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Briefings to the new Transport Minister

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Anytime there’s a new government and/or minister, the associated agencies produce a Briefing to the Incoming Minister (BIM) to help them get up to speed. They also have the advantage of many policy documents in that they tend to represent … Continued

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Briefings to the new Transport Minister

Briefings to the new Transport Minister

Anytime there’s a new government and/or minister, the associated agencies produce a Briefing to the Incoming Minister (BIM) to help them get up to speed. They also have the advantage of ...

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