Government claims that $300 million in savings can be achieved by a ‘Tetris-type’ plan to pack public servants into unused office space don’t hold water, an audit has found.
Australia could be just years off from self-driving bus services, a leading transport expert says.
Australia’s airport security framework lacks coordination and is in urgent need of review, a leading security expert says.
A coalition of councils has pledged to bring road deaths down to zero in line with a campaign from state and federal governments.
Queensland emergency services are not fully prepared for a worsening bushfire threat despite earlier recommendations, the state’s auditor says.
Public servants hope ongoing reviews will address increasing government use of consultancies, but analysts warn poor reporting will hinder efforts.
Federal and state governments should appoint ministers for ageing while councils can drive age-friendly communities, a new campaign argues.
Creating a welcoming environment for suppliers is often perceived as the antithesis of sound public procurement but it’s an essential part of any successful plan.
The leaders who thrive in government are those who embrace complexity, and who flourish while others get frustrated.
A new data collection will help to shine a light on the rhythm and strength of the development heartbeat of councils.In-depth
Experts say the Modern Slavery Act will significantly impact how governments and companies procure goods and services, so why aren’t more procurement managers ready?
Government News meets the individuals working to determine how government can best support communities affected by disaster.
Libraries are undergoing a historic digital transformation to meet community demands, but are challenged by a funding shortfall.Spotlight
As the tier of government that's closest to people, councils are uniquely placed to deliver age-friendly services and infrastructure, says City of Unley CEO Peter Tsokas.
The City of Wyndham in Victoria is pioneering new ways of working and digital transformation as it responds to rapid population growth.
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We haven’t witnessed such changing times in the automotive business since the introduction of emissions laws in the 1990s, writes Allan Whiting.
Data sharing across agencies is a growing trend in Australian government, but even anonymised data can often be re-identified. A new Australian initiative aims to solve the problem.
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