National COVID-19 Coordination Commission

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The National COVID-19 Coordination Commission (NCCC) was set up by the Federal Australian Goverment on 25 March 2020 to coordinate advice on actions to anticipate and mitigate the economic and social impacts within the private and public sectors over the course of the global COVID-19 pandemic.

In May 2021, the federal government advised that the Commission has concluded its work on behalf of the government as the country heads towards the path of economic recovery.

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Laura Berry
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Samantha Hogg
NEW ROLE: Samantha Hogg, Commissioner09 Sep 2020
Bao Hoang
NEW ROLE: Bao Hoang, Commissioner09 Sep 2020
Paul Howes
NEW ROLE: Paul Howes, National Managing Partner, KPMG Enterprise (Sydney)09 Sep 2020
Paul Howes
NEW ROLE: Paul Howes, Commissioner09 Sep 2020
Su McCluskey
NEW ROLE: Su McCluskey, Commissioner09 Sep 2020
Mike Hirst
NEW ROLE: Mike Hirst, Commissioner09 Sep 2020
Andrew Liveris
NEW ROLE: Andrew Liveris, Special Advisor09 Sep 2020

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