The Policy Methods Toolbox is a repository of policy development methods that helps policy practitioners identify and select the right approach for their policy initiative.
The Institute of Public Administration Australia (IPAA) Policy Professional Capability Standard details policy capability standards to assist individual
Get in contact with a professional network of Australian public and academic sector employees with an interest in innovation.
The Policy Lab at the University of Melbourne, has developed a report on public sector innovation (PSI) units, established by governments to bring new insights and approaches to policy design and
This course will explore Australia's regulatory processes and why they are key to effective regulation.
A risk assessment tool to support government consideration of a New Policy Proposal. The Risk Potential Assessment Tool (RPAT) template provides a standardised assessment and presentation of risks
The Taskforce Planning Guide provides practical guidance on how to scope, set up and manage a new taskforce.
A practical guide to help APS taskforces through every stage of the taskforce lifecycle.
The Policy Lab is an initiative from the University of Melbourne which helps address contemporary challenges of politics and policy-making by building a program of research centred on three main th
The Policy Project is an initiative of the New Zealand Government to support individual who provide advice to decision makers, access relevant tools, advice and information. The site includes link
A conceptual framework for incorporating consideration of wellbeing in policy advice.
This publication is Volume II of The Deliberation Series, a collection of papers on public deliberation, researched and written by The Open Government Partnership’s Practice Group on Dialogue and D
This publication is Volume III of The Deliberation Series, a collection of papers on public deliberation, researched and written by The Open Government Partnership’s Practice Group on Dialogue and
This publication is Volume IV of The Deliberation Series, a collection of papers on public deliberation, researched and written by