Video news release footage of the Department of Human Services ‘Battle of the Innovators’ event on 23 November 2017.
Footage includes interviews with the department’s Chief Information Officer Gary Sterrenberg and ACT Australian of the Year and guest judge Dion Devow.
Further information about the event is available
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