Archived News for Professionals in State Government - November, 2014
The Federal Government has revised its Fair and Lawful Building Sites Code, which could be the key to withholding infrastructure money from the new Victorian Government.
As Victorian voters prepare to line up at the polls, and public servants wait to see what new ministers and overhauls they will have to undertake, the Government in New South Wales is setting the scene for its election next march.
The Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet is working on a massive open online course (MOOC) to train public servants how to calculate the financial impact of new regulation.
ACT public servants say they do not want to make a deal that puts their safety at risk, but do want progress on talks preventing them from receiving back-pay.
Aboriginal leaders in the Northern Territory want more say in the running of schemes to help their communities, as a new report shows gaps between Indigenous people and other Australians continue to increase.
Tasmania’s chief integrity commissioner says there is serious misconduct in the public service right now, but it will never be investigated if the watchdog’s powers are reduced.
The West Australian Government has unveiled plans to close more than 100 remote (primarily Indigenous) communities and move the residents to better-serviced areas.