Did the Coalition's IT dirt-digging mission come up empty handed?

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Did the Coalition's IT dirt-digging mission come up empty handed?

[Blog post] Under-resourced IT audit kept behind closed doors.

Twelve months after it landed on Finance Minister Mathias Cormann's desk, the public has finally been given a look at the findings of an official public sector IT spending audit promised by the Coalition in the lead up to its 2013 election win. The findings? We’d have to call ...

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Paris Cowan
Paris Cowan joined iTnews in July 2013 after a stint at Intermedium, a news and data analysis firm based exclusively on government IT procurement. At Intermedium, Paris reported on new IT projects underway in state and federal agencies, interviewed public sector CIOs and was subsequently promoted to Online Editor in June 2012. While public sector IT will remain her key focus at iTnews, she has been given a broader remit to cover technology programs across several industries.
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