A government committee has heard internal details of how one consultancy secured millions in government work.

Qantas has made headlines this week for allegedly taking money it was not owed, and making it very difficult to get back.

A Senate committee has recommended amendments to the Public Service Act.

Australia Post has reported a loss of $200 million.

The Federal Government has reportedly abandoned its business registry modernisation efforts due to cost overruns.

The FBI has dismantled the notorious Qakbot malware and botnet.

Federal MPs and other public office holders are set to receive a 4 per cent pay increase - the most substantial salary hike in ten years.

Snowy Hydro has confirmed that the cost of its ambitious Snowy 2.0 pumped hydro storage project has ballooned to a staggering $12 billion.

Australians will decide on an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice to Parliament on October 14.

The former head of Australia's Treasury, Dr Ken Henry, has called for sweeping environmental reforms.

The MDBA’s Basin Officials Committee (BOC) has convened virtually to outline their strategic focus for the upcoming year.

Questions are being asked about where the Federal Government will find 450 gigalitres (GL) of water...

An American company has secured a major contract to build missile defence for Australia.

Australia Post data suggests a postie suffers a job-related injury at least once a week.

The APS pay dispute is likely to drag on, advocates say.

Australia needs $100 billion and bold policies for its green energy goals, experts say.

Australia and Indonesia have inked an enhanced Free Trade Agreement (FTA), opening new doors for businesses.

The federal government has launched Creative Australia, marking a shift in the country's approach to the arts.

The Albanese government may compel employers to provide technology training to protect employees against automation.

A third of Australian students need extra support, NAPLAN data suggests.

Treasurer Jim Chalmers has unveiled three new appointments to the corporate watchdog.

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