WA State of the State by Premier McGowan

WA State of the State by Premier McGowan

WA
Dec 2
CEDA welcomes members and guests from across the country to hear from the Premier of Western Australia, the Hon. Mark McGowan to deliver the 2020 State of the State address.

Speakers

The Hon. Mark McGowan, Premier of Western Australia, Minister for Public Sector Management; State Development; Jobs and Trade; and Federal-State Relations

Event overview

Western Australia demonstrated its successful management of the COVID pandemic and its economic resilience by being the only state to record economic growth for the 2019-2020 financial year.
 
While the long term implications continue to affect the state’s economy, health and regions, government is working to deliver on a $5.5 billion recovery plan with a focus on jobs creation; strengthening the healthcare system; and revamping infrastructure to drive a faster recovery in the West.
 
Attend the State of the State address to hear directly from the Premier and his aspirations and plans for Western Australia.

If you are unable to attend the face to face event you can register for the livestream here.

Meet the speaker

The Hon. Mark McGowan
Premier of Western Australia, Minister for Public Sector Management; State Development; Jobs and Trade; and Federal-State Relations

The Honourable Mark McGowan MLA is the 30th Premier of Western Australia. In his first three years in office, Premier McGowan has secured a fair share of the GST for Western Australia and driven job-creating initiatives such as METRONET, that will transform Perth, Infrastructure WA, a new approach to infrastructure planning for the state, and WA Industry Link, which gives local businesses better opportunities to tender for government work. He has also delivered significant reforms to the State’s public sector, including amalgamating government departments to drive positive change and improve collaboration.

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