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SA Election: Digital and ICT implications if Labor wins

by Jack Le Guay •
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Labor will create a new one-stop shop Service SA website and will require all government services to “embrace fully an accelerated digital by default approach” if it is elected on Saturday 19 March. 

Labor called the current Service SA platform "clumsy and outdated" and has said that a combination of the Digital Restart Fund and redirected agency resources will be used to fund the refresh

Premier Steven Marshall will be hoping the state's response to COVID, which saw him record a personal approval rating of 68 per cent in September 2020, will see him over the line, as it did other incumbent governments. 

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