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Does Australia Need a Federal Corruption Watchdog?
Business
Wednesday July 26 2017

Does Australia Need a Federal Corruption Watchdog?

With the Commonwealth Government owning nearly $40 billion worth of land and buildings, it is fair to say that taxpayers expect these assets to be managed...

Public Sector Projects to Fill Mining Gap
Business
Friday August 26 2016

Public Sector Projects to Fill Mining Gap

Public sector projects are likely to be main type of construction contributing to economic growth in coming years.

The Biggest Weaknesses in NSW Infrastructure Procurement
Business
Friday February 26 2016

The Biggest Weaknesses in NSW Infrastructure Procurement

Whether it’s the WestConnex road project, the North West Rail Link, Sydney Light Rail, or the new hospital at Northern Beaches or the upgrade to the...

Oh No, Not Another Master Plan…
Urban Planning
Thursday June 25 2015

Oh No, Not Another Master Plan…

There has been a bit of an argument in my office regarding ‘master plans’ and ‘master planning.’ Are they the same? Is it one word or...

Open Tenders Harm Business
Business
Wednesday January 21 2015

Open Tenders Harm Business

Open tendering continues to be the primary form of engagement between the public sector and private sector.

SA Overhauls Government Tender Processes
Business
Tuesday October 1 2013

SA Overhauls Government Tender Processes

More projects are set to be covered by an industry participation policy and greater weight is to be given to local businesses as part of a...

Business
Sep 27 2018
Gender Quota Bid for Vic Public Sector

Victoria's public service could be legally required to employ at least 40 per cent women.

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