State of the Sector Report
The Public Sector Commissioner reports to parliament annually on the state of administration and management across the public sector, and on compliance with standards and ethical codes.
State of the Sector 2012
The State of the sector 2012 report aims to provide parliament, public sector CEOs, agencies and the broader community of WA with a comprehensive view of current public sector performance as it relates to integrity, administration and management. It highlights some of the challenges that will impact on the management of the WA public sector over the next five to ten years and where the sector needs to focus its future planning.
Public sector agencies are encouraged to use the information contained in the report to improve their understanding of the key dimensions of public sector administration and management and to guide continuous improvement efforts.
- Section 1 – Commissioner’s overview
- Section 2 – Profile and structure of the Western Australian public sector
- Section 3 – Governance and organisational performance
- Section 4 – Integrity and ethical conduct
- Section 5 – Workforce planning and leadership
- Section 6 – Workforce management
- Section 7 – Appendixes
- Overview of key findings from sections 3-6
Note: Some incorrect information contained in the original print run has been rectified in the website version.
The State of the sector 2012 – Statistical bulletin offers more detailed comparative data that agencies can use to benchmark their performance against other similar agencies or the sector as a whole. This includes additional information on the profile of the public sector workforce and all agency responses to the annual agency survey, including maturity ratings of agency systems using the maturity rubrics. Employee perception survey results are also presented for various demographic and employee categories.
- State of the sector 2011, State of the sector 2011 in summary and State of the sector 2011 – Statistical bulletin
- State of the sector 2010
- State of the service 2009
- State of the service 2008
Page last updated 9 April 2013