February 27, 2018 8
Missing public servants and emails in a quantum state of flux dominated the first day of estimates.
February 1, 2018 32
Canberra's ex-government furniture market usually only provides pre-loved desks and chairs. For the ABC, it yielded a lot more.
January 17, 2018 10
Bureaucratic efforts to undermine Freedom of Information laws by insisting it prevents "frank and fearless advice" hurts democracy and further estranges the governing class from he electorate.
December 8, 2017 4
Sick of hearing the same complaints about the Public Service over and over, one parliamentary committee is going after departments to crack down on bureaucrats who keep making the same mistakes.
November 22, 2017 1
Influential former public servant Terry Moran says Australians want a more robust public service.
November 2, 2017 8
It was supposed to save hundreds of millions, but the merger of Immigration and Customs has produced yet another huge budget blowout.
September 8, 2017 1
Is Joel Bowden mulling a political career? ... Culleton knows the law ... Guardian has it both ways ...
September 8, 2017 12
The High Court appears to have opened the way further to unchecked executive expenditure with its marriage equality decision.
August 7, 2017 5
The new Turnbull government social media policy has been criticised as an attack of freedom of speech. But does it breach the constituion?
July 11, 2017 6
Gender and diversity training in the APS is working, but you won't hear Mark Latham say that.