Universities Australia regularly makes submissions to government inquiries and reviews, 

Some earlier documents are only held in hard-copy - please contact our registry for details.


UA’s submission to the Medical Workforce Assessment 24 Jan 2017
UA recognises that there is a current maldistribution of medical workforce to rural areas of Australia. UA supports adequate access to health professionals across the range of Australian locations and health care settings and recognises the role that universities play in developing Australia’s medical and other health professional workforce.
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2017–18 Pre-budget submission 24 Jan 2017
A profound shift is underway across the Australian economy. As the mining investment boom recedes, we face an urgent task to broaden growth and diversify the economy. Decisions taken now will shape Australia’s living standards, job security and social cohesion in the years ahead.
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Draft 2016 National Research Infrastructure Roadmap Submission 17 Jan 2017
Government investment in first class research infrastructure is vital to the long-term sustainability of Australia’s research program, driving innovation, economic productivity and social benefits for the nation.
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Submission to the Productivity Commission’s Draft Report on Data Availability and Use 24 Nov 2016
Universities Australia (UA) thanks the Productivity Commission for the opportunity to provide feedback to the Draft Report on Data Availability and Use. As UA noted in our submission to the issues paper, universities play an essential role in driving Australia’s open data agenda through their research programs, as producers and users of vast amounts of data in their own right, and as educators of Australia’s data analysts and data scientists.
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Submission to the Committee’s inquiry into the medical complaints process in Australia 24 Nov 2016
I am writing following Senator Stirling Griff’s request that Universities Australia (UA) provide a submission to the Committee’s inquiry into the medical complaints process in Australia. UA would like to take this opportunity to respond to some of the issues that have been raised in other submissions and the public hearing.
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