Daily Links for June 14, 2018: loyalty lists, fairness fund, Koorie workshops

By The Mandarin

June 14, 2018

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HATCHES, MATCHES & DISPATCHES

+ Remuneration Tribunal bumps salaries of Cth’s top office holders by 2%
+ APS remuneration report released
+ Ex-police officer appointed SA commissioner for victims’ rights
+ Vic govt announces Koorie youth development workshops
+ ‘Calling it a Fairness Fund was asking for trouble’: Ombudsman says good intentions were undone by poor execution

JOB WATCH

Director General role in ACT health system
CEO role at Canberra Hospital and Health Services

UPCOMING EVENTS

Leveraging Executive Female Talent Forum: By Harvard Business School
AgileAus Conference 2018
Creating high quality integrated care that delivers outcomes: A masterclass
Communicating with Impact

WHAT WE’RE READING

Loyalty list compiled by Trump appointee on US govt employees
“A former food and beverage lobbyist-turned-wine blogger under the name ‘Vino Vixen’, has reviewed the social media pages of State Department staffers for signs of ideological deviation.” (Foreign Policy)

Brexit confusion over deal offered to Tory rebels to prevent defeat
“Fresh crisis after the Brexit department denied that she had vowed to give Parliament a say on what happens if she fails to strike a withdrawal agreement with Brussels.” (Politics Home)

Apple to close iPhone security hole that police use to crack devices
“Apple is closing the technological loophole … angering police and other officials and reigniting a debate over whether the government has a right to get into the personal devices that are at the center of modern life.” (New York Times)



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