The Effective Government Program examines how Australia can best ensure that its public institutions deliver active and effective government in the 21st century.
Delivering an active and effective government means tackling long-term policy challenges, delivering high-quality services to the community, weathering existential shocks from abroad, and instilling in the public a shared confidence and respect in their public institutions, and in one another.
Terry Moran AC (Chair)
Australian public service; public sector reform; economic development
Don Russell (Board Member)
Economics; innovation; investment; energy; public sector; climate change
Kirsten Gray (Board Member)
Human rights; child protection; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander