Jamaica Business Development Corporation, JBDC will help you to become the successful entrepreneur you aspire to be.
Tax Harmonization Act this act make provision under several enactment for harmonizing the treatment of Charitable organisation for the purpose of taxation and for connected matters
“OCA.GOV.JM” The address of the Office of the Children’s Advocate’s website
The Jamaica Business Development Corporation (JBDC) is to play an integral role in the implementation of initiatives outlined in the recently launched Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) and Entrepreneurship Policy.
My JPS the new feature on the JPS web page where u can pay your light bill online
Throughout the week of November 24 to 30, Jamaica will observe Police week 2013. It will be celebrated under the theme: ‘Enlightened by our past, Enriching the Present, Envisioning The Future’.
Economy has been showing signs of growth. Can this growth be maintained?
Government Pensioners Health Plan
Measures Stimulating Economic Growth Minister Peter Phillips
Travel within CARICOM
Jamaica Emerging Animation Industry
Policy for the Reintegration of School-Age Mothers Back Into the Formal School System
Adjustments to Customs Administration Fee.
The Ministry of Labour and Social Security is seeking persons to fill a number of positions on the Canadian Skills Programme. These positions range from drivers and mechanics to servers and supervisors.
JANAAC is sounding a strong call for more conformity assessment bodies, such as food testing labs and medical testing labs to become accredited to international standards.
Civil Service Week is geared towards highlighting the work and worth of outstanding civil servants who have given excellent service to central government and to the country as a whole
The month-long series of events coincide with the 10th Anniversary of the ‘Eat What We Grow…Grow What We Eat’ campaign
Methods used to pay out funds to Pensioners, And the Pensioners pay advice slip.
The month-long series of events coincide with the 10th Anniversary of the ‘Eat What We Grow…Grow What We Eat’ campaign.
Child Abuse in Jamaica