Australian Capital Territory

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27 June 2017 to 28 June 2017
QT Hotel Canberra

What should the future of ICT Procurement look like?

With government agencies undertaking large scale ICT transformation programs such as moving to the cloud and digital transformation, questions are being asked about the future of ICT procurement. As pressure grows from within government to increase the work with small to medium sized vendors, to enable greater agility, it is a time for change.

The ‘Driving Change in ICT Procurement’ conference will bring together leaders from across the sector to network and discuss future strategies for success.Read more

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24 July 2017 to 27 July 2017
Hyatt Hotel, Canberra

The Australian Public Sector is undergoing much transformation, creating a dynamic and complex environment that needs strong, courageous leaders who pioneer new pathways. Although it is becoming increasingly complex, it also presents opportunities for existing and emerging leaders to grow and innovate. This is essential when revamping traditional structures and systems to remain relevant and push towards a more public-centric service.Read more

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5 June 2017 to 9 June 2017
QT Canberra

Evolving government policy directions and shifting priorities around projects and programs, keep PMOs on their toes as they seek to create value in a changing space. An innovative mindset and flexible approach to delivery are key to succeeding in this environment. In order to navigate these challenges and establish longevity and value, leaders must develop and refine their personal leadership skill set. This conference provides participants with practical strategies and techniques to form an actionable plan to boost productivity and drive project success.Read more

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27 June 2017 to 28 June 2017
QT Hotel Canberra

According to the 2015-2016 APS Statistical Bulletin, whilst women make up 57.9% of the Australian Public Service they continue to be grossly underrepresented in a range of senior leadership positions.

It is clear that while women have more opportunities than ever, there is still a great deal of work to be done. Poor work culture, unconscious bias, bullying and the challenges of balancing career with other commitments prevent many women from achieving their leadership potential.Read more

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2 May 2017 to 3 May 2017
Rex Hotel

Leveraging Data & Analytics as a Strategic Asset in the Australian Public Service

Corinium Global Intelligence is proud to announce this inaugural event bringing together 100+ of the most senior data and analytics leaders in the Australian Public Service to share best practice and assess the most critical challenges and opportunities in data and analytics. APO discount offer of 20% off when you use code APO20!

Keynote speakers including:

  • The Hon Angus Taylor MP
  • Jon Minkoff, Chief
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1 August 2017 to 2 August 2017
National Convention Centre

Join the annual meeting-of-the-minds for 1000s of government technology leaders across federal, state and local government

Technology in Government is Australia's largest IT event for the Government. The large-scale two day conference and exhibition brings together ICT leaders and department heads from Federal and State Government to learn, network and source ICT solutions that will play an integral part of the ongoing ICT modernisation within the public sector. Read more

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19 June 2017 to 23 June 2017
Hyatt Hotel, Canberra

Liquid Learning is proud to present the 10th Annual National Policy Officers’ Evidence-Based Policy Development Conference 2017. Specifically designed for Policy Officers, Analysts and professionals working in related policy management and evaluation roles to explore the future of policy development and provide the practical advice and skills necessary to become more effective and successful in policy roles.Read more

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18 April 2017 to 21 April 2017
Boat House by the Lake, Canberra

Digital transformation within the Public Sector is a relatively new and exciting area of development. As new technologies present themselves digital transformation professionals at all levels are required to continually interpret, change and adapt the strategies and policies of the department to remain at the forefront of digital trends. From moving systems online, utilising the cloud to installing interactive kiosks and modernising networks - digital transformation is all around us. Ultimately, the customer is at the heart of it all.Read more

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7 May 2017 to 12 May 2017

Discover new approaches to the management of regulation, compliance and enforcement in government in a workshop for people who stand between the law and the frontline delivery of public protection – presented by international expert Professor Malcolm Sparrow of Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and former senior British Police Officer.

Professor Sparrow will explain the complexity of social regulation, compliance management, law enforcement and security in a world that now emphasises harm reduction and risk-control.Read more

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22 March 2017 to 23 March 2017
Crowne Plaza

Dr Argyrous and Professor Rogers will help participants understand the conceptual and practical issues involved in evaluating public sector policies and programs, and evaluation’s role as a key tool for decision-makers.

“Governments now require greater scrutiny and assessment of public sector programs to determine whether they’re working,” Professor Rogers says. “Evaluation is integral to decision-making – not an afterthought.”

Key benefits

Robust and timely evaluations can be challenging to get right.Read more