Whole-of-government: does working together work?
The idea of whole-of-government processes as a pathway to more efficient and integrated government has risen in popularity in Australia over the past decade. Despite fairly widespread support for the principles of whole-of-government, a number of issues require serious consideration. The major areas of potential difficulty arise in relation to ensuring accountability for publicly funded activities, overcoming the silos created by departmentalism or vertical styles of management, and balancing...[Show more]
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