CIO Series Part 2 - ICT Governance

CIO Series Part 2 - ICT Governance

Jul 12

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Glenn Archer, Australian Government Chief Information Officer and First Assistant Secretary, Department of Finance and Deregulation

 Public event
 Four Seasons Hotel, 199 George Street, Sydney, NSW

 Lunch (12.00pm to 2.00pm)

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Event overview

Join us for top-level insights at CEDA second NSW CIO Series forum for 2013.

Government agencies are increasingly relying on sophisticated IT frameworks to deliver their programs and services. Across Government, this has often involved shared resources and a common approach to best practice.

Emerging trends and the complex amount of data involved are driving decision-making.

The Australian Government's Chief Information Officer, Glenn Archer, will address big data strategies in the context of whole-of-government planning and governance and policy frameworks as they relate to current and future priorities.

Meet the speaker

Glenn Archer
Australian Government Chief Information Officer (AGCIO) and First Assistant Secretary
Australian Government Information Management Office

Adam Bennett is Executive General Manager for Enterprise Transformation at NAB. He was appointed to the role in November 2012 after three and half years as CIO, and is responsible for driving the bank's transformation agenda.
NAB is a third of the way through a 10-year program that brings together technology, business and cultural strategy to build the bank of the future. The program has already reached numerous milestones: reducing risk by decommissioning legacy systems; creating value by driving efficiencies; and building flexibility for future innovation.
Adam joined the bank in 2005 and has had a range of executive management roles in strategy, technology and transformation across the Group in Australia and New Zealand. He recently spent eight weeks at Harvard Business School to complete the Advanced Management Program.
Before joining the NAB Group in 2005, Adam led the finance and employee transformation practice for Capgemini Ernst & Young, and spent over 12 years in corporate and operations strategy consulting, primarily with PricewaterhouseCoopers and IBM.
Adam has actually had two careers at NAB. His first was as a branch clerk fresh out of school before he left to gain his Bachelor of Business Administration.

As AGCIO and First Assistant Secretary in the Department of Finance and Deregulation, Glenn plays a vital and influential role in bringing about significant policy changes and practical improvements to the Australian Government's use of ICT. Glenn's office, the Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO), sits within the Department of Finance and Deregulation.

Glenn re-joined the Australian Public Service in 2002, after a career in management, sales and engineering at a number of major IT suppliers including Cisco Systems and Apple. Immediately prior to joining AGIMO in 2010, Glenn was the Chief Information Officer for the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations.

Glenn has a Bachelor of Science with majors in Computer Science and Pure Maths, from the Australian National University and an MBA from the University of Sydney and the University of New South Wales (AGSM).





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