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.
Enhance your conference experience with:
- 14 fantastic speakers discussing their case studies around ICT procurement change
- Speed Networking session: get ready to meet new people, make connections & build your network
- Roundtable sessions to hear about leading technologies and business processes
- Panel of Vendors analysing how Government could change to improve the relationships with vendors
- Spotlight session: to get all of your pressing questions answered
Who will attend?
Leaders from the Public Sector including:
- Chief Information Officers
- Chief Procurement Officers
- Heads of Vendor Management
- Heads of Contract Management
- Heads of IT Procurement
- Heads IT Sourcing
- Heads of ICT
- Heads of Category Management
Attend to learn:
- Changing the ICT procurement landscape
Processes to improve ICT sourcing
Strategies to enhance vendor relationships
Cultural changes & skill gaps
- Whole of Government approach to transform NZ Government into a single customer
- Leading procurement transformation to enable digital services across government
- Engaging with industry to lead an ICT procurement transformation
- Collaborating with IT before sourcing begins to truly understand the specification
Digital Transformation Agency
Department of Human Services
Australian Taxation Office
Endorsers & Media Partners
Australian Govlink is Australia’s only digital magazine dedicated to promoting partnerships between government and the private sector. Following research conducted by BGP Publishing with Council CEOs, General Managers, Engineers and Purchasing /Procurement Officers, BGP found the digital publication enabled senior management to forward Australian Govlink to all departments. This information led to BGP moving from hardcopy to the new digital format from 2015 and provides advertisers with a wider reach across the Local Government network in Australia and the ability to embed video files within your advertisement to maximize engagement with the reader.
Each issue seeks to review initiatives in local, state and commonwealth government and provide commentary on a broad range of issues, topics and projects relating to government. The cutting edge editorial highlights a wide range of government and private sector activities, ranging from local projects to major government ventures.
Australian Govlink serves as a valuable reference tool to all those involved in both daily decision making and the formation of long term strategic relationships. The publication is relevant to all sectors of government and to anyone with an interest in doing business with government.
Australian Govlink works alongside the Australian Local Government Council (ALGC) as well as other leading associations, including AGIC, ASIAL and IPWEA with each edition including high quality editorial contribution from these and many other leading associations along with access to strong distribution networks.
With more and more private advertisers turning to Australian Govlink to get their products and brand message into the hands of the decision makers within Government, Australian Govlink is proving to be a continually referenced resource throughout the year and the ultimate link between the private and public sectors.
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