Monday, August 10, 2009

Howard's Service

In my first post on the Ozcar affair I noted that Grech in his Senate evidence said he'd learnt over twelve years "when the PMO or the Treasurer’s office approach you with something, you give it priority".

I note a longer piece in Crikey that makes a bigger claim about the politicisation of the public service. Rudd has left many of those bureaucrats in place, some are learning (or re-learning) the correct behaviour, of frank and fearless advice.

Let us all encourage them.

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