Govt CIO establishes taskforce to deliver action plan
- 22 November, 2012 22:00
Senior members of the government ICT community have been brought together as a taskforce to work with the office of the Government CIO to deliver a Government ICT action plan through to 2017.
The taskforce, which has been working since mid-October fulltime, will continue on a part-time basis till delivery of the plan in March next year.
The main team comprises: Suri Bartlett, from Tenzing, as the independent chair; Craig Soutar, NZTA; Jon Cummings, Corrections; Tracy Voice, MPI; Keitha Booth, LINZ; Paul Jordan, GCSB; and John Roberts, Archives NZ, DIA.
The Department of Internal Affairs says in a statement in response to Computerworld inquiries that the plan of action aims to save money, improve service, develop expertise and ensure business continuity.
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