OCSC Vision :
OCSC Annual Report 2012 - PDF File
Members of the Civil Service Commission or CSC are appointed by the King. Main responsibilities of the CSC include giving advice to the Council of Ministers on policies and standards of public sector human resource management, as well as formulating policies, issuing rules, regulations and directives concerning human resource management in accordance with Civil Service Act.
The roles of the CSC are crucial to the overall government administration in terms of acquiring and retaining high quality civil servants for present and future needs including giving moral support and inspiring officials to work for top performance to achieve the government policies and attain the success of the country.
The CSC comprises ex officio commissioners, with the Prime Minister or Deputy Prime Minister designated by the Prime Minister as Chair person, Permanent Secretary of Ministry of Finance, Budget director of the Bureau of the Budget, Secretary General of the Office of the Social and Economic Development Commission, and qualified commissioners, neither fewer than five nor more than seven, appointed by the King, in the fields of human resource management, administration and management, and laws, with Secretary General of the Office of the Civil Service Commissionas commissioner and secretary.
Civil Service Commission (CSC)
Ex officio Commissioners
|1. Prime Minister or Deputy Prime Minister designated by the Prime Minister||Chairperson|
|2. Permanent Secretary of Ministry of Finance||Commissioner|
|3. Budget Director of Bureau of the Budget||Commissioner|
|4. Secretary-General of the Office of the Social and Economic Development Commission||Commissioner|
|5. Cecretary-General of the Office of the Civil Service Commission||Commissioner and secretary|
6. and Qualified Commissioners 5 - 7 persons
The Office of the Civil Service Commission or the OCSC is a government agency attached to the Office of the Prime Minister, with the Secretary-General of the CSC as the superior official in charge of the administration of the OCSC, directly accountable to the Prime Minister.
The OCSC acts as a secretariat to the Civil Service Commission (CSC) and as a central human resource management agency in the government service, supporting government agencies and provinces in human resource management and merit system protection. Its main purpose is to enhance work quality, working environment and better quality of life of government officials. It also focuses on professional performance based upon the principles of merit, ethics and good governance for the public benefits and sustainable development of the country.