This Research Insights Paper is one of a series commissioned through ANZSOG by the 2019 Independent Review of the Australian Public Service, to inform the Review’s deliberations.
It looks at how to improve the APS’s ability to serve Australians and meet future challenges by improving its commissioning and contracting, and sets out a vision for an APS that is more strategic and where a much wider range of tools are used to deliver on outcomes. It looks at how the APS can transition from a procurement mindset to adopting approaches that allow it to fully leverage the potential within the APS, and with those it works with, and become an organisations with the capability to design and steward complex systems.
TITLE: 2030 and Beyond: Getting the Work of Government Done: An ANZSOG Research
Paper for the Australian Public Service Review Panel
AUTHORS: Janine O’Flynn, Gary L. Sturgess
SERIES: ANZSOG Research Insights
DATE: March 2019
PUBLISHER: Australia and New Zealand School of Government
CITATION: O’Flynn, Janine and Gary L. Sturgess. 2030 and Beyond: Getting the Work of
Government Done: An ANZSOG Research Paper for the Australian Public Service
Review Panel: ANZSOG Research Insights No. 4. Melbourne: Australia and New
Zealand School of Government, March 2019
- Published Date: 1 March 2019