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VIDEO: New CEO of the Digital Transformation Office, Paul Shetler, sets out his approach for the rapid roll out of products to meet the needs of citizens to APS executives.
Newly appointed CEO for the Digital Transformation Office, Paul Shetler, called for agencies to start small and build fast as he outlined his approach to APS executives at an #psinnovate15 event in Canberra.
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