Taking the Digital Pulse for 2018-19
14 June, Canberra
Dr Lesley Seebeck, Chief Investment and Advisory Officer, DTA
Radi Kovacevic, Assistant Secretary, Department of Home Affairs
Matt Jones, Chief Technology Officer, ACIC
The Federal Budget is a major determinant of ICT spending by agencies, and 2018-19 will be no different. With the creation of the new Home Affairs portfolio, the fast-approaching Federal election, and the rapidly changing procurement landscape, 2018-19 is shaping up as a particularly exciting year for ICT.
Investments in cloud, cyber security and data analytics are set to continue as the government pushes ahead with its digital transformation agenda, however, agencies are operating in a constrained fiscal environment.
The market is also changing. New technologies are being adopted, agile projects are being encouraged and procurement reform is starting to have real teeth.
Irrespective of whether you are in government or industry, taking the government’s digital pulse for 2018-19 and beyond is important for your planning.
Intermedium’s Breakfast Briefing will give you the necessary background to respond to this changing market:
Our Guest Panellists will discuss
- Their view on key trends in the public sector use of technology;
- Likely trends include digital service delivery, cyber security, the use of AI & virtual assistants.
Our Guest Panellists