JCPAA

AcronymDefinition
JCPAAJoint Committee of Public Accounts and Audit (Australia)
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The second position raises questions about the separation of government and contractor, access to information and asks to what extent proper accountability can be realized (Mulgan, 1997; JCPAA, 2000).
"Accountability and parliamentary scrutiny is being eroded through the application of commercial-in-confidence to all parts of government contracts" (JCPAA, 2000:2.44).
JCPAA (Joint Committee of Public Accounts and Audit) (2000).