Quigley's costly NBN mistake

The NBN Co boss has started a high stakes game that could end up costing him his job and set the project back even further.

NBN Co chief executive Mike Quigley’s decision to offer the federal opposition an olive branch has inadvertently started a high stakes game that endangers his own position and may put the project back several years.

Speaking at an American Chamber of Commerce lunch in Sydney last Friday, Quigley made a plea for accurate reporting and a call for an industry study of all the technology options available for the project.

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