‘Big bang’ reform of the tertiary sector now appears off the agenda. In this term of government, reform is likely to be more incremental in nature.
The inaccuracy of polling data came as a big shock after consistent predictions of a Labor victory, with bookmakers even paying out in advance.
Key steps to council transformation: increasing efficiency and citizen satisfaction through ICT and digital transformation
Councils are facing the demands of accomplishing more with fewer resources, maximising efficiencies and cost-savings and responding to citizens who are increasingly sophisticated and digitally-savvy.
Automated vehicles, mobility as a service and zero emission vehicles. Changing the face of our cities.
Can you imagine a future where driverless electric vehicles are commonplace?
The Defence Industry Capability Plan (DICP) was released last month, but the most important information – sizing Australia’s Defence industrial base – was buried deeper in the document.
With just over two weeks to go before the May Federal Budget a clear message from our mid-market clients is the government should focus on delivering business tax cuts.
Cities are changing. They are not simply postcodes where citizens happen to live, but emerging as centres for driving change and adding value to the economy.
In Australia, it appears to be increasingly the orthodoxy that any changes in Ministerial function will necessitate a corresponding departmental restructure beneath them.
Forty one Western Australian government agencies will be collapsed into just 25 on 1 July when the Machinery of Government (MOG) changes come into effect
A day to celebrate the incredible contribution that public servants make to domestic and international development.