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Grantly Mailes stands aside as CenITex chariman

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Victoria’s Chief Technology Advocate Grantly Mailes will stand aside as chairman of CenITex, reports ITNews. Mailes will be replaced by current board member and long-serving state bureaucrat Randall Straw. Mailes was appointed as Chariman in October 2013 following Grant Hehir’s appointment as the NSW Auditor-General. In December 2013, the CenITex board was re-expanded to full membership, following a period of classification as an “organising body” after then-Premier Ted Baillieu dismissed the Board. The new Board, led by Straw, will continue the overhaul of the troubled agency as it transitions to a broker of services.

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Jurisdiction
  • VIC
Category
  • IT Services
Sector
  • Finance & Services
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  • CenITex
  • Grantly Mailes