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Productivity Comm May 21
We are developing a whole-of-government for policies & programs affecting . New Commissioner Romlie Mokak is overseeing the work. We’ll also review agencies’ performance against the strategy over time:
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Productivity Comm May 16
Are operators still facing inconsistent across jurisdictions? We’re seeking feedback to this and more in our issues paper out today:
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Productivity Comm May 16
How successful have COAG reforms been for our systems? Has safety and productivity improved for , and ? We’re looking for feedback on this and more in our issues paper out today:
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Productivity Comm May 14
Our issues paper on govt expenditure on children and families in the Northern Territory is out today. We’re looking to hear from families, communities & service providers. Your input helps us advise govt about how to improve funding & delivery of services.
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Productivity Comm Apr 22
Due next week: Initial submissions for the Remote Area Tax Concessions and Payments study (Monday 29 April 2019). Read the issues paper and make a submission >>
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Productivity Comm Apr 14
Initial submissions for the Remote Area Tax Concessions and Payments study are due by Monday 29 April 2019. Read the issues paper and make a submission...
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Productivity Comm Apr 10
All transcripts of public hearings are now available on our website.
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Productivity Comm Apr 8
The transcript for our public hearing in is now available
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Productivity Comm Apr 4
Do you love economics and public policy issues? Applications for our graduate program close this Sunday 7 April 2019!
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Productivity Comm Apr 4
Our new Inquiry into , announced today, will investigate the economic impacts of transport regulatory reforms, relating to heavy vehicle, rail and maritime safety. For more info and to subscribe visit our website:
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Productivity Comm Apr 2
Are you a high-calibre economics graduate interested in public policy issues? Applications for our graduate program close this Sunday 7 April 2019!
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Productivity Comm Apr 1
Our team heading into Normanton QLD today has experienced flight delays. The remote area tax concessions and payments community forum in Normanton will now begin at 12pm.
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Productivity Comm Mar 31
Our study into Expenditure on Children in the Northern Territory has commenced. To find out more information, subscribe or make a submission visit the study webpage.
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Productivity Comm Mar 28
Submissions for our inquiry are due in 1 week. Read our Issues Paper and make a submission or brief comment at:
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Productivity Comm Mar 21
Submissions for our inquiry are due in 2 weeks. Review the Issues Paper and make a submission or brief comment at:
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Productivity Comm Mar 20
Commissioner Paul Lindwall delivered a speech to the Infrastructure Partnerships Australia Industry Lunch talking about our 'Economic Regulation of Airports' draft report.
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Productivity Comm Mar 18
Submissions for the Economic Regulation of draft report are due next week (Monday 25 March 2019). Examine the draft report and make a submission.
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Productivity Comm Mar 13
We’ll be undertaking a new study from 1 April into Expenditure on Children in the Northern Territory (). Subscribe to keep up-to-date:
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Productivity Comm Mar 13
How do you think assistance should function in the future? Are there alternative methods to more directly support Australians residing in remote areas? We’d like to hear your views, you can make a submission at:
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Productivity Comm Mar 11
2 weeks until submissions are due for our 'Economic Regulation of Airports' inquiry. You can read the draft report and make a submission here:
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