Government Relations provides strategic advice to the Vice-Chancellor, University Council, senior-executive and the wider Charles Sturt University community on all matters relating to our engagement and positioning with government and policy.
Taking a collaborative approach, we seek to work with government to deliver the best possible outcomes for the University as a whole.
Government Relations is responsible for:
Managing engagement and advocacy with government and political stakeholders
Coordinating campus visits and other engagement opportunities for the University community with government and political stakeholders
Crafting responses to official inquiries and discussion papers, including Senate Inquiries and Federal and State Government Green and White Paper processes
Providing government relations and policy training to key University staff for their future government and stakeholder interactions
Maintaining databases of University-wide engagement and interaction with government and political stakeholders.