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AIIA pushes digital twin, digital restart fund, greater investment in MHR

by Cameron Sinclair •
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Ahead of the federal budget and election, the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) has put a policy submission to Federal government. 

The AIIA asserts that if adopted, its recommendations will ensure Australia meets the Government’s stated objectives to be a top three digital government globally by 2025 and a leading digital economy by 2030. 

Recommendations regarding digital twinning, the establishment of a Federal digital restart fund, and changes to My Health Record are among the twenty-five that sit under digital government, emerging critical technologies, skills agenda, domestic capability, commercialisation agenda and digital health sub-headings.  

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