Annual Report 1986/1987 Public Service Commissioner for the Northern Territory
Tabled Paper 390
Tabled Papers for 5th Assembly 1987 - 1990; Tabled Papers; ParliamentNT
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2 The Public Service Commissioner's Office retained all personnel functions, including public and private sector industrial relations; and equal opportunity. It also gained the employment and training functions formerly undertaken by the Department of Business Technology and Communications, and responsibility for the Government Printer and Property Management from the Department of Transport and Works. In addition, the Office became responsible for implementing the Government's commitment to centralised management services to achieve greater administrative efficiency and cost savings. The Work Health Authority acquired Industrial Safety from the Department of Mines and Energy and reports through the Public Service Commissioner to the Minister. A Co-ordination Committee was established by the Chief Minister to improve the co-ordination of Government administration, policy development and implementation of Government decisions. The Committee comprises the Secretary of the Department of the Chief Minister, who is also the Co-ordinator-General, the Public Service Commissioner, the Under-Treasurer, Police Commissioner, Chairmen of the Tourist Commission and the Conservation Commission and Chief Executive Officers of the Departments of Mines and Energy, Lands and Housing, Industries and Development, Law, Education, Health and Community Services and Transport and Works.
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