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Digitization of Services ● Integrating new technology ● Navigating legacy services 

Government agencies were big winner in the 2017 budget.  With investments made towards digitisation, ehealth and cyber security.  The government’s renewed commitment to technology led transformation is aimed at improving citizen services and mitigating risks.

The 3rd Annual Digital Disruption for Government 2017 conference returns with a brand new agenda, featuring case studies on successful technology transformation projects. It reveals the war stories of overcoming the red tape and big wins in improved citizen services and increasing operational efficiencies.

Topcs being discussed include:

-          Investigating new developments in technology including AI, data and automation to drive  improved service delivery

-          Exploring the digital economy and ensuring policy and regulation are in tune with shifting trends

-          Understanding the life path of an increasingly digital citizen

-          Exploring the impact of cloud migration on service delivery and citizen engagement

-          Navigating legacy systems and aging infrastructure to effectively drive digital transformation

-          Assessing policy and Strategy for a Sustainable Whole of Government Digital Transformation

-          Establishing KPIs and measuring ROI 

Early confirmed speakers include:

Warren Prentice, Chief Technology Officer, eHealth Queensland

Paul Shetler, former CEO, Digital Transformation Officer

Bas Wilson, Chief Technology Officer, Fair Work Ombudsman

Michael Vanderheide, Chief Executive Officer, Cenitex

Hon Ed Husic, Shadow Minister for Digital Economy

Ric Clarke, Director, Emerging Data and Methods, Australian Bureau of Statistics

Colin Fairweather, Chief Information Officer, City of Melbourne

Jonathan Coppell, Commissioner, Productivity Commission

Stuart Gibbon, Executive Director, ICT Strategy and Delivery, Office of the GCIO, Department of Premier and Cabinet, South Australia

Barry Fisk, Chief Information Security Officer, Ministry of Social Development (NZ)

Sinead O’Brien, Executive Director, Office for Customer, ICT & Digital Transformation , Department of the Premier and Cabinet, South Australia

 

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Key Topics Include:

 
Investigating new developments in tech including AI, data & automation to drive improved service delivery
 
Exploring the digital economy and ensuring policy and regulation are in tune with shifting trends
 
Understanding the life path of an increasingly digital citizen
 
Establishing KPIs and measuring ROI
 
Navigating legacy systems and aging infrastructure to effectively drive digital transformation
 
Assessing policy and Strategy for a Sustainable Whole of Government Digital Transformation
 
Exploring the impact of cloud migration on service delivery and citizen engagement
 
Getting buy-in and support from stakeholders at all levels

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