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2003/04 – 2005/06 SERVICE PLAN
Public Service Employee Relations Commission

Photograph -- Honourable Sandy Santori.I have the honour to present the Service Plan for the Public Service Employee Relations Commission for the fiscal years 2003/04 to 2005/06.

The next three years will continue to be a time of significant change for British Columbia with reform of all our public services. The strategic shifts in the business and organization of government is producing dramatic change. The Public Service Employee Relations Commission will play an important role in managing this change while concurrently developing and implementing a sustainable Human Resource strategy to support the renewal of the public service and move toward a new structure for Human Resource management and administration. These initiatives are of fundamental importance as a professional, effective public service is the foundation upon which the government carries out its priorities and meets its objectives.

I am excited about the directions reflected in this plan and look forward to reporting on them in the years to come.

Respectfully submitted,

Honourable Sandy Santori
Minister of Management Services and
Minister Responsible for the Public Service Employee Relations Commission

February 10, 2003


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