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TRANSFORM: The Government Transformation Conference

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When:
March 29, 2017 – March 30, 2017 all-day
2017-03-29T00:00:00+11:00
2017-03-31T00:00:00+11:00
Where:
Canberra ACT 2601
Australia
TRANSFORM: The Government Transformation Conference @ Canberra | Australian Capital Territory | Australia

Transform 2017 features speakers from around the world and the country deeply engaged in the process of effecting digital transformation in Government, and takes place March 29-30 at the National Museum in Canberra.

Featuring global experts in Digital Transformation and Government Digital Service Design, including

       •       Ariel Kennan, Director, Design and Product NYC Mayors Office
       •       Dan Sheldon, co-founder of the NHS.UK digital healthcare service
       •       Ben Holliday, Head of UX, DWP (UK)

Eminently practical, designed for practitioners, delivered by practitioners

Transform’s promise is those who do the work sharing their knowledge with you to improve outcomes for consumers, agencies, organisations and government itself, with case studies from the likes of the UK’s GDS and National Health Service, The New York City’s Mayors Office, and more.

Whether you’re in Federal, State or Local Government, or work with government to deliver services, Transform will bring you new ways of looking at your own challenges and keep you up-to-date with all kinds of developments in government service design and delivery.

Not just a conference

Transform 2017 also features an optional full-day workshop in two parts. Dan Sheldon (co-founder of the new NHS.UK) takes an “honest look at the way government works” with A survival guide for digital government, while Sarah Atkinson (Co-founder, Pragmateam) delivers Real World Transformation: “tools and techniques which form the foundation of effecting transformation.”

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Couldn’t make Transform 2016?

Download The Wrap: our in-depth review of every session from Transform 2016, or visit the Transform 17 site to watch videos from 2016.

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