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AGC-see Auditor General of Canada.

APCC-see Australian Procurement and Construction Council.

Aucoin, P 2002, 'Beyond the 'new' in public management reform in Canada: catching the next wave?', in CJC Dunn (ed.), The Handbook of Canadian Public Administration, Oxford University Press, pp. 37-52.

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Barrett, P. 2000, 'Balancing accountability and efficiency in a more competitive public sector environment', Australian Journal of Public Administration, 59(3), September, pp. 58-71.

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Beattie, P. 2002, 'The immediate challenge regarding COAG reform', Australian Journal of Public Administration, 61(4), December, pp. 57-9.

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CCMD-see Canadian Centre for Management Development.

Centrelink 2003, 'Partnering the eight hundred pound gorilla: Centrelink doing government differently', paper for the Canberra Summit, Social Entrepreneurs Network, 22-23 May.

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Commission on Public Private Partnerships 2001, Building Better Partnerships, Institute for Public Policy Research, London.

Commonwealth Association for Public Administration and Management 2001, Governance for the 21st Century: Joining Up Accountability, an international conference organised by CAPAM and the University of Birmingham, UK.

Commonwealth Secretariat 2002, Current good practices and new developments in public sector service management, London, www.thecommonwealth.org.

Comptroller and Auditor General (UK) 2001a, Modern policy-making: ensuring policies deliver value for money, National Audit Office, London, 1 November, <http://www.nao.gov.uk/publications/nao_reports/01-02/0102289.pdf>.

Conn, P 2002, 'Planning into action: the Centrelink business planning experience', paper presented at the Institute of Public Administration Australia national conference, Powerful Connections, <http://www.centrelink.gov.au/internet/internet.nsf.news_room/conn02planning.htm>.

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Craswell, E & Davis, G 1993, 'Does the amalgamation of government agencies produce better policy co-ordination?', in PWeller, J Foster, & G Davis (eds), Reforming the Public Service: Lessons from Recent Experience, Macmillan, South Melbourne.

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Delacourt, S & Lenihan, D (eds) 1999, 'Collaborative government: is there a Canadian way?', Institute of Public Administration of Canada, New Directions, no. 6.

Department of Defence 2002, 'Guidelines for Defence involvement in interdepartmental committees or like joint government policy agency groups', DEFGRAM no. 203/2002.

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Department of Finance and Administration 2000, The outcomes and outputs framework guidance document, Commonwealth of Australia, Canberra.

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Di Francesco, M 2001, 'Process not outcomes in new public management? Policy coherence in Australian Government', The Drawing Board: An Australian Review of Public Affairs, 1(3), pp. 103-16.

Doig, A & Wilson, J 1999, 'Ethics, integrity, compliance and accountability in contemporary UK Government-Business relations-till death do us part', Australian Journal of Public Administration, 58(4), December, pp. 26-31.

Dovey, L 2003, Achieving better social outcomes in New Zealand through collaboration: perspectives from the United States, New Zealand State Services Commission Working Paper no. 16, September, <http://www.ssc.govt.nz/wp16>.

Edwards, M 2000, 'Public and private sector governance in Australia: Exploring the changing boundaries', Canberra Bulletin of Public Administration, no. 96, June, pp. 5-7.

  • 2001, 'Participatory governance into the future: roles of the government and community sectors', Australian Journal of Public Administration, 60(3), September, pp. 78-88.
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  • 2003, 'Participatory governance', Canberra Bulletin of Public Administration, no. 107, March, pp. 1-6.

Edwards, M and Langford, J, (eds) 2002, 'New players, partners and processes: a public sector without boundaries?', Proceedings of the National Institute for Governance (University of Canberra) and the School of Public Administration (University of Victoria) Symposium, held in Canberra, April 2001.

Egeberg, M 1999, 'The Impact of bureaucratic structure on policy making', Public Administration, 77(1), pp. 155-71.

Fitzpatrick, T 2000, 'Horizontal management-trend in governance and accountability', Action Research Roundtable on the Management of Horizontal Issues, Canadian Centre for Management Development, Ottawa.

