Department of Corporate and Information Services annual report 2016-17
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The focus for 2017-18 Continue to integrate agency receipting processes into DCIS systems to reduce double handling of transactions. Increase Aboriginal employment in regional offices. Assess new functionality of bulk recruitment and candidate pools to ensure benefits are being realised. Build relationships with schools and local service providers to increase participation in employment programs. Increase regional participation in training and leadership programs. Continue to expand agency engagement in the regions. Continue to conduct agency forums across the regions. Services provided in Katherine Receiver of Territory monies (RTM) services Accounts receivable services ICT services. Services provided remotely Ten staff members work remotely across a range of locations to provide flexibility for the employee while enabling the department to benefit from the retention of highly skilled employees in specialist roles. 2016-17 regional highlights Expanded agency engagement in the regions, through participation in inter-agency meetings and participation in the emergency procedures associated with Northern Territory Emergency Services. Improved communication of DCIS initiatives and activities to agency staff in regional centres through agency forums in both Alice Springs and Katherine. Expanded the deployment of Wi-Fi in Northern Territory Government premises in the regions. Adopted energy efficiency measures to rationalise power equipment supporting ICT infrastructure, assisting agencies to reduce energy use. Continued to play a significant role in developing improvements to the eRecruit system, including automating entry level recruitment and bulk recruitment processes, providing efficiencies in processing. Launched the Aboriginal Employment Opportunities candidate pool providing a central point where job seekers, both existing and potential employees, can register interest for career development opportunities and agencies can access a pool of Aboriginal job seekers. Continued to expand the delivery of DCIS corporate systems training to agency staff located in regions across the Northern Territory using MS Lync, reducing the need to travel. Participated in the Tennant Creek and Alice Springs Skills, Careers and Employment Expos. Katherine staff Annual Report 2016-17 | Department of Corporate and Information Services16 TH E D EPARTM EN T
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