Presents

Open Opportunity Sydney 2017

16 November 2017
Level 27, Angel Place
123 Pitt Street, Sydney

Presents

Open Opportunity Sydney 2017

16 November 2017
Level 27, Angel Place
123 Pitt Street, Sydney

Presents

Open Opportunity Sydney 2017

16 November 2017
Level 27, Angel Place
123 Pitt Street, Sydney

Opportunities for the business sector to collaborate with government to deliver simple and intuitive digital services

 

Since the inaugural Open Opportunity forum in late 2015, significant milestones have been reached in the digital transformation agenda of federal and state governments. To date, the progress has been largely at the strategic planning level, but we are now starting to see the ‘rubber hit the road’ in terms of implementation.

Subsequent to the launch of the Government’s digital transformation agenda, the public sector has found new ways to impact the lives of citizens, applying new approaches to overcoming old legacy structures and modes of thinking; and embracing new technologies and ideas.

The potential of innovation in government is immense; however, the challenges governments face are significant. InnovationAus.com’s Open Opportunity forums aim to showcase each State’s initiatives to overcome these challenges, and explore the vast opportunities for the SME tech community to collaborate.

Hear from key government leaders on:

·   Government’s key digital delivery initiatives helping SMEs to work with government

·   Priority areas that government services must address in the next 12 months

·   Key opportunities that are breaking down the barriers to government procurement

·   The expansion of new services in the Digital Marketplace

·   Collaboration between universities and small business to attract senior skills for government

·   Government’s Open Data Policy and how they are enabling “ecosystems of service delivery”

Open Opportunity Sydney will showcase the policies and initiatives the NSW Government is taking to build a workforce of innovators through cross-government networks with a focus on skills, how it is creating innovation funds to accelerate new services, and how it has developed novel procurement mechanisms to bring innovation and technology in from the outside. 

Who will be there

·   Mid-tier Australian tech Chief executive officers

·   C-level technology suppliers to government

·   Public sector procurement officers and Technology project managers

·   Chief data officers and Chief digital officers

·   Policy advisers and Commercial Directors

·   Digital transformation specialists and Business development officers

·   Content producers and service designers

·   Heads of Digital & UX, Government sales and Business operations

 

Agenda Coming Soon

Official Event Host

Maddocks
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