Department of Justice Organisational Performance & Operations Division (OPOD) Restructure - Public Service Association

Department of Justice Organisational Performance & Operations Division (OPOD) Restructure

Department of Justice organisational performance and operations division (OPOD) Restucture – June 2016 (PDF version)

The PSA is currently consulting with the Department of Justice NSW regarding the OPOD Restructure, which currently involves:

  • Asset Management Services
  • Office of the General Counsel
  • Information Technology Services.

On Wednesday 8 June 2016 the PSA met with the Department regarding the Information Technology Services Division.

In this meeting, the Department provided further information regarding the progression of the OPOD restructure. The Department is expecting the consultation period to commence on 14 June 2016 and a draft change management plan is to be provided.

There will be information sessions on 14 June 2016 across the affected areas and the PSA will be meeting with the Department this afternoon.

We urge all members to attend the information sessions and ask any relevant questions.

Once you receive the draft change management plan, we encourage all members to review the plan and provide any feedback to the PSA. The PSA will collate the feedback and provide it to the Department at the end of the consultative period. The PSA is committed to ensuring there will be a proper consultation process regarding this restructure.

What can you do?

Encourage your colleagues to join the PSA and attend PSA and/or members’ meetings at every opportunity. Issues of concern should be raised with your workplace delegates or email Jessica Moore at

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