The Malta Independent 16 May 2022, Monday

Tony Sultana appointed Chief Permanent Secretary, to take up post in June

Wednesday, 11 May 2022, 16:44 Last update: about 4 days ago

MITA Chairman Tony Sultana has been appointed as the new Chief Permanent Secretary, replacing the soon to be retiring Mario Cutajar.

Sultana was nominated for the post by Prime Minister Robert Abela and approved by Cabinet.  His nomination was then sent to the Public Service Commission who then approved the nomination and sent it to the President of Malta for the appointment to be formally made.


The appointment will come in force as from 1 June.

Sultana has been in the public sector for 36 years and most recently served as the Executive Chairman of the Malta Information and Technology Agency (MITA).

The government said that the Sultana has over the past years led major projects such as the Euro IT Task Force and new systems in the energy sector.

The Cabinet meanwhile thanked Mario Cutajar for his work as Chief Permanent Secretary in the past years.

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