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Paul McClintock AO, Chairman, COAG Reform Council, 19 October 2010


Paul McClintock AO addressed a CEO Boardroom event for 20 senior business executives where he discussed ”The COAG reform agenda - how are governments performing so far?”. This CEO boardroom event was generously hosted byTressCox Lawyers.

The role of the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) is to initiate, develop and monitor the implementation of policy reforms that are of national significance, and which require cooperative action by the Commonwealth, State and Territory governments.

The overarching objective of the COAG reform agenda is to improve the wellbeing of Australians now and into the future.The COAG Reform Council has been established by COAG as part of the arrangements for federal financial relations. The council’s mission is to assist COAG to drive its reform agenda by strengthening public accountability of the performance of governments through independent and evidence-based monitoring, assessment and reporting.

Paul McClintock is Chairman of the COAG Reform Council, Medibank Private Limited, Thales Australia, Intoll Management Limited and the Institute of Virology. He is also a Director of Perpetual Limited.
From July 2000 to March 2003, Paul was Secretary to Cabinet and Head of the Cabinet Policy Unit in the Australian Government, reporting directly to the Prime Minister, The Hon John Howard. As Head of the Cabinet Policy Unit, Paul was the Prime Minister’s most senior personal adviser on strategic directions in policy formulation.

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