NSW has appointed its first Anti-Slavery Commissioner to implement groundbreaking new legislation that will combat modern slavery practices.
This year’s State of the NSW Public Sector Report highlights the good work and continuing progress of the sector in the form of case studies.
The NSW Government supports in principle the development of rail trails on disused rail lines where there is strong local community support.
The Greater Sydney Commission joins the Premier and Cabinet cluster from 1 July to implement the NSW Government’s vision for Sydney as three integrated and connected cities.
A new fund will make it easier for NSW border towns to work with the NSW Government and neighbouring state governments to build critical infrastructure projects.
Emma Hogan has been named the NSW Public Service Commissioner.
Nominate an individual or team for a Premier’s Award for Public Service, and recognise their success in public service delivery.
NSW needs to ensure that its regulatory framework not only meets the needs of its citizens today, but is prepared for the expectations of communities and businesses of tomorrow.
Glenn King has been named the NSW Customer Service Commissioner.
Parliamentary Counsel Don Colagiuri SC has flagged his intention to retire in early 2018. Public Service Commissioner Graeme Head will take up the new role of NDIS Safeguards and Quality Commissioner in 2018.
This year’s report tells a story of continued and significant progress in key aspects of the transformation of workforce management across the sector.
The Lobbying of Government Officials Act 2011 (NSW) (the Lobbying Act) regulates lobbying activity in NSW.
The NSW Government supports improvements to political transparency and accountability that are in the long-term interests of the state.
The NSW Government is taking steps to improve the effectiveness, accountability and performance of state-owned corporations, with the first review of the legislative framework governing state-owned corporations since the SOC Act was introduced by former Premier Nick Greiner in 1989.