8th Annual FST Government New Zealand 2022

1 September 2022
  • Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
Event Details

It seems that the New Zealand Government is continuing its digital success stories from recent years, as it reconfigures the COVID-19 pandemic as a learning curve for how to better leverage technology to digitally-enable Government operations and citizen outcomes for the future. Digital innovation in NZ has spread across modernising the cloud-based workplace, increasing agility in response to crises and tackling the digital divide that emerged more so during the pandemic.

These policies form part of NZ’s threefold digital government strategy, which also comprises a strategy for digital public service and a Government digital work programme with trust, inclusion and growth at the forefront. Focused on enhancing citizen literacy, experience, accessibility and connectivity, these efforts continue to drive NZ along the path of innovation and a successful digital transformation journey. Join us at our 2022 FST Government New Zealand conference, as we invite thought leaders from the public sector and tech industry to chart NZ’s ongoing progress towards a unified eGovernment and track its digital innovation pipeline and citizen reception.

Join us where we’ll explore:

  • NZ’s post-COVID recovery plan after the release of their ‘Wellbeing Budget’
  • The implementation of NZ’s internal and external cloud migration strategies
  • Whole-of-government digital transformation
  • How digital resources support the Government’s responses to the distinct needs of citizens
  • Data governance and privacy mandates
  • The future of connectivity in New Zealand
  • A next-generation cybersecurity strategy that is adaptive, intuitive and automated
  • Days
    Hours
    Min
    Sec
  • Start Date
    1 September 2022 9:00 am
  • Venue
    • Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Attendance Is For Public Sector Employees Only

2022 Speakers
Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs, Minister for the Digital Economy and Communications, Minister for State Owned Enterprises and Minister of Statistics
Chief Executive and Secretary
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade Manatū Aorere
Deputy Chief Executive Te Whakatairanga Service Delivery
Hīkina Whakatutuki Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment
Deputy Commissioner, Information & Intelligence Services
Inland Revenue Te Tari Taake
General Manager Data System Strategy and Capability - Data System Leadership
Stats NZ Tatauranga Aotearoa
Chief Information Security Officer
New Zealand Defence Force Te Ope Kātua o Aotearoa
Head of Security
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency
Group Manager Security, Development and Operations, Head of Information Security
Auckland Transport
Chief Digital Officer Āpiha Mātāmua Pārongo
Public Service Commission Te Kawa Mataaho
Former Chief Digital Officer & Director Agency Partnering
Stats NZ Tatauranga Aotearoa & Department of Internal Affairs Te Tari Taiwhenua
Chief Information Officer
New Zealand Defence Force Te Ope Kātua o Aotearoa
Chief Data Officer
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade Manatū Aorere
Chief Digital Officer and Head of Location Information
Toitū Te Whenua Land Information New Zealand
General Manager- Data Science and Analytics
Inland Revenue Te Tari Taake
Chief Digital Officer
Te Toka Tumai Auckland District Health Board
Chief Digital Officer
Waitematā and Counties Manukau District Health Board
Chief Clinical Information Officer
Capital & Coast District Health Board Ūpoko Ki Te Uru Hauora
Chief Information Officer
NZ Parliament Pāremata Aotearoa
Head of Architecture and Design
healthAlliance
Acting Head of Information Systems
MetService Te Ratonga Tirorangi
2022 Agenda
  • How do you plan for a future we don’t understand?
  • How do you identify skillsets you don’t currently have in the organisation?
  • How can agencies learn from each other?
  • How do you look to collaborate as an Executive?
  • In a post covid world, how do we see digital strategies evolving?
  • Citizen-centricity: what do we truly mean by this and what defines a good experience with government?
  • How do we unlock greater enterprise and technology value for the benefit of citizens?
  • Becoming a digital business: the cultural shift required to become a customer-centric, connected, and agile Public Sector organisation
  • What are the key opportunities for leveraging data and insights for greater public value within NZ and how do we place the citizen at the centre?
  • How do we further empower citizen service delivery through data capabilities?
  • Trust and confidence: how do we protect citizens data privacy but avoid critical data not being leveraged due to risk aversion?
  • How do we equip and support wider technology and business groups with the right data skillsets?

In the hope to keep up, how can government agencies set up to tackle the changing nature of risks, on an ongoing basis? How do we improve interactions between the business, technologies, and competing cyber strategy priorities? How can agencies improve resilience and shared learnings when it comes to Information Security? What marks a well-aligned security function within the business?

Contact Us
For sponsorship enquiries:
Chris Daros
General Manager, Government
T: +61 2 8484 0906
To participate as a speaker:
Patrick Joy
Senior Conference Producer
T: +61 2 8484 0996
For delegate enquiries:
Rebecca Murphy
Head of Customised Events & Delegate Relations
T: +61 2 8484 0945
For event and marketing enquiries:
Vidya Gopinath
Head of Operations
T: +61 2 8484 0916
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Delegate attendance is reserved for Government Officials ONLY (includes local, state, federal government, utilities and university employees).

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