Our Chair David Thodey gave an update on the review, how we think about the future, the vision we’re pursuing for the public service in 2030 and our next stage of engagement.
The Minister for Finance and the Public Service provided the keynote address at the APSwide conference, including reflections on the Australian public service review.
The Australian Public Service Commissioner spoke about the future of the public service, including this review, in his first major speech.
Read about this core function of the public service in our interview with panel member Glyn Davis. Glyn explains why he joined the review and shares his thoughts on capability.
On Thursday 27 September, panel member Gordon de Brouwer responded to David Thodey’s memorial research lecture A tale of 2 reviews. This response addresses the review of the governance Act.
On Wednesday 15 August, the Chair of the Australian Public Service review David Thodey delivered this speech at a dinner for the Australian Institute of Company Directors’ conference on the public sector in modern society.
The Minister responsible for the public service welcomed our Chair’s David Thodey’s announcement of a reference group of national and international experts.
In his innovation-themed speech, the head of the Australian public service announced a regular national survey of citizens and spoke a little about our review.
20 heads of public service organisations have written to all members of the Australian public service in support of the Prime Minister's announcement of the APS Review.