The Victorian Government hyas called for public feedback on its proposed ICT strategy to manage procurement and prevent cost blowouts.
Established in June, the Victorian Information and Communications Advisory Committee’s (VICTAC) drafted the strategy following the government’s announcement to make it easier for companies to bid for work.
A draft version of the strategy has been made available to the public for comment, which will be further refined after consultation is complete.
VICTAC and the state government will consider the feedback received through the consultation period in the final strategy design, according to the Victorian Government.
Assistant Treasurer and Minister for Technology, Gordon Rich-Phillips said VICTAC has provided a practical, forward looking approach to the government’s acquisition and use of ICT.
“We are seeking the public’s input on the draft strategy,” Mr Rich-Phillips said.
The public consultation is due to close 17th October, 2012.
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