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Australian Government RIS Preliminary Assessment Form: Is a RIS required?
30th September 2017
The Government has introduced The Australian Government Guide to Regulation, which outlines the process for developing a regulatory proposal, including a Regulation Impact Statement (RIS). All Cabinet submissions require a RIS. RISs are also required for all decisions made by the Australian Government and its agencies that are likely to have a regulatory impact on businesses, community organisations or individuals, unless the proposed change is a minor or machinery change. It is your...
Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet Annual Report 2016-17
27th September 2017
Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet 2016 - 17 Annual Report
Tamsyn Harris, Head of Fraud Risk Strategy, ANZ
14th September 2017
Tamsyn has over 20 years international experience across Financial Crime, Cyber, Governance, Audit and Risk Management roles in public and private sector. Tamsyn currently works in a senior management role in the financial services industry, focused on protecting customers against the impacts of fraud and cybercrime. A firm believer that education and awareness of risk is important for everyone, so they are empowered to protect themselves. A strong collaborator, Tamsyn is involved in many...
Corporate Plan 2017-21
31st August 2017
The 2017–21 Corporate Plan for the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet has been developed and is designed to be the principal planning document for the Department as required under paragraph 35(1)(b) of the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013. This Corporate Plan, for the reporting period 2017–18 and covering the reporting periods 2017–18 to 2020–21 defines the Department’s purposes and how performance will be measured against them over the next four years. It...
Information about the Data Integration Partnership for Australia
30th August 2017
An overview of the Data Integration Partnership for Australia. The Data Integration Partnership for Australia (DIPA) is an investment to maximise the use and value of the Government’s data assets. Through data integration and analysis, the DIPA creates new insights into important and complex policy questions. The DIPA will: improve our technical data infrastructure and data integration capabilities preserve the privacy of individuals and ensure the security of sensitive data improve...
Data Integration Case Studies
29th August 2017
Case studies that demonstrate the uses and value of data integration.
Women in Cyber Security Literature Review
22nd August 2017
The Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet (PM&C) has conducted exploratory research into women’s low representation in the cyber security industry, and found that marketing, role models, and hiring practices are barriers to attracting women into the industry. Further, these initial findings also include that workplace culture, a lack of flexible working arrangements, and persistent discrimination impede women’s retention in the industry (Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, 2017)....
The Lodge Refurbishment Review
15th August 2017
The Lodge underwent an extensive refurbishment project between 2013 and 2015. Following the refurbishment, the Prime Minister initiated an independent expert review of the project. The Department of Finance, who project managed the refurbishment, engaged Projects Assured, a management consultancy firm, to conduct the review. A copy of that review is available on the Department of Finance website. In addition, the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet contracted Mr David O’Donnell...
Economic development opportunities for Indigenous Australians & the National Disability Insurance Scheme
10th August 2017
The Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet engaged Inside Policy to facilitate and report on a workshop on economic development opportunities within the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) for Indigenous Australians. This workshop was initiated and hosted by the Prime Minister’s Indigenous Advisory Council. The workshop was held at the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence in Redfern on 10 August 2017 and was attended by over 30 representatives from Aboriginal Community...
Key Themes: Prime Minister’s Indigenous Advisory Council’s Workshop on the National Disability Insurance Scheme
10th August 2017
This report summarises the key discussion outcomes to emerge from the workshop to discuss Indigenous economic development opportunities and the National Disability Insurance Scheme.