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All Department for the Economy staff (including consultants and contract staff) must declare any gifts or hospitality offered to them in relation to their official duties, whether accepted or declined, including the names of those making and receiving the offer.
Covid-19 and the latest restrictions are having an ever-developing and cumulative impact on the local economy.
All Department for the Economy staff must formally declare any potential conflicts of interest as soon as it is feasible to do so after they have identified them, in accordance with the NICS staff handbook. Conflicts of interest declarations require DfE staff to provide p
Equality screening for the "Delivery of additional financial support to HE students in Northern Ireland who have been impacted by Covid-19".
The Department for the Economy has issued a tender competition to deliver the Apprenticeshipsni 2021 programme. This page contains the Level 2 frameworks for the programme.
The Department for the Economy has issued a tender competition to deliver the Apprenticeshipsni 2021 programme. This page contains the Level 3 frameworks for the programme.
Equality screening of the Department for the Economy’s proposed Resource Departmental Expenditure Budget 2021/22 Internal Allocations.
Invest NI wishes to appoint a Chairperson and three Members to the Board of Northern Ireland Co-operation Overseas (NI-CO) from 1 September 2021 (Chairperson) and 1 October 2021 (board members).
The Higher Level Apprenticeship (HLA) in Northern Ireland (NI) bulletin covers provision of HLAs at level 4 and level 5 across the academic years 2017/18 to 2019/20.
This statistical bulletin presents a range of analysis regarding enrolments and students (both regulated and non-regulated) in the Northern Ireland further education (FE) sector covering academic years 2015/16 to 2019/20.
A privacy notice related to the Careers Advisory Forum (CAF).
The Student Support Regulations provide for support for students undertaking designated higher education courses.
The Regulations set out the rules for matters on:
Independent research to understand the implications of Covid-19 on accessibility to/from Northern Ireland given the region’s heavy reliance on air and sea access for trade, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and tourism.
The latest Electricity Consumption and Renewable Generation in Northern Ireland publication was published on 4 March 2021 and can be accessed at the link below.
This is a French translation of a European Social Fund case study featuring WOMEN'STEC
This is an Italian translation of a European Social Fund case study featuring Action on Hearing Loss.
A German translation of the European Social Fund case study featuring Action on Hearing Loss specialist employment programme.
This Economic Recovery Action Plan sets out a range of decisive actions to kick-start economic recovery in Northern Ireland and build a more competitive, inclusive and greener economy.
This document outlines the impact of the NI Executive's draft Budget for 2021/22 on the Department for the Economy's ability to progress its current portfolio of work to meet Programme for Government commitments.
This is the ninth in a regular series which will keep key stakeholders updated on progress with developing the new energy strategy.