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Productivity Commission

Owning Institution:

The Productivity Commission is the Australian government's independent research and advisory body on a range of economic, social and environmental issues affecting the welfare of Australians.

Discussion paper

Review of the National School Reform Agreement: call for submissions

The Productivity Commission has commenced a review of the National School Reform Agreement. The review will examine how well national policy initiatives by the Australian, and State and Territory Governments, have achieved the objectives and outcomes set out in the Agreement. This call for submissions...
Discussion paper

Indirect employment in aged care: issues paper

The Productivity Commission has commenced a study into employment models in aged care, and the effects that policies and procedures to preference the direct employment of aged care workers would have on the sector. The Commission has released this issues paper to guide people in...
Report collection

Report on Government Services 2022

The annual Report on Government Services (RoGS) provides information on the equity, effectiveness and efficiency of government services in Australia.

Report on Government Services 2022: Community services - Chapter 15 Services for people with disability

This section of the annual Productivity Commission assessment of government services reports on the Australian, State and Territory governments’ assistance provided to people with disability and their carers.
Discussion paper

National Housing and Homelessness Agreement Review: issues paper

The review of the National Housing and Homelessness Agreement will examine how well the Australian, State and Territory Governments have achieved the objectives, outcomes and outputs set out in the Agreement, and the suitability of the Agreement for the future. This issues paper has been...