Flinders, M 2002, 'Governance in Whitehall', Public Administration, 80(1), pp. 51-76.

Foster, CD & Plowden, FJ 1996, The state under stress: can the hollow state be good government?, Public Policy and Management Open University Press, Buckingham.

Frame, T 2001, 'Ethics, motorcycles, sailors and the public service', Canberra Bulletin of Public Administration, no. 102, December, pp. 27-9.

Gardner, A 2000, 'Developments in the whole of government management of terrestrial water resources', University of Western Australia Law Review, 29(1), March, pp. 114-41.

Gill, D & Rendall, R 1999, 'Alternative or integrated service delivery', Public Sector, 22(1), pp. 7-11.

Goldfinch, S 1999, 'Remaking Australia's economic policy: economic policy decision-makers during the Hawke and Keating Labor Governments', Australian Journal of Public Administration, 58(2), pp. 3-20.

Govey, I 2003, 'Creating and Maintaining an Appropriate Security Environment', address to the Security in Government 2003 SES Seminar, Canberra, 23 April, <http://www.law.gov.au/www/rwpattach.nsf/viewasattachmentPersonal/9860DFAD4DD46CC7CA256D1F001EDA51/$file/1speechsig2.pdf>.

Gregory, RJ 1999, 'Social capital theory and administrative reform: maintaining ethical probity in public service', Public Administration Review, 59(1), January-February, pp. 63-75.

Gregory, R & Hicks, C 1999, 'Promoting public service integrity: a case for responsible accountability', Australian Journal of Public Administration, 58(4), December, pp. 3-15.

Grubbs, JW 2000, 'Can agencies work together? Collaboration in public and nonprofit organizations', Public Administration Review, 60(3), pp. 275-80.

Halligan, J 1995, 'Managing across levels of government: Australia', University of Canberra report for the Organization for Cooperation and Economic Development, June.

Hayden, C & Benington, J 2000, 'Multi-level networked governance- reflections from the better government for older people programme', Public Money and Management, April-June, 20(2), pp. 27-34.

Heintzman, R 2002, 'Performance, culture, accountability: the dynamics of organisational form in the public sector', Presentation to Commonwealth Association for Public Administration and Management 2002 biennial conference, Scotland.

Hendy, P 1996, 'Intergovernmental relations: ensuring informed cooperation in strategic policy development', Australian Journal of Public Administration, 55(1), March, pp. 111-17.

Holland, I 2001, 'The whole-of-government IT outsourcing initiative', Department of the Parliamentary Library, e-brief: online only, <http://www.aph.gov.au/library/INTGUIDE/pol/IT_outsourcing.htm>.

Hollway, S 2001, 'Lessons from the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games', Canberra Bulletin of Public Administration, no. 102, December, pp. 36-41.

Holtom M 2001, The partnership imperative: joint working between Social Services and Health', Journal of Management in Medicine, 15(6), pp. 430-45.

Hopkins, M, Couture, C, & Moore, E 2001, 'Moving from the heroic to the everyday: lessons learned from leading horizontal projects', Canadian Centre for Management Development Roundtable on the Management of Horizontal

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Howard, J 2002a, 'Address to the Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth', Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Western Australia, 19 July 2002, <http://www.Pm.Gov.Au/News/Speeches/2002/Speech1755.htm>.

  • 2002b, 'Strategic leadership for Australia: policy directions in a complex world', lecture to the Committee for Economic Development Australia, Sydney, 20 November, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Canberra.

Humphry, R 2000, 'Review of the whole of government information technology outsourcing initiative', AusInfo, December, Canberra.

ICCT-see Indigenous Communities Coordination Taskforce.

Indigenous Communities Coordination Taskforce 2003, 'Shared responsibility, shared future', Indigenous whole of government initiative: Commonwealth performance monitoring and evaluation framework, ICCT, Canberra.

Inglis, M 2003, 'Integrating service delivery-a circuit breaking approach', a paper prepared for the Public Service Commissioners' Conference, South Australia.

