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New Normal Signals: Federal Government ICT and Digital Priorities

Thursday July 1, 2021
07:00 - 09:30

Budget Briefings
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Add to Calendar 2021-07-01T07:00:00+10:00 2021-07-01T09:30:00+10:00 Australia/Sydney New Normal Signals: Federal Government ICT and Digital Priorities

A super-charged spending environment is set to continue as the government aims to kickstart the economy, drive growth and enable business success through ICT.

At their 11th annual Budget Briefing, Intermedium will explore what’s in store for Australian Government digital investment and provide you with the essential data on how to position your strategy this budget year.


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Strong signals for ICT spending in 2021-22

Intermedium's 11th Annual Budget Briefing

A super-charged spending environment is set to continue as the government aims to kickstart the economy, drive growth and enable business success through ICT. At their 11th annual Budget Briefing, Intermedium will explore what’s in store for Australian Government digital investment and provide you with the essential data on how to position your strategy this budget year.

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Our Panellists

Peter Alexander

Peter Alexander

Chief Digital Officer

Digital Transformation Agency

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Jordan Hatch

Assistant Secretary & Digital Lead

Department of Agriculture, Water & The Environment

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Thought Leader

Senior Government Executive

Judy Hurditch

Judy Hurditch

Principal Analyst

Intermedium

Federal Government ICT and Digital Priorities in 2021-22

Strong signals of continued high ICT spending

Intermedium expects significant ICT spending to continue in the 2021-22 budget year, with Treasurer Josh Frydenberg promising significant investment in digital technologies.

Our early budget assessment indicates that the 2021-22 Federal Budget will contain more high spending on job growth and business enablement, as well as significant investment towards digital transformation at the Whole-of-Government level mandated by the reformed Digital Transformation Agency.

Intermedium’s detailed analysis will examine the most important ICT implications of the budget, including:

  • Where the meaningful opportunities lie
  • Detailed assessment of the procurement landscape
  • The challenges facing agencies as they compete for resources
  • How BAU funding and activities are likely to be impacted
  • Which agencies have received the most New Policy Proposal funding
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Actionable insights into government spending

Join us at the 11th annual Intermedium Federal Budget Briefing and gain key insights into how to most effectively respond to this super-charged ICT environment.

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