Australian Public Service Commission (APSC)

We work to be a valued, credible and trusted partner to the Australian Public Service – promoting high standards of accountability, effectiveness and performance of the APS now and into the future. 

The Latest

Stay up to date on the latest developments and areas of focus from the APSC.

A printed copy of the Diversity and Inclusion Report 2022 spread out on a table

The Australian Public Service Commission Diversity and Inclusion report details the findings of the research conducted into the diversity and inclusiveness of the Australian Public Service in 2021.

Text says Australian Public Service Commission Corporate plan 2022-26 with a series of different coloured hexagons underneath

The Commission stands ready to meet and address emerging workforce challenges, working collaboratively as a valued and trusted partner to the APS. Our 2022–23 Corporate Plan outlines how we will deliver against this aim.

Current initiatives

The APS Academy is a network hub of learning and development excellence for the APS. Access resources, courses and experience from across the APS to build craft capabilities.

A formal professions model established to increase APS workforce capability for employees in critical areas of the APS.

Connecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People with Australian Government Jobs

Information about learning and development in the APS, including the APS Learning and Development Strategy, the APS Learning Board, and the leadership and APS craft capability development available through the APS Academy.

The APSC collects workforce information in a number of different ways to provide a full picture of the APS workforce.

The workforce information we collect is collated and provided back to agencies to enable them to manage their workforce.

Upcoming events

The APSC delivers a range of events that aim to inform and inspire APS employees of all levels. Watch this space for upcoming events.

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