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Over the course of the Howard Government, the Australian Public Service was accused with increasing frequency of failing to strike a balance between telling the government what it wants to know and telling the government what it needs to know. Is there a...
The winds of change are once again blowing through Canberra. Every two decades or so, the federal bureaucracy is encouraged to take a good hard look at itself with a view to reforming how it is organised and operates.
In the community of public...
In his contribution to a symposium on the 2002-03 federal budget, Ian McAuley argues that the federal government's Intergenerational Report (budget paper #5) exposes the narrowness of Commonwealth budgetary policy. It is concerned with budget expenditures only, rather than the community's total health care costs....