FST Local Government New Zealand 2020

15 October 2020
  • Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

FST Local Government New Zealand 2020

Local governments are at the coalface of their communities. Citizens take an active stake in their councils and expect local government services to be tailored for the unique challenges facing their communities.

Digital technologies have empowered councils with the tools and capabilities to better support their communities – from expediting the labyrinthine building permits process to ensuring waste is collected on-time and with minimal disruption.

Each of New Zealand’s 67 local governments – often separated not just by geography but also by culture and language – require a unique technology mix that ensures community members are equally represented, and their voices heard.

FST Local Government New Zealand conference will explore some of the major technological trends and challenges facing councils across the North and South islands, including:

  • Data exchange and analytics that empower better localised decision making
  • Omnichannel services and platforms built for citizens
  • Reducing the IT cost burden and increasing efficiency
  • Harmonising digital infrastructure and removing the legacy burden
  • Making the shift to XaaS
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML) and the new face of augmented government
  • Agile by design methodologies
  • Cloud-backed environments and the transition from on-premise infrastructure
  • Digital identity management
  • Fourth industry revolution (4IR) technologies and how they will shape citizen centric government

Dedicated to New Zealand Public Sector participants

  • Days
    Hours
    Min
    Sec
  • Start Date
    15 October 2020 9:00 am
  • Venue
    • Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
Speakers
Chief Information Officer
Adelaide City Council
Director Strategy & Governance
CenITex
Chief Information Officer & Manager ICT Shared Services Office
Wellington City Council
Chair
Institute for Accountability in the Digital Age
Chief Information Officer
Marlborough District Council
(Former) Chief Information and Innovation Officer; Professor
Obras de Madrid; IE School of Architecture & Design
Deputy Chief Information Officer
City of Toronto
Chief Innovation Officer
City of Canning
Executive General Manager Business Technology
Auckland Transport
Chief Information Officer
Western Bay of Plenty
Chief Information Officer
South Taranaki District Council
Group Manager, Corporate Excellence
Northland District Council
Director of ICT
Auckland Council
Business Improvement Lead
Whanganui District Council
General Manager, Innovation, Growth and Development Services
City Of Darwin
Vice President, Urban Tech Partnerships Global Cities, former Chief Technology Officer, City of New York
Mastercard
Advisory Member, Digital Economy and Digital Inclusion
Ministerial Advisory Group
City Innovation Lead
Wellington City Council
Chief Executive
Manawatū District Council
Conference Contacts
For sponsorship enquiries:
Chris Daros
General Manager, Government
T: +61 2 8484 0906
For delegate enquiries:
Rebecca Murphy
Head of Customised Events & Delegate Relations
T: +61 2 8484 0945
To participate as a speaker:
Simona Zukaite
Head of Production
T: +61 2 8484 0902
For event and marketing enquiries:
Vidya Gopinath
Head of Operations
T: +61 2 8484 0916