Strategic Review progress


NBN Co today named the consultancies it has chosen to support the Strategic Review of the rollout of the National Broadband Network.

The company has selected three advisory firms to contribute their services to the review process:

  • Deloitte will provide governance and the program management office services to ensure the Strategic Review fits within the parameters and tight deadline for submission set by the Government;
  • KordaMentha will contribute to the analysis of the current NBN operational and financial performance;
  • Boston Consulting Group will participate in the review of the timing, financials and product offers under alternative models of delivering very fast broadband

The Strategic Review is being led by NBN Co’s Board and executive management, under the sponsorship of JB Rousselot, the company’s Head of Strategy and Transformation.

The company will mobilise a cross-divisional team of NBN Co employees who will work closely with the external consultants.

It will form a key input into the company’s 2014-17 Corporate Plan, which is due to be delivered to the Government in the first half of next year.

The three consultancies were chosen as part of a select tender process announced on 16 October.

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NOTES TO EDITORS            

NBN Co is tasked with fulfilling the Commonwealth’s policy goal of ensuring all Australians have access to very fast broadband as soon, cost-effectively and affordably as possible.

The Terms of Reference and the timing for the Strategic Review were communicated to NBN Co on 3 October 2013.

The Statement of Expectations directs the company to continue to roll out fibre to the premises while the review process is underway. It also gives NBN Co the flexibility to use a wider range of technologies to connect homes and businesses to the National Broadband Network.

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