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Markus Mannheim edits The Public Sector Informant and writes regularly about government administration and policy.
Markus Mannheim The median base salary for APS staff barely budged last year. And the government is pointing the finger.
Markus Mannheim The 55-year-old mother of two is 'extremely conscious' she is a role model, and accepts that with pride.
Noel Towell, Markus Mannheim Rank-and-file public servants at the government's largest department set to lose more than $1200 each from the delay on a new wage deal.
Markus Mannheim Former Supreme Court judges say inadequate funding makes government 'less transparent and accountable'.
Markus Mannheim New minimum wages are far below what all government staff now receive.
Markus Mannheim Two years have now passed since most public office holders received a raise.
Markus Mannheim Abbott government says most staff seem unenthusiastic about industrial action.
Markus Mannheim An industrial tribunal will pay no heed to the broadcaster's political problems.
Markus Mannheim We can't afford to miscalculate the costs of runaway climate change.
Markus Mannheim Marketing blitz, worth at least $1.75 million, apparently breached government policy.
Markus Mannheim Original deadline for proposed new headquarters passed almost two months ago.
Markus Mannheim Federal police are investigating 16 allegations of Australians bribing foreign officials.
Markus Mannheim Policymakers should embrace cost-benefit analyses, but be wary of their limits.
Tony Abbott says steep cuts to public service unlikely, as recruitment firm forecasts brighter future
Markus Mannheim Government job market is improving, though mostly for those who are willing to accept temporary contracts.
Markus Mannheim Barnaby Joyce and his secretary agreed that a 'relationship of strong mutual confidence' was not a realistic prospect.
Markus Mannheim The CPSU says the government's 'success' in shrinking the bureaucracy is no reason to celebrate.
Markus Mannheim The bureaucracy shrank by 11,000 jobs in 2014, the deepest yearly cut since John Howard's first term.
Markus Mannheim If the Daily Telegraph wants a surplus, it will need to recant its past beliefs.
Markus Mannheim "I cannot find them, I am sorry. I had them on a notepad." It's the bumbling, mumbled apology that will save Brandis.
Markus Mannheim Finance boss challenges public servants to help explain to the public why tough policy choices are needed.