COAG Reform Council

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The COAG Reform Council (the council) was established by the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) as part of the arrangements for federal financial relations [1] to assist COAG to drive its reform agenda . The council is Independent of individual governments and reports directly to COAG on reforms of national significance that require cooperative action by Australian governments.

Current Membership[edit]

Membership of the council comprises a Chairman, Deputy Chairman, four Councillors and an Executive Councillor who is also the Head of the COAG Reform Council secretariat.

  • Mr Paul McClintock AO (Chairman)
  • The Hon Dr Geoff Gallop AC (Deputy Chairman)
  • Mr Peter Corish AM
  • Ms Patricia Faulkner AO
  • Mr John Langoulant AO
  • Dr Doug McTaggart
  • Ms Mary Ann O'Loughlin (Executive Councillor and Head of Secretariat)

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