- provides professional services
- sets and influences adherence to standards for an effective government communication system
- drives coherent government messaging
- proactively communicates with the public about government policies, plans programmes and achievements.
To be the pulse of communication excellence in government.
To provide professional services, to set and influence adherence to standards for an effective government communication system, drive coherent government messaging and to proactively communicate with the public about government policies, plans programmes and achievements.
The Government Communication and Information System (GCIS) was officially launched in May 1998. It was established in terms of Section 7 (subsection 2 and 3) of the Public Service Act, 1994 [PDF] 211 kb as amended.
Read more about:
- Structure of the GCIS. An organogram of the GCIS is provided, linking to more information about GCIS units, with information about managers, functions and responsibilities of units.
- Information on how to access information in GCIS , including the Access to Information Manual.
- History of GCIS. Information about the Comtask processes which culminated in the launch of GCIS.
- Human resource management. Representivity statistics are provided and jobs are advertised here. Some of the GCIS human resource policies are also provided.
- Strategic documents related to the GCIS 's mission and vision, such as the corporate strategy, annual reports and briefings to the Portfolio Committee on Communications.
- Procurement. Find latest tenders advertised and tenders awarded, tender procedures and information on the process to register as service provider for the GCIS.
- Ministry to which the GCIS reports, namely the Minister of Communications. Information is provided on the relevant Minister and Deputy Minister, including contact information, a short profile and speeches and statements.