Information technology: positive disruption

Information technology: positive disruption

QLD
Aug 27
The Hon. Ian Walker MP, Minister for Science, Information Technology, Innovation and the Arts has made clear his commitment and the Queensland Governments aspirations for Queensland's digital future.

Speakers

The Hon. Ian Walker MP, Minister for Science, Information Technology, Innovation and the Arts

Event overview

The economy, our competiveness and our productivity can benefit from new information technologies which are changing and challenging business practice across government, industry and all sectors.

What will enhanced connectivity, vast data access and personalisation mean for provision of government services; for providing services to government; for regulation; and for procurement?

Following the recent release of the Queensland’s Governments Digital Economy Strategy and Action Plan we discuss the digital future for Queensland and the positive disruption to come from business and governments’ adoption of new information technologies.

This CEDA member event is open to all staff of CEDA member organisations and their guests. We encourage you to book early to secure your place.

Meet the speaker

The Hon. Ian Walker MP
Minister for Science, Information Technology, Innovation and the Arts

Ian Walker commenced his career with Cannan & Peterson in 1976 and has held senior positions including Leader of Norton Rose’s Government Practice prior to being elected Member for Mansfield in 2012.  Ian was appointed Assistant Minister for Planning Reform prior to his appointment as Minister for Science, Information Technology, Innovation and the Arts in 2013.

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