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An incurious APS limps into the new year's problems

By Stephen Bartos
Updated December 7 2021 - 1:26am, first published December 6 2021 - 5:00pm
After the government agreed to pay $1.2 billion in compensation to robodebt-affected welfare recipients, Kathryn Campbell, who oversaw the program, was appointed to head DFAT. Picture: Sitthixay Ditthavong

With the release of the Public Service Commission's State of the Service report on November 29 now is a good time to review the past year and look forward to what the public service faces in 2022.

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