Double-fault — a pandemic of government incompetence

One day a rooster, the next day a feather duster

By LAURIE PATTON | 24 January 2022

Novak Djokovic may have thought he’d beaten the system when he entered Australia. Instead he shone a light on our government’s lack of accountability.

The Djokovic visa saga was a stuff-up from end to end. One that has shone a light on the centre court of government in this country. And in the process further exposed a glaring lack of accountability in the public sector.

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Badly designed. Badly marketed. The virus that has infected the Australian government

By LAURIE PATTON | 4 May 2020

In the same week that Labor front-benchers Kristina Keneally and Tim Watts released a discussion paper examining Australia’s cyber resilience the Government was battling to convince us to download an app that IT experts and lawyers warn has basic design flaws.

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