The Office of the Public Service Commission is one of the Government of the Kingdom of Tonga's central agencies, comprising of 45 permanent staff and responsible for administering human resource services to over 4000 public servants. 

The Public Service Commission was established with the passing of the Public Service Act (2002) and was a major initiative of the Government under its Economic and Public Sector Reform Programme. A review of the Commission and legislation in 2010 resulted in the Public Service (Ammendment) Act 2010 which revised regulations and facilitated an environment of more robust policy instruction and daily operations for the Public Service. 

The current vision of the Commission as stated 2017 is ‘To be a trusted, respected and internationally reputed Public Service’ with an accompanying mission to ‘deliver quality services with passion, integrity and efficiency using enabling platforms’.  

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