Public Sector Reform

Changing the way government works to deliver better services
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News story: is delivering significant savings for agencies and greater digital inclusion for citizens by providing a single entry point to all Western Australian Government online services and information
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Four public sector leaders shared insights from their transition to leadership at a recent IPAA WA’s Young Professionals Advisory Committee event
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Public comment has closed on proposed privacy and responsible information sharing legislation for the WA public sector. The focus now turns to analysing the feedback received

Changing the way government works

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The Western Australian Government is undertaking a major reform to create a more efficient, collaborative and high-performing public sector that delivers better services to the community.

The public sector reform is shaped by the findings of three independent reviews of the public sector and two Chief Executive Officer Working Group reports. This has resulted in a strong Roadmap for Reform and about 40 reform initiatives to reshape the sector.

The reform program is a long-term endeavour and is not just about implementing initiatives. The way we work is as important as what we are working on. This reform is about breaking down siloes and ensuring government agencies work together as one sector for the benefit of all Western Australians.


Follow the links below to learn more about what we are doing and how we are doing it.

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About public sector reform
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Roadmap for Reform
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Reform in action
Reform resources
Reform resources


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Page reviewed 12 December 2019