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Public Service Team Holds Awareness Talk In Auki


Public Service Team Holds Awareness Talk In Auki

A team from the Ministry of Public Service held two days awareness and consultation talks with various cadres and Senior Public Servants posted within the Malaita Provincial Government in Auki last week.

The team of five Senior Officers which comprising IPAM Coordinator Salana Kalu and Team Leader, Assistant Secretary-Human Resources Maxwell Banyo were tasked with ensuring that Heads of Divisions seconded to Malaita Province were aware and fully briefed of the changes taking place in the Public Service.

The Public Service Commission and The Public Service Department have been working together to improve the way in which recruitment and selection is managed in the Solomon Islands Public Service.

There are many reasons for a new delegated model and one of the main reasons is the need to "let the managers manage" and to increase the emphasis on transparency, accountability and recommendation based on merit.

The team provides support and advice on the many changes and processes that are required to be known by Public Servants to undertake their delegated functions under the amended regulations.

Malaita Province is the second Province after Isabel Province to be visited with immediate plans soon to visit other Public Servants and Seconded Staff in all the other Provinces.

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