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Beyond the CIO: What’s next for ICT governance

by Poppy Johnston •
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The role of ICT governance is shifting to reflect a maturing approach to digital transformation across Australian governments. Beyond simply automating existing business processes, leading jurisdictions are increasingly seeking to put citizens and other end users at the centre of service design.

The responsibilities of Chief Information Officers (CIO) and other Whole-of-Government (WofG) ICT leaders are now

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Jurisdiction
  • Federal
Category
  • Hardware
  • IT Services
  • Labour Hire
  • Software
  • Telecommunications
Sector
  • Border Security
  • Defence
  • Education
  • Finance & Services
  • Health
  • Human Services
  • Industry & Investment
  • Infrastructure
  • Justice
  • Legislature
  • PM / Premier & Cabinet
  • Policy
  • Resources
  • Revenue
  • Transport
  • Treasury
Tags
  • ict governance
  • governance
  • ICT leadership
  • leadership
  • Chief Information Officers (CIO)
  • citizen-centric
  • Chief Digital Officer (CDO)
  • Gavin Slater
  • Office of the Government Chief Information Officer (OGCIO)
  • Digital Transformation Agency