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Is CSIRO's independence under threat?

The Commission of Audit's recommendation to give the Federal Government greater control over the CSIRO could damage the organisation’s reputation for independence and scientific integrity, the Staff Association has warned. Full story here

7 key issues from the Commission of Audit 

Weighing in at over nine hundred pages and containing 86 separate recommendations, the Commission of Audit Report casts a big shadow. Here's a list of seven things you need to know about the Commission of Audit and CSIRO. Exclusive analysis here

Restructure rolls on - latest update 

CSIRO management have agreed to provide updated employee numbers at a meeting with the Staff Association later this week. In the meantime, we've got new information on the progress of the restructure, including news on jobs, performance agreements and much more. Latest update here.

Building safety risks?

The Commission of Audit has found that CSIRO faces a shortfall of $175 million to keep properties and buildings up to code. Media reports have raised questions regarding safety risks at some facilities and it's up to management to provide the answers. More here.

Pearce Inquiry update  

The Pearce Inquiry has recently released the second report into bullying, harassment and unreasonable behaviour at CSIRO. There are lessons to be learnt, and the Staff Association has called on management to pay attention and take action. More here


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