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New WofG Architecture fates dated or inflexible tech to the dustbin

by Chris Huckstepp •
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Suppliers who have benefited from the Federal Government’s devolved and patchwork information and communication technology (ICT) environment should be on notice to re-evaluate their future as the result of the new Whole of Government (WofG) ICT architecture.

Digital tools have been adopted by the Australian Public Sector slowly and inconsistently, according to the Independent Review of the Australian Public Sector which recommended a WofG ICT blueprint back in 2019.

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