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Who are we? We’re CareerSpot, and we are carving out a reputation as the best place to list and access the latest jobs, news and events for your industry.
We are all about delivering quality digital content – news, jobs, conferences, events and education opportunities – broken down by industry.
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We are a custom-built loading and delivery system, designed to constantly expand and evolve in order to provide exactly the information and display options our clients need.
Solutions for Public Sector
With our Australian owned and developed product, we provide flexible solutions for the varied requirements of Government including Outcomes-Based Budgeting and reporting, consolidations with related party eliminations, statutory accounts, management reports, dashboards and more.
Our solutions include:
- Performance Management for a large NSW Government Cluster including Reporting, delivering Outcomes-based budgeting, statutory accounts and dashboards
- Budgeting, reporting, dashboarding, and analysis for four major Universities
- Consolidation and analytical reporting for 90+ entities for a Victorian Government Department
- Complex modelling, budgeting and forecasting for a leading Arts organisation in Victoria
CALUMO (www.calumo.com) is an award-winning leading provider of Business Intelligence and Corporate Performance Management solutions for enterprise-wide Business Analytics, Reporting, Budgeting, and Planning. We have successfully implemented solutions in Government, Universities, ASX listed companies and SMEs. CALUMO delivers the right information to the right people at the right time, using familiar tools through tight integrations with Microsoft Office, the web, and mobile devices.
CALUMO is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner in Data Analytics, Cloud Platform, and Application Development.
ACIL Allen Consulting
ACIL Allen Consulting is Australia’s largest independent public policy and economics consultancy. We have significant experience working across a range of policy and industry sectors, working closely with governments, not-for-profits, and businesses across Australia. We help our clients identify and measure the impact of what they do, and how to improve it, using our deep expertise in strategy, policy development, and program evaluation.
Our approach to strategy development and advice leverages our core expertise in economics and public policy. We ensure our clients have the knowledge and skills to effectively respond to the challenges and opportunities that impact on their operations. We work across all sectors, providing our clients with a comprehensive perspective on the environments in which they operate.
Policy development is an intricate process, that often requires complex trade-offs to find workable solutions. Policy review requires examining and understanding the inherent tensions between harnessing limited resources, meeting pressing needs – especially for those that are disadvantaged – and solving longstanding or ‘wicked’ problems.
In program evaluation, ACIL Allen has the skills and knowledge to design and undertake rigorous outcome, process, and economic evaluations. We use a variety of approaches, including theory-based methods (using program logic models), qualitative research (such as case studies) and quantitative studies (such as cost-benefit analyses or quasi-experimental designs).