Taking the Digital Pulse for 2018-19
19 October, Adelaide
Scott Bayliss, Chief Information Officer, Department of Education
Abhishek Singh, Chief Information Officer, Department of Premier and Cabinet
Dr Eva Balan-Vnuk, Executive Director, ICT and Digital Government, Department of Premier and Cabinet
Bill Le Blanc, Executive Director eHealth Systems & Chief Information Officer, SA Health
The South Australian Budget is the major determinant of ICT spending by agencies, and 2018-19 is no different. With the Liberal Party now in government after being out of power for over a decade, 2018-19 is shaping up as a particularly exciting year for ICT.
Investments in cloud, cyber security and data analytics are set to ramp up as the government pushes ahead with its digital transformation agenda. The release of its inaugural Cyber Security Strategic plan (2018-2021) is further likely to shape SA government’s ICT priorities.
Following the footsteps of other jurisdictions, SA has moved toward agile procurement mechanisms that have introduced fresh competition to compete with well-established players, and projects are no longer ‘waterfall’ by nature.
Irrespective of whether you are in government or industry, understanding how to navigate the implications of the 2018-19 budget and the above trigger factors will be imperative for strategic positioning.
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