The all-of-government brand is used by State sector organisations on all their services and programmes.
Celebrating the spirit of service and outstanding commitment to New Zealand.
Guidance on fees paid to members appointed to bodies in which the Crown has an interest.
SSC guidance for agencies on how to consistently measure and annually report the use of contractors and consultants
Designed to provide a medium-term perspective of departments in the context of their longer-term vision and set out how they will get there.
Work is underway to eliminate the gender pay gap in the Public Service and to resolve pay equity claims in the State sector.
The integrity and conduct programme aims to build trust by supporting the institutional integrity of agencies and trustworthiness of public servants.
The Kiwis Count survey measures the trust and confidence of New Zealanders in the Government and the Public Service.
The Long-term Insights Briefings provide an opportunity for the public to contribute on what matters the most for the future of New Zealand.
Machinery of government refers to the structures of government and how they work.
Mahi tōpū ai te Ratonga Tūmatanui e whai tikanga ai te noho a ngā tāngata o Aotearoa.
Te Kawa Mataaho Public Service Commission maintains an up to date list on this page of all the organisations of the State sector.
The Open Government Partnership (OGP) is a forum of countries working to be more open, accountable and responsive to citizens. Te Kawa Mataaho Public Service Commission is leading this in New Zealand.
He Ārahitanga Pōtitanga Whānui | General Election Guidance 2020 covers what it means to work in the State services before, during and after an election.
A joint central agency initiative to help senior leaders improve the performance of the agencies they lead.
The Public Service Fale [Fale] was established in January 2020 with funding from the New Zealand Aid Programme as part of New Zealand’s Pacific Reset.
The Public Service Induction is an online module that introduces individuals to working in the Public Service, and what it means to serve Aotearoa New Zealand.
The Public Service Commissioner is the Head of Service and the employer of New Zealand Public Service secretaries and chief executives (secretaries). This section explains that role.
Information about retirement savings schemes that are or have been offered by State sector employers.
International rankings and our own research show that trust and confidence of New Zealanders in our Public Service is important to effectively operate in our communities.
The Public Service Commission has been collecting and publishing workforce data on Public Service employees since 2000.