The worldwide calls for the modernization and digital transformation of the public service not only persist, but grow. In response, many governments are gradually changing their culture, adopting new processes, and creating specialized units all in an effort to embrace digital. These endeavours have been examined in detail by the other case studies in this series; the nature of public sector digital work, the challenges and opportunities of digital transformation, and key lessons learned from the successes and failures in advancing digital government. This case study complements that research while focusing on the recruitment and retention of digital talent in …
For those who work in government and particularly in areas related to innovation, the digital space, policy or operations, there are many lessons to learn from the pandemic and many new things to implement as the state emerges from the worst of the pandemic. Read on to learn how five departments innovated through collaboration.
Public Sector Network Canada has an ongoing partnership with Code for Canada who is a national nonprofit with a vision that everyone in Canada, regardless of who they are or where they live, has access to inclusive, accessible and effective digital solutions. We asked them a few questions about trends within the government, barriers, and where they see C4C heading in the future.
In this Government Keynote session, we hear insights from Craig Barlow, Director of Innovation, Worksafe Victoria, on the differences between customers and citizens and the choice citizens lack in comparison to customers - citizen organisations are more about improving citizens' lives than the profit businesses focus on - the government needs to genuinely work out what citizens want.
In this Partner Perspective session, Matt Duncombe, Director, Analytics (Asia-Pacific), EY assesses whether the technological advances of generative AI are actually as effective as we are told they are, its implications within the public sector and he navigates the trust and ethical considerations for the wider community.
In this Panel Discussion, our Government leaders discuss how to meet citizens' needs with services designed around their lives, infrastructure upgrades that need to be prioritised, how technology and data inform a new approach to digital inclusivity and what each department is doing to ensure a highly skilled workforce. Hear insights from Andrew Larkin, Noeleen Carey, and Michelle Batsas.
In this Government Keynote session, we hear insights from Jacquie Harrop, Assistant Director People & Innovation, Magistrates' Court of Victoria on how her department has enhanced their service delivery with a new online hearing channel, a new online service center, a new knowledge management system and the role out of a new case management system.