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Tax commissioner Chris Jordan has kicked off an independent review into the technology crash that knocked out its online services for large parts of this week, promising it would ascertain the definitive cause of the the failure of the storage technology it had bought from Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE).
In a statement released on Friday, Mr Jordan said that since the crash on Monday, Australian Taxation Office and HPE staff had worked around the clock to restore systems progressively, and that its website, the Tax Agent Portal, BAS Portal and Business Portals were now back up and running.
Read the full story at the Australian Financial Review.