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By Duncan Maclennan and Hal Pawson
There’s a growing sense that core aspects of the governmental mindset that have underpinned housing policy since the 1980s are long overdue for a rethink.
By Barbara Pocock
The reworked industrial relations system — and the social, cultural, economic and labour market context in which it sits — has reshaped power at work.
By Laura Davy and Ariella Meltzer
Is a critical ingredient to the success of the National Disability Insurance Scheme being neglected? Laura Davy and Ariella Meltzer argue that under current policy…
By Max Rixe
Decision-makers often rely on specialists to translate their understanding of the issue to paper. Without clear writing, the problem solving process collapses.
By Ricoh Australia
New research shows almost two-thirds of Australian organisations say their current systems and processes aren’t clear and consistent or are a “patchwork of tools”.
By Michael Woods and Sarah Wise
While some may argue to uncap the number of home care places, and replicate parts of the health system by providing free care for all,…
By The Mandarin
Hosted by Harley Dennett, Editor of The Mandarin, our panel includes Facebook’s Associate General Counsel on Data Protection, a privacy lawyer and a global business consultant.
The rules for use and sharing of data by federal agencies has a new complication, with new principles released today by the Morrison government that…
By Coral Gartner and Tony Blakely
Here in Australia, it’s currently illegal to buy e-cigarettes that contain nicotine without a prescription. That’s not the case in countries like the UK, USA,…
By Michael Schwager
The public service is not immune to the pressures that exist for all businesses and organisations as we enter into an increasingly complex and digital…
By Denis Rose
It is time for the Federal Indigenous Protected Areas and Indigenous Rangers programs to be moved back to the Department of Environment, otherwise we risk…
By Stephen Duckett
Large out-of-pocket dental costs means two million Australians each year defer visits to a dentist or miss out on dental care. Poorer people are more…
By Maria Katsonis
Trust, transparency, data ethics, regulatory frameworks and empowering people to manage their data all feature in discussions about the online privacy and data management landscape.
Tax commissioner Chris Jordan has welcomed the Inspector-General of Taxation’s finding that the Australian Taxation Office did not embark on a “cash grab” using unfair…
By Jodie McVernon
With the increase of global travel and trade, new infections can spread rapidly across countries and continents. The need to prepare pandemic response plans that…