.

“We have set the standards for the other Government departments and we have become the first department to ever achieve this award.”

The trophy was taken to Naboro Corrections facility straight after the win and will now spend a week at the Suva Corrections Centre before it would be taken to the remaining centres around the country.

In an earlier interview soon after receiving the award, an elated Commissioner of Prison, Lieutenant Colonel Iferemi Vasu said that the award was only possible through the concerted efforts of all of the Corrections families and their supporters.

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