This inquiry is a current Legislative Assembly inquiry conducted by the Public Accounts Committee. This inquiry was established on 23 August 2012 to inquire into and report on issues arising from reports by the Auditor-General on the procurement and management of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Services by NSW government agencies. In doing so, the Committee will have regard to recent procurement reforms and the three major weaknesses identified by the Auditor-General as leading to failure in ICT project delivery and ongoing project management: deficient project management; poorly guided and managed system migration and data conversions; and poor contract management.The inquiry will focus on measures to improve ICT contract management; the efficacy of central agency policies and strategies; the adequacy of risk management and corruption prevention strategies; long-term planning and other related matters.
Self-referred: 23 Aug 2012
» Call for submissions: 12 Sep 2012
» Submissions close: 14 Nov 2012
No records of reports or government responses are available for this inquiry.
View the public submission(s) published by the committee in relation to this inquiry.
The closing date for submissions was 14 November 2012
The Committee Manager
Public Accounts Committee (PAC)
Sydney NSW 2000
Fax: 02-9230 3052
This inquiry was self-referred. 23 August 2012, Minutes No 31, Item 3.