'A public sector that works efficiently and with integrity can provide the public with better results, and better public value. Integrity is also important in ensuring the public sector is trusted and accountable for its actions.'
A high performing public sector.
To enhance the integrity of public authorities and increase the effectiveness and efficiency of the public sector.
Act with integrity, lead with purpose.
To provide leadership through collaboration, partnership and direction setting.
The work we do is strongly connected to our stakeholders – what they think, how they work and the pressures they face. We will work strategically and collaboratively to engage meaningfully with them.
Our stakeholders include:
- Government of the day
- Minister for Public Sector Management
- public sector agencies
- government boards and committees
- local governments
- public universities
- Government trading enterprises
- peak organisations and key community groups
- relevant national and international jurisdictions.
Did you know...
The Public Sector Commissioner:
- is the employer of public sector chief executive officers (CEOs) in the Senior Executive Service
- is responsible for the administration of the Senior Executive Service and the broader Public Service
- administers the redeployment and redundancy framework for the public sector
- has a primary role in the setting of remuneration for boards and committees
- has responsibility for arrangements under the Public Interest Disclosure Act 2003 and the Corruption, Crime and Misconduct Act 2003
- works closely with the Director of Equal Opportunity in Public Employment on workforce, diversity and equal opportunity in public employment
- can be directed by the Government to undertake the following activities:
- conduct special inquiries
- review the function, management or operations of a public sector body
- machinery of government changes - when government bodies are created, abolished, split or combined.
Page last updated 30 June 2017