Australia and Vietnam unite to fuel digital transformation


Thursday, 29 August, 2019


Australia and Vietnam unite to fuel digital transformation

A digital transformation collaboration between Australia and Vietnam is set to expand under a memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed by the countries’ governments.

Australia’s Ambassador to Vietnam, Robyn Mundie, signed the MoU with the Vietnam Office of the Government on behalf of the Australian Digital Transformation Agency (DTA).

DTA Chief Executive Officer Randall Brugeaud said the MoU provided an opportunity for government officials to exchange digital transformation experiences and knowledge and build capability across the region.

“Digital transformation doesn’t happen in isolation. It is both a challenge and an opportunity that governments around the world are all facing. We cannot underestimate the value of sharing expertise and learning from our international counterparts,” Brugeaud said.

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