Institute of Public Administration Australia 2002, Working together- integrated governance, IPAA national research project undertaken by Success Works, Brisbane.

Institute of Public Administration of Canada 2002, Clients speak: a report on single window government services in Canada, Ontario, Canada.

IPAC-see Institute of Public Administration of Canada.

Jackson, W 2003, 'Achieving inter-agency collaboration in policy development', presentation by Deputy Secretary, Department of Family and Community Services at the 5th annual conference, Developing effective links between policy advice and implementation, 30 June.

Jensen, R 2000, Mass fatality and casualty incidents: a field guide, CRC Press, Florida.

Johnston, R & Lawrence, PR 1991 (first published 1988), 'Beyond vertical integration: the rise of the value-adding partnership', in G Thompson et al. (eds), Market, hierarchies and networks: the coordination of social life, Open University Press, London, pp. 193-202.

Kamarack, E 2002, 'Applying 21st century government to the challenge of homeland security', New Ways to Manage series (June), John F. Kennedy School of Government, USA.

Keast, R & Brown, K 2002, 'The Government Service Project: a case study of the push and pull of central government coordination', Public Management Review, 4(4), Routledge, December, pp. 439-59.

Keating, M, Wanna, J, & Weller, P (eds) 2000, Institutions on the edge? Capacity for governance, Allen & Unwin, St Leonards, NSW.

Kelly, MJ, Schaan, J-L, & Joncas, H 2000, 'Managing alliance relationships: key challenges in the early stages of collaboration', Working Paper no. 5/2000, Centre on Governance at the University of Ottawa, <http://www.governance.uottawa.ca/english/Publications/Downloads/working%20paper%200005.doc>.

Kettl, DF 2000a, The global public management revolution, a report on the transformation of governance, Brookings Institution Press, Washington.

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Kettl, DF & Dilulio, JJ 1995, Inside the reinvention machine: appraising governmental reform, Brookings Institution Press, Washington.

Kettl, DF, Ingraham, PW, Sanders, RP, & Horner, C 1996, Civil service reform: building a government that works, Brookings Institution Press, Washington.

Klijn, E-H 2002, 'Governing networks in the hollow state: contracting out, process management or a combination of the two?', Public Management Review, 4(2), pp. 149-65.

Kluvers, R 2003, 'Accountability for performance in local government', Australian Journal of Public Administration, 62(1), March, pp. 57-69.

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Lindquist, EA 2000, 'Preconceiving the centre: leadership, strategic review and coherence in public sector reform', in Organization for Economic Cooperation & Development, Government of the Future, OECD, Paris, pp. 149-84.

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Ling, T 2002, 'Delivering joined up government in the UK: dimensions, issues and problems', Public Administration, 80(4), pp. 615-42.

Lissenburgh, S & Marsh, A 2003, Jobcentre plus pathfinders: overview of early evaluation evidence, Department of Work and Pensions, Controller of Her Majesty's Stationery Office.

Lowndes, V & Skelcher, C 1998, 'The dynamics of multi organisational partnerships: an analysis of changing modes of governance', Public Administration, 76(2), pp. 313-33.

MAC-see Management Advisory Committee.

Management Advisory Board 1997, 'Beyond bean counting: effective financial management in the APS-1998 and beyond, Commonwealth of Australia, Canberra.

Management Advisory Committee

  • 2001, Performance management in the Australian Public Service: a strategy framework.
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Matheson, C 2000, 'Policy formulation in the Australian Government: vertical and horizontal axes', Australian Journal of Public Administration, 59(2), pp. 44-55.

McClintock, P 2003, 'The Australian approach to policy making: response to Mulgan and Zussman', Canberra Bulletin of Public Administration, no. 107, June 2003, pp. 15-18.

McConnell, A and Stark, A 2002, 'Foot and mouth 2001: the politics of crisis management', Parliamentary Affairs, 55, pp. 664-81.

McLeod, R 2003, Inquiry into the operational response to the January 2003 bushfires in the ACT, ACT Government, 1 August, <http://www.cmd.act.gov.au/mcleod_inquiry>.

