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Michelle DALE is now contributing to a Challenge Building a Bolder, Faster Public Service

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Nick Corones is now contributing to a Challenge Transformational Leadership

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Evelyn Chung is now contributing to a Challenge Building a Bolder, Faster Public Service

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Matt Singmin is now contributing to a Challenge Consumer protection in the digital age: How should we treat digital content?

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Oscar Hayes is now contributing to a Challenge Transformational Leadership

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Susan Zhao is now contributing to a Challenge Product innovation and safety regulation: How can they best complement each other?

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Armin Weiner is now contributing to a Challenge Consumer protection in the digital age: How should we treat digital content?

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Gail Greatorex is now contributing to a Challenge Product innovation and safety regulation: How can they best complement each other?

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Bruce Muirhead created a Topic Online Deliberation amongst everyday people

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Kaerlin McCormick is now contributing to a Challenge Consumer protection in the digital age: How should we treat digital content?

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John Rainbird is now contributing to a Challenge Transformational Leadership

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Timothy London is now contributing to a Challenge #Budget2017

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Graham Robinson commented on the Challenge Building a Bolder, Faster Public Service

Agree, secondments very powerful on so many levels but to make it work we need to build in tolerance for efficiency dips whilst people 'get up to speed' in their seconded position which 'costs' . These costs need to be accounted for and in a competitive environment, that tolerance needs to be recognised and valued by all parties. This requires a paradigm shift. Summary: commercial decisions need to be made on more than short term economics, which is a hard call.

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Laura Conroy is now contributing to a Challenge Transformational Leadership

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Peter Holtmann is now contributing to a Challenge Transformational Leadership

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Timothy London is now contributing to a Challenge Transformational Leadership

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David Webster is now contributing to a Challenge #Budget2017

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Paul Haskell-Dowland is now contributing to a Challenge Consumer protection in the digital age: How should we treat digital content?

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A new Solution was published Budget 2017

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Bernadette Hanna is now contributing to a Challenge Consumer protection in the digital age: How should we treat digital content?

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Victor Perton is now contributing to a Challenge Transformational Leadership

 
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The Nation’s fate is primarily determined by how it relates to the world. It is critical that Foreign Affairs and Trade policy is structured with the objective of promoting national interests through our successful collaboration with the international community.

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