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The Cabinet Office announces transfers of Permanent Secretaries
By The Cabinet Office of The Bahamas
Jun 6, 2007 - 9:07:50 PM

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The Cabinet Office announced today, for public information, that the following transfers of Permanent Secretaries took effect on 1 June, 2007:

Mr. Creswell Sturrup, Permanent Secretary in the former Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, has been transferred as Permanent Secretary in the Cabinet Office, 1st Floor Churchill Building, Rawson Square, P.O. Box N-7147, Nassau, The Bahamas, Telephone: 322-3220/8, Fax: 328-8294.

Mrs. Thelma Beneby, Permanent Secretary in the former Ministry of Works and Immigration, has been transferred as Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Labour, 2nd Floor Post Office Building, East Hill Street, P.O. Box N-3008, Nassau, The Bahamas, Telephone: 323-7814/5, Fax: 325-1920.

Mrs. Leila Greene, Permanent Secretary in the former Ministry of Youth, Sports and Housing, has been transferred as Permanent Secretary in the Office of the Attorney General and Ministry of Legal Affairs, 7th Floor Post Building, East Hill Street, P.O. Box N-3007, Nassau, The Bahamas, Telephone: 322-1141/4 or 502-0400, Fax: 356-4179.

Dr. Patricia Rodgers, currently on leave from her position as Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, has been transferred temporarily as Permanent Secretary in the Cabinet Office, 1st Floor Churchill Building, Rawson Square, P.O. Box N-7147, Nassau, The Bahamas, Telephone: 322-3220/8, Fax: 328-8294.

Mr. Archie Nairn, Permanent Secretary in the former Ministry of Transport and Aviation, has been transferred as Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Tourism and Aviation, Bolam Building, George Street, P.O. Box N-3701, Nassau, The Bahamas, Telephone: 322-7500 or 302-2000, Fax: 302-2098.

Mrs. A. Missouri Sherman-Peter, Permanent Secretary in the Cabinet Office, has been transferred as Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of National Security, 3rd Floor Churchill Building, Rawson Square, P.O. Box N-3217, Nassau, The Bahamas, Telephone: 356-6792/3 or 356-4400/3, Fax: 356-6087.

Mrs. Jacqueline Murray, Permanent Secretary in the Office of the Attorney General and Ministry of Legal Affairs, has been transferred temporarily as Permanent Secretary in the Cabinet Office, 1st Floor, Churchill Building, Rawson Square, P.O. Box N-7147, Nassau, The Bahamas, Telephone: 322-3220/8, Fax: 328-8294.

Mr. Colin Higgs, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Tourism and Aviation, has been transferred as Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Public Works and Transport, John F. Kennedy Drive, P.O. Box N-8156, Nassau, The Bahamas, Telephone: 322-4830/1, Fax: 326-7344.

Mrs. Barbara Burrows, Permanent Secretary in the former Ministry of Social Services and Community Development, has been transferred as Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Health and Social Development, Meeting and Augusta Streets, P.O. Box N-3730, Nassau, The Bahamas, Telephone: 504-4700, Fax: 325-5421.

Mrs. Elma Garraway, Permanent Secretary in the former Ministry of Health, National Insurance and Public Information, has been transferred as Permanent Secretary in the, Ministry of Education, Youth, Sports and Culture, Thompson Boulevard, P.O. Box N-3913/14, Nassau, The Bahamas, Telephone: 322-8140 or 502-2700/4, Fax: 328-8970.

Ms. Camille Johnson, Permanent Secretary in the former Ministry of Utilities and the Environment, has been transferred as Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Housing and National Insurance, Claughton House, Charlotte Street, P.O. Box N-4849, Nassau, The Bahamas, Telephone: 322-6027, Fax: 322-6064.

Ms. Sheila Carey, Permanent Secretary in the former Ministry of Labour and Financial Services, has been transferred as Permanent Secretary in the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister and Ministry of Foreign Affairs, East Hill Street, P.O. Box N-3746, Nassau, The Bahamas, Telephone: 322-7624/5 or 302-9300/1, Fax: 328-8212.

Mr. Harrison Thompson, Permanent Secretary in the former Ministry of Local Government and Consumer Affairs, has been transferred as Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Lands and Local Government, Manx Building, West Bay Street, P.O. Box N-3040, Nassau, The Bahamas, Telephone: 328-2700/5, Fax: 328-1324.

Note is to also be taken of the following assignments of Permanent Secretaries:

Mr. Ronald Thompson, Permanent Secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister, Sir Cecil Wallace Whitfield Building, Cable Beach, P.O. Box CB-10980, Nassau, The Bahamas, Telephone: 327-5826/9, Fax: 327-5806.

Mrs. Irene Stubbs, Permanent Secretary in the former Ministry of the Public Service now the Department of Public Service, Poincianna Hill, Meeting Street, P.O. Box N-3915, Nassau, The Bahamas, Telephone: 502-7200, Fax: 326-6929.

Mrs. Helen Ebong, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Finance, Sir Cecil Wallace Whitfield Centre, Cable Beach, P.O. Box N-3017, Nassau, The Bahamas, Telephone: 327-1530, Fax: 327-1620.

Mrs. Colleen Nottage, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture and Marine Resources, Levy Building, East Bay Street, P. O. Box N-3028, Nassau, The Bahamas, Telephone: 325-7502/9, Fax: 322-1767.






CABINET OFFICE
6 June, 2007


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