Changing the Change Program's agenda

Changing the Change Program's agenda

Summary: What happens when you change the agenda of the ATO's Change Program, or program in some changes to the Agenda? Or which way actually is it? Not to mention whether there will be any change left in the budget after the program's agenda has changed.

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video The Australian Taxation Office has spent hundreds of millions of dollars on its ambitious IT reform program. But is it a Change Program or a Change Agenda?

And what happens when you change the agenda of the Change Program, or program in some changes to the Agenda? Or which way actually is it? Not to mention whether there will be any change left in the budget after the program's agenda has changed.

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Topics: Government AU, Government, Outsourcing

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  • change

    you guys have way to much time on your hands!
    anonymous