Output 5 of the PSC Office pertaining to the Performance Management System reads as follows:
“Facilitate a government wide understanding of the use of Performance Based Systems and its competencies for decision making and development of a performance based Public Service”
The priority of the Division for the month of August 2015 was to provide line Ministries with on-site assistance to ensure that they are able to successfully implement the Performance Management System as per the Commission’s directions.
As such, the following provides a brief outline of the activities carried out by the Performance and Contract Management (PCM) Division in the month of August 2015;
'Oku fanongonongo atu heni ke mou mea'i 'oku 'amanaki ke fakahoko 'a e fili 'o e kau Fakafofonga Memipa 'e toko tolu (3) mo e Memipa Talifaki 'e toko ua (2) ki he Poate 'o e Sino'i Pa'anga Malolo 'i he taimi 9:00 pongipongi ki he 4:00 efiafi 'o e 'aho Tu'apulelulu, 24 'o Sepitema, 2015.
Kuo pau ke fili 'e he kau memipa ha kau kanititeiti 'e toko tolu (3) 'o 'enau fili 'i he pepa paloti, 'o faka'ilonga'i mahino 'i he feitu'u 'oku ha atu 'i he tafa'aki 'o e ngaahi hingoa e tolu (3) 'o e kau kanititeiti 'oku nau fiema'u kenau fili ai.
'Oku fakaafe'i atu ke fai mai ha fokotu'u 'o e kau kanititeiti ke hoko ko e kau Fakafofonga Memipa 'e toko tolu (3) mo e ongo Memipa Talifaki 'e toko ua (2) ki he Poate mei he kau memipa 'o e Sino'i Pa'anga Malolo. Ko e kau kanititeiti 'e fokotu'u mai kuo pau ko e;
- Memipa 'o e Sino'i Pa'anga Malolo
- Fokotu'u mai 'e he kau memipa 'o e Sino'i Pa'anga Malolo 'o 'ikai toe si'i hifo 'i he toko 20
Mrs. Mele Tupou Vaitohi, of Lofanga Ha'apai and Houma Tongatapu has been appointed as the Chief Executive Officer for the Ministry of Justice. Mrs. Vaitohi's employment by Government is for a period of three (3) years with effect from 17 July, 2015.
She has a Masters Degree in Law from Queen Mary, University of London; a Professional Diploma in Legal Practice; and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Law - both from the University of the South Pacific.
Her career in the public service began in 2003 as Legal Officer for the Ministry of Justice, Tonga. She was then seconded to work at the Crown Law Department between 2005 and 2009. She later joined the Office of the Public Service Commission in January, 2010 as Principal Assistant Secretary. Later on the same year, she joined the Office of the Legislative Assembly of Tonga as Clerk Assistant then Deputy Clerk. Mrs. Tupou Vaitohi has come back to the public service after serving as a Lecturer at the School of Law, The University of the South Pacific.