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The Digital Agency kicked off operations Wednesday in the hope that it will become a powerful engine driving Japan’s digital transformation as part of Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga’s administrative reform agenda.

The move is expected to push the digitalization of a public sector notorious for its limited use of digital tools in administrative procedures.

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