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Cyber war games to test agencies' ability to respond to hackers

Cyber war games to test agencies' ability to respond to hackers

What does a giant lego model and 'Operation Shell Breaker' have to do with national cyber security? A lot, it turns out.

  • by Sally Whyte

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Labor asks ACCC to investigate big four accounting firms
Accounting

Labor asks ACCC to investigate big four accounting firms

The letter asks the watchdog to look into 'cartel-like behaviour'.

  • by Sally Whyte
Tax Office and union agree on something: stop cutting costs

Tax Office and union agree on something: stop cutting costs

But the union doesn't agree with the tax office on most other areas, especially contractors.

  • by Sally Whyte
BOM unveils proposal for forecasting gigs, denies jobs will go

BOM unveils proposal for forecasting gigs, denies jobs will go

Up to 20 jobs in the ACT could be affected, in a move the union has labelled a disaster for communities across the country.

  • by Sally Whyte
Email probe 'infected' by unfairness: John Lloyd
Industrial relations

Email probe 'infected' by unfairness: John Lloyd

The retired public service commissioner said he was denied procedural fairness during the inquiry.

  • by Doug Dingwall
Airservices Australia staff back industrial action after 'stalled' talks

Airservices Australia staff back industrial action after 'stalled' talks

The air navigation service agency is on the brink of a bitter industrial fight.

  • by Doug Dingwall
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Public service and Finance could prove an unhappy match, union warns
Mathias Cormann

Public service and Finance could prove an unhappy match, union warns

Prime Minister Scott Morrison may have played matchmaker with the wrong portfolios, the main public sector union says.

  • by Doug Dingwall
Hail to the bus driver? Home Affairs expands shuttle for public servants

Hail to the bus driver? Home Affairs expands shuttle for public servants

The department is next month replacing a service costing nearly half a million dollars.

  • by Doug Dingwall
'Unnecessary change' makes some wait weeks for pension, union says
Centrelink

'Unnecessary change' makes some wait weeks for pension, union says

A union says a process that once took minutes, now takes far longer, and staff are distressed at the impact on some of the community's most vulnerable people.

  • by Sally Whyte
Decentralisation promoted, Cormann gets public service in reshuffle
Mathias Cormann

Decentralisation promoted, Cormann gets public service in reshuffle

The Coalition has flagged moving public servants to the regions is core business in the Morrison government.

  • by Doug Dingwall
Museums feel the squeeze as visitors arrive to parking shortages
Planning

Museums feel the squeeze as visitors arrive to parking shortages

Visitors from Sydney have given up trying to park and see blockbuster exhibitions, inquiry hears.

  • by Doug Dingwall