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Lawyer joins ATS board

Alisi Vucago
Friday, February 23, 2018

Update: 1:12PM SENIOR legal officer Tupoutua Baravilala was appointed to the Board of Directors of Fiji's Air Terminal Services.

In a government statement, Ms Baravilala was welcomed by her fellow Board members at the ATS quarterly meeting yesterday.

"Ms Baravilala is also a Government-appointed board member of the Fiji Ports Corporation Limited (FPCL), and is the focal point for the Fijian Government in its Digital Government Transformation (DGT) program, a collaboration with Singapore Cooperation Enterprise (SCE) to digitise government public services through mobile applications," it said.

In 2014, she was involved in the establishment of the Tertiary Education Scholarships and Loans Board (TSLB) and was involved in the finalisation of the revised edition of the laws of Fiji in 2016.

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