Delivering on government priorities

Delivering on government priorities

Jul 5
CEDA welcomes New South Wales Department of Premier and Cabinet Secretary, Tim Reardon to outline recent changes to the NSW public service to build capability and deliver customer service. 


Tim Reardon, Secretary, NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet

Event overview

To effectively serve the Berejiklian Government’s priorities well into the 2020s, the public sector is realigning its structures.

The NSW public service has supported the Government’s mission to drive a customer service culture and has greatly increased its capability to deliver major infrastructure programs.

There is now an even greater focus in areas such as social reforms and regional NSW, with stated policy priorities being:

  • Delivering a strong economy, quality jobs and job security for workers of today and tomorrow;
  • Breaking the cycle of intergenerational disadvantage by fixing problems that have been in the too-hard basket for too long;
  • Making government work better by focusing on a customer-centric approach;
  • Giving people access to the highest quality education no matter where you live or what your circumstances may be; and
  • Developing well-connected communities that are complemented by quality local environments. 

Event presentations

Tim Reardon, NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet MP3 | PDF

Moderated discussion MP3

Delegate handout PDF

Meet the keynote speaker

Tim Reardon
Secretary, NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet

Tim Reardon is the Secretary of the NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet. Since taking up the role in 2017, he has led delivering of the Government’s priorities, for the people of NSW, including customer service, driving digital technology, infrastructure delivery and transformation of the public service, with a strong focus on implementation and accountability.

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