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PEOPLEJohn Lloyd, Victor Dominello, Margus Sarapuu, Benjamin P. Taylor, Catherine Burn, Sandy Pitcher, Colin Fairweather, Jeremy Moon, Michael Vanderheide, Richard Mackey
DEPARTMENTSAustralian Public Service Commission, Department of Immigration and Border Protection, City of Melbourne, NSW Data Analytics Centre, APSC, Zero-Bureaucracy, Public Service Transformation Academy, NSW Police Force, Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources, ACT Treasury and Economic Development Directorate, CenITex, Border Force
How are public sector leaders making service delivery fit for the future? In what ways is the public sector embracing the skills and aspirations of a diverse, intergenerational workforce?
How are public sector leaders making service delivery fit for the future? In what ways is the public sector embracing the skills and aspirations of a diverse, intergenerational workforce? How can public servants translate innovation into practical, everyday processes? These and other topical questions will be explored at the Public Sector Forum on 20 and 21 June 2017 in Sydney.
Following an excellent debut in 2016, the Public Sector Forum will return in 2017 for two days of in-depth exploration of the challenges and opportunities shaping Australia’s public sector.
Uniting the nation’s most experienced and distinguished public servants, this event provides ample networking opportunities and outstanding insights from local and international speakers.
Some of the highlights expected for the 2017 event include:
Other speakers confirmed for the event include Sandy Pitcher, CEO, Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources; Judi Childs, Head of Public Sector Management, Workforce Capability and Governance and Chief Minister, Treasury and Economic Development Directorate – ACT Government; Colin Fairweather, Chief Information Officer, City of Melbourne; Jeremy Moon, Director, NSW Data Analytics Centre; Michael Vanderheide, Chief Executive, CenITex; and Richard Mackey, Director of Strategic Research, Department of Immigration and Border Protection.
A list of further speakers and a full programme will be released shortly on the Public Sector Forum website. For more information about the event, or to register, visit publicsectorforum.com.au or call Connect Events on (02) 8004 8590. Early bird registrations end on 5 May 2017.
Subscribers to The Mandarin receive 10% off early bird registration or 10% off standard registration – use the code MA10.
For enquiries about sponsoring the Public Sector Forum, contact Tim Lockwood on (02) 8004 3172.
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