GovInnovate Summit

14 November, 2016 – 16 November, 2016 all-day
National Convention Centre Canberra
31 Constitution Ave
Canberra ACT 2601
GovInnovate Summit @ National Convention Centre Canberra | Canberra | Australian Capital Territory | Australia

GovInnovate is the premium forum for the public sector to achieve excellence in service design, digital delivery and security. GovInnovate facilitates engaged, educated conversation on the challenges and opportunities in delivering a more collaborative, participatory and responsive form of government.

The 5th annual GovInnovate Summit will take place at National Convention Centre Canberra, 14 – 16 November 2016. The Minister will be joined by American digital pioneer and US Government former Presidential Innovation Fellow, Hillary Hartley plus Australian Digital Transformation Office leaders Paul Shetler, Rachel Dixon, and Radi Kovacevic, plus Darryl Carpenter from the Department of Internal Affairs, New Zealand.

Government agencies are being mandated to transition to greater digital engagement, embracing technology in an effort to reduce costs and enhance efficiencies.

GovInnovate will provide a mission critical arena for the public sector to align government business needs with excellence in citizen service design and delivery.

The event will comprise of post-event workshops, a two day conference, roundtables and an exhibition.

The event is organised by Hannover Fairs Australia, part of Deutsche Messe and organisers of the worldwide CeBIT technology events.


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