NSW Government Public Sector Reform Policy - Public Service Association

NSW Government Public Sector Reform Policy

Public Sector Reform

Reforming the public sector to deliver improved services to the NSW community

Arising from the Government’s support of the Commission of Audit’s recommendations, the Premier requested the Public Service Commissioner to review the NSW public sector, starting with the executive structure, and develop reform proposals to improve public sector management. There are two parts to these reforms: reform of the executive structure and reforms which will apply to the entire government sector.

The executive structure reforms involve consolidating the Senior Executive Service, Senior Officers and other executives into a single group and establishing a separate structure for cluster Director Generals.  The broader government sector reforms involve introducing more contemporary employment management practices.

Please see the information booklet and video provided along with the media release (PDF 205KB) and a sector reform question and answer (PDF 400.1KB) document.

More information will be made available here as the project develops over the coming months.

Public Sector Reform 2013 Brochure 26 Feb 2012 – FINAL

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