Three Sessions Added to Transform 17 Conference

The speaker lineup for our Transform 17 Conference in Canberra from 29-30 March is complete.

We’ve added not one, not two but three more sessions – this is going to be a seriously full day, and seriously good value!

Please note our Workshop day with Dan Sheldon and Sarah Atkinson has already sold out, and it is very likely we’ll have a full house for the conference, too.

Who’s been added to the program?

Catherine Thompson, Transform 17 Conference
Catherine Thompson
Head of Digital Marketplace, DTA
What’s now, and What’s next for the Digital Marketplace
Hear what’s new, and coming next for the Digital Marketplace, whether you’re a buyer or seller of services.

Stewart Hay, Transform 17 Conference
Stewart Hay
Intopia
Digital accessibility in a post truth world
Why are agencies still producing digital services that do not conform to the agreed Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)?

Belinda Kellar, Transform 17 Conference
Belinda Kellar
Director, CX, DSITI
Personalised and proactive service delivery for seniors
The Queensland Government has been working with older people to improve access to concessions and the support they need to stay healthy and active.

Who else is speaking?

Ben Holliday, UK DWP

Dan Sheldon, UK GDS

Ariel Kennan, NYC Mayor’s Office

Sarah Atkinson, Pragmateam

Jenny Hunter, Head of Digital, BOM

Brian Dargan & Luke Hymers, Mentally Friendly

Why should I be at Transform 17 Conference?

As Australia’s premier conference on digital service delivery in government, you will have access to practitioners and thought-leaders working in digital transformation from around the globe.

Our first Transform conference last year was a huge success, allowing us to compare progress in the UK, the US, New Zealand and Australia. Things have moved on since then (see my brief article Transforming Policy and Delivery) and Transform has grown, too.

If you work in this area, the Transform 17 conference is a major avenue of professional development for you.

You’ll find detailed descriptions of the schedule, the speakers and their presentations at the Transform website.

Register Now & Pay Later

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