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Prominent women at VicHealth, the World Health Organization and Airservices Australia have been recognised as emerging public sector leaders in national leadership awards.
If a department is fixed on a significant community project, an inflexible approach could lead to many roadblocks. More strategic thinking is needed.
While government needs to step up to offer online initiatives that meet the level expected by society, there are risks of identity theft, privacy and…
EXCLUSIVE: The new broom at Victoria's Department of Premier and Cabinet has begun sweeping. Chris Eccles announces the biggest shake-up bureaucrats have seen.
Centrelink staff will manage new disaster relief payments for South Australians impacted by bushfires this week. The Department of Human Services has swung into action.
A Queensland election has been called for January 31, with Premier Campbell Newman attempting to win a second term despite big polling swings to Labor.
Trade with Asia may be booming but Australian business invests more in New Zealand than all of south-east Asia, revealing a woeful level of real…
In the ever-changing military landscape it is vital to have an agile strategy. But this flexible approach can inform many sectors of government, according to…
Emergency services officers have been praised for their efforts in ending the deadly Martin Place siege, with thanks also for public servants involved in the…
Leadership in a time of rapid change; contestability frameworks to improve delivery; how digital changes the game -- a thought leadership series from KPMG’s Paul…
KMPG’s Global Head of Government Paul Kirby offers his thoughts on giving the public choice, making markets, ensuring fairness and accountability. I think the key…
From funding to jobs, medicine, health and education, digitisation is completely transforming how the public service looks, explains Paul Kirby, KPMG’s global head of government.
With government structures changing, along with digitisation and other challenges, investment in leadership matters more than ever. A thought leadership series from KPMG.
Stephen Sedgwick will finish his term as the Commonwealth's public sector commissioner next month. His replacement walks into a hardline negotiation period over pay.
Rather than reacting, legislation really needs to look forward. But the process is more complex than it first appears. Drafting for future flexibility is key.
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