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Markus Mannheim edits The Public Sector Informant and writes regularly about government administration and policy.
Markus Mannheim Federal bureaucrats are so keen to demonstrate their willingness to serve the Abbott government they are changing the way they spell.
Markus Mannheim Australia's wealthiest person wants to shift federal bureaucrats out of Canberra and base them in the bush and the country's north.
Markus Mannheim The pipedream of the paperless office will be within reach in three years – because taxpayers can no longer afford to put it off.
Peter Martin, Markus Mannheim EXPERTS have expressed deep scepticism about the pledge by the Finance Minister, Penny Wong, yesterday to take an extra half a billion dollars from the public service without touching jobs.
Ross Peake, Markus Mannheim Most federal bureaucrats will no longer fly business class on the eastern seaboard - if they travel to meetings at all - under further belt-tightening for the public service unveiled by the federal...
Markus Mannheim The federal government has offered the bureaucracy a slight reprieve from its austerity drive, funding an extra 1300 full-time jobs this financial year.
Markus Mannheim Most people are unaware religious schools can sack teachers who are gay or who have children outside of marriage, a survey says.
Markus Mannheim A Sudanese woman has won a lengthy battle to change her official birth date after the Immigration Department insisted she was, in fact, a young girl.
Markus Mannheim The federal bureaucracy's army of contractors and temporary employees deserve greater rights to ongoing work, the public servants' union says.
Markus Mannheim, Edmund Tadros The federal opposition believes it can save taxpayers at least $50 million a year by reining in the bureaucracy's use of consultants.
Markus Mannheim Homer Simpson once described bacon as one of his ''favourite animals''.
Markus Mannheim The federal government is likely to increase the price of accessing its documents after the bureaucracy complained that the public was inundating it with requests.
Markus Mannheim The federal bureaucracy will shed almost 1500 staff in coming months, most based in Canberra, as it struggles to cope with pending budget cuts.
Markus Mannheim THE federal bureaucracy is poised to shed more than 1500 staff in coming months, most from Canberra, as it struggles to cope with spending cuts.
Edmund Tadros, Markus Mannheim The federal government has spent half a billion dollars a year on consultants since Labor won office 4½ years ago, an analysis of its contracts shows.
Edmund Tadros and Markus Mannheim The federal bureaucracy cannot slash its spending on consultants in the short term even if it wants to, a governance expert believes.
Markus Mannheim The federal government's economy drive may achieve most of its aims within six weeks, by which time many public service jobs will already be gone.
Markus Mannheim The federal bureaucracy grew to its largest-ever size at the beginning of this year, despite signs that a harsh budget was looming.
Markus Mannheim The federal government should shift parts of its bureaucracy to country towns to ensure the towns survive economically, a top research firm says.
Markus Mannheim A trade stoush looms over the federal bureaucracy's lucrative data-storage market, sparked by concerns the United States might snoop on confidential Australian information.