Updating the project management bodies of knowledge

Shorten factional ally David Feeney claims he renounced his British entitlements in 2007, but neither he nor the British Home Office can find the papers. She claimed

Shorten factional ally David Feeney claims he renounced his British entitlements in 2007, but neither he nor the British Home Office can find the papers. She claimed $1.2m in expenses last year, including a trip to Sydney for a film premiere and a day at the polo.The same Feeney forgot to declare a $2.3 million house in his register of pecuniary interests. She charged taxpayers $7000 for four trips to Adelaide that coincided with her older sister’s birthdays.

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Shorten factional ally David Feeney claims he renounced his British entitlements in 2007, but neither he nor the British Home Office can find the papers. She claimed $1.2m in expenses last year, including a trip to Sydney for a film premiere and a day at the polo.

The same Feeney forgot to declare a $2.3 million house in his register of pecuniary interests. She charged taxpayers $7000 for four trips to Adelaide that coincided with her older sister’s birthdays.

.2m in expenses last year, including a trip to Sydney for a film premiere and a day at the polo.The same Feeney forgot to declare a .3 million house in his register of pecuniary interests. She charged taxpayers 00 for four trips to Adelaide that coincided with her older sister’s birthdays.

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The also found eight occasions when official business took her to the same city her beloved Eagles were playing away games. Nor when Labor frontbencher Tony Burke was forced to declare two undisclosed separate stays worth thousands of dollars at Eddie Obeid’s luxury Perisher ski lodge in 2004 to 2006.

Or when Burke took his family on a taxpayer-funded business class trip to Uluru during the 2012 school holidays, or used a family reunion entitlement to take four family members from Ballina back to Sydney during the 2010 school holidays. When Labor senator Sam Dastyari allowed a Chinese government-linked company to pay off a $1600 travel debt, give him two bottles of Grange worth $1400 (disclosed as “two bottles of wine”) and meet a $40,000 legal bill, the obvious conflict finally became too much for him to remain on the frontbench and then in the Senate. No wonder Donald Trump’s “drain the swamp” resonates so strongly with the electorate.

Given Australia rates below countries like Vietnam, Brazil and Thailand in military strength, one might expect the Defence Minister to make vast improvements in combat readiness her sole priority.

It takes a long bow to contend that breast jobs and transgender surgery have a direct relationship to military prowess.

Many politicians and bureaucrats systematically cause delays and unnecessary expenditure, and ignore reality.

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