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Provides an overview of the planned Data Integration Partnership for Australia (DIPA).
This paper is the first in a forthcoming series canvassing issues of importance to the practice of public administration in Commonwealth Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs and is concerned with the structure and function of Indigenous Affairs
Trust in Australia’s information security systems, practices and priorities is essential if we are to make the most of the enormous potential that cyberspace has to offer. Australians expect the online environment to be secure, flexible and responsive to personal needs. Australia’s online presence should...
This report by the Australian Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet identifies the need for the Australian public serice to adance capability in the management of public data.
This wiki was set up for the development of the OGP Australian Government National Action Plan (NAP). It will be used for NAP consultations each 2 years and hibernate in between.
Please refer to the OGPau website for full information about OGP and the...
Outlines the initiatives being introduced as part of the Australian Government's National Innovation and Science Agenda.
There has never been a more exciting time to be an Australian.
Advances in technology are transforming just about every part of our...
About this report
This is the Secretary’s report to the Prime Minister for the financial year ended 30 June 2015.
The report relates to the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet’s (PM&C) performance for 2014–15 against the measures outlined in the...
The Australian Government will announce Australia’s post-2020 emissions reduction target in mid-2015. This paper presents the factors that will be considered when deciding the target, and invites submissions from the public.
Climate change is a global problem that requires a global...
This review analysed the events that led up to the Martin Place siege and the range of interactions the gunman had with agencies including the criminal justice system, beginning with his arrival in Australia.
At around 8.33 am on 15 December...
This review examined Australia's counter-terrorism arrangements and recommends adjustments.
The Commonwealth has strong, well‑coordinated counter‑terrorism (CT) arrangements. Overall, these have been quite successful – although the Martin Place siege and the stabbing of police in Melbourne raise questions.