Australian Information Industry Association
Inaugural AIIA Victoria ‘Public Sector Tribe' Event Series
Date: Thursday 19 Jul 2018
Where: The Odd One Out 125 Flinders Lane
Contact Name:Kerryn Nelson
Price Non Member:$75.00
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Commencing July 2018, the AIIA in Victoria will host a monthly ‘Public Sector Tribe’ lunch and networking event on the third Thursday of each month.
This series of events is focussed on building a committed community across the tech industry and government, recognising strengths in building networks and holding regular discussions to address many of the issues facing our industry.
Central to these monthly tribe events will be presentations from government executives on their charters and challenges, commencing with the July 19th event which will feature Ryan Batchelor, Executive Director, Public Sector Governance and Reform, and Information and Data Reform, Department of Premier & Cabinet and Liz Williams, Deputy Electoral Commissioner, Victorian Electoral Commission
Within a theme of Government administration, Ryan will talk to us about the Victorian government’s Public Sector Reform program and focus over the next 12 months. Liz will provide a perspective on the machinery of government in the lead up to and during an election period.
The AIIA is excited to provide our community with the opportunity to access these insights into government machinations as we get closer to the Victorian state election.
Put these dates in your diary now!
Future tribe events have been scheduled for:
- 16 August Topic to be advised
- 20 September The Innovation Agenda
- 9 October Government Workforce Strategy
- 15 November Government Networking Forum and CXO / SME pitch sessions
Sponsorship opportunities are also still available for each of the events in the ‘Tribe’ series.
Executive Director, Public Sector Reform, Department of Premier and Cabinet
Ryan Batchelor is currently Executive Director, Public Sector Reform at the Victorian Department of Premier and Cabinet. This role leads a team focused on reform and innovation in the public sector, designing to measure and improve outcomes, better sharing and use of data, and driving performance and delivery. It also delivers several whole of Victorian Government innovation initiatives, including the Public Sector Innovation Fund, the Behavioural Insights Unit, and the new Victorian Centre for Data Insights.
Ryan joined the department in mid-2015 after returning from the United Kingdom where he completed a Masters of Public Policy at the University of Cambridge. Prior to that he lived in Timor-Leste working on development projects. He has also worked senior levels of the Australian Government, including as Chief of Staff to the Federal Minister for Families, Community Services, Indigenous Affairs, and Disability Reform from 2010 - 2012, and as Director of Policy in the Office of the Prime Minister of Australia in 2012 - 2013. In these roles, Ryan worked on the development and funding of the National Disability Insurance Scheme, paid parental leave and pensions reform.
Deputy Electoral Commissioner, Victorian Electoral Commission
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