About our Contribute Program

Public Sector Networks mission is simple: democratise the information available and make it available for public servants to enjoy and benefit from.

We aim to inspire public sector professionals by showcasing relevant news, insights and case studies at no cost and providing a platform for thought-leaders to share their work.

You’re in good company

Our contributors include public servants, academics, researchers, consultants, authors and journalists.

Most are experts on one or more of the subjects we cover, including topics such as: Innovation, ICT, Digital Government, Customer Experience, Data Management and Analytics, AI and Machine Learning, HR & Future of Work, Smart & Sustainable Cities, Mobility & Transport, Cyber Security, Finance and Procurement, Public Safety and Justice, Organisational Leadership and Development, Diversity & Inclusion

Our Advisors

Colin Fairweather

CIO - City of Melbourne (Former)

Andrew Mills

Andrew Mills

QLD Government CIO (Former)

Glenn Archer

Australian Government Chief Information Officer (Former)

Ian Jansen

Chief Digital & Product Officer - Service NSW (Former)

Jo Cribb

Chief Executive - Ministry for Women, New Zealand (Former)

Nigel Phair

Director - UNSW Canberra Cyber

Benefits

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Become recognised as an influential voice within the public sector

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Promote the good work being done by you and your team

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Meet with other generous, thoughtful, and inspiring leaders

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Help start and shape relevant discussions

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Establish a global benchmark and best practice

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Positively impact citizen services and lives

How to Submit

Submitted articles should generally be between 600 and 900 words. We cannot offer to pay for contributed stories, but if they’re engaging to read and useful to our audience, we will energetically promote them, just like any other story that runs on our site.

Members can self-publish once they have logged into the site here.