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DEPARTMENTSDepartment of Industry, Innovation and Science, Department of Defence, Attorney-General's Department, Australian Public Service Commission, Digital Transformation Office, Australian Border Force, NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet, NSW Department of Education, NSW Department of Justice, Corruption and Crime Commission
New South Wales will see extensive machinery of government changes this week, while federally the Digital Transformation Office will launch as a flagship agency. Here are The Mandarin’s non-exhaustive picks of public sector changes that formally take effect around Australia this fiscal year.
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