The Australian Public Service Commission uses a range of social media channels to interact with the Australian and international community. We use our Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram accounts to distribute and share information relating to the Commission and the Australian Public Service. We monitor our social media accounts and will respond to genuine enquiries only during business hours, 9.00am to 5.00pm AEST, Monday to Friday.
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- abide by the Code of Conduct, and the Personal Behaviour on Social Media fact sheet if you are an Australian public servant.