Government News have a lengthy spray by National Infrastructure Coordinator Michael Deegan on the arse covering bureaucracy costing Australia dearly from building the logistics networks to be competitive in the modern world:
“You would expect that somebody knows all the key pieces of economic infrastructure, what is needed for the future and that all relevant land spaces are monitored, protected and planned. You would expect common sense, and effective planning. You’d be wrong.” Mr Deegan said.
Mr Deegan warned that “bureaucratic charades and displays of truculence” held real consequences for jobs and national productivity.