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NSW and SA Make Machinery of Government Changes

by Cameron Sinclair •
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Two states have recently announced machinery of government changes to take effect on 1 July, with the new entities likely to continue using existing systems in the short term but may go to market for fresh ICT infrastructure in the medium term. 

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