Labor says a campaign by two Tasmanian Liberals to bring more Australian Public Service jobs to the state has failed.
The latest State of the Service Report from the Australian Public Service Commission shows 69 Australian public service jobs in Tasmania have been lost in the last year.
Tasmanian Labor senator Carol Brown said 123 jobs had left the state since Tasmanian Liberal senator Jonathon Duniam launched a campaign with Tasmanian Treasurer Peter Gutwein to attract more federal public service jobs to the state.
She said there had been a reduction of 615 Australian Public Service jobs in Tasmania since the Liberal Government was elected in the 2013 federal election.
"In a state where there are just 1800 vacant jobs available for 46,200 people who are looking for work or need more hours, the last thing we need is a government that continues to cut good public service jobs," Senator Brown said.
Tasmanian Liberal senator Jonathon Duniam said there had been 21,700 jobs created in Tasmania since 2013 with total employment now at 251,600.
"More Tasmanians have jobs now than ever before," he said.
The State of the Service Report shows 105 people within the public service moved to Tasmania in 2018-19 including 41 people from the Australian Capital Territory and 31 people from Victoria.
There are 147,237 people employed in the Australian Public Service, including 3626 in Tasmania - or 2.5 per cent of the overall headcount.