FIJI will continue to share its experience in civil service reforms with other Pacific Island countries.
And with Fiji's participation in the Public Service Commissioners' Conference underway in Apia, Samoa, Fiji has been identified as one of the countries to report on its significant reform approaches in the areas of workforce capability and training.
In an Information Ministry statement, Public Service Commission permanent secretary Parmesh Chand said Fiji was expected to showcase its reform activities and strategies towards selected key governance areas pertaining to the conference theme.
"We will share our experiences with our neighbouring countries and also hear and learn from their experiences," Mr Chand said.
"As a result, we will be enriched with new ideas and change initiatives for improved delivery of services to ordinary members of the public."
The statement said the theme for this year's conference is Public Service role in Social, Economic, Cultural and Institutional change within the Pacific.
Mr Chand said speakers would present on the theme and member countries would have the opportunity to reflect the same in their country reports.
The statement said Fiji was chosen as chair of the PPSEA at the 10th PPSCC conference held in Majuro, Marshall Islands in August last year.