In our Public Sector People spotlight series we aim to humanise and celebrate government professionals at all levels that are making a difference. This week we spotlight Hilda Sirec, Commander with the Australian Federal Police who was part of the international collaborative effort to convict the perpetrators of the 2014 downing of MH-17.
With contributions from 17 public sector female leaders from all tiers of government from five regions – Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom - Public Sector Network’s Global Government Innovators eBook has been written to showcase the women driving change, encouraging other female leaders and supporting their citizens - along with their hard working teams - to help build a stronger, smarter, more resilient public sector for the future.
The pandemic has been first and foremost a health crisis, and whilst most industries can learn lessons from how they responded or what the pandemic has meant for them, it is the health sector that most likely has the most to learn and will continue to be most affected. There are “a lot of challenges ahead,” but equally, the pandemic has taught a lot of lessons that NSW Ambulance and all other ambulance services should heed.
Public sector agencies are often expected to deliver increasingly complex and cross-jurisdictional social policies with limited time and resources. Navigating these barriers is key to translating policy to citizen outcomes, and will be the primary focus of this webinar. Hear insights from: Rick Macourt, Director, Strategic and Aboriginal Outcomes, NSW Treasury Michael Talbot, Ex-Deputy Secretary, Courts & Tribunal Services, NSW Department of Justice Julie Brereton, Senior Director Online Strategy and Design, ACT Health
With contributions from 35 public sector leaders from all tiers of government from five regions – Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom - Public Sector Network’s 2022 Global Government Innovators eBook has been written to showcase the people and projects that supported their citizens and kept everything running during a chaotic few years, as well as those driving transformation to help build a stronger, smarter, more resilient public sector for the future.
Australian and New Zealand communities are experiencing a period of great adjustment and now more than ever it is important government agencies work together to ensure public safety and collaborative emergency response. Covid-19, crime, natural disasters, cyber threats and the increasing risk of terrorism are just some of the challenges community leaders are facing. With areas of rapid population redistribution adding to the difficulty of predicting resource allocation, up to date emergency preparedness and innovative methods of incident response are crucial to mitigating risk and protecting the public. By sharing best practice and advancing methods of response and preparedness, agencies …
While covid has accelerated what was already an increasing demand for digital services from the constituent, 80% of the attendees in the CX and Digital stream felt that they were at the beginning or at the strategizing stage of their CX and digital journey. Both frightening and exciting when you see how far things have come since the start of the pandemic. But also, a reminder of the journey that lays ahead of us. When the main audience was asked what the priorities for the next 12 to 24 months the answers told us there is a lot on the …
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