GOVIS 2012 Share
18 and 19 June 2012, Museum of New Zealand, Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington.

The theme for GOVIS 2012 was Share. Five topics were covered over two days; Better Public Services, ‘Information sharing between agencies’ and ‘Open Government Data Half Day’(Monday): The Government ICT Roadmap, and Innovation (Tuesday).

A two hour ideas fair ran each day from 11 to 1pm to featuring demonstrations, examples, tools and how to's.

Monday 18th June

Time

Event

With

Where

9.00

Welcome

Brenda Ratcliff, Pattillo

Oceania

9.05

Keynote address: Active collaboration — the road to better public services
view video (31 minutes)

 

Colin MacDonald, Chief Executive DIA and GCIO

 

9.45

Communication failure in a disaster: a way address a problem observed in many public safety emergencies

Team Connect, Finalists in the Microsoft Imagine Cup

 

10.15

Six degrees of separation? Meet your fellow conference goers

Brenda Ratcliff

 

10.30

Lightning talks – sharing ideas quickly. Day 1 presenters give a compact version of a topic they want to share with GOVIS attendees and invite you to join them at their session later today

Day 1 Presenters with Brenda Ratcliff

 

 

 

 

 

 

11.00

Ideas Fair and lunch

 

 

 

Collect your Lunch boxes - tea and coffee is available continuously from 11 to 1

 

Inner Oceania and Angus 3

11-1.00

Ideas Fair Tables- see Daily Ideas Fair programme on tables in the conference room

 

Inner Oceania

11-11.30

Service Transformation :Result Area 10, New Zealanders can complete their transactions with the government easily in a digital environment

Donna Goodwin, Service Transformation programme, DIA

Rangimarie1

11-11.30

6ing it up – After World IPv6 Launch

Donald Clark, Murray Milner

Rangimarie2

11-11.30

What’s in it for me? Better Stakeholder Communication with Location-Based-Information

Scott Campbell, Jithen Singh, Matt Lythe Eagle Technology

Angus

 

 

 

 

11.40-12.10

Better Decisions Faster—Squiz Roadmap.

Matt Lane, Squiz

Rangimarie1

11.40-12.10

Disruptive networking—safe hands in delivering services for the three big trends in technology today.

Asnet

Rangimarie2

11.40-12.10

The Analyst as King - Freedom from IT in the integrated data infrastructure.

BESt platform’s philosophy is to empower users to take control and unleash analytical innovation.

Data locked in a PDF is not open: what is the problem and what can we do instead?

Guido Stark, Chris Toohey  StatsNZ

 

Claire Stent - StatNZ

Angus

 

 

 

 

12.20-12.50

Building Excellent Teams.

Ryan Day, Lee Herd, Intergen

Rangimarie2

12.20-12.50

More Web for Less: Reusing StatsNZ's Platform for Publishing Agency Data 

Tony Breen, StatsNZ

Angus

 

 

 

 

1pm-4.30

Afternoon sessions

 

 

 

Stream 1

 

Information sharing between agencies 

The Ministry of Justice brings you a deep dive into the Privacy (Information Sharing) Bill currently before the House. A new approach of information sharing agreements may soon be available in some form. After attending this workshop you will know what is proposed in the Bill, how groups of agencies apply to get an agreement, who approves it, how agreements work and the differences between information sharing and other options for privacy-protected data

 

Ministry of Justice, Facilitator, Brenda Ratcliff

 

Oceania

 

Stream 2

 

Open Government Data Half-Day  “You are only as good as your last re-use”

 

 

Chair: Julian Carver, OGDHD organising committee

 

Rangimarie 1 TelstraClear Centre

 1.00

 Welcome and Mihi

 Julian Carver, Alison Stringer

 1.10

 Adoption of the Declaration on Open and Transparent Government

 Alison Stringer, Keitha Booth, Open Government Data and Information Secretariat (LINZ)

 1.20

 Māori Land Visualisation tool

Garth Harmsworth Landcare Research

 1.30

 Project IKA

Dale Stephens, Ministry for Primary Industries

 1.40

 Open Data, Shared Service: demand for multi-agency data services

Matt Amos, LINZ

 1.50

 Managing data to maximise its reuse

Adam Brown, Statistics NZ

 2.00

 Charities’ Data: Economic and Social Value

Emily Marden, Charities Commission

 2.10

Commerce and community – visualising connections through data

James King, Enspiral

 2.20

 Creative Commons 2012 Update

Matt McGregor, Creative Commons Aotearoa-New Zealand

 2.30

 Organise unconference sessions

Everyone, Kelly Buehler to lead

 3.00

 Break for Afternoon tea

 

 3.30

 UnConference

Everyone, Kelly Buehler to lead

 4.10

 Wrap up and Push Forward

Keitha Booth, Alison Stringer

 4.30

 End of Open Government Data Half Day 'you are only as good as your last re-use'.

See you next year!

