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Federal Government deadly serious about ICT re-use according to Stuart Robert

by Cameron Sinclair •
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Changes with far-reaching impacts on the Federal Government ICT market were announced by Minister the Hon. Stuart Robert during an end of year address on Friday 3 December 2021. 

The changes relate to heightened project approval powers for the Digital Transformation Agency (DTA), a determination to 're-use' ICT components at a Whole of Government (WofG) level and a determination to facilitate this re-use through a WofG ICT architecture.

Under the changes announced by Robert, new ICT spending proposals are to be signed off by DTA.  To achieve such a sign-off, the proponent agency will have to:

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