DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION | TECH IN GOV 2021

Meet the experts speaking in Digital Transformation in 2021: 


Michael Ackland, General Manager, Vocus

Tammy Braybrook, Chief Data Officer, IP Australia

Tammy Braybrook |  | IP Australia » speaking at Tech in Gov

Jacqueline Carreto, Marketing manager, Lenovo

Jacqueline Carreto |  | Lenovo » speaking at Tech in Gov

Adam Carthew, Chief Information Officer, Service Victoria

Craig Doran, CEO, COMtrac

Kathryn Green, Director of Digital Technology, Chief Information Officer & Chief Information Security Officer, Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency

Steve Hodgkinson, Chief Information Officer, Victorian Department of Health

Michael Hopwood, Managing Director, Customer Consulting Group

Bettina Konti, Chief Digital Officer, Chief Minister, Treasury and Economic Development Directorate, ACT Government

Oakley Kwon, Director of Digital Transformation, Queensland Department of Justice And Attorney General

Charles McHardie AM, Deputy CEO, Transformation Projects Group, Services Australia

Anthony Murfett, Deputy Head, Australian Space Agency

Steve Perry, Data Management and Data Analytics Expert, Informatica

Steve Perry |  | Informatica » speaking at Tech in Gov

Grant Sayer, Chief Technology Officer, Healthdirect Australia

Malcolm Thatcher, Chief Technology Officer, Australian Digital Health Agency

Nicholas York, ANZ Head of Adobe Sign for Government, Adobe

last published: 05/Aug/21 23:55 GMT

Digital Transformation, Wednesday 9 February 2022

Jacqueline Carreto
Digital Transformation
11:10

Understanding Digital and Preparing for Transformation

There has been no better time for change, organisations are looking to understand how digital methodologies are now far surpassing traditional and realising the short and long term benefits. With any type of transformation understanding not only of the outcome but also the environment that it needs to work in is key.
Session led by: lenovo
Steve Hodgkinson
Digital Transformation
11:30

Digitally transforming your agency using high cadence Platform+Agile project delivery

Steve will discuss his department’s experiences during the pandemic and reflect on the importance of digital fitness as an enabler of high cadence project delivery.
  • Learn how your agency can become digitally fit.
  • Understand how the Platform+Agile approach creates better, faster, outcomes and reduces project costs and risks.
  • Appreciate the distinction between Digital Transformation and digitally transforming.
Panel discussion
Digital Transformation
11:50

Digitisation goes beyond a digital interface

Whilst simply changing a form from paper to digital provides a range of improvements in areas such as user experience and data quality, the real gains in efficiency are realised by streamlining the processes that relate to the data being captured. Panellists will discuss the digitisation journey they have been on and provide advice on best practise approaches.
Kathryn Green
Digital Transformation
12:10

Digital Transformation - set yourself up for success

Digital transformation is challenging for every organisation, during this session you will:
  • Discover how you can set yourself and your team up for success
  • Investigate ways to enhance your leadership, stakeholder engagement and operational management skills
  • Leave with actionable steps to guide your organisation on the digital transformation journey
last published: 06/Aug/21 00:55

Digital Transformation, Thursday 10 February 2022

Adam Carthew
Digital Transformation
10:30

Maximising digtial capabilities to improve customer service delivery

Craig Doran
Digital Transformation
10:50

It’s not a pandemic but it’s global

Courts globally were initially caught off-guard in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the courts underwent a breakneck transition to operate virtually. Virtual courts and digital briefs are here and are going to stay.
  • How to transition to digital briefs in weeks, not months
  • How digital briefs streamline the criminal justice process
  • The transparency and quality of digital briefs.
Grant Sayer
Digital Transformation
11:10

Building the national online covid vaccine booking system ecosystem – a prototype for the future of digital health

Healthdirect Australia works with the Australian Government Department of Health and the health technology sector to build the online journey to determining eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccine and making an online appointment. In this presentation we share insights from our involvement in three key areas:
  • Capability: optimising existing infrastructure to build the national online booking system for vaccine appointments, including an eligibility checker, service finder and real-time appointment booking
  • Collaboration: working with governments and private enterprise in the health tech industry to build a safe, secure online user journey to a vaccination appointment - a prototype for digital healthcare
  • Challenges: managing inter-agency dependencies, unpredictable scale, varied tech specs across industry, distributed working arrangements and ensuring a future-proofed, flexible and iterable end-to-end design
Michael Ackland
Digital Transformation
11:30

The telco revolution in the sky: How LEO satellites are changing the game

The rapidly developing satellite market is changing the way Australian telcos deliver services. This session will discuss:
  • How satellite is set to become a mainstream broadband technology in the same vein as 5G or fibre
  • The incredible pace of LEO satellite technology development, and it’s dependency on high-capacity ground infrastructure
  • How an all-Australian joint venture called Quasar, is ideally placed to meet the growing demand in the ground infrastructure market.
Malcolm Thatcher
Digital Transformation
11:50

Maximising the benefits of technology to deliver a better connected healthcare system

Malcolm Thatcher, Chief Technology Officer, Australian Digital Health Agency
Panel discussion
Digital Transformation
13:30

Digital transformation with a focus on your customers as well as your employees

  • Implementing customer-centric technology to deliver the right service
  • A focus on the people, the process and the tools required to integrate technology across your organisation
  • Replicating your customer digital experiences for your employees in a hybrid environment
Panel discussion
Digital Transformation
13:50

Data Democratisation across Agencies

  • The benefits and challenges to enabling cross-agency collaboration
  • The drive to data sharing – what’s changing the conversation
  • The key ingredients to implement effective use and management of data across enterprise
Oakley Kwon
Digital Transformation
14:10

Serving vulnerable members in society with digitally enabled systems

  • Oakley explores three case studies where digital technology and enablement has helped further the interests of vulnerable groups in society, including enabling better collection of data for the end of life care of First Nations people, assisting victims of child sex abuse with special needs in giving their best evidence by matching them with social and health workers suited to their needs, and enabling better evidence collection from victims through the use of 3D animal avatars.
  • At the core of all good digital products is a clear understanding of the problems specific to the target audience, and a design process that champions human-centred design and co-design practices.
  • The case studies suggest that augmented systems that provide equal weight to the importance of humans and technology are likely to deliver better results for more vulnerable members in society, where technology alone is not enough.
Anthony Murfett
Digital Transformation
14:30

Implementing initiatives to accelerate Australia’s journey to space

last published: 06/Aug/21 00:55

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