Secretary Announce Achievements

Secretary Ms. Taies Sansan has announced a number of achievements by the Department in the past 9 months. Secretary Sansan announced these achievements when addressing the staff during a staff gathering on the eve of Independence to commemorate the 46th Independence anniversary.

Ms Sansan said, despite the continued challenges brought on by covid-19 – the department managed to achieve in the last 9 months the following milestones; launched and piloted the HR Business Process in Lae for the Momase Region; Launched the long term plan for the Public Service the Human Resource Development Strategic Plan 2020 – 2050; in collaboration with PILAG launched the Public Sector Training Policy for the Public Service, in consultation with the PNG Civil Registry (NID) completed 90 percent of public servants in NCD and DPM being one of 10 departments who have completed its NID 100 percent; Executive recruitment & performance management system progressed work on the online XMS system to be in use soon as soon as all formalities are completed; MIS improved displaying databases with the development of DPM HR database system, time and attendance system, database for public servants who will resign to contest the 2022 General Elections; Development of the dashboard whole of government PE trends on the government payroll system; PSMA Amendment Bill 2021 passed in August sitting of parliament; Medical & Life Insurance – with State Solicitor for clearance; Public Service Housing – work in progress for 1,000 allotments at the identified Bomana CIS land under a PPP arrangement with IFC; DPM housing arrangement with National Planning (10 houses) & NHC approved 100 allotments for DPM officers at Duran Farm- MOU to be signed soon.

Secretary Sansan also used the occasion to thank all her deputies, EMT members, managers and all staff for their contributions thus far. She also warned staff who continue to defy simple public service rules in their attitude towards work especially to time and attendance to step up. She told staff that she will be taking a strong stand against staff who fall in this category that such attitude will not be tolerated during her tenure in office

“I urge you all to use this celebration to reflect on yourself and how you can make that little step to contribute meaningfully to your work as staff of DPM but more so as a public servant. With the backdrop of celebrating our political independence – let us take time to reflect on ourselves as Papua New Guineans especially as public servants as we are part and parcel of the development of our country. Collectively, our contributions can make a big difference in how we want to see our country in the next 10 to 20 years. Making that effort to come to work on time, making every effort to complete your daily tasks, taking the time to observe what is required of you under the General Orders in terms of your conduct may not seem important but it actually contributes to the bigger picture of what is required of us as public servants”.

Secretary Sansan further stated that as staff of a lead agency like DPM who have launched the public service long term plan the HRDSP 2020-2050 and as custodians of the plan, it is important to take charge of work towards achieving the plan.

Secretary Sansan also echoed Prime Minister Hon. James Marape and Public Service Minister Hon. Joe Sungi’s public statements on the need to make the public service efficient and effective.

Secretary Sansan told staff that they have constantly issued public statements on the need to make the public service efficient and effective. She said, it begs the question of whether public servants are making sure that we are efficient and effective in our line of duty.

In her final remarks Ms Sansan urged staff to make the effort to do the following, “Rise up When You Can, Step Up In All We Do, and Speak Up When We Should”.

She told staff that the motto of the Department is “Rise Up, Step Up, Speak Up” and that is what all staff should be practicing

Secretary Sansan also echoed Prime Minister Hon. James Marape and Public Service Minister Hon. Joe Sungi’s public statements on the need to make the public service efficient and effective.

Secretary Sansan told staff that they have constantly issued public statements on the need to make the public service efficient and effective. She said, it begs the question of whether public servants are making sure that we are efficient and effective in our line of duty.

In her final remarks Ms Sansan urged staff to make the effort to do the following, “Rise up When You Can, Step Up In All We Do, and Speak Up When We Should”.

She told staff that the motto of the Department is “Rise Up, Step Up, Speak Up” and that is what all staff should be practicing.

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