Intergovernmental Relations

Preparing for the changes ahead


Intergovernmental Relations 16-17 Sep 2014 QT Canberra, Canberra, Australia
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2014 has already seen significant changes in the area of intergovernmental relations (funding decreased to the states, the abolition of the COAG Reform Council…)
And changes look set to continue with the upcoming White Paper’s on Federalism and Taxation.
This conference is your one-stop-shop for an update on reform and an explanation of what this will mean on a practical level; for you and
your role.
You will learn:
Where the White Paper on Federalism is up to
What changes (and potential changes) will mean on a practical level
How we can operate most effectively in the new era
How we can measure performance and ensure positive outcomes for citizens

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