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New Normal Signals: Federal Government ICT and Digital Priorities

Tuesday February 8, 2022
07:00 - 09:30

Budget Briefings
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Add to Calendar 2022-02-08 07:00 2022-02-08 09:30 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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Our Panellists

Peter Alexander

Peter Alexander

Deputy CEO and Chief Operating Officer

Digital Transformation Agency

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Jordan Hatch

Assistant Secretary

Department of Agriculture, Water & The Environment

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Judy Hurditch

Judy Hurditch

Principal Analyst

Intermedium

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Jessica Hamilton Australian Trade and Investment Commission

Jessica Hamilton

General Manager for Digital Innovation and Client Development

Australian Trade and Investment Commission

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Paul Hubbard PM&C

Paul Hubbard

Assistant Secretary, Deregulation Taskforce

Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet

About this event

Overview

Due to disruptions associated with current COVID-19 lockdowns, Intermedium's Budget Briefing has been split into a hybrid arrangement, providing attendees with immediate access to our detailed budget analysis while still delivering the remaining features of the physical event, which has been postponed until 8 February 2022.

Part 1: Available on-demand

Intermedium delivered its Federal Budget analysis virtually on 1 July. Ticket holders to this event will receive immediate access to the on-demand analysis and presentation document, which details the must-know ICT implications of the 2021 Federal Budget.

Part 2: 8 February 2022

Join Intermedium and our senior government thought leaders in person on 8 February 2022 to hear detailed insights into how the 2021 Federal budget will impact agency objectives, initiatives and learn what changes it may mean for business as usual and procurement activities.

Your ticket includes a sit-down breakfast and provides fantastic networking opportunities with industry and government attendees. 

 

Part 2 Event Agenda

  • 7:00 am - Registration opens

  • 7:30 am - Chairpersons opening remarks

  • 7:40 am - Fireside chat: Peter Alexander (DTA) and Judy Hurditch (Intermedium)

  • 8:10 am - Video briefing: Key drivers for 2021 and beyond

  • 8:20 am - Bringing ICT and digital together - the recipe for success (panel discussion)

  • 9:20 am - Closing remarks

  • 9:30 am - Event close

Tickets

  • Once purchased, you will receive access to the on-demand budget analysis from 1 July and a seat at the physical event on 10 August 2021.*
  • Discounts apply to Intermedium subscribers and members of the APS.
  • For enquiries regarding tables or ticketing please reach out to account support who will be glad to help.

*Please note that part 1 and part 2 cannot be purchased separately. 

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federal government budget analysis
2021-22 FEDERAL BUDGET

Detailed budget analysis

Immediate access to analyst insights:

  • The impacts of COVID-19 and Job Maker on the digital economy
  • What the government's "digital economy" agenda means for suppliers
  • How previous allocations flow through to this year's spending
  • Which agencies are receiving ICT funding and why
  • The trajectory of ICT and general OpEx growth
  • Agency leaderboard analysis for ICT and digital procurement
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