McPhee, I 2003, 'Risk management and governance', Canberra Bulletin of Public Administration, no. 106, February, pp. 1-8.

Miley, F 2000, 'Comparing government reporting: looking for accountability', Australian CPAs, vol. 70, issue 1, Melbourne, pp. 26-8.

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Moon, J 1999, 'The Australian public sector and new governance', Australian Journal of Public Administration, 58(2), June, pp. 112-20.

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Moran, T 2002, 'Strategy in government: growing Victoria together', presentation to the Commonwealth Executive Forum, Melbourne, 28 August.

Mulgan, G 2002, 'Joined up government in the United Kingdom: past present and future', Canberra Bulletin of Public Administration, no. 105, September, pp. 25-9.

Mulgan, R 1998, 'Identifying the 'core' public service', Canberra Bulletin of Public Administration, no. 87, February, pp. 1-7.

  • 2001, 'The accountability of community sector agencies: a comparative framework', Australian National University Public Policy Program, Discussion Paper no. 85, July.
  • 2002, 'Accountability issues in the new model of governance', Discussion Paper no. 91, Graduate Program in Public Policy, Australian National University, Canberra.

Mulgan, R & Uhr, J 2000, 'Accountability and governance', Australian National University Public Policy Program, Discussion Paper no. 71, September.

National Commission of Audit 1996, 'Report to the Commonwealth Government', June, <http://www.finance.gov.au/pubs/ncoa/coaintro.htm>.

National Office of the Information Economy 2002, Better services, better government: the federal government's e-government strategy, November.

Newman, J 2001, Modernising governance: new labour, policy and society, Sage, London (see particularly chapter 6, 'Joined-up government: the politics of partnership').

New Zealand Government 2001, Report of the advisory group on the review of the centre, presented to the ministers of State Services and Finance, <http://www.ssc.govt.nz/roc>.

NOIE-see National Office of the Information Economy.

Office of the e-Envoy 2002, Channels framework: delivering government services in the new economy, UK Online.

  • 2003a, e-Government Interoperability Framework, Part one: Framework, UK On Line.
  • 2003b, e-Government Interoperability Framework Part two: Technical policies and specifications.
  • 2003c, Policy framework for a mixed economy in the supply of e-government services, a consultation document, UK online.

Ontario Public Service 2000, Working together: an integrated organisation framework for action 2000, Secretary of the Cabinet, Ontario.

Ontario Public Service Excellence and Innovation Office 2001, 'Innovation in governance: working together in a connected organisation (Ontario, Canada)', submission to the Commonwealth Association for Public Administration and Management International Innovation Awards 2001-02.

Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development 1990, Aspects of managing the centre of government, Public Management Occasional Papers, OECD Publications Service, Paris.

  • 1995, Governance in transition: public management reforms in OECD countries, OECD Publications Service, Paris.
  • 1996, Building policy coherence: tools and tensions, Public Management Occasional Papers no. 12, OECD Publications Service, Paris.
  • 1998, Building policy coherence, OECD Publications Service, Paris.
  • 2000, Government of the future, OECD Publications Service, Paris.
  • 2001a, Issues and developments in public management, Australia, OECD Publications Service, Paris.
  • 2001b, Public sector leadership for the 21st century, OECD Publications Service, Paris.
  • 2002, Re-aligning governance: from e-government to e-democracy, OECD Publications Service, Paris.
  • 2003a, The e-government imperative, OECD Publications Service, Paris.
  • 2003b, Emerging risks in the 21st century: an agenda for action, OECD Publications Service, Paris.
  • 2003c, Promises and problems of e-democracy: challenges of online citizen engagement, OECD Publications Service, Paris.

O'Toole, LJ & Hanf, KI 2002, 'American public administration and impacts of international governance', Public Administration Review, 62(s. 1), September, pp. 158-69.

Painter, M & Carey B 1979, Politics between departments: the fragmentation of executive control in Australian government, University of Queensland Press, St Lucia.

