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The 8th Public Sector Women in Leadership Summit ran in November 2019, bringing together more than 150 aspiring and influential female leaders from across Australia’s public sector. The event promoted progress and advancement for the next generation of women leaders. See the highlights below. You can register your interest in the 2020 Public Sector Women … Continue reading Highlights from the 2019 Public Sector Women in Leadership Summit
Effective compliance within a well-established framework of rules and regulations is pivotal to ensuring a well-functioning society. Compliance holds direct correlation with citizen trust in government, while inefficient regulation can impede productivity, investment and innovation. Effective regulation is critical from social perspectives, including safeguarding health and safety and protecting the environment, it is also the … Continue reading Improving enforcement of government regulations
The Department of Finance, Services and Innovation (DFSI) have announced that it is working together with the NSW government to transform how they operate and support people with the services that they need. The effective use of data across departments will be at the core of this transformation process. The DFSI have towards the end … Continue reading Digital NSW has announced their new collaborative data journey
Estonia is probably the only country in the world where 99% of the public services are available online 24/7. E-services are only impossible for marriages, divorces and real-estate transactions, you still have to get out of the house for those. The population of Estonia is 1.3 million & Australia has around 25 million, the United … Continue reading E-Estonia : How did they do it?
In a span of 4 weeks more than 1 in 8 Australians will seek to access Government information online. According to Shelter et al 46 % of Australians experience problems using those services in the market at the moment. Only 16% of the Australian population regard the government as doing a good job in providing … Continue reading What are the challenges of Digital Transformation
The biggest risk for the local government is health and safety, infrastructure and financial sustainability. According to a new analysis by Aon, it shows that many of the Australian councils are failing to adequately prepare for this risk. The report suggested that more than 50 percent of councils are not paying heed to the overarching … Continue reading 10 top risks for local government
Risk management is at the forefront of corporate governance in public sector organisations. The structures, processes, corporate values, culture and behaviour are all paradigms of a business that need continual risk assessment. It is important for a government organisation to find the perfect fit for managing risk. A typical risk management process in a public … Continue reading Understanding Risk Management in the Public Sector