Tuesday 19th June

Time

Event

With

Where

9.00

Welcome

Facilitator Mark Leicester

Oceania

9.05

Session preview- AoG ICT

Matt Ross, Manager Agency Engagement, Office of the GCIO

9.10

View from the Office of the GCIO

Stuart Wakefield, Director, Office of the GCIO

9.25

Update on Microsoft negotiations

Simon Salt-Cowell, Acting General Manager, Government ICT Supply Management Office

9.35

Infrastructure as a Service- how it is saving money and improving service delivery
view video (14 minutes)

Chris East, General Manager & Sophary Dim, Service Manager, Government Technology Services

10.00

Cloud today - and the forecast for tomorrow
view video (14 minutes)

Tracy Voice, CIO Ministry for Primary Industries, introduced by Matt Ross

10.20

Q and A, Wrap Up

Mark Leicester

 

10.25

Short Break

 

 

10.30

Lightning talks – sharing ideas quickly. Day 2 presenters give a compact version of a topic they want to share with GOVIS attendees and invite you to join them at their session later today.

Day 2 Presenters with Mark Leicester

 

 

 

 

11.00

Ideas Fair and lunch

 

 

 

Collect your Lunch boxes - tea and coffee is available continuously between 11 and 1

 

Inner Oceania and Angus 3

11-1.00

Ideas Fair Tables- see Daily Ideas Fair programme on tables in the conference room

 

Inner Oceania

 

 

 

 

11.00

Eagle Technology: Land of the Long White Geocloud

GIS applications can be some of the heaviest users of computer resources. This session will cover options available for cloud-based GIS, the issues and benefits and what the future holds for geospatial cloud capabilities.

Eagle Technology

Rangimarie1

11.00

Meet the National Cyber Security Centre

GCSB and NCSC will be talking about strategic developments in the national cyber security arena. A representative will be describing the role and functions of the new National Cyber Security Centre.

Grant Fletcher, Deputy Director, Information Assurance and Cyber, Brian James, Senior Cyber Security Consultant, NCSC

Rangimarie2

11.00

Contented.com – What’s your content strategy?

Your web content should be a sustainable business asset. Real-world strategies for empowering your people to produce usable, accessible and findable web content—not just for a web project, but for business as usual

Alice Hearnshaw, Rachel McAlpine, Contented Enterprise

Angus

 

 

 

 

11.40

Can MVP help government Innovate like a Startup?

Minimal Viable Product (MVP) is popularised in Eric Ries’ book ‘Lean Startup’. MVPs use the smallest investment for the product to be deployed and prove its worth. Can MVP be equally applicable to Government solutions and deliverables?

 

Craig McLean, Anthony Boobier Equinox IT

Rangimarie1

11.40

Get to know the RealMe: igovt, RealMe and what’s happening.

 

Tim Waldron, DIA

Rangimarie2

11.40

Managed IT Services Contract for Government

 

 

Virtual Training Room as an AOG Service Offering

Bryce Johnson Manager Service Delivery, Ministry of Primary Industries

Lesley Hoskin, Senior Manager Customer Services Ministry of Education

Angus

 

 

 

 

12.20

Scaling IT for Christchurch Earthquakes

Before September 2010, EQC had 22 staff and managed around 9000 claims per annum. After the earthquakes, staff numbers have been up to 1600 and over 465,000 claims have been lodged. This exponential increase in staff and consequential demand for IT systems and support has required the transformation of the IT function within EQC.

 

Linda Smith, CIO EQC

Rangimarie1

12.20

 TBC

 

Rangimarie2

12.20

“Use The Force, Luke”: How to make best use of your testing team

Matt Mansell. Delivery Manager Testing Services DIA /Test Managers Forum

Angus

 

 

 

 

1-4.30

Afternoon Session- Innovation

 

 

1.00

Welcome and Introduction

Donald Clark, Facilitator

Oceania

1.05

MSD/DOC Comparison of our Innovation Processes
view video (17 minutes)

 

David Habershon, CIO, MSD. Nitish Verma, DOC Business Services Group

 

1.20

Christchurch Innovations #1 -  the Earthquake support coordination service is a unique partnership of two government agencies and fifteen non-government organisations. 
view video (6.39 minutes)

 

Helen Walter, SSC

 

1.30

Table Top Exercise 1

Donald Clark, Julian Downs, Equinox

 

1.40

DOC- Innovation in the Field

Alistair Bramley DOC

 

1.50

LINZ- BYOD PoC!
view video (10 minutes)

Quin Carver- Manager IT Operations, LINZ

 

2.00

Christchurch Innovations #2 - 'Shared care record' in the Canterbury health system
view video (5.44 minutes)

Helen Walter, SSC

 

2.10

Table Top Exercise 2

Donald Clark, Julian Downs

 

2.20

NZTA- Leveraging / Re-usable Innovation

Craig Soutar, CIO NZTA

 

2.30

Recreational Smartphone App

Dale Stephens, Specialist Adviser MPI

 

2.40

Table Top Exercise 3

Donald Clark, Julian Downs

 

2.55

Christchurch Innovations #3 - idea for 'Shared front of house' for Clients of IRD, MSD, and DIA 
View video (4.25 min)

Helen Walter, SSC

 

3.00

Break for Afternoon Tea

 

Inner Oceania

3.30-4.30

Flash Forum!

All

Oceania

 

Time to review, debate and vote on hot topics from the whole conference.

Facilitators Donald Clark, Mark Leicester

 

 

 

 

 

4.35

Thank You and Conference Close

Ros Coote/Mick Crouch, GOVIS

Oceania

 

 

 

 

 


 

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