The State of Reform

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The State of Reform 2019 report shares the story of the Public Sector Reform program, from its commencement through to the current state of play
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As we commence the new year, the State of Reform 2019 report (PDF) covers the progress made by the Public Sector Reform program against the findings of three independent reviews of the public sector and two CEO Working Group reports.

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It is my great pleasure to report on the progress of the State Government’s public sector reform program that is creating a more efficient, innovative and effective public sector to deliver better services to Western Australians.

Hon Roger H Cook MLA
Public Sector Reform Ministerial Steering Committee Chair

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The State Government’s public sector reform program is as much a program of cultural change, as it is concrete initiatives to deliver better services. With the focus on a high-performing, collaborative public sector, agencies are working together more often to take a whole-of-sector approach to service delivery.

Darren Foster
Public Sector Reform CEO Steering Committee Chair and Director General of the Department of the Premier and Cabinet

The State of Reform marks a moment of reflection in a long-term program to deliver lasting changes to the way government works. This short video highlights the progress made to date.

The year ahead offers many more milestones on the way to delivering better services and results for Western Australians. Refer to the ‘What’s coming up’ section within the State of Reform 2019 report for more details.


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15 January 2020