Arvind Tyagi

Arvind Tyagi

Department of Planning and Environment

Arvind Tyagi is a technology savvy, forward-looking transformational leader with rich experience in the private and public sectors. He has worked with reputed multinationals for over 20 years managing large teams and has been in leadership positions with the Commonwealth and State Governments.

Arvind presents a multidisciplinary and innovation-driven approach to addressing strategic issues. He holds MSc, MBA, Master of Ecommerce, Bachelor of Laws and Associate CPA.  He is a certified risk manager, certified internal auditor, certified project director and a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He is also a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Manager and Leaders.

Arvind is known for bringing success to several strategic organisational projects through his contributions. Recent ones include: Transport Access Program (560 projects, multi billion capital outlay); Housing Affordability Agenda of the NSW Government ($4.2 billion) and program management of Planned Precincts within his current Department.

Arvind advocates for a people-driven, innovation-led approach to strategic change and transformation. He believes that dynamic leadership that takes people with it, brings sustainable and positive change operating in an ethical, value-based environment.

He is Executive Director, Portfolio Transformation Office at the NSW Department Planning & Environment.




Appearing at
20 May 2021
Our FSTGov Australia Digital Discussion will be held from 9am AEST on Thursday 20 May to address common public sector challenges in executing streamlined digital transformation strategies, without jeopardising the citizen experience. Split over three sessions, you are welcome to register...
NSW Government Event
29 May 2019
  • ICC Sydney
Australia’s ‘first state’ sits at the vanguard of digital government transformation. Don’t miss NSW’s premier government technology conference, offering privileged insight from technology leaders on the evolution of the government’s ICT program.