Partners in Technology

event calendar icon 10 May 2019 8:30am - 10 May 2019 10:00am

Location: The Edge, Queensland State Library, Stanley Place, Brisbane Click to view map

Organiser: Helen Krsticevic

Partners in Technology(PiT) briefings are a forum for Queensland’s ICT industry to learn about ICT procurement opportunities for the Queensland Government and non-government organisations.

This forum also provides a networking opportunity to discuss topical subjects and emerging technologies being rolled out by the Queensland Government.

Topics:

eHealth Queensland ICT Investment PrioritiesQueensland Health
Narelle Doss, A/Chief Digital Strategy Officer – eHealth Queensland

Through digital advancements, eHealth Queensland is revolutionising the speed and accuracy of patient care, increasing productivity, reducing long-term costs and alleviating pressures on public hospital infrastructure. One of eHealth Queensland’s key priorities a shared medical record across Queensland Health facilities – one patient, one digital record.

Strategic Transformation of Core ICT systems
Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women and Department of Communities, Disability Services and Seniors
Darrin Bond, Assistant Director-General and Chief Information Officer

An overview of the department’s work towards a once-in-a-generation strategic transformation of the core ICT systems and capabilities that underpin the delivery of child safety and youth justice services in Queensland.

DESBT ICT Priorities 2019 –2020Department of Employment, Small Business and Training (DESBT)
Greg Watts, Chief Information Officer

As a newly established department, DESBT has been implementing foundational ICT services to enable it to function effectively. Focus is now turning to the Information and Digital Strategy to support the evolution of the department, including the investment program to support this strategy.

Business Information Modelling (BIM) Principles and OpportunitiesDepartment of State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning
Andrew Curthoys, Director Engagement and Taskforce, Economic and Infrastructure Strategy

Hear about the Queensland Government’s new principles to help government agencies provide confidence to industry when preparing digital models for infrastructure delivery and ongoing asset management. From 1 July 2019, business cases examined by Building Queensland (projects over $50M) need to follow a BIM approach.

For more information or to register for this event, go to the Business Queensland website.

Presentations and Video:

The presentations and video of the Partners in Technology briefing session is now available from the Business Queensland’s  events page .


Last Reviewed: 04 June 2019