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Phillip Thomson is a Public Service Reporter at The Canberra Times.
Phillip Thomson Here come the men (and women) in black for paid parking D-Day and it's not just weekday law breakers who should be careful.
Phillip Thomson Another day, another 20 public service jobs go as Eric Abetz touts natural attrition numbers.
Phillip Thomson Australia's main public service union stirs concern on private health data.
Phillip Thomson Up to 97 per cent of federal public servants made redundant at major departments have so far come from Canberra.
Phillip Thomson Efficiency dividend stops ASIO's almost decade long goal of reaching 1860 staff.
Phillip Thomson Parliament's public servants complain of Hansard and school tour overload.
Phillip Thomson Small teams across bureaucracy undertake Tony Abbott's regulation purge.
Phillip Thomson John Bercow's appointment of Carol Mills caused a British tabloid storm. Now he flies to Canberra for a guest lecture on Ms Mills's home turf.
Phillip Thomson Even the vice-regal toilet has had dramas as separate $12m of work cancelled or delayed.
Phillip Thomson Foreign Minister Julie Bishop and South African president Jacob Zuma send condolences for Graeme Wilson.
Phillip Thomson Report tabled in Parliament recommends federal bureaucrats go tropical.
Phillip Thomson Senator Eric Abetz has launched a scathing attack on the main union representing public servants by saying it has been deliberately misrepresenting the government's position on bargaining...
Phillip Thomson George Brandis's former top public servant says the bureaucracy needs to broaden its advice.
Phillip Thomson Human Services says it's a leader in workplace diversity.
Phillip Thomson Fears corporate knowledge will be lost from executive ranks following department by department breakdown of sackings.
Phillip Thomson Bureaucracy's top solicitor wins a fraction of external Defence legal contracts while private guns rake in millions.
Phillip Thomson Redeployment, natural attrition and voluntary redundancy could be used to find savings across the bureaucracy overseeing Canberra's top sportspeople.
Meredith Clisby and Phillip Thomson Empty Penrhyn House in Woden has been revamped by Melbourne based Quintessential Equity in order to attract new tenants when public servants are being shunted out of the town centre.
Phillip Thomson Christmas party game led to Canberran's push for permanent impairment compensation.
Phillip Thomson Slim graduate public service pickings.