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Government consulting on significant reforms to public service

October 05, 2018 at 2:21 PM

From the NZFVC

The Government is consulting on reforms to the public service.

Minister of State Services Chris Hipkins said the proposed changes are a major shift in the way the public service operates.

Chris Hipkins said:

"On a system wide level, the changes would see the Public Service operate as one, joined up system to tackle the big, complex challenges facing New Zealand. The Public Service would have more capability to wrap multiple services around the needs of citizens.

“Under the current model individual departments deliver services that they have sole accountability for. This doesn’t work as well when agencies need to be working collectively where citizens often must deal with a number of different agencies on a single issue."

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