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Change on the cards for WA government

CAUGHT up in the push for a common badge, business cards throughout all government agencies will conform to a simple design with the new government crest, following recommendations made by the machinery of government task force.

Office of the Premier senior media adviser Grahame Armstrong said a decision to develop a single design style for all government business cards was part of the MOG changes.

“All existing cards will be used up and ultimately if there are all sorts of different logos it will be cheaper to have one,” he said.

The new look is not just confined to business cards. The common badge will grace all the letterheads and stationary across all government agencies.

The design conformity has been implicated to deliver a unified profile for the Government and clearly identify agencies as part of government.

The adoption of the new corporate style logo will uniformly badge government agencies across the public sector. The Government of WA with the WA landform wrapped around an image of the globe will be a familiar site as of July 2002, the deadline for the introduction of the new badge.

The new logo has been designed in a deep ochre red and a cool blue green.

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