NSW Department of Finance, Services and Innovation

Overview

NSW Department of Finance, Services, and Innovation (DFSI) is a New South Wales Government controlled entity, engaged as a service provider and regulator of government expenditure. The department employs approximately 5,240 full-time equivalent people, operates in New South Wales, and is administered by its head office in Sydney.

The NSW Department of Finance, Services and Innovation (DFSI), operates as a service provider and regulator, which offers the following range of services:

  • NSW Procurement - Procurement activities for state government departments
  • Telco Authority - Radio telecommunication operations for the state government 
  • State Archives & Records - Management and regulation of state records 
  • Heritage - Management of heritage-listed properties
  • Public Works Advisory - Infrastructure services for both state and local governments

The department consists of a number of government departments and divisions, each with responsibilities for a number of state government functions:

  • Government and Corporate Services
  • Fair Trading
  • icare NSW
  • Office of the Registrar General
  • Office of the Secretary
  • Revenue NSW
  • Property and Advisory Group
  • Service NSW
  • ICT and Digital Government

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