APS Review sets out four priorities for change
By David Donaldson and Stephen Easton on Monday, April 1st, 2019
Features in QESP NewsletterVolume 31 , Issue 3 - ISSN 1325-2070
The Australian Public Service Review has published four new “priorities” for change ahead of its main findings later this year. Common pay and moving to a professional stream model are some of their ideas.The report, released Tuesday morning, includes a broad range of interesting suggestions for reform under four priority headings.Those priorities are: a stronger “culture, governance and leadership model”, more operational flexibility, continued investment in talent and capability, and stronger internal and external partnerships.