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This audit assessed whether the Office of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations supports good governance in Indigenous corporations consistent with the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) Act 2006.
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
The Government has set 10 challenging results for the public sector to achieve over the next five years.
TEN RESULTS WITHIN FIVE AREAS
Reducing long-term welfare dependence
1. Reduce the number of people who have been on a working...
This audit assessed whether Australian Government entities were implementing effective strategies to support increased Indigenous employment.
Audit objective, scope and criteria
The audit objective was to determine whether Australian Government entities were implementing effective strategies to support increased Indigenous employment.
This paper provides Members of the 57th Parliament of New South Wales with an authoritative overview of 45 key issues affecting the state in 2019. It presents the latest evidence on key areas for the NSW community such as health, education, crime and justice, housing,...
This study aims to further explore this priority capacity building issue to provide insight to the community engagement practices and challenges of rural-remote and Indigenous local government in Australia for the purpose of identifying some practical options for supporting this cohort of councils to help...
‘How can you make decisions about Aboriginal people when you can’t even talk to the people you’ve got here that are blackfellas?’ So ‘Sarah’, a senior Aboriginal public servant, imagines a conversation with the Northern Territory Public Service. Her question suggests tensions...
Improving government service provision is an important factor in achieving social and economic benefits, especially within Indigenous communities. A common feature of government service delivery, both within Australia and internationally, is the use of third party providers, many of whom are not‐for‐profit organisations, to deliver...
Drawing on research in Yamatji country, Western Australia, this paper examines the complex and often contested relationship between mobile Indigenous people living in regional and remote areas and the delivery of State housing, health and education services. The delivery of basic government services to remotely...
This report aims to promote awareness about the performance of government services and help drive improvements.
There are a number of improvements in this year's Report, including the introduction of sector summaries in all broad reporting areas (Early childhood, education and training, Justice, Emergency...