Tom Ravlic is a freelance investigative journalist.
By Tom Ravlic
Using cloud-based services means government institutions are 'future-proofed; advanced technology also makes the public sector more appealing to recruits.
Federal grants to community groups and contracts issued to consultants aren't necessarily easy to track. We've noted some down for you.
The latest Soufan Center report points to the need to fund groups that seek to deradicalise and get people to disengage from extremist movements.
UN agencies, including the WHO, play an important role but we often imbue them with responsibilities and authority that they don’t have.
Work is on to get remaining embassy guards and interpreters who worked with Australia’s embassy and military out of Afghanistan over land.
Professional bodies that oversee the financial planning game should be required to front parliamentary committees to update us on sector self-regulation.
Federal and state governments need to put greater effort into explaining the governance of the Murray Darling Basin Plan, says the plan's standing committee.
Senator Paterson says legislation by its nature restricts, regulates and controls and none of it should be just there to sit on the statute forever.
Extremist movements lurking online and inciting protests in Australian capital cities may well prompt a closer examination of terrorism laws in this country.
The Finance Sector Union has set up a human rights network to ensure companies are held to account for observing employees' rights.
A new version of the guide to how the costing of election policies is going to work when the next governance caretaker period begins has…
A Rand Corporation report on the other kinds of technology the Australian Navy may need was released two days before AUKUS.
KPMG Australia was fined more AUD$600,000 on evidence of cheating on tests designed to ensure staff members had the necessary knowledge to do their jobs.
There are bad actors crafty enough to manipulate the vulnerable, the wound up and those spoiling for an argument to get rowdy.
The curiosity of anybody who is a journalist, political pundit, and, of course, a user of Twitter, is insatiable, and going to be a problem…
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