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The findings of the royal commission into the former Labor government's home insulation program have been released. http://www.homeinsulationroyalcommission.gov.au/Pages/default.aspx
Section 14.16 Australian Government document management covers a number of recordkeeping shortcomings of various stakeholders. It includes:
“14.16.1……..What the process has revealed is a quite inadequate system of document management and record keeping by those involved in the HIP.
14.16.2 In providing proper advice, and in recording all key decisions, it is necessary for there to be a system of record keeping and for that system to be enforced.
14.16.3 It is evident that those engaged in the HIP did not keep detailed records of key decisions and how they were arrived at. Many claimed they were simply too busy to do so.”
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