Event Date/Time: May 28, 2013
/ 9:00 am - (GMT +12:00 hours)
End Date/Time: May 28, 2013 / 5:00 pm - (GMT +12:00 hours)
"New Zealand delivers 2013 ICT reforms- Under government reforms in 2013, the New Zealand Cabinet is revitalising its Information and Communication (ICT) Strategy for the New Year. This Strategy, expected to be announced in May 2013, lays the foundations for policy reforms. These developments impact on agency-wide ICT procurement, funding and service delivery programmes.
The New Zealand government spends an estimated NZ $2 billion on ICT – with technology innovation driving service delivery across the administration. How will developments in 2013 drive the future of government this decade?
Find the answers at your industry’s flagship FutureGov Forum New Zealand 2013. This forum builds on the success of our inaugural FutureGov Forum New Zealand (2012). Next year’s agenda galvanises distinguished speakers representing all levels of government, as well as award-winning case studies, interactive panels and popular interactive discussion tables.
A dedicated expo showcases cost-saving technologies including *Cloud Computing *Mobile Communications *Cyber-Security *Big Data *Digital Information Management *Broadband *Social Media *Unified Communications...and more.
Join us to track developments driving reforms in New Zealand. Benefit from a first-hand look at cost-saving strategies to streamline citizen services – while using best-available technologies.
Hear from the leaders and stakeholders driving policy, funding and procurement reforms. Learn why agencies are racing to identify savings and efficiencies to deliver the best return-on-investment technology.
Join informed discussion and debate – while accessing the first-hand knowledge and expertise of senior officials, reforms’ advocates, and industry partners.
FutureGov Forum New Zealand 2013 galvanises domestic and international leaders, experts and world-renowned practitioners – all under one roof.
Unearth solutions to your most immediate challenges through meeting, sharing and delivering an action plan for 21st century government service delivery
[Keynote] Hon Chris Tremain, Minister for Internal Affairs & Local Government, New Zealand
Stephen Crombie, Chief Information Officer, New Zealand Police
Pam Madgwick, Chief Information Officer, Ministry of Transport, New Zealand
Matjaz Jug, Chief Information Officer, IT Solutions Group, Statistics New Zealand
Lance Martin, Superintendent, Communications Division, Western Australia Police, Australia
Alf Fordham, Assistant Commissioner, Western Australia Police, Australia
Colin Wallis, Authentication Standards Manager, Department of Internal Affairs, New Zealand
Tina Sutton, General Manager, Government Information Services, Department of Internal Affairs, New Zealand
Gavin Till, IM&CT Manager, Information Management and Communication Technology, Christchurch City Council, New Zealand
Channa Jayasinha, Chief Information Officer, Wellington City Council, New Zealand
Keitha Booth, Open Data Information and Programme Leader, Land Information New Zealand (LINZ)
Jan Pierce, General Manager, Customer Services, Land Information New Zealand (LINZ)
John Roberts, Director, Client Capability, Archives New Zealand, Department of Internal Affairs, New Zealand
Karl McDiarmid, Programme Manager, RealMe, Department of Internal Affairs, New Zealand….and rest being finalised