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The head of the Northern Territory's combined fire, rescue and emergency services agency is reportedly under internal investigation, according to a Darwin newspaper, 18 months…
Calling national, state and local government: the United Nations wants to hear what you're doing to improve public service delivery.
The Queensland Government is offering a strategic, service driven leadership opportunity to an individual seeking to significantly contribute to better outcomes for Queenslanders by giving…
Bureaucratic changes that followed the re-election of the Palaszczuk government in Queensland late last year have opened up a few senior positions, including three departmental heads.
Are you able to craft customer experience and competitive advantage through digital revolution for Australia’s national capital?…
Office plants can do wonders for health and wellbeing in the workplace, given how long many of us spend in decidedly unnatural indoor environments. PhD…
A special scholarship that will cover a large chunk of the fees for a Master of Public Administration at University College London is up for…
A few interesting public sector appointments have taken place over recent weeks, while a lot of us were on holiday.
Open-plan offices aren't so bad, argues researcher Gemma Irving, especially if your team figures out rules that make it work in everyone's favour.
Shape and elevate the next chapter of a leading research and capacity building institution in the Asia-Pacific region.
Administrative orders to rearrange Commonwealth departments following the recent ministerial reshuffle show the extent of powers being moved into the new Department of Homeland Affairs.
There's a big difference between measuring what’s been done and what’s been achieved. Knowing how and when to use an outcomes-based approach cuts to the…
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced his long-anticipated December reshuffle yesterday.
There will be 18 public service departments -- with a few new names -- in the second Palaszczuk Queensland government last week's administrative arrangements revealed.
It comes after Councillor Tessa Sullivan resigned from the council on Friday, effective immediately. The council issued a statement on behalf of Cr Sullivan revealing…
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