The all-of-government brand is used by State sector organisations on all their services and programmes.
Guidance on fees paid to members appointed to bodies in which the Crown has an interest.
Terms and conditions, including remuneration and model employment agreements for Crown entity chief executives.
This page lists the tools technologies and information needed to make the Public Service a good place to work.
Designed to provide a medium-term perspective of departments in the context of their longer-term vision and set out how they will get there.
Work is underway to eliminate the gender pay gap in the Public Service and to resolve pay equity claims in the State sector.
The State Services Induction is an online module that introduces individuals to working in the State sector, and what it means to serve New Zealand.
The integrity and conduct programme aims to build trust by supporting the institutional integrity of agencies and trustworthiness of State servants.
Measures the quality of public sector organisations' services by researching New Zealanders' perceptions and experiences.
Employing and retaining disabled people in the State Sector
Machinery of government refers to the structures of government and how they work.
The State Services Commission maintains an up to date list on this page of all the organisations of the State sector.
New Zealanders' Experience is a multi-year research programme that assists agencies monitor public satisfaction with their frontline services.
The Open Government Partnership is a forum of countries working to be more open, accountable and responsive to citizens. The State Services Commission is leading this in New Zealand.
Read about State servants and agency responsibilities in the lead-up to, and in the period immediately after, an election.
A joint central agency initiative to help senior leaders improve the performance of the agencies they lead.
The State Services Commissioner is the employer of New Zealand Public Service chief executives. This section explains that role.
The State Services Commission has been publishing HRC reports annually since 2000.
Information about retirement savings schemes that are or have been offered by State sector employers.