Partners in Technology briefing

Business & Economy Queensland Government Technology & Communications

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  • Location: The Edge, State Library of Queensland, Brisbane 0 Queensland

Partners in Technology (PiT) provides a forum for Queensland's ICT industry to understand both the Queensland Government's and non-government organisations' ICT procurement requirements as well as discussing technology strategies, industry trends etc.
 
You are invited to attend the next PiT briefing which will discuss:

  • the challenges facing the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services
  • the review of Queensland Government Procurement
  • the Advance Queensland Small Business Innovation Research pilot program.

Presenters include:
Mr Darrin Bond,
Darrin Bond is the Chief Information Officer – Corporate and Executive Services, Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services
The Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services delivers a range of services that support the Queensland Government's community objectives including building safe, caring and connected communities, delivering quality frontline services and creating jobs and a diverse economy.
Topic: Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services, its challenges, reforms and initiatives

Mr David Braithwaite,
David Braithwaite is the Program Director – Implementation, Office of the Chief Advisor, Queensland Government Procurement
In 2015 the Queensland Government undertook a broad ranging review of its procurement practices to ensure that probity and value for money remain at the forefront of the state's procurement policy, and considered local content provision as part of a new procurement policy.
Topic: Update on the Review of Queensland Government Procurement
 
Ms Kylie Cooper and Mr Ben Sorensen
Kylie Cooper is Director – Innovation and Policy, Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation
Ben Sorensen is Director – Innovation and Disruption, PwC
The Advance Queensland Small Business Innovation Research pilot program is an innovative procurement program which provides seed funding for development of new or novel solutions to complex Queensland Government challenges. Successful applicants receive funding to research, develop and test their idea through to feasibility and proof of concept stages. At the end of the process, applicants have the possibility to secure a contract with a Queensland Government agency to deliver their solution.
Topic: Advance Queensland Small Business Innovation Research pilot program
 
The briefing will include a question and answer session and conclude with time for general networking.

Partners in Technology briefing
Queensland's ICT Industry
Friday, 26 August 2016 from 8.00 AM (AEST)
The Edge, State Library of Queensland, South Bank, QLD

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 For more information contact the Partners in Technology team at ict.industry@dsiti.qld.gov.au

Queensland Government, Department of Science and Innovation :
GPO Box 5078 Brisbane QLD 4001, Queensland Wide
13 74 68
Queensland Government, Department of Science and Innovation

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