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$148 million allocation revealed for NSW Justice Cluster shared services reform

by Pallavi Singhal •
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The NSW Justice Cluster’s major shared corporate services reform is to cost $148 million over five years to 2018, the Auditor-General’s 2013 report on Law, Order and Emergency Services has revealed.

The Department of Attorney General and Justice’s (DAGJ) faltering LifeLink project has also been revived through an injection of...

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