The superannuation arrangements for Western Australian Public Sector employees and employers are provided through legislation and policies administered by the State Treasurer, with assistance from the Department of Treasury (Treasury).
State public sector employees have superannuation contributions paid by their employer to either the superannuation fund of their choice, or their agency’s default fund. For most agencies, the default fund is a State Public Sector superannuation scheme.
Find out about super entitlements for State public sector employees.
State public sector employers have a range of obligations to meet when paying employer superannuation contributions on behalf of their employees, as required by State legislation and agreements.
Find out about the superannuation obligations of State public sector employers.
The public sector superannuation schemes provided for public sector employees include the superannuation schemes and retirement products administered by the Government Employees Superannuation Board (GESB) and the Fire and Emergency Services Superannuation Board (FESS Board), the Parliamentary Pension Scheme for current and former Members of State Parliament, and the Judges’ Pension Scheme for current and former members of the Western Australian judiciary.
Find out about the Western Australian public sector superannuation schemes.
Oversight and policy advice for the State’s public sector superannuation arrangements are provided by Treasury to the Treasurer, through legislation development and management, implementation of superannuation reforms, and the prudential regulation and oversight of GESB and the Government Employees Superannuation Fund (GES Fund).
Find out about State superannuation legislation, policy and reforms.