Latest Public Service News

Education Ministry must try harder to redeploy as many laid off workers as possible
ACC downgrades safeguarding Māori from injury and sexual violence
MPI slashes 10% of workforce in response to Govt spending cuts
Here we go again – Government backflips on contractors promise at Education
Investing in Government Services and building a stronger myGov
Supporting Australia’s Veterans And Their Families
Minister Marles and Minister Keogh – Supporting Australia’s veterans and their families
Australia’s public services on the mend as rebuilding continues
​​Responsible use of AI by governments: Discussion with OECD, US State Department, and the DTA​
Critical forestry research under threat as attack on science ramps up
Access denied: Government must fund online access to public records
Downsizing of ERO inconsistent with Govt priority of lifting student achievement
Pasifika communities will bear brunt of cuts to Ministry for Pacific Peoples
Safer roads at risk as Govt spending cuts force Waka Kotahi to downgrade car crash analysis
ACC Job Cuts Will Mean More Accidents And Injuries
Cornell Law School Breaks Through Barriers to Public Service Law Careers
Research initiative to build collaborative and creative AI futures
The Australian public service is letting Indigenous people down. How do we fix it?
Labor to achieve an additional $1 billion in savings from consultants and contractors
Banks urged to be flexible when helping public service workers facing financial stress
Rebuilding and rebalancing public service critical for Australia’s future
CPSU Claims Win On Labour Hire And Contractor Crackdown
Uncertainty still clouds future of Suicide Prevention Office
PSA challenges the Government to settle pay equity for care and support workers
NZQA Jobs To Go As Government Education Cuts Roll On
Government cuts put 130 jobs on the line at Kāinga Ora, and 40 at HUD
Government recommits to equal pay
Government’s Cuts Put Work Of Stats NZ At Risk
Power outages linked to heat and storms are rising, and low-income communities are most at risk, as a new NYC study shows
The Hon Patrick Gorman MP Radio interview – ABC Canberra Drive with Ross Solly
Government risks wellbeing of Māori with proposed cuts to Te Puni Kōkiri
Human rights record of the Comoros to be examined by Universal Periodic Review
Greens welcome targets to increase CALD leadership in the APS
A new strategy to achieve culturally representative leadership in the APSIN THE APS
Dr Paul Grimes appointed to the Emissions Reduction Assurance Committee (ERAC)
Health and safety consensus is dead, and WorkSafe cuts are burying it
Oranga Tamariki axes specialist Māori roles, weakens commitment to Te Ao Māori
Ministry of Social Development sheds 200 workers, more cuts to come
Unions call for wanding powers for police to stop knife crime
Cyber Attack prevention is better than a cure
More frontline cuts as Government goes soft on organised crime
Mental Health Foundation facing staff cuts from Govt funding squeeze
Child protection workers protest over closure of Edgeworth Community Services Centre
Brutal day of Govt cuts, axing support for children and young people
Opinion piece: Government getting high-quality results from AI
Government spending cuts force DIA to contract out critical legal work
Choice and control: are whitegoods disability supports? Here’s what proposed NDIS reforms say
Women bearing brunt of job cuts at Tertiary Education Commission