The FSTGov Future of NSW Government Summit 2024 returns for its 9th Edition, assembling its leaders to confer on digital transformation initiatives crucial to unlocking solutions for the State’s latest priorities in citizen service.
Pre-empting 2024, NSW’s latest budget and change in Government has sparked a rally of the state’s public sector around critical conversations for the reprioritisation of digital investment, delivery and innovation.
With a concerted shift towards partnership across Government and industry, goals are set to revolve around NSW’s ability to maintain the momentum of integral digital initiatives, pivot to optimise the core approaches of Government ICT, and innovate to solve remaining challenges left unchecked.
Along these lines, FSTGov Future of NSW Government Summit 2024 will host deep subject-specific expertise, networking, and insight into:
- Continued delivery of core and common projects including consolidated ICT platforms, centralised service delivery models and cyber security.
- Maintaining progression and continuous improvement of critically funded initiatives.
- Tying digital and data to the anticipation of citizens, communities, economy and Government needs.
- Emerging ICT and innovation to solve legacy challenges and do ‘more-with-less’.
- Technology opportunities for capability deduplication, simplification and streamlining.
- Enabling State digital assets and collective action towards a connected Government.
- Jumpstarting innovation pathways through partnership models and agile procurement.
- The application, continuous improvement and alignment of existing digital reform and infrastructure to well-defined outcomes.
AI in Government 2.0: NSW Assurance Framework Refresh for Generative AI
How Does NSW Deploy Innovation to Solve Legacy Challenges and Harness Emerging ICT?
Inhibitors to the future workforce: key steps for organisations to get ahead of skills and talent gaps broadening across the sector
Strategic prioritisation: how are leaders maintaining the pace of critically funded digital initiatives whilst identifying opportunities for continuous improvement?
Fostering new partnership models: how do we unlock innovation pathways through government and industry collaboration?
How are Cyber Teams Coping? Remaining Resilient to the Latest Levels of Vulnerability, Threat, and Risk in NSW's Digital & Data Landscape
- Strategic pillars and cyber collaboration: how NSW responds to the new 2023-2030 Australian Cyber Security Strategy
- Business Risk Mitigation: navigating operational fatigue and encouraging responsible cyber skills across the organisation
- Rapid reprioritisation: strategies for optimising cybersecurity budgets and allocating resources effectively
- Advancing practices, standards, and planning: despite NSW leading E8 maturity compared to other states, how do agencies plan nect-gen resilience?
Government’s Opportunity for Inclusive Essential Services
- I can’t believe I said that: how discrimination has changed with digital disruption
- Edge-case user testing: how going beyond conventional user engagement improves diversity of insights and end-user empathy
- Disability isn't a dirty word: practical examples of embracing inclusivity in digital service design
- Breaking barriers: did you know some disabled people can't apply for jobs?
The New Horizon of Data in Government: Priorities for Information Capability
Linking Data & Digital professions: how do IT leaders approach the future of this transformation in NSW Public Sector?
Priority analysis: how are data teams enabling the anticipation of citizens, communities, economy and Government needs?
Strategic disruption: What are the latest approaches to weaving strategies, standards, and technologies into fast-evolving AI agendas?
Customer alignment: How do organisations align data with business strategy and monitor diverse insights to derive meaningful initiatives?
Humans in Cyber: How NSW Is Pioneering Literacy, Awareness, and Upskilling for the Benefit of Digital and Data Security
- Fostering partnerships for enhanced cyber defence
- Addressing people-centric challenges and proposed solutions identified in recent cyber threat reports
- Embedding aligned cyber functions and professionals to best empower security conversations and business effectiveness
Stay tuned for further speaker announcements...
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