Tom Ravlic is a freelance investigative journalist.
By Tom Ravlic
A UN report on Afghanistan is compelling justification for the federal government to get Afghan employees who worked for Australians away from the Taliban.
Treasury has an excellent opportunity to rationalise our financial statement audit regulatory framework, which right now resembles Spaghetti Junction.
Good auditors are like wombats and any documents that look like the record-keeping equivalent of Swiss cheese will prompt more digging. But to what end?,…
It's unfortunate that Jacquie Lambie's motion to get clarification on how ministerial standards ought to be applied at a commonwealth level went down like a…
The holding of a radical opinion such as a belief in a QAnon conspiracy does not automatically mean an individual is going to be triggered…
An interim report into the key financial controls of 25 entities revealed a range of information security issues, writes Tom Ravlic.
Several things need to be considered when looking at the circumstances in which this review, ending up as the four-page Kunkel report, took place.
A deep dive into China’s use of social media to push its narrative globally shows it's aggressive and designed to criticise the West.
Two of Australia's statutory boards are looking at the global direction on reporting climate change that will emerge from the London-based IFRS Foundation.
A new report recommends digital personal conduct be incorporated into security clearance for government staff.
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