|Groups||Cabinet, Communications and Corporate||03 9651 5003||The Cabinet, Communications and Corporate group is responsible for providing core whole of government and departmental services. The group is responsible for overseeing Cabinet management, strategic communications, engagement and protocol (including behavioural insights), corporate governance, public sector reform and the department's corporate services.|
|Groups||Digital Victoria||03 9651 5111||Digital Victoria is responsible for driving digital transformation across government, making it easier for business, communities and citizens to connect with government. Digital Victoria guides and supports the public service to work in more collaborative and agile ways to better serve the people of Victoria. The group is responsible for digital strategy (including digital identity), transformation, design and innovation, cyber security, the Victorian Centre for Data Insights and shared government IT services.|
|Groups||Economic Policy and State Productivity||03 9651 5067||The Economic Policy and State Productivity group is responsible for economic development and strategy, regional and local government outcomes, international engagement, transport infrastructure, planning, priority precincts, and energy, agriculture, resources and environment policy. The group also provides advice across these portfolio areas to maximise the economic and social benefits of government policy.|
|Groups||First Peoples – State Relations||03 9651 5111||The First Peoples – State Relations Group is a newly established group within DPC, responsible for nation leading work in the areas of cultural rights, self-determination, treaty and truth – an extensive program of priority work with First Peoples. We recognise Victoria's First Peoples as the self-determining drivers of Aboriginal affairs in Victoria. We are committed to building ongoing, just and respectful relationships between self-determining First Peoples and the State as a priority focus.|
|Groups||Industrial Relations Victoria||03 9651 5111||The Industrial Relations Victoria (IRV) group is responsible for managing public sector industrial relations, advising on private sector matters, developing regulatory and policy solutions, and overseeing public sector enterprise bargaining and dispute management. The group is also responsible for implementing and ensuring compliance with laws governing long service leave, child employment and owner drivers. IRV works with industry and unions to promote positive industrial relations and improve the working standards and conditions of all Victorians.|
|Groups||Legal, Legislation and Governance||03 9651 5111||Comprising Governance Branch and the Office of the General Counsel (OGC), the Legal Legislation and Governance group unifies DPC's efforts to promote good government, sound risk management, and high-quality decision and policy-making.|
Governance Branch provides leadership, advice, and support to the Premier, the Minister for Government Services, the Secretary, DPC and the broader public sector on transparent, accountable and effective government. Through its four teams (Public Sector Governance, Institutions of Government, Public Sector Workforce and the Victorian Independent Remuneration Tribunal Secretariat), Governance Branch supports the effective administration of government, and promotes and protects good governance, government integrity and accountability, as well as trust in public institutions.
|Branches||Office of the Secretary||03 9651 5111||The Office of the Secretary (OTS) supports the Secretary's leadership of DPC and the VPS. The Office also manages the DLO's for the Premier's Private Office (PPO) and other portfolio Ministerial Offices.|
|Branches||Recovery Tracking and Analytics||03 9651 5111||The Recovery Tracking and Analytics Branch (RTAB) will work with central agency groups to track and assess the implementation of priority initiatives, while also identifying and resolving delivery challenges.|
|Groups||Social Policy and Intergovernmental Relations||03 9651 6420||The Social Policy group is responsible for Aboriginal Victoria and Aboriginal affairs policy, as well as education, justice, health, human services and advice regarding the National Disability Insurance Scheme. The group is also responsible for contributing to the development of strategic social services reforms and monitoring, coordinating the Mental Health Royal Commission and reporting on the delivery of Royal Commission into Family Violence recommendation.|
The Social Policy and Intergovernmental Relations (SPIR) group brings together social policy expertise with coordination of the State's intergovernmental relations. SPIR is responsible for intergovermental relations and the education, justice, health, families, fairness and housing, and community, security and emergency management portfolios. SPIR also leads oversight and coordination of the COVID-19 pandemic response efforts, and coordiantion of the Government's response to the Royal Commission into Victoria's Mental Health System. The group is also responsible for contributing to the development of strategic social services reforms.