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The 6th Annual GovInnovate Summit is the premier, public-sector only event for achieving excellence in digital transformation and digital service delivery. As citizen expectations of digital services continue to evolve, government agencies across Australia are seeking new methods and strategies to interact with tech-savvy users.
GovInnovate’s core focus is to help federal, state and local government departments engage with diverse communities, and brings together project leaders from a range of sectors to provide practical advice and lessons learned.
This year’s program features leading CXO’s and government IT executives from the DTA, ATO, Department of Human Services, ANAO, National Archives and many more.
You’ll also have the opportunity to discover proven strategies for the delivery of streamlined, citizen-centric services during our International Plenary Keynote, which is being delivered by Pete Williams from the UK. Pete Williams, recently ranked as the 6th most influential person in data-driven business in 2017, will be joining our high-calibre speaker line-up at this year’s event to share his lessons learned in his most recent role as head of enterprise at Marks and Spencer.
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