Programs & Services
Awards are a way for the NSW Government to acknowledge excellence and reward achievement and service.
Boards and committees provide leadership, direction and accountability across many areas of NSW Government activity. They are a vital link between community needs and government service delivery.
Major events are an important part of community engagement. Contributing to a safe and successful event in NSW also ensures economic and social benefits to the state.
The objective of NSW Protocol is to foster positive relations and outcomes for the benefit of the state.
The NSW Premier is committed to 12 key priorities to make NSW an even better place to live and work. In addition, the NSW Government has 18 state priorites for the state to grow the economy, deliver infrastructure, protect the vulnerable, and improve health, education and public services across NSW.
The Centre for Economic and Regional Development leads economic and regional development policy and analytics.
The Office of the NSW Cross-Border Commissioner works with bordering states to help businesses, organisations and people in cross-border areas of NSW.
The Regional Infrastructure Coordinator (RIC) provides independent advice to the Premier and Deputy Premier on matters relating to the priority, coordination and delivery of infrastructure projects into regional NSW.
A joint team of DPC and the NSW Treasury, the office works with partners develop new social impact investment transactions, and facilitate growth in the social impact investment market.
The NSW Customer Service Commissioner is committed to championing the interests and perspectives of NSW citizens to deliver better customer service outcomes.