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Doug Dingwall is a reporter for The Canberra Times covering the public service and politics.

Top paid public servant salary to near $900,000 after next pay rise

Top paid public servant salary to near $900,000 after next pay rise

Pay for the government's top public servants will rise by as much as $17,500 next year. 

  • by Doug Dingwall

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John Lloyd chaired panel recommending candidates for role that could decide on investigation

John Lloyd chaired panel recommending candidates for role that could decide on investigation

The public service commission said Mr Lloyd was unaware the merit protection commissioner had received a complaint about an alleged code of conduct breach.

  • by Doug Dingwall
Canberra Now: Liberals promise rates cap, and Seselja backs War Memorial expansion

Canberra Now: Liberals promise rates cap, and Seselja backs War Memorial expansion

Plus new laws protecting sex workers, and why the ANU walked away from the lucrative Ramsay Centre deal.

  • by Doug Dingwall
Federal Court staff end dispute with 'yes' vote for workplace deal

Federal Court staff end dispute with 'yes' vote for workplace deal

The court's staff took unprecedented industrial action before reaching the agreement.

  • by Doug Dingwall
Government optimistic of workplace deal as staff numbers grow

Government optimistic of workplace deal as staff numbers grow

The territory government is predicting it will reach an agreement soon on pay for staff.

  • by Doug Dingwall
John Lloyd resigns as public service commissioner

John Lloyd resigns as public service commissioner

Mr Lloyd faced a possible investigation into an alleged breach of the code of conduct.

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Child support staff to use obsolete IT 'for some time yet'

Child support staff to use obsolete IT 'for some time yet'

Human Services doesn't know how much its new child support system will cost when it's finished.

  • by Doug Dingwall
AIATSIS staff could go five years without pay rise after rejecting workplace deal

AIATSIS staff could go five years without pay rise after rejecting workplace deal

The agency promoting understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures saw its last enterprise agreement expire in 2014.

  • by Doug Dingwall
Union blasts pending move to 'modernise' APS workforce

Union blasts pending move to 'modernise' APS workforce

A budget measure has drawn fire from the main public sector union, which says it's a ruse for more insecure jobs in government.

  • by Doug Dingwall
Building 'central to Canberra terror attack response' up for sale

Building 'central to Canberra terror attack response' up for sale

The Symonston property was revealed to be at the centre of plans to keep the government in motion after an attack on Parliament House.

  • by Doug Dingwall
There's a lack of transparency on executive pay and contractors in APS

There's a lack of transparency on executive pay and contractors in APS

New rules recommended in a report by David Thodey and Elizabeth Alexander would force agencies to report senior bosses' pay and disclose spending on contractors.

  • by Doug Dingwall