Memos & Circulars - by year

Active DPC Circulars - 2018

C2018-08 Inviting Nominations for the Public Service Medal

Nominations are currently being invited for the Public Service Medal (PSM), for announcement on the Queen's Birthday 2019. The award recognises outstanding service in the public sector for individuals that have gone above and beyond the normal ...

C2018-07 Use of Publicly Available Government Material by Political Parties

The NSW Government supports and encourages the reuse of its publicly funded information Material on a government website may be reused by political parties provided the copyright and licensing arrangements permit reuse by any person and the terms and ...

C2018-05 Provision of Information to Members of Parliament

Members of Parliament should obtain information by writing to the responsible Minister, or making contact with the Minister’s staff, or writing to the head of the agency concerned.  ...

C2018-04-PSCC2018-06 Contesting Elections

Government sector employees are not permitted to engage in party political activities whilst on duty. Attachment A (containing frequently asked questions) addresses the legislative and policy issues arising for employees contesting elections, including ...

C2018-06-Briefing Senior Counsel

This Circular restates the guidelines that apply to NSW government agencies when engaging Senior Counsel. The guidelines outline the administrative requirements for requests to the Attorney General to engage Senior Counsel, and set out the requirements ...

C2018-03-New Arrangements for NSW Government Media Monitoring

The NSW Government has undergone a competitive re-tendering process, resulting in the procurement of a new whole of government media monitoring service. ...

C2018-02- Inviting Nominations for the Public Service Medal

Nominations are currently being invited for the Public Service Medal (PSM), for announcement on Australia Day 2019. The award recognises outstanding service in the public sector for individuals that have gone above and beyond the normal requirements of ...

C2018-01 Registration and management of domain names ending in nsw.gov.au

From 1 February 2018, domain registrants will need to submit requests for new domains to the NSW Government Domain Name Administrator using a form on www.domainname.gov.au. The Australian Government Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) will manage changes ...