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Productivity Comm Dec 13
Many of today’s veterans are in their mid to late twenties with their whole lives and careers in front of them. They need better transition services. Watch our video for more:
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Productivity Comm Dec 13
We need a better way to support our . Our draft report identifies a system failing to focus on the lifetime wellbeing of veterans:
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Productivity Comm Dec 2
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Productivity Comm Dec 2
To be informed about our What Works project on systems for protecting children you can register your interest on our website
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Productivity Comm Nov 27
We’ll be undertaking a new study from February 2019 into the offset and related remote area concessions and payments. Subscribe to keep up-to-date:
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Productivity Comm Nov 22
Our inquiry has now begun examining the role of mental health in supporting Australians economic and social participation. Subscribe, provide a comment or make a submission:
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Productivity Comm Nov 14
The transcript of the public hearing for our inquiry is now available.
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Productivity Comm Nov 7
Our Chair, Michael Brennan spoke at the Primary Health Networks National Forum last night on the potential significant improvements to our health system contained in our report . Read our short article on improving
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Productivity Comm Oct 31
The transcript of the public hearing for our inquiry is now available.
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Productivity Comm Oct 24
The transcript of the public hearing for our inquiry is now available.
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Productivity Comm Oct 22
The transcript of the public hearing for our inquiry is now available.
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Productivity Comm Oct 17
Our first 'What Works' review released today – looks at what works to support carers of older people with dementia to delay entry into residential aged care.
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Productivity Comm Oct 16
The transcript of the Mildura public hearing for our Murray-Darling Basin Plan inquiry is now available.
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Productivity Comm Oct 14
Our Annual Report 2017-18 was tabled in Parliament today, and is available on our website.
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Productivity Comm Oct 10
Our Deputy Chair, Karen Chester, asks and answers why equity should be the running mate to economic growth. Read her Economic & Social Outlook Conference speech delivered today in Melbourne
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Melbourne Institute Oct 10
Karen Chester, Deputy Chair of is speaking on education, jobs, health and superannuation and their unique roles in growth and equity
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The Policy Shop Oct 10
Strong call for effective government & an end to tribal policy wars by Karen Chester
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Productivity Comm Oct 2
submissions due next week - 10 October - then public hearings are being held from 12 October. Make a submission and/or register to attend a hearing:
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Josh Frydenberg Sep 26
Good to catch up with Productivity Commission Chair, Michael Brennan & Deputy Chair, Karen Chester. The Commission has been a driver of important economic reforms for Australia & I look forward to working with them
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Productivity Comm Sep 26
OPPORTUNITY: The Commission is now seeking applications for Research . Apply online
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