Culture, legacy systems, skill gaps, enterprise architecture & interoperability
Conference Date
18th & 19th July 2017
Location
QT Canberra
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Day 1 - Tuesday 18th July, 2017

8.00
Registration, coffee & networking
8.30
Welcome remarks from the Chair
8.40
Update on Human Services As-a-Service transformation
  • How the program has developed over the past 12 months
  • Lessons learnt from the current journey
  • Plans for future adoption
Joumana El Hassen
Director ICTaaS Transformation, CIO Group
Department of Human Services
9.20
Creating viral change with internal micro-providers
  • Embedding the approach in the ICT Strategic Plan
  • Establishing the primary transformation functions
  • Converting process based teams to product based micro-providers
Darren Harvey
Principal Consultant
CTO Group
9.50
SPEED NETWORKING

Meet valuable contacts, set up future conversations, exchange business cards with fellow delegates in an interactive format

10.10
Morning tea in the exhibition hall
10.40
PANEL DISCUSSION: Overcoming the core challenges when transitioning to the As-a-Service model
  • Moving past security concerns and getting the ball rolling
  • Addressing cultural challenges and skill gaps
  • Engaging with the business to increase adoption
Ole Nielsen
Deputy Chief Digital Officer & Director of Digital Transformation
Chief Minister Treasury & Economic Development Directorate, ACT Government
Nathan Young
Chief Architect
Australia Post
11.20
Transitioning towards continuous delivery approach to enable agility
  • Working through cultural barriers
  • Software/Infrastructure/Platforms As-a-Service as enablers
  • Managing the challenges of legacy systems and ongoing work
Ole Nielsen
Deputy Chief Digital Officer & Director of Digital Transformation
Chief Minister Treasury & Economic Development Directorate, ACT Government
12.00
Cyber security and digital government – wanna cry or tangible reality?
Derek Fittler
National Director
Macquarie Government
12.30
Networking lunch in the exhibition hall
1.30
ROUNDTABLE: Vendor Roundtable Discussions

Developing an ICT Strategic Plan hosted by CTO Group
Securing your digital transformation to the cloud hosted by Fortinet

2.30
Afternoon tea in the exhibition hall
3.00
Engaging with industry to lead an ICT procurement transformation
  • Linking IT change to overall business drivers
  • South Australia’s whole of Government cloud approach
  • Moving to an iterative outcome based approach to change
Stephen Oster
Director, ICT Transformation, Office for Customer, ICT & Digital Transformation
Department of the Premier & Cabinet, SA
3.40
Supporting agencies to overcoming the challenges of As-a-Service
  • Navigating legacy systems for greater agility
  • Creating cross functional teams who can deliver
  • Cloud services as an enabler for continuous delivery
Lindsay Holmwood
Former Head of Technology
Digital Transformation Agency
4.20
Creating an environment to support future IT transformation
  • Embedding the right culture for As-a-Service
  • Building teams and skill sets for success
  • Looking at future enterprise architecture
Nathan Young
Chief Architect
Australia Post
5.00
Closing remarks from the chair & close of day one
5.10
Networking drinks in the exhibition hall

Day 2 - Wednesday 19th July, 2017

8:30
Welcome, coffee & networking
9:00
Welcome remarks from the Chair
9.10
As A Service Model: What’s the Catch?
Sean Kennedy
Enterprise architect
Datacom
Gaurav Arora
Practice Manager, Public Cloud Services
Datacom
BREAKAWAY SESSION

The six interactive sessions will be hosted by leaders from Government who can discuss in detail some of the practical lessons learnt from their journey. The speakers will rotate around the room, offering a great opportunity for questions and feedback

Legacy systems challenges
Lindsay Holmwood
Former Head of Technology
Digital Transformation Agency
Changes to ICT Procurement
Stephen Oster
Director, ICT Transformation, Office for Customer, ICT & Digital Transformation
Department of the Premier & Cabinet, SA
Cyber security challenges
11.10
Morning tea in the exhibition hall
Engaging with the business to manage As-a-Service adoption
Chris Murdock
Co-ordinator of Strategy & Engagement
Australian Federal Police
Workforce capability, culture and skills
Wendy Fox
Delivery Director
eHealth Queensland
1.10
Networking lunch in the exhibition hall
Obtaining business benefits from cloud services
Nathan Young
Chief Architect
Australia Post
Analysing current services offerings before migration
David Creagh
Director Storage & Facilities Services
Department of Immigration & Border Protection
3.40
Closing remarks from the Chair followed by afternoon tea
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Key Speakers

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Nathan Young
Chief Architect
Australia Post
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Joumana El Hassen
Director ICTaaS Transformation, CIO Group
Department of Human Services