Onika Miller resigns as OPM permanent secretary
Onika Miller, the permanent secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister has resigned effective October 1, 2015.
Miller will be moving to a job in the private sector after 19 years in several ministries and agencies in the public service.
The Office of the Services Commission says it is completing the process of appointing a new Permanent Secretary for the Office of the Prime Minister.
In the meantime, the Commission says at no time during Miller’s 19 years of service was she cited for any disciplinary or grievance matter as suggested by a media report earlier today.