George Borg (civil servant)

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George Borg He was born in Valletta on the 3rd of December 1929, and had his first education at the Montessori School of Valletta and the Lyceum.

He also attended at the Royal University of Malta as a student of economics.

Borg joined the civil service in 1951 as an Executive Officer and in 1963 he was appointed Assistant Private Secretary to the Prime Minister.

He was Prime Minister Giorgio Borg Olivier's private secretary between 1965 and 1971.

Borg served as Malta's Postmaster General between 1975 and 1980, Secretary in the Ministry of Parastatal & People's Investiments in 1986, the following year he acted as secretary to the cabinet. In 1988 he became Head of the Civil Service.

Although he officially retitred from the civil service in 1991, the last public office he held was that of Chairman at the Water Services Corporation between 1992 and 1995.

In December 1992 he was named chancellor of the Xirka Ġieħ ir-Repubblika and the National Order of Merit. George Borg married Moya Camilleri in 1955 and had together they raised two daughters.

He died on 18 January 2002.