Mar 31, 2010

What does the Moran blueprint mean for public servants?

The public service reform proposals put forward by the Moran advisory group this week are likely to see significant changes for bureaucrats, and sooner than might be expected.

Bernard Keane — Politics editor

Bernard Keane

Politics editor


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  1. Malcolm Street

    “Public service pay and conditions and workplace relations advice will become the responsibility of the APSC rather than DEEWR. The growing diversity of same-level pay and conditions between agencies will be halted and reversed, addressing what the group saw as a major impediment to mobility across the service. ”

    Halla-freakin’-lleulla!!! Good riddance to an idiotic idea.

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