The Institute of Public Administration Australia (IPAA) has recognised ten of its finest with the organisation’s highest honour, a National Fellow Award, in Darwin last night.
There was an air of anticipation amongst public sector leaders gathered to hear the valedictory address of Dr Martin Parkinson AC PSM, Secretary of the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet on Monday night.
With a grounding in government at the state and Commonwealth levels, political scientist Professor Anne Tiernan FIPAA is exceptionally well placed to provide a practical academic perspective on public sector service delivery.
Rachel Houlbrooke will bring an international perspective on public service delivery to IPAA’s Darwin conference
If anyone can bring an international perspective to different models of public service delivery, it’s New Zealand’s Ms Rachel Houlbrooke, Deputy Chief Executive, Settlements and Takutai Moana, Office for Māori Crown Relations (Te Arawhiti).
If anyone has answers on how the public service can break down bureaucratic silos it’s Singapore design professional Mr Alexander Lau.
Yesterday the Hon Scott Morrison MP, Prime Minister of Australia, delivered a special address which laid out the direction he wants from his Government and from the Australian Public Service.
Innovation across the public sector was celebrated last night at the annual Public Sector Innovation Awards in Canberra.
Professor Mick Dodson, the first-ever Northern Territory Treaty Commissioner, will deliver the Garran Oration at the IPAA National Conference being held in Darwin on 26 September 2019.
Twelve young leaders nominated by the Institute of Public Administration Australia have had their perceptions and thinking challenged at the 2019 Future Shapers Forum held recently at the Australian National University.
At 7:30 P.M., April 2, 2019, Josh Frydenberg, Treasurer of the Commonwealth of Australia, delivered his first Budget speech. He introduced the Australian Government’s budget for the 2019–2020 financial year.