Mandarin Talks: Budget 2021 – an Australian public sector review

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The purpose of the federal budget last October, was to primarily support Australia through the first pandemic in nearly 100 years, and the first recession in 30 years.

With Australia’s economy growing again, and nearly a trillion dollar deficit, what will this year’s budget reveal for the public sector?

Join The Mandarin‘s Chris Johnson, Senior Advisor to the Aged Care Royal Commission Stephen Bartos, Australian Economist and CEO of Lateral Economics Nicholas Gruen and Senior Economist at the Committee for Economic Development of Australia Gabriela D’Souza, as they delve into this week’s 2021 Budget, and discuss the key insights and implications for the public service.

Will any major policy setting be impacted as a result of this budget? Who are the public sector winners and losers? Will the general revenue assistance to the states and territories and local governments be increased again?

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