Roadshow 2022: ICT Transformation

ICT Transformation
Roadshow

July 19 – August 2
NSW | QLD | WA | NZ | VIC

Event Overview

Enabling a Technology-Driven Government

We are living in a new epoch – with remote work, increasingly complex digital service needs, extreme environmental events, and pandemic-induced economic instability. As a result, the public sector has now certainly learned how to be ‘adaptive and resilient.’

However, with technology now a primary driver of sustainable change management, government organisations are needing to work smarter and faster to outline a clear, strategic focus in order to deliver their citizen-centric visions and major innovations. We can no longer afford to function using outdated and clunky systems and old IT infrastructure and offer the same old interactions with government agencies.

To help optimise and evolve your department’s IT strategy and enterprise architecture stack, we’ve put together the ICT Transformation Roadshow which explores emerging technologies, techniques, and real-world case studies from public sector leaders. Exploring how we can further create and deliver organisational goals and become innovative IT leaders using efficient new tools, technologies, and processes, and add value to how our governments serve our citizens. The series will head to 7 cities across ANZ to benchmark the key challenges and opportunities presented to the public sector in each state and country.

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Benefits of Attending

Understand what future skills are required of modern CIO’s and ICT leaders

Explore how emerging technologies will continue to shape the priorities of the public sector and the way citizens are served

Discuss the ever-changing modern workplace and how to best prepare for changes by upgrading and integrating innovative IT architecture strategies

Hear from state public sector innovation and IT experts and explore best practices, top tips, and lessons learned

Your Inspiring Speakers

NSW – 19 JulyQLD – 21 JulyWA – 28 JulyNZ – 29 JulyVIC – 2 August

Ellen Lee O’Shaughnessy,
Associate Director for Strategic Initiatives,
Sydney Local Health District

Andrew Pedrazzini,
Director ICT Service Commissioning,
NSW Health

Jessica Ho, Director,
ICT/Digital Investment & Assurance,
Department of Customer Service NSW

Dan Papallo,
Director, Digital Product (Taxes),
Revenue NSW Department of Customer Service

Ann Turner, Program
Director, Information Management, Modernisation and Line of Business Strategy,
Department of Communities and Justice

Stuart Werner,
Chief Information Officer,
Transport for NSW

David Jack
Head of Industry Verticals
Vocus

David Ward-Ambler
Industry Specialist – State & Territory Government
Vocus

David Clarke,
Executive Director, Platforms, Integration & Data,
The National Disability Insurance Scheme

Darin Preston,
Director ICT Delivery, Information and Technology Directorate,
Queensland Fire and Emergency Services

Lorraine Pestell
Enterprise Architect, ICTS, Office of Industrial Relations

Carolina Bruce
Director, Strategy, Transformation and Innovation,
Queensland Police Service

Jeremy Janes
Chief Information Officer
Queensland Building and
Construction Commission

Kiran Kewalramani,
Head of Technology,
Gladstone Area Water Board

David Ward-Ambler
Industry Specialist – State & Territory Government
Vocus

David Jack
Head of Industry Verticals
Vocus

Sundeep Acharya
Chief Operating Officer
MTX Group

Jenny Bothma,
Acting Director Coastal Information,
Department of Transport

Nasir David,
Director Of Data Information Systems,
Department of Health

Lee Pearson,
Head of Projects and Portfolio Delivery Information & Technology Group,
Water Corporation WA

Ma’en Abdulla
A/Director ICT
Child and Adolescent Health Service

Peter Seddon,
Acting Chief Information Officer,
University of Western Australia

Sue Wilson
CIO
Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development

Sundeep Acharya
Chief Operating Officer
MTX Group

Regine Deleu,
Head of Digital Architecture,
Auckland Transport

Dave Corlett,
Head of Enterprise Portfolio Delivery,
ACC

Tim Duly,
Head of Technology Engineering,
Waka Kotahi NZTA

Amanda De Klerk,
Manager Information Services, Te Hiringa Hauora – Health Promotion Agency

Kate King,
Head of Data Operations – Data, Insights and Intelligence,
Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE)

