Integrity

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Annual Reports

Annual reporting in the NSW public sector is important for maintaining public accountability. The NSW Government and the NSW Parliament have provided the framework for reporting on the achievements, performance, outlook and financial position of agencies for each reporting year.

Our annual report is a public record of our work. It provides the NSW community with an opportunity to find out about our activities, our performance, what we have achieved and how we have achieved it. Our reports also look to the year ahead and show our financial results for the financial year ended.

 

PSC Annual Report 2013-14

The PSC Annual Report 2013-14 is the third annual report for the PSC. It covers the reporting period 30 June 2013 to 1 July 2014.

PSC Annuall Report 2013-2014 CoverDownload Full Report (PDF 5.4MB)

 

PSC Annual Report 2012-13

The PSC Annual Report 2012-13 is the second annual report for the PSC. It covers the reporting period 30 June 2012 to 1 July 2013.

PSC Annual Report 2012-13Download Full Report (PDF 5.4MB)

 

PSC Annual Report 2011-12

The PSC Annual Report 2011-12 is the inaugural annual report for the PSC. It covers the reporting period 1 November 2011 – 30 June 2012.

annual report cover

 

Download Full Report (PDF 2.1MB)

 

Download Section 1 - Performance (PDF 1.2MB)

 

Download Section 2 - Appendices (PDF 1008KB)

 

 

Behaving Ethically

Behaving Ethically: a guide for NSW government sector employees is a package of resources designed to help government sector employees better understand the obligation to act ethically and in the public interest.

It provides practical guidance that government sector employees can use in their day-to-day dealings with colleagues, clients, customers, stakeholders and the government of the day.


Government Sector Employment Act 2013

The Government Sector Employment Act 2013 (GSE Act) commenced on 24 February 2014 and repeals the Public Sector Employment and Management Act 2002 (PSEM Act).

The new Act is supported by the GSE Regulation 2014 and GSE Rules 2014.  The GSE Act, Regulation and Rules, along with other relevant materials are accessible via the EmploymentPortal – your online guide to NSW Government Sector Employment.