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Topic: Transfield

Billion-dollar blindspot: Immigration’s massive failure on Transfield

The Department of Immigration's shambolic tendering and management of offshore processing contracts appeared to favour one company above all others - Transfield.

Manus and Nauru not just cruelty, but bureaucratic incompetence too

The ANAO has delivered yet another scathing report criticising the Department of Immigration and Border Protection's procurement in offshore detention.

Secret emails reveal how Transfield got Nauru contract

Why did Transfield get the contract to run the offshore detention center on Nauru when it had not even sent in an official proposal?

Manufacturing consent for SA’s nuclear program

The SA government has turned to a "citizen's jury" to manufacture trust in its nuclear policy. But the process is far from independent, writes University of Adelaide politics lecturer Benito Cao.

A timeline of the Immigration fuckups that brought us Nauru — and brought Transfield millions

In setting up offshore processing centres, the Department of Immigration broke virtually every rule in public service procurement -- with Transfield always emerging the winner

Nauru, Manus contracts an off-the-charts bureaucratic bungle

The Australian National Audit Office has slammed the way successive governments established the Manus Island and Nauru detention facilities, finding major problems in the way the Department of Immigration tendered for them.

Banality of evil: bureaucracy’s role in Nauru

Wilson security might have downplayed abuse on Nauru to make their stats look better.

Nauru is your fault. It’s time to stop pretending it’s not happening

You can't stick your fingers in your ears and ignore what the government is doing in your name. But protests and candlelight vigils are not going to solve anything.

Transfield, News Corp and Exxon Mobil paid no tax in 2013-14

Transfield Services, the controversial company running many of Australia's offshore immigration detention centres, had no tax payable in Australia in 2013-14, on its revenue of $2.8 billion and taxable income of $16 million.

Mayne: the top 25 female directors of 2015

Crikey founder Stephen Mayne's top 25 for 2015.