DTA opens registrations for Digital Summit 2020

Tuesday, 29 September, 2020

DTA opens registrations for Digital Summit 2020

Early-bird registrations are now open for the Digital Summit 2020, which brings together digital thought leaders and practitioners to consider how we adapt, engage and deliver digital transformation.

Hosted by the Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) across four days from 10–19 November 2020, the Summit will feature a line-up of speakers covering a range of themes, including Disruption and Change; Human-Centered Services; Leadership and People; Technology and Data, through keynote speeches, plenaries, interactive workshops and case studies.

“Collaboration is a key enabler to drive the digital transformation of government services. The Digital Summit 2020 will showcase the innovative ways government and industry are collaborating to deliver both during the pandemic and in a post-COVID world,” said Randall Brugeaud, DTA CEO.

On the first day of the Digital Summit, the Hon Stuart Robert MP, Minister for Government Services and the National Disability Insurance Scheme, will provide insights into the future of data and digital government services, as part of a discussion about how the last year has changed our ways of working, prompting an acceleration of digital transformation and better services for people and businesses.

On the second day, attendees will hear from Services Australia CEO Rebecca Skinner, as well as experts and advocates in user experience design, about human-centred design and strategies to deliver in ways that meet user needs. On the third day, Stephen Scheeler, Founder of the Digital CEO, will explore how we can gain a better understanding of how leadership is playing a role in digital transformation.

On the final day, Randall Brugeaud, along with other government and industry experts, will discuss how technology and data are enabling the delivery of better services for the digital age. Finalists for the Digital Awards will be announced in the lead-up to the Summit, with winners announced during the Summit to celebrate leading examples of digital practice across government and industry.

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