Tuesday, March 13, 2007

ACS Canberra Branch Conference 2007

The annual ACS Canberra Branch conference is on this Thursday. Past conferences have helped set the agenda for use of the Internet and e-commerce in Government.

ACS Canberra Branch Conference 2007

Venue: Hyatt Hotel, Canberra
Date: Thursday 15 March 2007
Program Highlights
  • Technologists in the Public Interest, Mr Philip Argy FACS ACS President
  • Hon Gary Nairn MP, Federal Member for Eden-Monaro and  Special Minister of State The Future of online Citizen-Government engagement in Australia, The Hon Gary Nairn MP, Federal Member for Eden-Monaro and Special Minister of State
  • A new era for Customs IT, Mr Murray Harrison, Chief Information Officer, Australian Customs Service
  • Sheryle Moon, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Information Industry Association The 5th Utility, Ms Sheryle Moon MACS, Chief Executive Officer, AIIA
  • The Future Trends and Challenges of High Tech Crime Investigations, Federal Agent Nigel Phair, Team Leader Australian HiTech Crime Centre
  • Improvements in Government ICT Investment, Mr Mark Spong MACS, (Snr) Director ICT Investment, Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO)
  • The Government's biggest IT and business transformation programme - Systems for People, Bob Correll, Deputy Secretary and Chief Information Officer, Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC)
  • Projects, Portfolios & Governance in a Virtual World: The Dilemma for Government IT Management, Rob Thomsett, Thomsett International
Speakers notes from some past conferences are available:

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