ATTENTION: OFFICE CLOSURE - COVID-19
We have been closely monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and continue to observe the Regulations put in place by the Cayman Islands Government. Our first priority is the continued safety of persons in the Cayman Islands. Public health officials continue to advise that social distancing is the most effective strategy to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Our office location (2nd Floor Artemis House, #67 Fort Stret, George Town) is therefore closed until further notice. Weinvite you to review the content of our website for the information you require.
Should you need to contact us, please email: CommissionsSecretariat@gov.ky and a representative will be in touch with you as soon as possible.
Commissions Secretariat is committed to openness, transparency and serving the public interest in compliance with the Freedom of Information Law, 2007.
His Excellency the Governor Martyn Roper, OBE invites expressions of interests for appointment to various statutory commissions.
The Commissions Secretariat aims to maintain the independence and integrity of the various constitutionally created commissions to which the Secretariat provides strategic, analytic, research, and administrative support.
The Commissions Secretariat was established in 2010 under the Office of the Deputy Governor to provide support to the independent entities established by the 2009 Constitution as “Institutions Supporting Democracy”.
The Secretariat is spearheaded by a Manager who is supported by a team of Investigators, Analysts/Administrators and an Administrative Officer; a professional team encompassing a wide-range of academic qualifications and diverse professional experiences.
The Secretariat strives to uphold principles of accountability and transparency in its commitment to ethically-sound managerial strategies and research procedures. It further seeks to perpetuate public education as it relates to democracy in general; a cross-cutting goal amongst all commissions.
Provide sound analytical advice and strong administrative support to the Commissions placed under our purview in an effort to ensure that they may fulfil their respective constitutional and legislative mandates.
Maintain the independence and integrity of each commission as mandated by the Cayman Islands Constitution Order 2009.
Enhancing and maintaining public trust in the institutions supporting democracy is fundamental to the work of the Commissions Secretariat. The Secretariat makes a firm commitment to embracing this challenge by completing our duties in an honest, diligent, organised and professional manner.
Employees are expected at all times to conform to the Public Servants Code of Conduct and hold true to the Public Service Values and also to the Nolan Principles. All employees must ensure their actions and decisions uphold the values of the public service and conform to high ethical standards as expressed by the Portfolio.