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Public Services Association

PSA
Full name Public Services Association of Trinidad and Tobago
Founded 1967
Members Approx 12,000 (2006)
Affiliation Public Services International
Caribbean Public Services Association
Key people Watson Duke, President
Office location Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
Country Trinidad and Tobago

The Public Services Association of Trinidad and Tobago (PSA) is a trade union in Trinidad and Tobago. It was originally known as the Civil Service Association but changed its name in 1971.

The bulk of the PSA membership is in the public sector but it also includes members in statutory authorities such as the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA).

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