Digital leaders want movement on government digitisation

Digital leaders want movement on government digitisation
Tuanz CEO Craig Young said digital leaders feel businesses are pushing ahead, while the government lags. (Image: Getty)
Ben Moore
New Zealand’s digital leaders want the government to move on digitising public services.A report from the Technology Users Association of NZ (Tuanz) outlined the industry body’s priorities for the year ahead and key initiatives it would like from the government.The report is based on interviews with 12 information technology executives from some of the country’s largest organisations, such as Spark, Air NZ, the University of Auckland and the Ministry of Education.Released on Tuesday, it outlines five broad priorities: lifting...

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