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Uber but for government money

Uber but for government money

Update: 2020-05-262
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A multimillion-dollar contract for an app that places aged-care workers in nursing homes has triggered concerns about quality and access. The government money favours one private company, which says it has “no duty of care” for the work it provides. Rick Morton on the limited tender that won big for an app called Mable.

 

Guest: Senior reporter for The Saturday Paper Rick Morton.


Background reading:

Exclusive: Gov’s $5.8 million aged-care app offers “no duty of care” in The Saturday Paper

The Saturday Paper

The Monthly



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