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A Civil Service Commission is a government agency that is constituted by legislature to regulate the employment and working conditions of civil servants – sort of a human resources department normally seen in corporations. The CSC is an unbiased, independent body that hears and rules on appeals filed by State, county and municipal civil service employees, candidates for employment, and appointing authorities. The CSC provides a forum for appeals to be heard, and fair and impartial decisions to be rendered.
The Civil Service Commission is usually a five member, bipartisan, public body whose chair is appointed by the governor for a four-year term with the consent of the State senate.