Public Sector Innovation Show 2019

About this event

Expanding upon the success of the 5th Public Sector Innovation Show in Australia, PSN’s Public Sector Innovation Show will be coming to NSW in May 2019. Join 150+ of your peers in Sydney in May and take part in the inaugural gathering of public sector leaders in NSW, who will be taking a different look at how we can better deliver government services, using innovative new ways of thinking, and transforming the way we develop and deliver services, using new tools, technologies, and processes.

The conference will be divided into a plenary and two streams to focus on:

  • Tools and Technologies
  • People and Processes

Steven Issa, Chief Digital Officer at the Australian Digital Health Agency will be a guest speaker at this event. Also, visit our booth for all your digital health questions.

Who should attend?

Australian and international heads, directors, first assistant secretaries, parliamentary secretaries and senior managers across public sector departments from Federal, State and Local government and government funded and operated statutory bodies.

Event run by:

Public Sector Network

Information about third party events has been provided by the organiser or sourced from the event website. Inclusion in the events calendar should not be construed as endorsement of the event by the Agency. Information is provided as a service to the digital health developer community, and all event arrangements may be subject to change and should be confirmed with the event organiser.

Tuesday, 28 May 2019 (All day)
Dockside Conference Centre, Sydney NSW

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