Introducing our panellists
Intermedium would like to introduce our senior thought leaders at this year's Federal Budget Breakfast Briefing.
Peter Alexander moved to the Department of Defence as the First Assistant Secretary, ICT Delivery within the Chief Information Officer Group in December 2021.
Prior to this appointment, Peter acted as the Chief Executive Officer at the Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) from June to September 2021. Peter became the Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer at the DTA in January 2021 and prior to that was the Australian Government Chief Digital Officer from June 2017.
In his position as Deputy CEO/COO at the DTA he was responsible for Whole of Government digital delivery including the Australian Government’s Digital Identity program, myGov and government technology initiatives including cyber security uplift. Peter was also responsible for Whole of Government strategic ICT sourcing and procurement, re-use, architecture and corporate functions at the DTA.
Before that he was the Chief Information Officer at the Treasury and a senior executive at the Department of Finance.
Peter has extensive experience across Australian Government leading and delivering policy, strategy, change programs, government collaboration, financial and corporate management and security.
He holds a Master of Business Informatics (IT), a Graduate Diploma in Information Systems, a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) and is a Fellow of Certified Practising Accountants Australia."
Jordan is the Assistant Secretary, Digital Strategy, Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment. Prior to joining Agriculture in mid-2020, Jordan was most recently an advisor to the NSW Minister for Customer Service, the Hon. Victor Dominello and has witnessed first-hand the rapid digital transformation of NSW government services. Jordan has also provided advisory services on user needs and building digital capability.
He was a founding member of the teams that led the digital transformation of government in the United Kingdom and Australia.
Jordan has also worked on getting young people involved with technology, as a co-founder of Code Week. In 2018, Jordan was included on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list.
Judy was a Deputy Commissioner of Taxation when she left the Australian Public Service and was responsible for a range of major ICT-dependent program reforms, including the implementation of the Tax File Number System.
She has an MBA from the Australian Graduate School of Management and founded Intermedium in 2004, as a specialist researcher of Australian public sector use of digital and ICT.
As an independent industry analyst, she has an extensive understanding of key technology and digitisation issues facing senior government decision-makers.