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NSW OpenGov Leadership Forum 2017
Tue 11 July 2017, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM AEST
The NSW ICT Strategy ( Digital+ 2016) will assist the Government in achieving its State Priorities which were released by the NSW Government.The Government has set a target of 70 per cent of government transactions to be conducted through digital channels by 2019.
Rapid changes and disruptions will continue and perhaps accelerate as innovators and entrepreneurs, find new ways to leverage technology, digital data and analytics to reduce costs, save time, generate new value or solve old problems.
Australian Government has been on the forefront of embracing technological advancements to improve service delivery models to its citizens.
By investing in its own ICT environment, government and public sector is demonstrating economic and productivity benefits .These changes are already affecting every facet of the Australian economy and society. For example, access to fast broadband and its associated technologies is ending isolation for people living in remote areas. These technologies are also enabling a completely new paradigm for government and commercial service delivery that is more efficient and better meets the needs of its people.
The leap towards Digital Transformation, Digital Economy and Digital Innovation is evident everywhere. The focus is on:
• Building a better society for all Australians and be more responsive to the expectations of the community;
• Stimulate economic growth and innovation
• Foster collaboration between government, business, academia, non-government organisations and the community; and
• Transparency and accountability in business
• Open data and digital transformation
• Access to government information
• Integrity in the public sector
• Public participation and engagement
The digital landscape is constantly evolving from mobile apps to smart technology, on-the-go citizens demand engaging, efficient and secure access with more turnkey solutions.
In order to provide our citizens and government agencies with a secure, streamlined, and personalised digital experience, the NSW OpenGov Leadership Forum will focus on the tools and techniques that build on your agency’s mission for an effective digital government strategy.
Here, you will meet C-level government experts and industry professionals addressing the most important policy, management and leadership issues surrounding the future of digital government and the role of the public-sector CIO.
Based on our conversations with senior officials from NSW public sector, NSW OpenGov Leadership Forum is streamed along several tracks representing the different business challenges.
You will gain access to innovative case studies and interactive discussions on cyber security, big data, IoT, mobility, blockchain and data centers through first-hand interactions with peers, luminaries, as well as, emerging and established organisations.
Taking place on 11th July 2017, the NSW OpenGov Leadership Forum serving as a full day of valuable insights and networking opportunities plays an integral role in keeping the digital professionals connected, educated, engaged and inspired.
TERMS & CONDITIONS
** This is a closed-door event and the registeration is open for Government, Healthcare and Education ONLY**
** OpenGov reserves the final right to accept or reject any registrations **
** Conditions for Complimentary Pass Registration: This pass is offered at no cost to the delegate. The organiser reserves the right to reject a registration by non-qualifying applicant. A “non-attendance” fee of USD250 applies to any delegate who should fail to attend to the event for the entire duration. The fee covers the costs incurred for the conference(delegate materials, food and beverages etc), as well as the opportunity cost of allocating the complimentary pass to someone else. Substitutions of equal job functionality are acceptable subject to prior approval by the organiser at least 14 working days in advance. **