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Researchers from UNSW, University of Sydney, and Central Queensland University win 2022 Sam Richardson Award for outstanding public sector study
The Institute of Public Administration Australia’s (IPAA) Sam Richardson Award for the most influential paper published in the Australian Journal of Public Administration in 2022 goes to Dr Meraiah Foley, Professor Rae Cooper, Dr Linda Colley, and Associate Professor Sue Williamson.
Former Secretary of the Australian Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry and Director of Biosecurity Andrew Metcalfe AO FIPAA has taken up the role of Institute of Public Administration (IPAA) president after Professor Renée Leon PSM FIPAA stepped down.
The Institute of Public Administration Australia’s National Summit brought together state and federal perspectives on crucial issues affecting today’s public service.
Mark Webb, president of IPAA NSW and chief executive of the Department of Parliamentary Services NSW talks relationship building, ethical inoculation, and putting trust at the heart of all public service work ahead of our IPAA National Summit on 26 September.
Honest and courageous conversations: What integrity means to Victorian Public Sector Commissioner Brigid Monagle
Ahead of the IPAA National Summit, Victorian Public Sector Commissioner Brigid Monagle talks about the essence of integrity, feeling pride in public service, and what to look forward to at the summit panel discussion on 26 September.
Ahead of our Garran Oration on 18 August, this year’s speaker Margaret Crawford PSM talks about how past work has shaped her, acting with integrity, and more.
From making governments fit for the future to the struggle to improve regulation, this year’s 2022 Sam Richardson Award contenders bring new insights and in-depth analysis of public sector issues.
The Institute of Public Administration Australia (IPAA) ACT is mourning the loss of Damian West PSM, who passed away on 24 July 2023.
PRESS RELEASE: Institute of Public Administration Australia committed to promoting integrity and trust in the public service in light of robodebt findings
Acknowledging the impact of the robodebt scheme, the Institute of Public Administration Australia (IPAA) will continue to work with the public sector to strengthen integrity and rebuild trust.
The Institute of Public Administration Australia’s (IPAA) Sam Richardson Award for the most influential paper published in the Australian Journal of Public Administration in 2021 goes to Professor Richard Mulgan from ANU Crawford School of Public Policy for his paper ‘Regulating the post-employment of public officials: Australian experience in an international context’.
The Institute of Public Administration Australia (IPAA) is pleased to announce the shortlisted articles for the 2021 Sam Richardson Award.
The Editors of the Australian Journal of Public Administration (AJPA) have provided the six papers they believe to have been the most influential papers published in 2021.
IPAA Northern Territory recently hosted the 2022 Hawkes Oration, “Indigenous co-design: opportunities, challenges and risks”, which was delivered by Professor Ruth Wallace, Dean of the College of Indigenous Futures, Education & the Arts and Director of the Northern Institute at Charles Darwin University.
The Hawkes Oration is named after and honours long-serving IPAA NT President, David Hawkes, who made a significant contribution to the work of the IPAA NT, and also played a major role in the development of public administration in the Territory.