DTA signs renewed MoU with AIIA
Under the renewed agreement, the DTA and AIIA will continue to exchange information and expertise to help achieve better outcomes for users of government services.
The memorandum of understanding includes a commitment to mutual engagement to shape thinking on potential solutions and initiatives for achieving this goal.
The parties have agreed to work together to review measures of success for the various initiatives. The agreement is designed to be inclusive to all AIIA measures.
The partnership has already helped facilitate industry engagement and consultation on DTA-led initiatives such as digital sourcing reform, the Digital Transformation Strategy and capability development. The renewed agreement will see this collaboration expanded to cover new areas.
DTA CEO Randal Brugeaud said the agreement reflects the fact that industry has a key role to play in the government’s digital transformation journey.
“Industry has a wealth of knowledge and experience that can assist government in improving services for people and businesses in Australia,” he said.
“Government must continue to work with industry to eliminate barriers and improve transparency so that all businesses, regardless of size, can contribute.”
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