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Carl Billington from IPANZ takes a closer look at the convention of free and frank advice, why it matters to both ministers and public servants, and what it means for the future.
To what extent can and should public servants expect their advice to ministers to remain confidential, ask Andrew Kibblewhite and Peter Boshier in a co-authored article in the May Policy Quarterly.
A Child Impact Assessment Tool has been developed to help government and non-government organisations in New Zealand to assess whether policy proposals will improve the wellbeing of children and young people.
Public Service agency practices related to policy people capability and potential options for collective policy workforce initiatives
Superu and the Victoria University School of Government hosted a roundtable for senior officials and experts with Dr Sarah Morton and Andrew Kibblewhite, Head of the Policy Profession.
Policy analysts can use this tool to review their agency's policy capability.
This short guide tells you the essentials:
A one-pager: the policy capability framework at a glance.
Policy analysts can use this resource to review their agency's policy capability.
It's one of a set of tools and resources to be used with the policy capability framework.
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