We are government business specialists. We work from a deep understanding of government service delivery. This has been our core business since our foundation.

More than 95% of our work over the past 16 years has been with federal government departments. We have been appointed to more than 50 panels, representing over 58 departments and statutory agencies. We have a significant track record spanning numerous sectors, including health, ageing, human services, environment, agriculture, education, immigration and border protection, finance and indigenous affairs.


Health Portfolio

We understand the health sector and have been supporting governments and government entities in health policy implementation for over eight years. With a primary focus on the Department of health, we have also conducted assignments of relevance for NeHTA, the National Blood Authority, Cancer Australia, the National Health and Hospital Call Centre Network (NHCCN), the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, and the NSW Health Department; further strengthening our claim that we truly understand the Australian Health sector.


Education Portfolio

We have significant experience working for the Department of Education, and have been providing services within the education portfolio since 2004. This has included work for previous portfolio departments the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) and before that the Department of Education, Science and Technology (DEST). We are currently on the Department’s existing panel for business improvement facilitators.

Our capability is evidenced by a wide range of assignments, which in summary include…


Central Agencies

Apis has been supporting Commonwealth Central Agencies for more than fifteen years across a range of small and large scale reform initiatives. Our work includes support to the Department of Finance and Deregulation (DoFD), Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO), Prime Minister and Cabinet (DPMC), Treasury, and the Department of Parliamentary Services (DPS). In these Departments, we have played prominent roles both in corporate reform initiatives, as well as support in development of major policy of national significance.

Furthermore, our work with a number of other Commonwealth Departments has brought us into close engagement with central agencies on a number of occasions.