The 112-page report into the failed 2016 census, tabled by the Senate Economics Reference Committee on Thursday, presumably brings to an end — for the year at least — the unedifying tale of how bureaucrats and tech firms bungled what should be an orderly count of the populace.
The Senate Economics Reference Committee has recommended that any privacy impact assessment into the census should be handled by an external party and the outcome published on the website of the Australian Bureau of Statistics a year before the census to which it relates.
Mobile systems provider Mobile Mentor is claiming one of the largest bring-your-own-device (BYOD) deployments in Australian history with the rollout of the ABS’s 2016 Census Collect app to 33,000 field officers.
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