FutureGov Forum Western Australia
Venue: Pan Pacific Perth
|Event Date/Time: Feb 05, 2013 / 8:00 am - (GMT +8:00 hours)|
Important new developments are underway in Australia's economic and financial powerhouse in Western Australia. Building on the state's mining and resources boom, state and local government agencies are fast-tracking investments in information technology and telecommunications - while streamlining citizen services.
Combined, WA agencies spent AUD $644.6 million on information communications and technology (ICT) payments to suppliers. Moves are underway in 2012-2013 enabling agencies to migrate from a controversial shared services to a decentralised ICT procurement regime.
During 2013-2014, agencies will have greater freedom and choices to make their own procurement decisions, at the same time, adapting technology spending programmes to suit citizen and service delivery needs.
These ICT choices are also impacted by an imminnent state election, scheduled for mid-March 2013.
How will WA's political and ICT policy reform develop in 2013-2014? How do you benefit from these reforms across the political divide?
Find the answers exclusively @ your industry's 2nd Annual FutureGov Forum WA 2013.
Share up-to-the-minute market intelligence and policy insights featuring the state's most influential decision-makers and stay ahead of the curve.
Western Austrlaian top-level public servants and other industry stakeholders are meeting with state, national and international peers to discuss, debate and deliver a 21st action plan to maximise the ROI from technology investments.