Venue
Adelaide Convention Centre
Adelaide Convention Centre, North Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia

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Event Date Thu Dec 1 AEDT (in 6 months)
In your timezone (EDT): Wed Nov 30 8:00am - Wed Nov 30 8:00am
Location Adelaide Convention Centre
North Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia
Region APAC
Details

The geographic heart of Australia has also become its epicentre for impressive and large-scale tech innovation projects. And South Australia doesn’t look like it’s slowing down at all. Budget announcements only continued the Government’s grand outlook on upscaling digital resources and enhancing citizen experiences in the wake of COVID-19, with a $120 million pledge to the Digital Restart Fund and $20.8 million committed to Adelaide’s dedicated global innovation precinct, Lot Fourteen.

The big picture of SA is set on boosting space, digital, hi-tech and cyber companies in a collaborative setting, but it hasn’t lost sight of any digital needs at the grassroots level. After the COVID-19 pandemic put the SA Government to the test on its digital delivery, its pre-existing foundations in hi-tech innovation only accelerated its development of digital services and systems, allowing SA to bounce back better than ever before. Join us as we welcome public sector thought leaders and top technologists to track SA’s tech and digital innovation pipeline.

Join us where we’ll explore:
• The benefits of whole-of-government digital transformation
• SA’s post-COVID recovery plan and how digital augments the process
• Data governance and privacy mandates
• How the SA government will continue their ambitious plans for tech innovation
• Smart cities and building digital-ready infrastructure
• Improving citizen outcomes through omnichannel services and platforms
• How Artificial Intelligence (AI) and automation strategies can help SA make the leap to augmented, predicted government

Speakers

2021 Past Speakers

Dr Eva Balan-Vnuk
Chief Information Officer, Office of the Chief Information Officer, Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Tina Hardin
Executive Director, Clinical Informatics, Center for Excellence and Innovation in Health (CEIH)

Andrew McAlindon
Chief Data and Analytics Officer, Central Adelaide Local Health Network

Mike Barber
Chief Executive Officer, Australian Cyber Collaboration Centre (A3C)

Faisal Kazi
Chief Information Security Officer, Attorney General's Department

Paul Goiak
Director, Information, Technology, and Asset Services, Department for Innovation and Skills

Charles Worthington
Chief Technology Officer, United States Department of Veterans Affairs

Linda South
Executive Director, Corporate Services and Chief Financial Officer, Courts Administration

Nic Kaliszewski
Director, Transport Analytics, Department for Infrastructure and Transport

Nathan Morelli
Head of Cyber Security and IT Resilience, SA Power Networks

Gavin Artz
Director Hi-Tech and Creative Industries, Department for Trade and Investment

Chloe Celani
Deputy Director, Digital Government Services, Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Ben Pluznyk
Director and Country Manager, Australia and New Zealand, Freshworks