State Services Commission

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The State Services Commission (SSC) (Māori: Te Komihana O Ngā Tari Kāwanatanga) is the central public service department of New Zealand charged with overseeing, managing, and improving the performance of the State sector of New Zealand and its organisations.wikipedia
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The State Services Commission (SSC) (Māori: Te Komihana O Ngā Tari Kāwanatanga) is the central public service department of New Zealand charged with overseeing, managing, and improving the performance of the State sector of New Zealand and its organisations.

Crown entity

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Following the Review of the Centre in 2001, the State Sector Amendment Act (No 2) 2004 and the Crown Entities Act 2004 extended the role of the Commissioner beyond the Public Service to the wider State Services (such as Crown entities, but not Crown Research Institutes), and beyond State Services to the wider state sector.
This table is based on one from the State Services Commission.

Paul Verschaffelt

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Paul Desiré Nestor Verschaffelt (21 May 1887 – 16 February 1959) was a barrister, solicitor, and the third Public Service Commissioner in New Zealand.

William R. Morris

William Russell Morris
William Russell Morris (1853–1936) was the second Public Service Commissioner in New Zealand.

John H. Boyes

John Henry Boyes
John Henry Boyes (6 March 1886 – 1 July 1958) was the fifth Public Service Commissioner in New Zealand.

Richard Mitchelson Campbell

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Richard Mitchelson Campbell (28 August 1897 – 17 November 1974), often known as Dick Campbell, was a New Zealand economist, civil servant (holding the position of Chairman of the Public Service Commissioner), and diplomat.

Thomas Mark

Thomas Mark (11 July 1887 - 9 June 1941) was the fourth Public Service Commissioner in New Zealand.

Donald Robertson (New Zealand)

Donald Robertson
Donald Robertson (1860 – 31 May 1942) was the first Public Service Commissioner in New Zealand.

George T. Bolt

George Thomas Bolt
George Thomas Bolt (1900 – 20 March 1971) was a Chairman of the Public Service Commissioner in New Zealand from 1953 to 1958.

Leonard A. Atkinson

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Leonard Allan Atkinson (6 December 1906 – 14 January 1998) was a Chairman of the Public Service Commission and Chairman of the State Services Commission in New Zealand.

Ian G. Lythgoe

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Ian Gordon Lythgoe (30 December 1914 – 16 February 2000) was a Chairman of the State Services Commission in New Zealand.

Robin M. Williams

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Robert Martin "Robin" Williams, CB, CBE (30 March 1919 – 18 March 2013) was a Chairman of the State Services Commission in New Zealand from 1975 to 1981.

Michael Wintringham

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He served as State Services Commissioner, head of New Zealand's public service, from 1997 to 2004.

Mark Prebble

He was the State Services Commissioner, head of New Zealand's public service from May 2004 until 30 June 2008.

Cabinet of New Zealand

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The Hunt Commission recommended the establishment of a Board of Management under Cabinet to have 'absolute and undisputed power' in 'all matters relating to the control and management of the Service – ... appointments, salaries, promotion, suspensions, dismissals, and indeed everything affecting officers – '.

Iain Rennie

Iain Robert Rennie
Iain Robert Rennie (born 1964) was appointed as the State Services Commissioner of the New Zealand public service in 2008 succeeding Mark Prebble.

State Sector Act 1988

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The State Sector Act 1988 reverted to having a single State Services Commissioner, adding the position of Deputy State Services Commissioner.

Adrian G. Rodda

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He joined the Public Service Commission in 1946 as an inspector, and became Chairman of the Commission in 1967.

Roderick Deane

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In 1986 Deane became Chairman of the State Services Commission, effectively the head of New Zealand's public service.

Crown Entities Act 2004

Following the Review of the Centre in 2001, the State Sector Amendment Act (No 2) 2004 and the Crown Entities Act 2004 extended the role of the Commissioner beyond the Public Service to the wider State Services (such as Crown entities, but not Crown Research Institutes), and beyond State Services to the wider state sector.

Don Hunn

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Hunn returned to New Zealand in 1982 as a State Services Commissioner.

Māori language

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The State Services Commission (SSC) (Māori: Te Komihana O Ngā Tari Kāwanatanga) is the central public service department of New Zealand charged with overseeing, managing, and improving the performance of the State sector of New Zealand and its organisations.

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Section 3 of the Act specifies that the Commissioner is to be appointed by the Governor-General in Council on the recommendation of the Prime Minister.