Desert services that work: Year one research report

Moran, M., Anda, M., Elvin, R., Kennedy, A., Long, S., McFallan, S., McGrath, N., Memmott, P., Mulgan, R., Stanley, O., Sullivan, P., Tedmanson, D., Wright, A. and Young, M. (2009). Desert services that work: Year one research report. Desert Knowledge CRC: The Working Paper series 30, .


Author Moran, M.
Anda, M.
Elvin, R.
Kennedy, A.
Long, S.
McFallan, S.
McGrath, N.
Memmott, P.
Mulgan, R.
Stanley, O.
Sullivan, P.
Tedmanson, D.
Wright, A.
Young, M.
Title Desert services that work: Year one research report
Series Desert Knowledge CRC: The Working Paper series
Report Number 30
Publication date 2009
Publisher Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre, Alice Springs
Start page 1
End page 53
Total pages 53
Language eng
Subject 12 Built Environment and Design
1205 Urban and Regional Planning
Formatted abstract
People working in the administration of Aboriginal affairs all over Australia tell a similar story: they are overwhelmed by the complexity of the system they work within and feel policy-makers don’t listen to them. At a time of unprecedented change in the policy environment it is becoming increasingly urgent to understand what is happening in the service system, ensure the capacity needed to manage the system is built and technological and governance solutions to improve the system are found.

This project addresses the second of the outcomes proposed for the Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre (DKCRC): ‘Remote desert communities that are more sustainable to support the presence of desert people, as a result of facilitating access to more attractive services that are delivered more efficiently’ (DKCRC 2008).
Keyword Aboriginal affairs
Desert people
Service system
Administration
Additional Notes "Core Project 5" -- ISBN 1 74158 119 2 -- ISSN 1833-7309

 
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