Parsons, W 2001, 'Modernising policy-making for the twenty first century: the professional model', Public Policy and Administration, 16(3), pp. 93-110.

Paul, L 2003, 'Engaging with non-government organisations', Canberra Bulletin of Public Administration, no. 108, June.

Peters, BG 1994a, 'Managing the hollow state', International Journal of Public Administration, 17(3&4), pp. 739-56.

  • 1994b, 'New visions of government', in PW Ingraham & B Romzek, New paradigms for government: issues for the changing public service, Public Administration Series, Jossey-Bass Publishers, San Francisco, pp. 295-321.
  • 1998a, 'Managing horizontal government: the politics of coordination', Research Paper no. 21, Canadian Centre for Management Development, January.
  • 1998b, 'Managing horizontal government: the politics of coordination', Public Administration, 76(2), pp. 295-311.

Peters, BG & Pierre, J (eds) 2003, Handbook of Public Administration, Sage Publications Ltd, California.

Peters, BG & Savoie, D 1996, 'Managing incoherence: the coordination and the empowerment conundrum', Public Administration Review, vol. 56, May-June, pp. 281-90.

Podger, A 1999, 'Government of ourselves, by ourselves-does it work?', Canberra Bulletin of Public Administration, no. 94, December, pp. 11-12.

  • 2002a, 'The emerging framework of Australian government administration: efficient, agile and accountable', presentation to the Commonwealth Association for Public Administration and Management 2002 Biennial Conference.
  • 2002b, 'Whole of government innovations and challenges', keynote address to Innovations and Impacts seminar, Institute of Public Administration Australia National Conference, Adelaide, 16 November.

Powell, WW 1991 (first published 1990), 'Neither markets nor hierarchies: network forms of organization', in G Thompson et al. (eds), Market, hierarchies and networks: the coordination of social life, Open University Press, London, pp. 265-76.

Public Service Commission of Canada 2002, Taskforce on the future of the public service: the governance scenario, PSCC, Canada.

Queensland Government 2002, 'Community engagement: leading and facilitating an integrated multi-level initiative', submission to the Commonwealth Association for Public Administration and Management International Innovation Awards 2001-02.

Queensland Treasury 2001, Charter of Social and Fiscal Responsibility, Queensland Government, Brisbane, <http://www.treasury.qld.gov.au/subsites/fmb/tier2/resourcecentre.htm#c>.

Rhodes, RAW 1998, 'Different roads to unfamiliar places: UK experience in comparative perspective', Australian Journal of Public Administration, 57(4), pp. 19-31.

  • 2003, 'The unholy trinity: hierarchy, contracts and networks', paper to the Australian Public Service Commission's Planning Retreat, June.

Rice, J & Ryan, L 2002, 'Innovative partnerships in management programs for public sector agencies: a South Australia case study', paper presented at the IPAA conference, Powerful Connections, Adelaide, 13-16 November.

Richards, D & Kavanagh, D 2000, 'Can joined up government be a reality? A case study of the British Labour Government 1997-2000', paper presented to the Australian Political Studies Association 2000 Conference, 4-6 October, Australian National University, Canberra.

Richards, D & Smith, MJ 2002, Governance and public policy in the UK, Oxford University Press, Oxford.

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Rosalky, D 2003, 'Ministers, secretaries and boards. a perspective from a seat on the Centrelink Board', address to the seminar series, The Public Sector in the New Millennium, Canberra Bulletin of Public Administration, no. 107, March, pp. 41-7.

R CAGA, Royal Commission on Australian Government Administration-see Coombes HC.

Shergold, P 2003a, 'Two cheers for the bureaucracy: public service, political advice and network governance', address to an Australian Public Service Commission lunchtime seminar, Canberra, 13 June, <http://www.dpmc.gov.au/docs/Shergold1306.cfm>

Shergold, P 2003b, 'A foundation of ruined hopes? Delivering government policy', Public Service Commission SES breakfast briefing, 15 October, <http://www.dpmc.gov.au/docs/Shergold151003.cfm>.

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