The Ministry of Central Services provides a wide array of internal government services to over 12,000 government employees. Its main lines of business are human resources, accommodations, transportation and IT services.
In addition to its internal programs, Central Services provides a variety of services to the public and businesses. These include job hiring, the purchase of goods and services from the private sector and the disposal of used government equipment.
The Government of Saskatchewan announced today the celebration of Archives Week from February 2 to 8, 2014.Read More
Dr. Gordon Barnhart has been appointed to undertake a review of the naming policy for government-owned buildings and the naming of geographic features pursuant to The Heritage Property Act on behalf of the Ministries of Central Services and Parks, Culture and Sport.Read More
Saskatchewan Air Ambulance patients can now expect even better care and efficient service thanks to a new, larger hangar facility for the program at the Saskatoon airport. The move will improve workplace safety for Lifeguard staff and ensure quick emergency response times for those in need.Read More
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Government counsels more than 1,200 employees each year through its Employee and Family Assistance Plan.