The DevOps & Agile Digital Transformation for Government conference will bring leaders of government administration from across Australia together to discuss how DevOps and Agile digital transformation strategies can be used effectively to drive greater efficiency, productivity, deliver greater value for public money and increase government’s ability to respond quickly and effectively to changing ICT infrastructure needs.
Government is seeking insight on how DevOps and Agile tools can help them to discern between the diverse range of emerging technologies and implement them in a rapid and responsive fashion. The discussion agenda will explore practical applications of the broad range of latest developments in the Agile and DevOps toolbox for the public sector to help bring this community up to speed.
Topics to be explored will include:
- Global and local applications of DevOps in Government digital transformation
- Becoming a pipeline driven Public Sector organisation - creating a culture of continuous delivery and testing
- Breaking down silos through Agile shared services approaches to Government digital transformation
- DevOps and Agile workforce capability development
- Aligning DevOps and Agile methodologies with best practice digital standards
Key stakeholders involved in Public Sector digital transformation such as:
Benefits of attending
- Get up to speed with the latest developments in DevOps and Agile methodology
- Connect with fellow public sector digital transformation leaders focused on DevOps and Agile
- Learn from your peers and benchmark your approaches to Agile and DevOps implementation
- Take home practical DevOps and Agile skills and tools to transform your organisation
- INTERNATIONAL KEYNOTE: Creating a culture of continuous delivery & testing in Government
- KEYNOTE: Lean-Agile PMOs in Government – supporting Lean-Agile program & portfolio management across the public sector
- KEYNOTE PANEL DISCUSSION: Fostering DevOps & Agile cultures to lead public sector transformation
- INNOVATION LABS – INTERACTIVE ROUNDTABLES: Practical applications of DevOps & Agile methodologies in Government
- INTERNATIONAL KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Exploring challenges & opportunities in using Agile methods to transform Government legacy ICT systems
- How to gain measurable benefit from DevOps and agility in Government? Lessons from NSW Data Analytics Centre’s journey
- Bringing your business strategy and finance leaders along with you on the Agile and DevOps transformation journey
Aidan has worked as a Technology Director, Data Engineer, Innovation Specialist, and DevOps Consultant for government agencies in the United States, including 18F and New York City Planning Labs. Before that, he was a developer on the education team at GitHub, and has also helped improve the technology and practices of a number of startups and non-profits.
Aidan is passionate about enabling others, through building tools, teaching, and open source. When not hacking bureaucracy, Aidan has another life as a professional modern dancer.
County of Santa Clara, Silicon Valley, United States
Digital Transformation Agency
Julian is a digital leader and entrepreneur who has worked in the Canberra digital sector for over the past two decades. Julian has a focus on lean/adaptive portfolio management & investment, digital transformation, innovation, user-centred design, agile, digital technology and capability building. Julian previously led the Digital Strategy and Governance section at the Australian Federal Government Department of Employment where he led the adoption of digital ways of working, including a new IT operating model. Julian is a previous Young Entrepreneur award winner (2003) and played a key role in a UCD project which resulted in a Australia Day medal award.
Today Julian works in the DTAs Digital Investment Division providing advice across Government on portfolio management and digital investment, specialising in lean-agile portfolio and program management.
Australian Federal Police
What People Are Saying
“Great event – fantastic line up of speakers and delegates alike. Very interactive sessions with useful implementable takeaways.”Managing Director, Objective Experience
“This was a terrific, well-organised, event that brought together a number of very articulate and knowledgeable speakers. All presentations were on-topic and of great interest to me and my agency.”Applications Information and Communication Technology Director, Australian Research Council
“Great opportunity to get a more holistic perspective on Digital and Business Transformation applications across Government!”Business Transformation Manager, Public Transport Victoria
“The Digital Transformation conference was a wonderful opportunity to find out what’s going on throughout government in the digital space.”Business Architect, The Architecture Practice
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