Kernaghan discusses the interplay of constitutional conventions and the evolution of the public service value framework (Kernaghan 2010).
What does PSV stand for?
PSV stands for Public Service Value
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 97 other meanings of PSV in our Acronym Attic
- Pressure Safety Valve
- Pressure Support Ventilation
- Primary Source Verification (credential research)
- Process Safety Valve
- Production System Verification
- Progressieve Suriname Volkspartij (Suriname Progressive People's Party)
- Project Shared Vision
- Promesse Synallagmatique de Vente (French: Promise Indenture Sale)
- Prospect Street Ventures
- Pseudo Spin Valve (magnetics)
- Public Service Vehicle (bus driver's license in GB)
- Verordnung Zur Sicherstellung des Postwesens (German)
- peanut stunt virus strain J
- Pastel Society of Victoria, Australia (est. 1986)
- Personal Security Vulnerability Assessment
- Peugeot School voor Automobielbeheersing (Dutch: Peugeot School for Car Control; Netherlands)
- Portal Systemic Vascular Anastomosis
- Portosystemic Vascular Anomaly
- Prosthesis for Substitution of Vision by Audition
- Park Slope Volunteer Ambulance Corps (Brooklyn, NY)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Sample topics could include supporting the "democratic surge" in the Middle East and North Africa, expressing how a particular public administration value appears in theory and in practice, or comparing the public service values in two major nations.
MPs will shortly vote again on a Health Bill which not only changes the NHS by allowing the private sector to do more but it will undermine the public service values of the NHS.
The upside--young professionals bring great IT skills and strong public service values.
The organisation has standards of business conduct for employees to ensure that staff are impartial and honest, follow the public service values of accountability, probity and openness that underpin the work of the NHS and ensure the interests of patients are paramount at all times.
Unison general secretary Dave Prentis described Government plans to increase private influence in the public sector as "absolute lunacy" and said they would only support Labour candidates who stood up for the union's public service values.
The Accenture Institute for Public Service Value produced the report in conjunction with the International Social Security Association.
Working in partnership with the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies, Gallup, and the Accenture Institute for Public Service Value, we examined the problems, opportunities, and tradeoffs inherent in health care reform from the public's perspective.