Australian Public Service Reform: learning from the past and building for the future

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Abstract

This briefing paper has been developed as a contribution from IPAA to the Independent Review of the Australian Public Service (APS) led by Davis Thodey AO. It aims to help bridge a significant gap in the existing evidence base on APS reform – the absence of informed analysis on: 1) criteria for judging the quality of a review drawing on historical experience; 2) understanding of past reviews that have made a difference; 3) identification of the lessons that can be drawn from past review experiences for the present review; and 4), expert insights into the key themes requiring focused consideration in the 2018–19 APS Review with the objective of building an APS for the future.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAustralia
PublisherInstitute of Public Administration Australia
Commissioning bodyDepartment of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
Number of pages48
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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