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Corporate Services Transformation RMP 2 ICT Review outcome

Corporate Services Transformation RMP 2 ICT Review outcome – June 2018 (PDF version)

The PSA has saved a further 24 jobs from being cut – at least for the time being.

On 20 June 2018 PSA representatives were briefed on the outcome of the proposed ICT structures review.

The Deputy Secretary Corporate Services advised the following changes to RMP 2 ICT structures:

  • Retention of staff to support KIDS FACS has approved eight temporary roles up to
    12 months to support the business requirement to retain the KIDS system supporting frontline caseworkers across FACS NSW.
  • Retention of staff to support Disability Services. FACS has approved has approved
    12 temporary roles up to 24 months to maintain support for ICT systems and retained Disability Services staff up until the possible transfer of remaining services to the non-government section.
  • Retention of staff to support the ICT modernisation program. FACS has approved four temporary roles up to three months to support the IT EMF Programme Project.
  • To see the FACS advice letter re these changes please click HERE.

Existing ICT impacted ongoing and temporary employees will be a priority for these roles. These changes are another win for the PSA’s claim that the original proposed structure would not be able to support frontline staff after 30 June 2018. If delegates or members have any ongoing issues, please contact the PSA on 1300 772 679.

The PSA has requested a meeting with ICT management regarding these proposals which has been scheduled for 4 July 2018.

The PSA will be paying particular attention to the numbers of contingent labour remaining in the organisation post 30 June 2018 and as to any justification for this.

Member meetings are being planned to follow up any remaining issues following this major CST RMP 1 & 2 restructure process. Member notices will be sent out shortly.

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