Queensland Briefing
Taking the Digital Pulse for 2018-19

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18 July, Brisbane
Guest Panellists
Andrew Mills, Chief Information Officer, Queensland Government
Sandra Slater, Chief Information Officer, Information and Technology Branch, Department of Transport and Main Roads
Cathy Ford, Chief Information Officer, Metro North Hospital and Health Service

The Queensland Budget is the major determinant of ICT spending by agencies, and 2018-19 will be no different. The December 2017 Machinery-of-Government changes are reshaping ICT decision-making and influencing future investments.

As the government pushes ahead with its digital transformation agenda, investments in cloud, cyber security and data analytics are set to continue.

Mounting pressure on key service agencies, like Queensland Health and Police, is prompting experimentation with new and existing technologies to help streamline operations.

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

Briefing Details

Date: 18 July 2018
Time: 7:15am Registration for 7:30am start. 9:30 am finish
Venue: Pullman Brisbane King George Square - Norfolk Room, Ann St & Roma Street, Brisbane, 4000
$350 (inc GST) Intermedium subscribers & small to medium enterprises;
$400 (inc GST) Non-subscribers;
$125 (inc GST) Government
Tables of 10:
$3,100 (inc GST) Intermedium subscribers;
$3,500 (inc GST) Non-subscribers


Intermedium’s presentation will

  1. Observe where the market has been;
  2. Quantify core market attributes; and
  3. Make key predictions about 2018-19.

This briefing will provide networking opportunities for government and industry.

Invest a small amount of your time to breakfast with your peers, network with your business partners, and prepare for 2018-19 and beyond.