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28 May 2013
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JOIN NEW ZEALAND’S PREMIER FUTUREGOV FORUM
FRESH INSIGHTS ABOUT ICT REFORMS AND FUNDING FOR 2013-2014

The New Zealand Cabinet is revitalising its Information and Communication (ICT) Strategy. This strategy, being finalised May 2013, lays the foundations for core reforms. It impacts agency-wide ICT procurement, funding and service delivery programmes. Attend next month’s flagship FutureGov Forum New Zealand 2013 for fresh insights and up-to-the-minute news.

Join informed discussion and debate – while accessing the first-hand knowledge and expertise of senior officials, reforms’ advocates, and industry partners. FutureGov Forum New Zealand 2013 galvanises domestic and international leaders, experts and world-renowned practitioners.

2013 Focus

  • LEVERAGE cloud computing – How to do more with less IT resources and create effective applications and services.
  • MAXIMISE mobile services – Weigh the benefits of mobile communications and anywhere, anytime service delivery and information exchange.
  • OPTIMISE e-services – Streamline electronic service delivery through on-line channels, web portals and internet gateways.
  • IMPROVE information and cyber-security – Mitigate risks by balancing information accessibility versus sensitivity in a connected economy.

Key Facts

  • Budget Forecast (May 2013): New Zealand government re-vitalises ICT Strategy for 2012-2013 – with implications for annual NZ $2 billion ICT budget.
  • Common Web Services Resources Panel: Agencies engage online expertise from an approved list of 42 providers.
  • Government Cloud Programme: “All-of-government approach” to cloud computing. Tender due for “onshore cloud office productivity” – expected by June 2013. Leverages “risk and assurance” framework for offshore cloud services.

Delegates attending FutureGovForum New Zealand (2012) represented agencies including:

  • Auckland City Council
  • Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority
  • Christchurch City Council
  • Commerce Commission
  • Department of Health and Human Services, USA
  • Department of Human Services, Australia
  • Department of Internal Affairs
  • Department of Labour
  • Department of Parliamentary Services
  • HealthAlliance
  • Inland Revenue Department
  • Ministry for Primary Industries
  • Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry
  • Ministry of Economic Development
  • Ministry of Education, New Zealand
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Trade
  • Ministry of Health
  • Ministry of Justice
  • Ministry of Social Development
  • New Zealand Customs Service
  • New Zealand Defence Force
  • New Zealand Post Group
  • The University of Auckland
  • Wellington City Council..and many more

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