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Australian government plans to share information between public services

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The government of Australia has made a commitment to share information between public services to expand opportunities for the most disadvantaged, fight crime and provide better public services.

 

The information-sharing statement, published by the Department for Constitutional Affairs (DCA), goes hand in hand with the Social Exclusion Action Plan launched by the government earlier this week to enable better multi-agency working to help and support the most disadvantaged people in society. The statement sets out how information is already being shared in a common-sense way to deliver better public services. It also illustrates how information could be shared in the future to achieve the government's goal of better public services – delivering better results for citizens, for businesses and for society as a whole.

 

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