NGAA has made a 2019-20 Budget Submission to the Federal Government, focussing on five building blocks for good growth.
Reform and Rebalance
People and Place-based Investment
Accelerate Economic Transition
Innovate: funding, financing and governance mechanisms
The full submission is available on the Advocacy page of the NGAA website.
"On a good day, IT specialist Mohini Karki spent 90 minutes battling public transport from her Cranbourne East home into the CBD. These days, Ms Karki’s office is a spare room in her outer-suburban home."
The Age, 1 November 2020
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