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When is a procurement an emergency? Recent guidance from the NSW Ombudsman

Australia - November 11 2021 The NSW Ombudsman has recently made findings that a Department had acted unreasonably and breached NSW procurement policies and regulatory…

Monique Azzopardi, Hannah Cameron

Binding Online Privacy Code, personal right to sue and more enforcement all proposed by Privacy Act reform process

Australia - October 26 2021 The Attorney General's Department has commenced the second stage of its review of the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth), releasing a Discussion Paper putting…

Simon Bailey, David Benson, Sophie Bradshaw, Caroline Bush, Scott Crabb, John Dieckmann, Sam Fiddian, Steven Klimt, Nicole Mazurek, Simon Newcomb, Sharon Segal

Productivity through a pandemic - White Paper proposes regulatory reform to reboot NSW economy

Australia - June 24 2021 The NSW Productivity Commissioner recently released the Productivity Commission White Paper 2021, Rebooting the economy, which sets out a new…

Charis Chan, Samy Mansour, Julie Wong

Possible changes ahead for NSW's coronial system following announcement of new Parliamentary inquiry

Australia - May 27 2021 The pivotal and often high-profile work of the NSW Coroners Court cannot be understated. The findings and recommendations have the potential to…

Elizabeth Forbes, Lycia Hayes, Jacinta Macginley

Records management obligations for NSW Government entities 03: Are Board documents and communications State records?

Australia - May 27 2021 A NSW Government Entity will often be required by its governing legislation to have a Board, whose functions, as specified in its governing…

Elizabeth Forbes, Gabrielle Shina, Ethan Tindall