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Post-war tax reviews and the Asprey Blueprint

After World War II, international attention turned to economic reconstruction and the transition back to peace-time. As Australia settled into the 1950s...

Early federation reviews and 1942 income tax unification

In Australia’s first five decades as a Federation, tax reform efforts were driven by the need to establish robust revenue bases for a growing nation and...

Reflections on advising government: a US perspective

IPAA ACT invites you to register for this ‘In Conversation’ event with Jessica Mathews. We will hear reflections from a lifetime of providing advice from inside and outside of the United States government. How to create a diversity of career experience within the public service, and the benefits this can bring to individuals and to the public sector, will be debated. This is a great opportunity to learn about and reflect on career opportunities in public policy.

Keynote speaker: Jessica Matthews, Distinguished Fellow, Carnegie Endowment for Peace

National Security College graduate studies information evening

There has never been a better time to study national security. With threats and challenges rapidly evolving and multiplying, Australian governments, businesses and organisations are developing strategies with an outlook measured not in years, but in decades.

Diplomatic assets need boosting

Australia's foreign policy challenges in a changing world.

Research reveals skill deficiency

A lack of economic expertise is costing government.

2016: an election year

A look at the year ahead in Australian and US politics.

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