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TAGS Victorian public service, IPAA Victoria, Institute of Public Administration Australia Victoria, Federation Square, Gill Callister
No matter where you are in Australia, keep an eye out for the hashtag #publicsectorweek from June 22-26 for discussion and ideas from the inaugural week-long cluster of events from IPAA Victoria.
Public Sector Week, hosted by the Victorian branch of Institute for Public Administration Australia and supported by the Victorian government, begins on Monday with a range of events for anyone interested in the public sector.
Federation Square is serving as the hub for many of the events, but it’s not only for Melbournians. There’s a webinar on open data for governments and regional Victoria is also covered with discussions hosted in Geelong, Ballarat and Bendigo.
Nor for that matter is it only for the Victorian Public Service … there are discussions and events designed for those who work with government, including the broader public sector, the not-for-profit and private sectors.
The Mandarin will be covering many of the discussions, but for those who want to engage but can’t get to the events there are hashtags for many individual events. IPAA Victoria is also recommending #publicsectorweek if you just want to find out what the hot topics are for public sector enthusiasts.
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Harley Dennett is editor at The Mandarin based in Canberra. He's held communications roles in the New South Wales public sector and Defence, and reported for titles including Crikey and the Star Observer.
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