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Markus Mannheim edits The Public Sector Informant and writes regularly about government administration and policy.
Markus Mannheim Soccer's governing body, police and a government agency to receive 'please explain' letters.
Primrose Riordan and Markus Mannheim A Chinese billionaire who is the head of a China-backed tech conglomerate is linked to the purchase of a $64 million piece of land next door to ASIO's new Canberra HQ.
Markus Mannheim Draft laws carry fines of up to $14,000 for public servants who wrongly suppress documents.
Markus Mannheim Staff are worried about keeping working conditions, not the size of their pay rise.
Markus Mannheim After a year-long industrial campaign, the federal government has relaxed its tight limits on public service pay rises.
Markus Mannheim Department also stops advertising salaries, because it wants people attracted to the job not the level.
Noel Towell and Markus Mannheim Public service retirees say any move against their pensions would be unfair and ill-informed.
Markus Mannheim Excitement of the leadership change seem familiar? It's all happened like this before.
Markus Mannheim We asked the 20 largest APS workplaces about their staff gift policies. Here are their responses.
Markus Mannheim Industrial tribunal says Diggers died to protect "rights and freedoms" such as Scott McIntyre's access to court.
Markus Mannheim A decision on the new office complex is now almost seven months overdue.
Markus Mannheim But latest data shows both Labor and Coalition governments failed to reduce the bureaucracy's middle-management ranks.
Markus Mannheim Protest tune sparks national debate about public servants' freedom of speech.
Markus Mannheim What will it take to convince a government to scratch the surface of this problem?
Noel Towell and Markus Mannheim Unfunded debt now out to $110 billion as public servants play it smarter with their retirements.
Markus Mannheim Just over half of the agency's workforce votes 'yes' to pay rises worth about 1.5% a year.
Markus Mannheim 58 per cent vote in favour of agreement that is likely to prove less than inflation.
Markus Mannheim On Wednesday, the government will relinquish control over recruitment and hand responsibility back to agency heads.
Health Department chief Martin Bowles says restructure will tackle culture problems but won't cut jobs
Markus Mannheim Restructure to help unclog "bureaucratic" practices and reduce overwork and 'inappropriate behaviour'.
Markus Mannheim Public servants accept a wage rise worth about 0.86 per cent a year.