Skip to main content

Victoria making it “harder for underperforming projects to go unnoticed”

by Chris Huckstepp •
Subscriber preview

Although the Victoria Auditor-General’s Office (VAGO) has not listed the specific ICT projects it intends to examine, it wants to make it “harder for underperforming projects to go unnoticed,” and has scheduled into its two year (2014–15 and 2015–16) performance audit program an audit of major ICT projects and initiatives.  The first reporting on ICT projects can be expected in April 2015.

Already a subscriber? Sign in here to keep reading

Want more content like this? Contact our team for subscription options!

  • Stay up-to-date on the latest news in government
  • Navigate market uncertainty with executive-level reports
  • Gain a deeper understanding of public sector procurement trends
  • Know exactly where government is spending
Jurisdiction
  • VIC
Category
  • IT Services
Sector
  • Infrastructure
  • Justice
  • Policy
  • Transport
  • Treasury