Sector Reform Forum – March 21st

On March 21st the Centre convened a forum of member organisations to discuss our response to the Government's service sector reform project.

On March 21st the Centre convened a forum of member organisations to discuss our response to the Government's service sector reform project.

The strong turnout included approximately 50 CEOs and Chairs from our member organisations, who provided detailed input to help develop the Centre’s response to the Shergold paper. Professor David Adams gave an overview of sector reform initiatives and Micaela Cronin, Chair of the Sector Reference Group, offered insights into the reform process.

We encourage everybody to read the Shergold paper, attend the remaining consultations and also make their own submissions. The paper and information around the submission process is available here.

Presentations from the forum are available below:

 

 

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