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Learning from Robodebt: Upholding Integrity in the Public Sector

27 Aug 2024Online

Upholding Integrity and Enhancing Public Service through Legal and Ethical Excellence

Overview

Danielle Elston will present a dynamic session that dives into the policy failures and implementation issues uncovered by the Royal Commission. 

This session offers a unique opportunity to engage with the dense Royal Commission material through compelling storytelling; You will see yourself in these stories and learn from them.  

Outcomes

Attendees will:

  • Learn key takeaways from Robodebt for upholding integrity in the public sector 
  • Gain practical insights on incorporating integrity and accountability into your work 
  • Enhance your understanding of policy development, regulatory frameworks and program implementation 
  • Get a taste of the IPAA Victoria’s upcoming course ‘Integrity in Practice’ which utilises well-known and investigated failures of public administration to reflect on and improve practice.  


            Audience

            This event will be valuable for all current and aspiring professionals including: 

            • Public sector employees involved in policy development, regulatory frameworks and program implementation.
            • Anyone interested in public sector career and understanding the Robodebt case and its implications for public sector integrity. 

            Speakers

            Danielle Elston 

            Managing Director of Good Government Advisory  

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            Date & Time

            Tuesday 27 August 2024
            11:30 am – 12:45 pm (AEDT)

            Location

            Online

            Price

            This is a FREE event for all IPAA Victoria Members, including employees of our member organisations such as VPS departments and Non Members.