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Phillip Thomson is a Public Service Reporter at The Canberra Times.
Phillip Thomson Lack of public servants sparks industrial drama.
Phillip Thomson Department of Employment is asking staff to choose between a lower pay rise or more job cuts.
Phillip Thomson Prime Minister Tony Abbott has confirmed Public Service Commissioner Stephen Sedgwick will finish his term next month but his departure will come at a time when there is a question mark over the...
Phillip Thomson John Faulkner says DPS is the "worst run government department in the Commonwealth of Australia" but Carol Mills still in running for the UK job.
Phillip Thomson Company whittled 11,000 civil servants to 5000. Now it's hunting for parts of Australia's Defence Department.
Phillip Thomson Peaceful bureaucrats, bring back national service and "log"-like submarines: Defence white paper submissions from lesser known groups.
Phillip Thomson ACT Government worried about bureaucracy-driven land surplus.
Phillip Thomson The ATO is set to unwrap its bargaining offer to 20,000 staff before Christmas - and it could bring out the nasties.
Phillip Thomson CSIRO's staff morale has crashed and there is a growing chasm between senior management and staff.
Phillip Thomson Defence Minister David Johnston has been called on to act urgently on the back of a DMO audit.
Phillip Thomson He wanted his job back when he was set free next month after an indecent assault on a person younger than 16.
Phillip Thomson Wrap up of the first round of First Principles review submissions now rolling in.
Phillip Thomson Body stressing injuries most common at 20,000-person, mostly office-based agency.
Phillip Thomson Two major unions may need to heal bitter rivalry.
Phillip Thomson Job ad placed looking for a bureaucrat to walk into the industrial relations firestorm.
Up to 250 public service jobs to go from Canberra to Geelong in Australian Bureau of Statistics move
Phillip Thomson Federal public service jobs now being moved to bolster state Coalition seats.
Phillip Thomson Allegation Hobart staff ganged up on mainland woman because she took their executive level 1 job disputed.
Phillip Thomson The votes of diggers angry about their below-inflation pay rise could turn the heat on the Coalition in crucial seats in the next election.
Phillip Thomson Respected scientists approaching the weekend with good news.
Phillip Thomson Federal public servants have been told to get ready for what will be a drawn-out campaign.