The PSC Office met with officials from the Ministry of Education and Training on Friday 27th May 2022. The meeting was convened to discuss and answer questions relating to Remuneration and Performance. The meeting was chaired by Deputy CEO for Primary Schools Division, Mr. Hepeti Takeifanga and attended by all the Primary School Principals in Tongatapu. Representing the CEO of the Commission was Deputy CEO for Remuneration and Human Resources, Mr. Franz Koenig Tuúhetoka as well as other PSC representatives. This meeting highlighted the PSC’s desire and commitment to strengthening work relations with all line Ministries in an “enabling capacity”. The PSC Office hopes to continue working collaboratively with the Ministry of Education and Training and all other ministries moving forward.





The Induction Training Programs for sixty-two (62) new Government employees from various Ministries was conducted on Wednesday, 25th May 2022 at the Basilica of St. Anthony Padua Conference Room. The second program for this week was held on Thursday, 26th May 2022 a special Induction Training at the ECE Hall – Pahu, for fifty-three (53) new teachers from the Ministry of Education and Training. The Office of the Public Service Commission acknowledges the continuous support towards the Induction Programs from the;

• Retirement Fund Board (Tevita Veituna & Fe’ofa’aki Fusikata)

• Ministry of Finance (Melisa Pulu & Veisinia Mafi) and the

• Ministry of Revenue and Customs (Pita Tu’ivai, Faka’anaua Moala & Mele Mahe)

PSC Signage Board Unveiling

25 May 2022. Since the devastation of TC Gita in early 2018, we had no choice but to relocate temporarily and await the completion of the renovations to our beloved Home Office. We finally returned home in July 2021 after a 3 year nomadic experience, moving from one building to another. When we had moved from Tungi Colonnade to the PTH Office Suite in July 2020, we could not take our signage board with us. Now that we have settled back in to our home, we have been working on the installation of our signage board.

We give full credit to Fililava ScreenPrinting for the ingenuity and working through the night to have our sign greet the people of Tonga early this morning. We are filled with pride as we walk through our front gate knowing that we identify with the Tonga Public Service Commission, now more than before. A big heartfelt “THANK YOU” goes out to Teo and the team for making this possible, this would not have been possible without you.

We are here to serve you and now it easier than ever to find the PSC Office. Come visit us now!!!!