Former FAS chief quits best practice body

Former FAS chief Rody Molloy today resigned as the face of the country’s public sector best practice institute.

The ex-director general of the state’s training body who threatened legal action in a bid to secure a million euro pension offered to step down from the Institute of Public Administration (IPA).

The IPA, which promotes better standards in the public sector, confirmed Mr Molloy offered his resignation in a phonecall to director general John Cullen shortly after lunchtime.


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