Bill Moses,
Chief Digital Officer,
Public Service Commission

Jason Delamore,
CEO,
Fronde

Doug Johnstone
Key Partner & Alliance Manager,
Fronde

Matthew Perry,
Chief Information Officer,
Melbourne Water

Rod Apostol
Chief Information Officer
Victorian Ombudsman

Shiraz Mohammed,
Chief Architect,
Department of Transport

Laurie Meerwald,
CIO / ICT Director,
Development Victoria

Brad Petry,
Executive Director, Technology and Insights,
Department of Jobs, Precincts. and Regions

Elizabeth Wilson,
Chief Information Officer,
Department of Education and Training

David Jack
Head of Industry Verticals
Vocus

David Heyworth
Head of Marketing
Vocus

Key Sessions

The ICT Transformation 2022 features the latest initiatives throughout Australia and New Zealand; sharing insights via keynote presentations, case studies, panel discussions, and roundtable chats.

Keynote SessionsRoundtablesPanel DiscussionPartner Sessions

Evolving How We Think About Traditional Public Sector IT Team Capabilities to Drive Our Transformation and innovative Future

How Further Modernisation of Legacy Applications Will Improve Resilience and Agility on an Operational and Citizen-Facing Level

The Department of Customer Service’s Contribution to the NSW Investment Strategy and Digital Restart Fund

How The National Disability Insurance Scheme is Approaching the Tech Landscape of This New Era and its Ever-Evolving Demands

Using Modern Technologies To Improve Resilience and Agility on an Operational Level

The Foundations Underlying Next Generation Digital Business Models Within Government

Safeguarding Government IT Systems Against Disruption – How Should We Approach the Tech Landscape of This
New Era and its Ever-Evolving Demands

What Not To Do When Delivering Your Transformation Project – A Water Corp WA Case Study

The Foundations Underlying Next Generation Digital Business Models Within Government

How Melbourne Water is Approaching

Designing the Strategy and Goals for AT’s Fit-For-Purpose Digital Architecture – How Should We Approach the Tech
Landscape of This New Era and its Ever-Evolving Demands

How Further Modernisation of Legacy Applications Will Improve Resilience and Agility on an Operational and
Citizen-Facing Level

The Foundations Underlying Next Generation Digital Business Models Within Government

How Melbourne Water is Approaching the Tech Landscape of This New Era and its Ever-Evolving Demands

Safeguarding Government IT Systems Against Disruption Within Victoria’s Healthcare Departments

The Foundations Underlying Next Generation Digital Business Models Within Government

Roadshow roundtables are an opportunity for participants to address a specific issue in a structured, interactive session. Specific group activities and exercises are incorporated to stimulate cross-fertilisation of ideas and to allow for participants to problem-solve approaches to common problems. More information on state specific roundtables can be found in the agenda

The Future CIO – Discussing Key Challenges, Priorities, and Skills

  • What does your leadership strategy and vision for the next 12 months involve?
  • What technology and tools will be the top priority to work with and learn from?
  • How should CIO’s approach scalable infrastructure to deliver modern IT and innovation goals?
  • How to prepare your department (wider team) and communicate your agile IT infrastructure strategy most effectively?

Platinum Partner Session

Translating Future Tech Solutions into Present Day Focused Outcomes

Gold Partner Session

NSW/QLD/VIC: Enabling mission-critical services and a digital future for communities across Australia

WA/NZ: Embracing XaaS as the Alternative to Legacy Infrastructure to Provide Scalability and Reduce Digital Service Delivery Time

Your Registration

Live Presentations

Hear from public sector leaders about the latest trends and explore how to instantly apply these insights and gaining unique perspectives

Networking

An opportunity to engage with your peers from across the state in dedicated networking sessions, interactive roundtable discussions and meal breaks

Technology Solutions

Hear from leading solutions providers in the government space as they explore key technologies to improve citizen services

What Your Peers Had to Say

“A valuable source of ideas and methods used that could be applied across different agencies.”
Department of Justice

“The experience was positive and valuable and was great to hear what others are doing and problems they are having.”
Transport Safety Victoria


“Positive experience and a good opportunity to share learnings, and to understand challenges in other sectors.”
Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network


Event Partners

Platinum Partner

Gold Partner

Silver Partners