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Anna Crabb

Locality: Canberra Area, Australia
Summary: Manager, Performance Audit at Australian National Audit Office
Past: Policy Officer, Strategic Policy Branch at Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA) Consultant, Public Policy and Organisation Reviews Division at State Services Authority, Victorian Government Victorian Government Graduate Program at Victorian Government Research Assistant, Centre for Behvaioural Research at The Cancer Council Victoria Summer Intern Research Officer, Office for Workforce Development at Department of Premier and Cabinet (Vic) Research Intern at Parliament of Victoria see less... 3 more...
Education:  The Australian National University  (2009-2010) Areas of study: Economics, Finance, Project Management, Change Management and Human Resource Management.
 University of Melbourne Political Science (2007-2007) Article based on thesis research published in Australian Journal of Political Science (http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/contentcontent=a911049107d...
Industry: Government Administration
Experience: Australian National Audit Office (Government Agency; Accounting industry): Manager, Performance Audit,  (April 2008-Present) Performance audits play an important role in improving the efficiency, administration and management practices of public sector entities. After initially commencing with the ANAO in 2008 as a Performance Analyst, was promoted to a Senior Performance Anal...

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Anna Crabb | Australian Policy Online

1 POLITICS - Coalition still favourite for the poll 2 Ampe Akelyernemane Meke Mekarle "Little children are sacred": Report of the NT Board of Inquiry into the protection of Aboriginal ...

Politics and religious language | Australian Policy Online

17 June 2009 Anna Crabb looks at the increasing prominence of religion in Australian political discourse THOSE WHO SENSED that religion had become a bigger part of Australian ...

The World Today - Leaders look to God for political ...

SIMON SANTOW: Political researcher Anna Crabb looked at more than 2,000 speeches given by political leaders and prominent frontbenchers over a six-year period from 2000.

Religion and Politics - 16/06/2009 - ADJ - NSW Parliament

The interaction between religion, particularly Christianity, and politics was examined by Anna Crabb in the Australian Journal of Political Science, which came out in June this year

Gerard Henderson

[Aug 4, 2009] This became evident in June with Anna Crabbs article, "Invoking religion in Australian politics", published in The Australian Journal of Political Science.

Contracts audit finds confidentiality mess

The Audit Team conducting the study consisted of Anna Crabb, Emilia Schiavo, Clare Spring and Stuart Turnbull. The full audit report can be accessed at www.anao.gov.au

The Open House

Anna Crabb, a political researcher, has done some research to show that the pollies' claims to faith have increased in recent years. She analysed more than 2000 speeches ...

Reform of Australian Government Administration - Submissions

Anna Crabb (292.29 KB) 0085: Anonymous2 ...

Australia's political lexicon takes a holy bent

Melbourne University politics researcher Anna Crabb analysed 2422 speeches by 60 prominent federal politicians — the leaders and senior frontbenchers of the three main parties ...

Gerard Henderson

This became evident in June with Anna Crabb’s article, "Invoking religion in Australian politics", published in The Australian Journal of Political Science.

Jeeebus wants politicians for freakin' sunbeams? [Archive] - AFA ...

A Melbourne University politics researcher, Anna Crabb, analysed a sample of 2422 speeches by 60 prominent federal politicians - the leaders and senior frontbenchers of the three ...