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Harnessing Emerging Technologies For Citizen Outcomes

Part of the Innovation & IT National Insights Series

Thursday, 28th April 2022 | 11am – 1:00pm AEST | Online

Event Overview

Enabling a Technology-Driven Government

The adoption of innovative IT technologies within the public sector is accelerating rapidly, with exciting new tools and applications such as API, RPA, Hyperautomation, and DevOps becoming increasingly utilised to enable greater efficiency outcomes within government organisations.

The skills employed by leaders in the public sector IT space need to be communicated as clear and wide as possible if entire organisational benefit is to be attained.

That is why we’ve put together this ‘Autumn Edition’ Virtual Event as part of our 2022 Innovation & ICT Community National Insights series.

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Benefits of Attending

Hear from your peers from as they look to tackle
the current challenges IT infrastructure systems face in the Public Sector

Explore a range of case studies that demonstrate
how government can harness technologies in new
and innovative ways

Hear how to transform the efficiency and speed
of current frameworks with a future-focused IT
implementation strategy

A Sneak Peek Of Your Inspiring Speakers

Eva Balan-Vnuk,
Government Chief Information Officer,
Department of the Premier and Cabinet SA

Yandong Fan,
Chief Architect,
Public Transport Victoria

Keith Gemmell,
Chief Information Officer,
Safe Food Production QLD

Key Sessions

Making IT Transformation a Whole-of-Staff SkillsetAddressing Legacy Systems & Looking to Sustainable ModernizationHow ‘Safe Food Production Queensland’ is Maximising Automation to Achieve Greater Organisational EfficiencyThe Role of New Tech in Holistic Organisational Evolution

Making IT Transformation a Whole-of-Staff Skillset

  • How can IT leaders best take staff on the transformation journey with them – what processes, changes, and policies need to be put in place to ensure this is effective and sustainable
  • Balancing technology, people and processes to avoid common integration pitfalls – ensuring leadership always considers these three overarching pillars of successful change

Addressing Legacy Systems & Looking to Sustainable Modernization

• Seizing opportunities to address modernising legacy systems
• Creating a modern IT approach and framework for addressing legacy systems leveraging future technologies like cloud and composable
• Creating IT infrastructure and processes that will enable IT to deploy business applications and workloads anywhere, anytime

How ‘Safe Food Production Queensland’ is Maximising Automation to Achieve Greater Organisational Efficiency

  • How can we use automation to drive organisational value and therefore increase our ability to safely deliver goods and services to our citizens and society at large?
  • Identifying and prioritising the tools and processes needed to ensure automation can deliver these services effectively
  • How we can enhance regulatory systems and best moniter the validity and accuracy of safe food practices using new technology?

The Role of New Tech in Holistic Organisational Evolution

  • What are the latest developments in Agile methodology across public sector?
  • How to build a collaborative IT culture using DevOps
  • What challenges and opportunities does DevOps hold for your organisation as a whole?
  • Thoughts on cyber security as a critical part of design and operational support, and the concerns that accompany rapid digital acceleration

Your Registration

Virtual Presentations

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


An opportunity to engage with the inspiring speaker panel and peers in the live Q&A and polling to discover answers to shared challenges

Leading Technology

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


Receive on-demand access to session content on the complimentary Public Sector Network social learning platform

What Your Peers Had to Say

“The quality of the speakers was first class; highly informative and thought-provoking.”
Australian Bureau of Statistics

“It was a wonderful experience, and I would highly regard that every Federal Government Agency gets onboard in future events and share their innovated products to all key stakeholders and partners.”
Department of Home Affairs

“Positive and remarkably interesting.”
State Library of South Australia