Professor Percy Allan AM, has helped national, regional and local governments in Australia, China, India, Thailand, Indonesia, The Philippines and elsewhere review and reform their planning, management and financial policies and practices. His Australian work includes a financial audit of the Northern Territory, a Commonwealth/State national inq...View more >
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