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CGRIS Six Monthly Report

On Friday 4 December 2009 the Coordinator General for Remote Indigenous Services, Mr Brian Gleeson, reported on his first six months. 

Following the release Mr Gleeson made a presentation on Monday 7 December 2009 that included:

  •  the key strengths of the Remote Service Delivery Strategy;
  • what has emerged from visiting all 29 communities over recent months;
  • why Local Implementation Plans will be so important;
  • some of the systemic issues that are emerging;
  • what next; and
  • lessons learned.

 The presentation can be viewed here.

You can view the Coordinator General's first Six Monthly Report in it's entirety  with the following options;

You can view the Coordinator General's report for each priority community by following the links below.

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