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  • ISSN 2203-5249 RESEARCH PAPER SERIES, 2017-18 14 JUNE 2018 Office of profit under the Crown Professor Anne Twomey, University of Sydney Law School Executive summary • Section 44(iv) of the Constitution provides that a person is incapable of being chosen as a Member of Parliament if he or she holds
    Date: 14/06/2018 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/6025866 - Source: Research Paper Series (Pa... - Author: TWOMEY, Anne

  • 44 PARLIAMENTARY LIBRARY BRIEFING BOOK | KEY ISSUES FOR THE 45TH PARLIAMENT The Australian Public Service Philip Hamilton, Politics and Public Administration APS workforce Workforce size Data produced by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) indicates that for 2000, 2008 and 2013, employment in the Australian public sector
    Date: 30/08/2016 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/4787397 - Source: PARLIAMENTARY LIBRARY BRI... - Author: HAMILTON, Philip

  •   AUGUST 19, 2011 Australian Public Service staffing Australian Public Service (APS) staffing levels have received attention recently with the Opposition indicating the possibility of abolishing one government department if it is in government and reportedly searching for further public service expenditure reductions. The Opposition has had a policy of
    Date: 19/08/2011 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/1022102 - Source: FlagPost - Author: HORNE, Nicholas

  •       Parliament of Australia Department of Parliamentary Services BACKGROUND NOTE   26 November 2010 How many are employed in the Commonwealth public  sector?  Joanne Simon‐Davies  Statistics and Mapping Section  Contents  Introduction ............................................................................................................................................. 1  The Australian Public Service Commission (APSC) ................................................................................... 1  Treasury ................................................................................................................................................... 2  Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) ....................................................................................................... 2  Employment and Earnings: Public Sector Survey ............................................................................... 2  Census of Population and Housing ..................................................................................................... 4  Statistical appendix .................................................................................................................................. 5  Table 1: Number of employees: Commonwealth public sector, 1990-2011 ........................... 5  Graph 1: Comparison of Commonwealth public service employee numbers.......................... 6  Table 2: ABS 2006 Census—Commonwealth government employees by industry of  employment ........................................................................................................................... 7  Table 3: Scope of the four major data sources......................................................................... 8        How many are employed in the Commonwealth public sector?  1  Introduction  Determining the size of the Commonwealth public sector is complex. There are three major sources  of statistics—Australian Public Service Commission, Treasury and Australian Bureau of Statistics— producing four different staffing counts, each using different definitions resulting in data that are not  comparable.  This background note provides a short summary of the different methodologies used to estimate the  size of the public sector and a statistical appendix provides the current figures from the four sources.  The Australian Public Service Commission (APSC)  The APSC’s annual Australian Statistical Bulletin provides a headcount of all staff employed under  the authority of the Public Service Act 1999 (the PS Act). 1  As a result it has the narrowest focus of all  the collections as it only covers the public service departments, executive agencies and those  statutory agencies that employ staff under the Act. The Statistical Bulletin states that   ... staff employed in Commonwealth‐owned companies, statutory authorities, the Australian  Defence Force and government business enterprises who are not employed under the PS Act are  excluded from its figures.2  The headcount includes both on‐going and non‐ongoing employees (including staff on leave without 
    Date: 26/11/2010 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/388683 - Source: BACKGROUND NOTE (RESEARCH... - Author: SIMON-DAVIES, Joanne

  • Parliament of Australia Department of Parliamentary Services Parliamentary Library RESEARCH NOTE Information, analysis and advice for the Parliament 24 March 2006, no. 29, 2005-06, ISSN 1449-8456 The incredible shrinking public sector www.aph.gov.au/library The share of total employment taken up by the public sector fell from 26 per cent in 19841
    Date: 24/03/2006 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/8LIK6 - Source: RESEARCH NOTES (INFORMATI... - Author: KRYGER, Tony

  • Department of the Parliamentary Library I N F O R M A T I O N A N D R E S E A R C H S E R V I C E S Research Paper No. 7 2000-01 Executive and High Court Appointments ISSN 1328-7478  Copyright Commonwealth
    Date: 10/10/2000 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/Z8O26 - Source: RESEARCH PAPERS (POLITICS... - Author: SPRY, Max

  • D e p a r t m e n t o f t h e P a r l i a m e n t a r y L i b r a r y RESEARCH NOTE Number 24, 1998-99 ISSN 1328-8016 Private Sector Executive SalariesMuch media attention has focused
    Date: 25/05/1999 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/8G906 - Source: RESEARCH NOTES (INFORMATI... - Author: KRYGER, Tony

  • p DEPARTMENT OF THE PARLIAMENTARY LIBRARY Information and Research Services Examples ofPublic Sector Inquiries: Commonwealth Paedophile Inquiry Research Paper No. 9 1996-97 ~ J-'t t+"" ./1~ ISSN 1321-1579 © Copyright Commonwealth of Australia 1997 Except to the extent of the uses ,permitted under the Copyright Act /968, no part of
    Date: 11/02/1997 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/KS930 - Source: RESEARCH PAPERS (LAW AND... - Author: BAILEY, Brendan

  • Department of the Parliamentary Library RESEARCH NOTE Number 46, 28 May 1996 ISSN 1323-5664 The Changing Size of the Commonwealth Public Service Fewer than 150 000 people are employed in Commonwealth Government departments and agencies. At June 1995 (and therefore before the recent cutbacks to the Commonwealth Public Service were
    Date: 28/05/1996 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/UOW20 - Source: RESEARCH NOTES (PARLIAMEN... - Author: JAMES, Denis - KRYGE...

  • Department of the Parliamentary Library RESEARCH NOTE Number 50, 27 June 1995 ISSN 1323-5664 Thirty Years of Parliamentary and Public Service Salaries The Parliamentary Research Ser-vice often receives requests for information about salary trends and relativities. Public sector salary trends have implications for the issues of government ex-penditure, industrial relations,
    Date: 27/06/1995 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/H0R20 - Source: RESEARCH NOTES (PARLIAMEN... - Author: KRYGER, Tony

  • Bob Bennett Anne Twomey Law and Public Administration Group 6 Match 1995 Parliamentary Research Service Current Issues Brief No. 35 1994195 Compulsory Retirement: to their last breath? Further copies of this publication may be purchased from the Publications Distribution Officer Telephone: (06) 277 2711 A list of current Parliamentary Research
    Date: 06/03/1995 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/FF520 - Source: CURRENT ISSUES BRIEFS (LA... - Author: BENNETT, Bob - TWOME...

  • ISSN 1038-0116 C<>pyright C<>mmonwealth of Allotralia 1993 E.cept to th.e atent of th.e ,_ permitted UI>der th.e Copyrigbt Act 1968, no part o( thia publication may be reproduced or tranamittad in llllJ' form or by llllJ' .......,. ~ information oiora&'O and retrieval ayotem, witlwut th.e prior written oonoent oC th.e
    Date: 30/04/1993 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/3Z910 - Source: ISSUES BRIEFS (LAW AND GO... - Author: COLE, Kathryn

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