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Connecting Us Edition 5, 1 July 2020
2nd July 2020
The fifth edition of Connecting Us now available. In this edition we celebrate delivering differently with the start of Innovation Month. We’ve got tips on how to prepare well for tax time and share departmental stories showcasing innovations, including how networks have adapted with social distancing requirements, as well as how speech analytics are providing new insights for service delivery. Connecting Us is a newsletter sponsored by the COO Committee for all APS staff, sharing stories of...
Vocational Education and Training Review - Research Report
1st July 2020
To capture the views of students, a Research Report was conducted by Qualtrics on behalf of the Review. Note: This report is currently being converted to a format that meets W3C WCAG 2 level AA compliance. If you require assistance with access or need the data in another format please use our contact form or refer to our Accessibility statement.
30th June 2020
The purpose of these guidelines is to provide advice to departments and entities on the procedures to be followed when presenting documents to the Parliament. From time to time, the guidelines will be supplemented with tabling circular/s to address particular issues that arise over the course of the year.
Draft legislation program - House of Representatives
15th June 2020
2020 Winter Sittings of Parliament: Week 3 (15 - 18 June)
Connecting Us Edition 4, 12 June 2020
12th June 2020
The fourth edition of Connecting Us now available In this edition we hear about how innovation and commitment has seen teams across the service embrace new ways to collaborate, problem-solve and learn, no matter where they are working. Connecting Us is a newsletter sponsored by the COO Committee for all APS staff, sharing stories of success and highlighting useful resources.
Draft legislation program - Senate
12th June 2020
2020 Winter Sitting of Parliament: Week 3 (15-18 June)
Australian Government Branding - Guidelines on the use of the Australian Government logo by Australian government departments and agencies
28th May 2020
The Australian Government decided in June 2003 that common branding would apply to all Australian Government departments and agencies (this covers PGPA Act entities and companies) and this branding policy continues to apply under the current government. A common, easily recognisable brand ensures clear and consistent branding across Australian Government departments and agencies. These guidelines have been developed to help departments and agencies ensure the Australian Government logo...