Civil Service Merit Council
Civil Service Merit Council
Civil Service Merit Council
"Appointments and promotions in the civil service shall be made according to merit and fitness"
Officers

David Rothstein
...President
Kimberly Vann
...First Vice-President
Al Milton
...Second Vice-President
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The Civil Service Merit Council is a non-partisan coalition of individuals and organizations whose primary purpose is to increase the level of efficiency and integrity of government. The Council is founded upon the principle that public office is a public trust which can best be served through a Civil Service Merit System.

To this end, the Merit Council’s primary objective is to ensure that all appointments shall be made through competitive examinations to properly classified positions from among persons duly qualified without regard to race, religion, age, sex or political opinion or affiliation. It shall be dedicated to preserving and advancing the rights and tenure of all persons in the Merit System.
What's New

New Forms Available
Civil Service Merit Council of New York City
Meeting -- Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Civil Service Merit Council of New York City
Meeting -- Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Civil Service Merit Council of New York City
Meeting -- Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Civil Service Merit Council of New York City
Meeting -- Tuesday, December 16, 2014
Civil Service Merit Council