The principal objectives of the Commissioner are to: Promote and maintain the highest levels of integrity, impartiality, accountability and leadership across the government sector.
PSC is a Constitutional body. Commissopners are nominated by the president and appointed by the National Assembly by resolution. Its functions are defined by an Act of Parliament. It is an independent and impartial body accountable to the National Assembly.
How are problems solved? How can we help you?
We help to solve problems and attend to your grievances. We recognise you for your hardwork.
We assist you in self develepment. How Do we make decisions? By a majority voteof members present at any meeting. The chairperson has the casting vote if votes are undecided or equal.
What do we want to acheive? That you are recognised for your efforts and achievements. That the Public Service is respected for its quality performance and dedicated to preservation and guarding its human resources. That the public is an ideal workplace and keep skilled and talented people.
That the Public is serviced by an efficient and effective workforce. The PSC is a constitutional body that is impartial and independent in its nature. It is accountable to the National Assembly. The overall goal of the website is to formally educate and provide adequate information to the Public Service of Namibia and eventually the general public and for them to keep abreast with the activities of the Public Service Commission.
The website provides a gateway to the civil servants to make available a new batch of knowledge about the PSC and the Public Service in general.
The PSC, through its website will thus promote, maintain and enhance levels of awareness, better understanding and appreciation of the role of the Commission and the range of services it provides to the Public Service of Namibia.
The PSC website will continuously update the target population on the major policy developments, and any other matters in the sphere of Human Resources HR administration which is the function of the PSC. The website will be used as a tool to keep the Public Service conversant with the operations of the PSC and to encourage the target population to give feedback on whether or not the PSC is living by its pledges.
I would, wholeheartedly like to urge all who browse our website to give us feedback and advise where to alter and improve the website to be compatible with other website in the rest of the world.The Commission supports two statutory office holders: the Australian Public Service Commissioner - who is also agency head - and the Merit Protection Commissioner.
Their functions are set out in sections 41(1) and 50(1), respectively, of the Public Service Act Missouri Public Service Commission.
The Public Service Commission (PSC) of Kenya is an Independent government Commission established under the Constitution of Kenya to manage human resources in the Kenya Civil Service and the Local Authorities. The Importance of Public Service #ChangeAgents by David A. Bray. by William Dutton. September 29th, Here is the Webcast of Dr David A. Bray’s Quello Lecture on ‘The Importance of Public Service #ChangeAgents in Exponential Times’, which was given at MSU’s Quello Center on 21 September The PSC, through its website will thus promote, maintain and enhance levels of awareness, better understanding and appreciation of the role of the Commission and the range of services it provides to the Public Service of Namibia.
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Hall, Office of the Public Counsel; National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) National Regulatory Research Institute (NRRI). mandated Public Service Commission (PSC) played a significant role in managing the public service. Now its role is split among several authorities with the.
The Singapore Public Service employs about , officers in 16 Ministries and more than 50 Statutory Boards.
Within the Public Service is the Civil Service, comprising about . The Public Service Commission (PSC) is a small department that has been created to support the Commissioner in the execution of her function.
The commission within the NSW public sector was established under the Public Sector Employment and Management Act (PSEMA) in Call Center Helpline () hours extended Saturday, October 27, 9 A.M. until 5 P.M., mn to assist consumers in storm restoration efforts, if needed.