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Changes ahead for the airline industry? Productivity Commission releases Economic Regulation of Airports inquiry draft report
Article sets out key findings & recommendations in the report, & examines changes that may lie ahead for the airline industry.
Australia
17 Sep 2019
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Unlocking implementation strategies to reduce recidivism
Article discusses three ideas to achieve reductions in recidivism.
Australia
14 Nov 2018
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Mining, Agriculture and Construction (MAC) equipment: A new UNIDROIT financing regime is coming
The MAC Protocol establishes an international legal framework to finance mining, agriculture and construction equipment.
Australia
12 Nov 2018
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The new Commonwealth procurement act – Better rights for suppliers?
Australian businesses now have greater access to an independent complaints process in relation to government procurement.
Australia
31 Oct 2018
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Is cyber security the greatest threat for autonomous vehicles?
The article explores risks of cyber security breaches to autonomous vehicle technology and how they might be mitigated.
Australia
13 Aug 2018
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Unmanned & unregulated: where are the privacy protections from drones?
Discussion of regulatory landscape around use of drones for personal, commercial or government pursuits.
Australia
1 Aug 2018
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No longer flying under the radar: the future of drone regulation
Drone technology provides a number of opportunities for many industries, however it poses safety risks to many others.
Australia
21 May 2018
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All roads lead to the Internet: Privacy in the age of autonomous vehicles
Effective information practices are one step in managing information issues involved with autonomous vehicles technology.
Australia
18 May 2018
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Three cyber security priorities for Defence contracting
In many Defence projects, cyber security capability and maturity will be a significant factor in selecting a contractor.
Australia
19 Apr 2018
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Do robotics and artificial intelligence have a future in the healthcare space?
How can we ensure that our continued adoption of technology in the health industry grows sustainably and ethically?
Australia
21 Feb 2018
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Spend it wisely: The true meaning behind Value for Money
What constitutes value for money? And once you've identified areas of value, how do you ensure you make the most of them?
Australia
12 Feb 2018
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Correctional services in Australia: year in review and 2018 outlook
2017 saw substantial change amidst a series of challenges in the correctional services, so what is in store for 2018?
Australia
2 Feb 2018
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Tendering with the Commonwealth Government: what does the proposed new procurement legislation mean?
This Bill creates new rights in relation to breaches of the Commonwealth Procurement Rules by Commonwealth entities.
Australia
14 Jul 2017
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The future of correction centres - does virtual reality have a place?
Opportunities for corrections departments, service providers, researchers and technology are only just being discovered.
Australia
7 Mar 2017
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The Drone Age: not even the sky is the limit for this changing regulatory landscape
The regulatory requirements for the operation of drones in Australia are the subject of a Senate Committee Inquiry.
Australia
27 Feb 2017
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Disrupting procurement: the process contract and other avenues
The law should balance the need for accountability without allowing legal actions to be disruptive and obstructive.
Australia
19 Jan 2017
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Opportunities hiding amongst the issues in youth detention
Amidst accounts of mistreatment and misconduct in correctional centres, the youth justice sector is looking to reform.
Australia
25 Dec 2016
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Will a focus on ‘economic benefit' in new government rules affect the WTO Agreement on Government Procurement (GPA)?
Australia may have to enter into further negotiations to address a potential conflict between the GPA and these changes.
Australia
14 Dec 2016
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Can PPPs work for procuring front line assets?
Front line assets are not like other assets, and the unique risks make them more challenging to procure via a PPP.
Australia
19 Nov 2015
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Don't believe the Andrews hype - service credits are unlikely to be penalties
The High Court's Andrews decision fuelled widespread concern that contractual devices everywhere were under threat.
Australia
22 Sep 2015
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