Around 85% of the Commission's effort will be directed to supporting the Commissioner achieve the intermediate outcomes. However, the Commission has other responsibilities. They must be done well. In many cases they require dedicated staff and specialised skills. They include residual and other services arising out of Public Service restructuring, required by statute or Cabinet minute, or those that are fully funded by third party revenue. They are:
the management of records and residual liabilities arising from the activities of now disestablished government departments;
the provision of administrative support for the Mainstream Supported Employment Programme;
the provision of accounting services for some small Public Service departments;
services of the Public Sector Training Organisation (PSTO); and
ad hoc reviews undertaken on behalf of the Prime Minister or other Ministers.