What is GovInterConnect?

Throughout the year, GovInterConnect will provide a comprehensive program of events concentrating on  the drivers influencing technology adoption by the public sector and the emergent ICT trends and issues confronting public sector purchasers, implementers and suppliers.

The program will allow Intermedium’s objective, well regarded research to reach a wider base in a proactive and timely manner, thus supporting more informed decision making by both government and industry attendees.

GovInterConnect consists of both public events and invitation-only workshops, seminars, briefings, conferences and roundtables.

Senior current or ex-Government personnel act as facilitators and chairs across the GovInterConnect program, ensuring that the dialogue remains at the thought leadership level and is product and solution neutral. 

Both quantitative and qualitative desk research, as well as surveys and interviews with thought-leaders in the sector are utilised by Intermedium to ensure its data, knowledge and insight is leveraged to the full across all GovInterConnect activities.

Invitation-only Events

Invitation-only events, such as seminars, workshops and roundtables are designed by Intermedium with government participants as the intended audience.  These events often include a limited number of senior industry participants to provide expertise and thought-leadership in the topic area.


Looking Back, Looking Forward:
Insights for the 2017 Federal ICT Market


A well organised conference with relevant and interesting speakers. Participants were highly engaged. Well done Intermedium. Very informative.

- Past Attendee Experience


“Intermedium definitely know their topic when it comes to IT & Government”

- Past Attendee Experience


Public Events

Public events in the GovInterConnect Program include an annual series of six half day conferences.  Evolving out of Intermedium’s well-regarded budget briefings, and held in Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth, the conferences have a common theme and agenda, but content and speakers are tailored to the particular jurisdiction’s situation.

Conducted in August, the conferences allow Intermedium to provide its analysis of the jurisdiction’s budget, policy and political impacts on ICT activity in the upcoming year, as well as outline other key contextual information relevant to that jurisdiction. 

The conferences also feature agency presentations on projects of interest and relevance to public sector and industry attendees alike .  Industry attendees benefit by learning more of the key drivers and issues confronting agencies in that jurisdiction, enabling them to have more relevant dialogue with agencies.