Redesigning services & processes to create a smart council
Conference Date
22nd & 23rd August 2018
Location
Aerial UTS Function Centre, Sydney
Early Bird - Save $200
Book by 03/08/18

Overview

Create a 21st century technology driven council
Councils have been forced into rapid and drastic change due to government legislation, digital disruption, rate capping and amalgamations. The rising capabilities of different technologies provides councils with the opportunity to meet these challenges. They can become a cloud based and mobile council that can provide smart 21st century services their community now expect.

The Local Government IT & Business Transformation Summit brings practical real world examples of councils who have adopted and integrated new technologies to improve their performance and services.

Key topics to be discussed

  • Creating a cross functional government that links IT & business strategy
  • Technology collaboration across councils for greater efficiency
  • Solutions to improve mobility between departments & staff
  • Strategies to transition to the cloud
  • Digital transformation for improved customer & community engagement
  • How to secure & manage data within council for improved services

Who will attend?
Leaders and practitioners from Local Government including:
  • Chief Information Officers
  • IT Managers
  • Information Service Managers
  • Business Improvement Managers
  • Heads of Corporate Services
  • Business Analysts
  • Heads of Service Delivery
  • Business Transformation Officers



Sponsorship opportunities

Sponsor this conference in order to:
  • Generate leads through 8 hours of networking
  • Present your best case study to the entire audience
  • Join the interactive discussions on actual IT projects

Contact David Huggan on 02 9239 5710 or email david.huggan@criterionconferences.com find out more about sponsorship opportunities.

Attend to learn:

  • Digital transformation strategies
  • Create a roadmap to cloud services
  • Improving customer engagement through improved IT systems
  • Data strategies for better council services

Key Speakers

Colin Fairweather
Chief Information Officer
City of Melbourne
Dr Scott Bourke
Chief Innovation Officer
Sunshine Coast Regional Council
Jason Borowicz
Customer Centric Improvement Lead
Auckland Council
Mark Rugless
Head of Information Technology
City of Parramatta

Sponsors

What People Are Saying

  • Being new to Local Government a great way to network and meet new contacts!”

    Jane Howard
    ICT Opertations Manager, Penrith City Council
  • A great conference for sharing ideas and connecting with industry colleagues.”

    Adam Cox
    System Support Analyst, Shellharbour City Council
  • Great contrast of presenters.  Very informative.”

    Roger Ackers
    CIO, Far North District Council - New Zealand
  • Well organised & topical conference. Good networking opportunities. Excellent conference facility.”

    Gerald Van Den Heuvel
    Manager Information Services, Broken Hill City Council

Blog

  • Date: 14 Mar 2017  By: Dr Jonathan Reichental

    One of the reasons I moved from a successful 20-year career innovating in the private sector to spending time serving the public sector wasn’t because it was a premier place to innovate. In fact, I was attracted to the public sector exactly because it was the opposite. Let me explain. During the 2000s, looking across …

  • Date: 4 May 2016  By: Brian Dollery

    Brian Dollery, University of New England Hard-pressed ratepayers in New South Wales and Queensland need no reminding of the perils of municipal amalgamation. NSW experienced a sharp dose of forced mergers in 2004. Queenslanders underwent draconian council consolidation under the Beattie government in 2008. NSW is now on the cusp of a further round of …

  • Date: 11 Apr 2016  By: Steve Bishop

    There are too many public sector organisations in the UK.  Most, like my two district councils, were designed in the early 1970s, when the physical size of paper databases and armies of clerks limited organisational reach. Therefore two major tiers of councils were created in England – 45 county councils and 296 district councils – …

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