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Husic: “Don’t be surprised” if Labor reviews DTA

by Cameron Sinclair •
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Labor’s Shadow Minister for Industry and Innovation, Ed Husic, says that no one should be surprised if elected,an Albanese government conducts a review into the effectiveness of the Digital Transformation Agency (DTA). Elaborating on this, he said, "that’s not a policy, it’s a statement of the bleeding obvious”.

Husic was asked for his views on the DTA during a presentation to the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) on how Labor’s recently announced ‘Buy Australia’ policy will impact ICT procurement.

He noted that the DTA had been established with good intentions under Malcolm Turnbull, but had been "degraded under Morrison”, with state governments now leading the digital transformation of services to citizens.

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