Master of Public Administration
Centre for Critical Governance Studies (CCGS)
Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis at the University of Canberra
Tu Pham was the Auditor-General for the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) from March 2004 to March 2011.
Tu held a number of senior executive roles in the ACT public service, including as Commissioner for ACT Revenue and Deputy Chief Executive of ACT Treasury. Tu participated in various high level inter-governmental committees on tax and financial reforms and also had served on a number of boards including the ACT Legal Aid Commission, ACT Public Trustee Investment Board, the Kingston Foreshore Development Authority and the ACT Government Procurement Board
Prior to joining the ACT Government, Tu worked with the Queensland Government and the Commonwealth Grants Commission.
Tu was a recipient of the 1998 Australia Day Award of a Public Service Medal for her outstanding services in public administration. In 2008, Tu received the ACT Telstra Business Women’s Award in the Government and community sector.
Tu holds a Bachelor degree in Economics (University of Queensland), and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management.
The state Audit Office of Vietnam had undergone a training on Performance Audits at the Institute under the leadership of Tu.
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