Public Service Commission (Singapore)
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The Public Service Commission (PSC), Singapore, is constituted under Part IX of the Constitution of Singapore and its constitutional role is to appoint, confirm, promote, transfer, dismiss and exercise disciplinary control over public officers in Singapore.
The PSC also retains two key non-constitutional roles. It considers the suitability of candidates for appointment as chief executive officers of statutory boards; it is also responsible for the planning and administration of scholarships provided by the Government of Singapore.
As at July 2010, the Chairman of the PSC is Eddie Teo. Its members are:
- Frederick Gordon-Smith: 1951-1952
- Dr Alfred William Frisby: 1952-1956
- Sir Han Hoe Lim: 1956-1956
- Wilfred Lawson Blythe: 1957-1957
- Chew Hock Leong: 1957-1959
- Yusof bin Ishak: 1959-1959
- Lim Eng Bee: 1959-1961
- Dr Phay Seng Whatt: 1962-1975
- Tan Teck Chwee: 1975-1988
- Lee Hee Seng: 1988-1998
- Dr Andrew Chew Guan Khuan:1998-2008
- Eddie Teo: 2008-2018
- Lee Tzu Yang: taking office on 1st August.