The CEO and Public Sector Commissioner are required to agree on contributions to sector-wide administration and management priorities.
A CEO may consider the size, structure and functions of their agency when nominating a relevant contribution to each of the sector-wide initiatives.
The sector-wide priorities to be included in the CEO performance agreement for 2012-2013 are:
1. Enhancing the public sector workforce
CEOs play a key role in addressing workforce sustainability issues in their agencies and more broadly across the public sector.
For further information refer to the Workforce page.
2. Building trust and confidence in the conduct and ethical decision-making capacity of the public sector
CEOs, through their own conduct and leadership, contribute to a professional and ethical public sector culture in their agencies and assist in setting high standards of behaviour and conduct for the public sector as a whole.
For further information refer to the Public trust page.
3. Enhancing Indigenous Economic Participation National Partnership outcomes
Western Australia is part of a national partnership which involves complementary investment and effort by the Commonwealth and the States to improve opportunities for Indigenous people to engage in private and public sector jobs.
For further information refer to the Indigenous participation page.
4. Reducing red tape and the regulatory burden on business and the community
The State Government has made a commitment to improve the quality of its regulation and to reduce the regulatory burden on the community and on business.
For further information refer to the Red tape reduction page.
Key deliverables and key performance indicators in relation to sector-wide initiatives should be specific and measurable and provide a timeframe for completion. Examples of specific and measurable key deliverables and key performance indicators for each sector-wide initiative have been developed.
Page last updated 24 September 2012