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Senate inquiry shapes Labor's ICT labour hire policy

by Cameron Sinclair •
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Significant impacts for labour hire, consulting firms, and IT service providers seem set to arise under an Albanese Labor Government following the release of recommendations by a key Senate inquiry.  

The Senate Finance and Public Affairs (FPA) References Committee, chaired by NSW Labor Senator Tim Ayres (a former union secretary), has released its findings after conducting a 12-month inquiry into Australian Public Service (APS) capability.

The inquiry makes 36 recommendations, including:

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