Te Kawa Mataaho Public Service Commission 2021/22 Annual Report has been published. A resounding theme of the report is trust, as the foundation upon which the legitimacy of the Public Service rests.
Te Kawa Mataaho Annual Report for the year ended 30 June 2022, has been published. *If you would like to receive a different format of the Annual Report, please contact us email@example.com
A resounding theme of the report is trust, as the foundation upon which the legitimacy of the Public Service rests. This report describes the work of the past year to ensure that the Public Service continues to be worthy of the high and rising levels of trust that the public place in it.
The report highlights how the Public Service has risen to the challenge of protecting New Zealand against COVID-19 over the last two years. At the same time, the Public Service continued to use the new tools in the Public Service Act 2020 to improve the reliability of public services and responsiveness to the needs of New Zealanders.
The report also shines a spotlight on Te Taunaki, the first-ever Public Service Census, which gave evidence of the motivations that public servants bring to their work. It also provided a broader picture of the diversity within the New Zealand Public Service.
Another highlight of the year was the enactment of the The report also profiles the first Te Kawa Mataaho long-term insights briefing – that discusses the trends, risks and opportunities facing the Public Service.