Morrow, who has overseen rollout of national broadband network, says role has been ‘sometimes frustrating’
The NBN chief executive, Bill Morrow, will quit his role by the end of the year, ending four years heading the rollout of the national broadband network during which he oversaw a massive change of direction in the nation’s largest infrastructure project.
Morrow said in a note to staff that it was “with a heavy heart” that he was leaving.
“At times my role at NBN has been challenging, relentless and, yes, sometimes frustrating, but never has there been a time that I wasn’t proud to be a part of the NBN team,” Morrow said in the note.
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