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Foreign Influence Registration Scheme

The Foreign Influence Transparency Scheme commenced on 10 December 2018 with the enactment of the Foreign Influence Transparency Scheme Act 2018 (Cth). As stated in …

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New Procurement Rules for the Commonwealth

New Commonwealth Procurement Rules (CPR) were released by the Department of Finance on 20 April 2019. These new CPRs apply for any new procurement from …

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ACTPLA loses bid to revoke development approval

The ACT Planning and Land Authority has lost a case in the ACT Supreme Court where the Applicant, Capital Recycling Solutions, sought an order that …

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Secure Local Jobs Code – Code Certificates

The Secure Local Jobs Code commenced on 15 January 2019. The Code applies to those in construction, cleaning, security and traffic management services undertaking or …

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10 Days for Complaints Under the New Government Procurement (Judicial Review) ACT 2018

In mid-2017 we wrote about the proposed Government Procurement (Judicial Review) Bill 2017. It was finally passed in October 2018 with the key elements of …

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Government Agencies – Privacy Update

APP CODE FOR COMMONWEALTH AGENCIES On 1 July 2018, the Privacy (Australian Government Agencies – Governance) APP Code 2017 (the Code) commenced. The Code is …

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A Recent History of the Marriage Act 1961

In light of the recent marriage postal survey, it has become apparent that there is widespread uncertainty regarding the origins of the current legal definition …

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Mandatory Data Breach Notification Bill Passed

It is the Bill that has done the rounds of Parliament and been the subject of much anticipation and commentary. Privacy nerds everywhere (read: Griffin …

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Government Snapshot: Proposed Procurement Enforcement Regime

There has been a lot of discussion around the proposed changes to the way Commonwealth Government procures goods and services, in the form of the …

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The Importance of Performance Management in a ‘Throw-Away’ Culture Era

The importance of performance management to private employers and government departments cannot be overstated. Performance management is more than the process of evaluating and managing …

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IMPORTANT NOTICE: MANDATORY DATA BREACH NOTIFICATION BILL PASSED

It is the Bill that has done the rounds of Parliament and been the subject of much anticipation and commentary. Privacy nerds everywhere (read: Griffin …

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Part of a government tender evaluation committee? Want to know your obligations?

A tender evaluation committee is responsible for ensuring that a government procurement process is transparent and that procurement related actions are documented, defensible and validated …

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5 essential probity tasks in government procurement

When the Government spends money, it is spending your money and my money, so we expect that there is a certain level of transparency and …

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Commonwealth Reporting Requirements for Property Transactions in New South Wales

From 1 July 2016 it is a requirement of the Office of State Revenue to collect and report on transfers of freehold or leasehold interests …

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