[LINK] AIIA raises concerns on Tanner and Conroy blog
jmillea at educationau.edu.au
Mon Dec 15 08:55:38 EST 2008
Yes, I don't know why they didn't publish the submissions as well as the summary.
One part of our submissions suggested that the processes for online consultation should be the same as the 'ordinary' consultation that is currently carried on so that confidence was retained in the consultation process.
Tom, if you want a copy of education.au's submission, contact me off list and I'll email it to you.
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From: Tom Worthington [mailto:Tom.Worthington at tomw.net.au]
Sent: Monday, 15 December 2008 8:22 AM
To: Jenny Millea; Link
Subject: Re: [LINK] AIIA raises concerns on Tanner and Conroy blog
At 09:02 AM 12/12/2008, Jenny Millea wrote:
>Tom, in our submission to the consultation about the consultation
>blog, education.au ...
Sounds interesting, but where is the submission? I found several
mentions of it with a web search, but couldn't find the actual
submission. AGIMO only seem to have provided summaries of the
submissions in PDF and MS-Word format, which seems to miss the point
of the exercise with "online" consultation.
>... arm's length to government ... clear and explicit processes
>... Manage expectations ... ongoing outreach activities ...
Why should that be done for online consultation, if it isn't done
normally? Where are the official procedures for government
consultation? Can't we just slip a section about on-line consultation
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