Minister for Customer Service and Digital Government
The Minister for Customer Service and Digital Government is a minister in the Government of New South Wales responsible for administering legislation and policy in relation to the state's revenues, consumer affairs regulations, innovation policy, property and housing administration, co-operative societies, and government records in New South Wales, Australia. The minister's responsibilities also include matters relating to government services and service delivery, and their improvement.
|Minister for Customer Service and Digital Government|
|Department of Customer Service|
|Nominator||Premier of New South Wales|
|Appointer||Governor of New South Wales|
|Inaugural holder||Greg Pearce (as Minister for Finance and Services)|
|Formation||3 April 2011|
The current Minister for Customer Service and Digital Government is Victor Dominello, since 2 April 2019, having previously served as the Minister for Finance, Services and Property from January 2017 until April 2019. The minister is assisted in that role by Eleni Petinos, the Minister for Fair Trading, appointed with effect from 21 December 2021.
Together, the ministers administer their portfolio through the Customer Service cluster, in particular the Department of Customer Service, Service NSW, the Office of Fair Trading, the State Records Authority, NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, Liquor & Gaming NSW, and a range of other government agencies.
Ultimately the ministers are responsible to the Parliament of New South Wales.
List of ministersEdit
Customer service and digital governmentEdit
The following individuals have served as Minister for Customer Service and Digital Government, or any precedent titles:
|Ministerial title||Minister ||Party||Ministry||Term start||Term end||Time in office||Notes|
|Minister for Services||John Waddy||Liberal||Lewis (1) (2)||3 January 1975||23 January 1976||1 year, 20 days|
|Minister for Services||Ron Mulock||Labor||Wran (1)||14 May 1976||10 February 1977||272 days|
|William Haigh||10 February 1977||19 October 1978||1 year, 251 days|
|Bill Crabtree||Wran (2) (3)||19 October 1978||2 October 1981||2 years, 348 days|
|Peter Anderson||Wran (4)||2 October 1981||26 May 1982||236 days|
|Minister for the State Plan [a]||Linda Burney||Labor||Keneally||8 December 2009||28 March 2011||1 year, 110 days|||
|Minister for Finance and Services||Greg Pearce||Liberal||O'Farrell||3 April 2011||1 August 2013||2 years, 120 days|
|Andrew Constance||1 August 2013||23 April 2014||265 days|
|Dominic Perrottet||Baird (1)||23 April 2014||2 April 2015||2 years, 282 days|
|Minister for Finance, Services and Property||Baird (2)||2 April 2015||30 January 2017|
|Victor Dominello||Berejiklian (1)||30 January 2017||23 February 2019||6 years, 3 days|||
|Minister for Customer Service||Berejiklian (2)
|2 April 2019||31 March 2021|||
|Minister for Customer Service and Digital||31 March 2021||21 December 2021|
|Minister for Customer Service and Digital Government||Perrottet (2)||21 December 2021||incumbent|||
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