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The Juice — your daily concentrate of public sector information

Welcome to The Juice — the most important email in your inbox each day.

The Mandarin is the new venue for public sector leaders. As publisher Tom Burton explained on day one, our mission is simple:

“We want The Mandarin to be the place that connects and helps people manage Australia better — for intelligent showcasing, discussion, collaboration and learning about public work and the people and many challenges behind it.”

A month into the project, our website is bursting with content from our dedicated reporting team and experienced industry partners in the government space. We’re highlighting the most innovative policy work, exploring the most pressing management issues and debating the future of the public sector in Australia. The Crane features the smartest minds at the top of the bureaucracy; The Coach offers practical career advice and professional development. And there’s many more features to come.

The Juice is your daily concentrate, a quick-read bulletin of breaking news and analysis — plus the best case studies and thought leadership just one click away. It will arrive in your inbox late afternoon each day — read it at your desk, save it for the ride home (The Juice, like The Mandarin, is responsive to mobile and tablet browsing) or catch up the next day.

And if you haven’t already, take out a 90-day free trial to access all our content. We think you’ll like what you find.

Our goal is to make this daily briefing vital intelligence for your work as public sector leaders. It will evolve over time, driven by feedback from you. Join our community of commenters on the website, via LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and Google+, or drop me a line with your thoughts. We’re in this for you, so let us know what you want from us …

Author Bio

Jason Whittaker

Jason Whittaker is managing editor of The Mandarin based in Melbourne. He has written for and edited political, business and culture publications for a decade. He spent two years as editor of sister Private Media publication Crikey.