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  • ECF framework.

    PDFORRA according to the briefing notes have signed up. Does anyone know what the numbers in the notes means ? 9630 for PDF size and there is NO real mention of the RDF.
    "Are they trying to shoot down the other drone? "

    "No, they're trying to fly the tank"

  • #2
    Look in the briefing for the minister on page 14

    ECF (Employment control forum) in october 2010 agreed on 10000 PDF. However, Fianna Fail in its national recovery plan wanted 9600. The department of finance is looking for 9500.

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    • #3
      that was one of the things bugging me, I thought 10k was the agreed figure for PDF.
      "Are they trying to shoot down the other drone? "

      "No, they're trying to fly the tank"

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      • #4
        Going from the briefing to the minister it wll be 9600, with the Df trading bodies for equipment

        Quite a few barracks will go I suspect, possibly Galway and Cathal Bruagh, Clonmel and Kilkenny.
        Last edited by paul g; 12 April 2011, 22:17.

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        • #5
          Agreement was reached with the Department of Finance and official confirmation
          received, in October 20 I 0, on the Employment Control Framework (ECF) for the
          Defence Forces. The ECF is based on a figure of 10,000 all ranks Permanent Defence
          Force personnel appropriately configured across the Army, Naval Service and Air
          Corps to enable them to meet the roles assigned by Government.
          The military authorities are developing proposals for a re-organised Permanent
          Defence Force, consistent with the strength level outlined in the ECF. However, the
          National Recovery Plan was subsequently published and dec isions relating to the
          implementation of this plan will ultimately determ ine the revised strength level of the
          Permanent Defence Force.
          The National Recovery Plan 2011 -2014, provides for further reductions in the
          numbers in the Defence Organisation (see table be low). This will reduce the strength
          of the Permanent Defence Force to 9,600. The figures comprise Permanent Defence
          Force personnel, nurses, chaplains and civilian employees
          "Are they trying to shoot down the other drone? "

          "No, they're trying to fly the tank"

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          • #6
            The Public Service Agreement (Croke Park Agreement) on public service pay,
            pensions, jobs and transformation acknowledges the major process of change,
            modernisation and transformation which has been ongoing in the Defence
            Organisation since the 1990's.
            Both of the Defence Forces Representative Associations have adopted the Public
            Service Agreement 20ID - 2014. This Agreement had been rejected initially by
            Permanent Defence Force Other Ranks Representative Association (PDFORRA) but
            in a recent ballot, the members of PDFORRA voted overwhelmingly in favour of the
            Agreement. The Department and the Representative Association of Commissioned
            Officers (RACO) met with the Implementation Body for the first time on the 151
            February 20 II. PDFORRA attended the second meeting of the Implementation Body
            on the 3rd March 20 II. The Department and the Associations are consulting on the
            precise wording of the Action Plan and this is due to be concluded by the 31 SI March
            20 II.
            "Are they trying to shoot down the other drone? "

            "No, they're trying to fly the tank"

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