Daily Links for June 13, 2018: Census and Statistics feedback, digital ID push, AI program

By The Mandarin

June 13, 2018

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+ Growing the power of Census and Statistics: Treasury seeking more feedback
+ ACCC: the state of the rural water sector in the Murray-Darling Basin
+ DTA call for public comment: extra support to create a digital identity
+ More DTA consultation: next steps for our new procurement framework
+ Linda Waugh appointed Merit Protection Commissioner


+ Leveraging Executive Female Talent Forum: By Harvard Business School
+ The 4th Annual PMO Leadership Conference
+ Communicating with Impact


NSW government looks to Microsoft AI to cut $10m costs
“The NSW government is looking to slash its procurement costs through a new AI program at its Data Analytics Centre, which tells it when money is being wasted.” (AFR)

Union concerns over data breach impacts
Tasmanian unions are worried urgent positions will not be filled fast enough because the Government has shut down its recruitment website in response to a data breach.” (ABC News)

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