Kathryn Green

Kathryn Green

Chief Information Officer and Chief Information Security Officer
Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency

Kathryn Green is an Executive MBA qualified and technically certified career professional with a passion for delivering great business solutions while consistently striving for an exceptional customer experience

Kathryn is currently the Director of Digital Technology, CIO & CISO at ARPANSA, Australia’s peak body for radiation protection and nuclear safety, having recently completed a tenure as Head of the Corporate Office for the agency.

Her career spans the successful management of diverse teams and delivery of a broad range of complex technology solutions in Federal government, Local government, insurance, legal, small business and telecommunications sectors.

The combination of technical expertise with business acumen and strong people-focus enables her to bring a unique blend of these attributes to successfully achieve Digital and business transformation.

Kathryn has established ARPANSA’s first Digital Strategy and is guiding the agency through the digital transformation journey with a focus on adaptive user experience with agile delivery methods.

She values supporting people to achieve their best, getting to know the real problem behind a business issue and promoting Digital technology to achieve business success.

Appearing at
FST Gov Australia
11 November 2021
  • National Convention Centre Canberra
The front face eGovernment was on full display during Australia’s ‘year of crises’, as citizens in lockdown reflexively sought out digital services for information, support, and solutions to maintain lives and livelihoods. While the Australian Government did, in large part,...
FST Gov Australia
18 November - 19 November 2020
  • Virtual Conference
Today, eGovernment is no mere afterthought; it is an expectation among Australia’s tech-savvy citizenry. This is no accident. It is testament to the states’ progressive adoption of digital infrastructure and e-services across the public sector – an ambition readily embraced...