Partners In Technology (PiT) November 2019

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Auditorium 1 (Main Building)

Level 2, State Library of Queensland

Cultural Centre, Stanley Place

South Bank, Queensland 4101

Australia

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Partners in Technology (PiT) briefings are a forum for Queensland's ICT industry to learn about ICT procurement opportunities for the Queensland Government and non-government organisations.

This forum also provides a networking opportunity to discuss topical subjects and emerging technologies being rolled out by the Queensland Government.

Topics will include:

Future of customer and digital delivery in Queensland Government
Department of Housing and Public Works
Liza Carroll, Director-General, Department of Housing and Public Works

The digital future of DES
Department of Environment and Science
Tim Barker, Chief Digital Officer, Digital and Information Services Branch, Science and Technology Division

An exploration of the role of the Chief Digital Officer in fulfilling the vision of DES being a digitally capable leader that maximises and enriches Queenslanders connection to our environment, science and the arts.

The Queensland digital licence
Department of Transport and Main Roads
Chris Goh, General Manager, Registration and Licensing Modernisation

Re-thinking how a driver licence that was issued in 1910 after a vehicle accident can be used to support communities and businesses do business, while keeping our customers' data safe and private.

Event Details

Registration: 8.00am - 8.30am
Presentations: 8.30am - 9.30am
Q&A: 9.30am - 9:40am
Networking: 9.40am - 10.00am

*Please note that ticket registration is per individual, please don’t register a group of people. Simply forward on this invite to other individuals interested in attending this briefing to register.*

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Auditorium 1 (Main Building)

Level 2, State Library of Queensland

Cultural Centre, Stanley Place

South Bank, Queensland 4101

Australia

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