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Oxford University: Service and Canada Scores

oxford university: The annual ranking, done as part of a collaboration between researchers at Oxford University and an independent British charity, scores a country's civil service on a variety of measures, according to Metro News. The organization found that Canada's public servants are well trained, do their job efficiently and represent the country well. The International Civil Service Effectiveness index published its findings last week, rating the strengths and weaknesses of the public servants of dozens of countries around the world. Canada scores well across most metrics, suggesting its civil service has a good representation of women, ethnic and religious groups relative to other countries, read the report. It doesn't surprise me that we have a high-performing public service, because it's filled with diverse, intelligent people, she said. Debi Daviau, president of the Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada, said it's a nice compliment, but not a shock. ( As reported in the news.