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Home News Public sector’s best, brightest honoured with IPAA fellowships
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A new class of national IPAA fellows and young public sector leader awardees were been announced at the 2015 Garran Oration in Sydney on Wednesday night.
The national fellowship is the highest peer-judged award from the Australia public sector’s most prominent professional association, for individuals who have made a substantial contribution to the study or practice of public administration at local, state, national or international levels.
The 2015 IPAA fellows are:
IPAA has also recognised the achievements of outstanding public servants under the age of 40 from the graduates of the ANZSOG executive master of public administration program.
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