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PSA - Conference On Partnership

Media Advisory

19 June 2001
For immediate release.

On 26/27th of June the PSA will hold a conference on Partnership in the Modern Public Service in the Discovery Room, James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor, The Terrace, Wellington.

The Conference will focus on the expectations of the public, public servants and the government in the delivery of Public Services.

It will compare the differing experiences of Public Service reform over the past 15 years, review New Zealand’s current model and seek to chart an effective New Zealand path to the future.

Speakers include:

The Right Honourable Helen Clark 1.00pm, 27 June

The Honourable Trevor Mallard 11.00am, 26 June

Peter Mcloone (General Secretary of IMPACT the largest Irish Public Service union), and
Phillip Kelly (Asst. Secretary General, Office of the Irish Prime Minister)
9.40am, 26 June

Richard Wagstaff (PSA Secretary) 10.40am, 26 June


Other speakers include Dr. Paul Harris, Richard Shaw, Peter Harris, Dr Rose Ryan, David Russell and Stephen Mills

The media are invited to all presentations, and copies of presentations will be available at the conference or, after delivery, electronically on request from Peter Hall-Jones on 04-9172034 or Angela Foulkes on 025-2053521.

A conference programme and further details are available from Angela Foulkes on 025-2053521.

Ends



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