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Phillip Thomson is a Public Service Reporter at The Canberra Times.
Phillip Thomson Just back from holiday? Dreaming of a job away from the hunting ground? Here are the top 3 options.
Phillip Thomson Bargaining talks expected to take two days last week, stalled after just 90 minutes.
Phillip Thomson David Tune honoured.
Phillip Thomson The Australian Security Intelligence Organisation is looking for part timers to swell its spy ranks, Phillip Thomson reports.
Phillip Thomson 'When the public service is unjustifiably criticised, my job is to defend it,' new Public Service Commissioner says.
Phillip Thomson More underperformance for Carol Mills' department. This time with its bills.
Phillip Thomson Despite machinery of government changes, departments have set a record in paying its bills.
Phillip Thomson FoI documents showing massive human resources taken after complaints about bright office lights.
Phillip Thomson When Darren McKittrick saw his garage had been broken into on the weekend he felt sick.
Phillip Thomson The new year has started with a rush of highly paid public service jobs as several large departments look to introduce new blood and fresh ideas.
Phillip Thomson Welfare cheats are less likely to have someone photographing them from a car.
Phillip Thomson Apparent bewilderment about when the Parliament House cleaning contract ends appears to have slowed enterprise bargaining negotiations with the workers.
Phillip Thomson Parking and traffic woes predicted if Mike Pezzullo moves staff.
Phillip Thomson Starting a public service grad position? Leave the txt speak at home. Srsly.
Phillip Thomson The enormous retail pulling power of a big government department.
Phillip Thomson Two elite federal departments differed on asbestos response.
Phillip Thomson Bob Hawke's government pushed restraint on public service.
Phillip Thomson There are fears lives could be endangered because Australia's military bases are falling into disrepair.
Phillip Thomson When attrition doesn't work, the cuts hit home.
Phillip Thomson The Defence Department has destroyed 85 surplus missiles worth $23 million in the past 18 months.