After revealing earlier this week there were 84 IT projects underway by the federal government that cost in excess of AU$10 million, the Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) has clarified its role in their delivery. CEO Randall Brugeaud said the DTA works with the agencies delivering projects, mostly to capture information on their project status. However, that information is provided to the DTA by that particular agency. “We do make a critical assessment of that and in some situations, engage with the agencies to discuss the status of their program in more detail,” he declared to the Finance and Public Administration References Committee on Friday. “I can’t go into detail on the status of individual agency programs, it’s the responsibility of the agencies to provide advice on the status of their programs.” The agency has been grilled on its lack of involvement in high-cost projects before. In 2019, Brugeaud revealed that for a troubled IT project to get on the DTA’s radar, the responsible agency is required to dob themselves in. The DTA in early 2017 was charged with looking into the structures of existing Australian government high-cost technology projects . It was to “oversee and advise on ICT and digital… Read full this story
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