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ICE fellow becomes head of Northern Ireland Civil Service

The Northern Irish first minister and acting deputy first minister have appointed civil engineer and ICE fellow Malcolm McKibbin as the new head of the Northern Ireland Civil Service.

McKibbin is currently Department for Regional Development permanent secretary and will take up his new post shortly.

He was Roads Service chief executive within the Department for Regional Development for five years and has also held senior posts in the Department of Finance and Personnel, where he was the deputy secretary in charge of the Central Procurement Division, and in the Department of Regional Development where he led the development of the Regional Transportation Strategy.

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