Cabinet cancels ‘direction’ by former gov’t to appoint Piukala to lead e-gov’t process

    Kuo fakangata 'e he pule'anga' 'o Tu'i'onetoa' 'a e tu'utu'uni ke fokotu'u ke fakangāue'i 'a Pīveni Piukala' ne fai 'e he pule'anga ki mu'a 'o 'Akilisi Pōhiva'. Pehē mei he kapineti ne 'ikai fou 'a e tu'utu'uni ko 'eni 'i he founga angamaheni' pea 'ikai foki ke ma'u 'e Piukala 'a e taukei fakaako kakato 'oku fiema'u ki he ngāue' ni 'a ia ko hono tataki 'a e ngāue ki hono fakakomipiuta'i e ngaahi ngāue 'a e pule'anga' pe 'oku 'iloa ko e e-government.

    A direction by the late ‘Akilisi Pōhiva government to appoint computer expert Piveni Piukala to lead its electronic government reform process has been revoked. The Pōhiva Tu’i’onetoa’s cabinet said today “the proposed appointment of Mr Piveni Piukala was handpicked and without proper due processes.” It said there was “no agreed Terms of Reference in place,”…


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