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Ministry of Social Development deputy chief executive steps aside after blunder in data collection project

New Zealand Herald Friday, 19 May 2017
Ministry of Social Development deputy chief executive steps aside after blunder in data collection projectA high-ranking public servant is stepping aside following a review into a Ministry of Social Development blunder involving client information in a controversial information-sharing programme.The review was into an April incident...
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