IT and Telecommunications Conferences and Events
- 31st July and 1st August, Canberra
The Public Sector Workforce Planning & Analytics conference will bring together leaders from public sector departments and agencies to develop practical strategies to collect, analyse and use workforce analytics and take away key learnings to implement long term and sustainable workforce plans.
Use the offer code CC*GC to save an additional $100 on top of our current early bird offers!
- 14th to 17th August 2018
The role of a PMO needs to rapidly evolve to keep up with the accelerating landscape. A more fluid and modern approach is required to tackle challenges caused by disruptive technologies, digitalisation and new methodologies. The 2018 PMO Leadership Conference will feature real-life, best-practice case studies with strong cross-industry references.
Use the offer code CC*GOVCAREER to save an additional $100 on top of our current early bird offers!
- 22nd & 23rd August 2018, Aerial UTS Function Centre, Sydney
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.
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.
- 25th & 26th July 2018, Canberra
Data driven transformation within governments have been steered by a culture of innovation, committed to do things differently. As innovation drives the future of data analytics, governments are tasked with how to effectively improve and harness that capability to drive effective decision making.
The Advancing Data Analytics conference will showcase practical tools and strategies to strengthen data analysis technical capability and application in the public sector.
- 24th & 25th July 2018, Canberra
Managing the transition to digital is a critical priority for records and information management professionals across the entire Australian Public Service. Understanding how to appropriately meet these challenges requires a precarious mixture of: systems change & integration, proactive record management and frequently an accompanying cultural shift at an organisational level.