GOVIS 2013 Collaborations and Cloud
17 and 18 June, Museum of New Zealand, Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington

Collaborations – find out what makes a successful collaboration and hear important lessons from those that have been involved in joint developments. Cloud – no longer the scary unknown, cloud is now Business as Usual for New Zealand Government – or is it?

Monday 17th June

Time

Event

With

Where

 8.00am  Registration Opens
   

The Day 1 morning programme sponsor is Revera
 

 

8.45am

Conference Opening address from the Minister for Internal Affairs
followed by:
Keynote Presentation: Implementing the vision for Government ICT Strategy.
Tim Occleshaw, Deputy Chief Executive Service and System Transformation, DIA 

Plenary Chair: Matt Mansell, co-President of GOVIS


Chris Tremain Minister for Internal Affairs and Tim Occleshaw, DCE, DIA  

Oceania

10.00

Morning Tea

 


Banqueting area

10.30

GCIO Review of Publicly Accessible Systems

Matt Ross, Manager Agency Engagement (GCIO), DIA

 Oceania

12.00pm

Buffet Lunch 

After the lunch break, come over to the Vodafone Centre to participate in three breakout streams

Banqueting area


 

1.00 to 1.30

Collaboration for information service delivery  Government Information Services was established in 2011 to provide specialist content and information services to government. This presentation shows how it is possible to break the traditional mould of working within government silos

Jared Gulian, Nathan Wall, Rowan Smith, DIA

 

 Rangimarie1

1.00 to 1.30

Boundaries = defined by function not entities How real world govt3.0 collaboration means taking a citizen or task centric view to enable and enhance technical capability

Cassandra Crowley, Local Government Online

 Rangimarie 2

1.00 to 1.30

Governance and engagement  The recipe for successful collaboration

 Tracy Parsons  NZTA

 Angus Room

1.30 to 2.00

Working together towards an all-of-government online engagement service  Nadia will be sharing the learnings from a collaborative approach to an all-of-government project

Nadia Webster, GIS, DIA

Rangimarie 1

1.30 to 2.00

Coaching to improve  collaboration and performance - public sector case study

 

Sue Mitchell IRD

Rangimarie 2

1.30 to 2.00

Getting the most value out of official statistics through collaboration 
The presenters will highlight how Ministry of Education researchers used the new Statistics NZ data infrastructure to learn about outcomes for tertiary students five years after leaving university. Good collaboration enabled the agencies to achieve research aims while still protecting the confidentiality of individuals in the study.

James King, Tamsyn Higham Statistics NZ
Zaneta Park and Paul Mahoney MinEdu

Angus

2.00 to 2.30

How to put the ‘Party’ into Multi-party contracts How do you contract when there are more than two parties involved in a collaborative venture? Do such contracts work? and what can we do to improve them?

Corin Maberly, Webb Henderson

Rangimarie 1

2.00 to 2.30

Introducing New Zealand’s largest Geospatial Shared Services Team  Using a shared services approach, users across and beyond DOC achieve increased conservation outcomes

Duane Wilkins
DOC

Rangimarie 2

2.00 to 2.30

Successful Collaborations
What are the ingredients of a successful collaboration? What are the pitfalls? A collaboration in its own right, this participative workshop is an opportunity to learn from shared stories

Dan Randow Online Groups.net

 Angus Room

2.30 to 3.00

Afternoon Tea

 


Banqueting area

  The afternoon plenary is sponsored by Intergen

   

3.00 to 3.45

Partnering to create the Realme service Mandy and David will discuss how their teams have worked together to create the new Realme service (coming soon), which will allow people to easily access services and prove who they are online.

Video Presentation (starts at 3 min 56 sec)

Plenary Chair: 

Mick Crouch, DIA 


Mandy Smith

NZPost

David Philp

DIA

Oceania


     

3.45 to 4.30

Approved Information Sharing Agreements (AISA) - The new Part 9A of the Privacy Act provides an effective tool to support collaborative delivery of public services. Critical government initiatives have begun work on AISAs. This presentation outlines the new process and talks about some of the disadvantages and pitfalls

William Michael, Brett Coombs, Doug Nielson MoJ





             

Oceania

 4.30

End of GOVIS 2013 Day One Thanks to presenters for today Now get ready for...

Chair Mick Crouch, DIA

4.30 to 7.00

Datacom Social Event




Datacom, the Conference sponsor, and GOVIS bring you networking drinks, nibbles and out-of-the-ordinary entertainment. 

Catered by Icon Restaurant

Banqueting Area



Tuesday 21 June

 

Time

Event

With

Where

  Day 2 morning programme is sponsored by  Webb Henderson

 
 

9am to 10.30

Welcome and Introductions: Chair Mark Leicester, Housing NZ

Keynote presentation Ovum Cloud Services Catalysts Framework  What makes a State sector organisation decide to move to cloud services?  Drawing on his research in Australia and New Zealand,  Steve will describe the catalysts for business readiness and executive enthusiasm for cloud adoption.

View video (starts from 11 min 27 sec)


Dr Steve Hodgkinson
Ovum

Oceania

10.30 to 11.00

Morning Tea

Banqueting area

11.00 to 12pm

DIA - All-of-government 'cloud first' approach - In August 2012 Cabinet announced adoption of an all-of-government 'cloud first' approach to be lead by the Department of Internal Affairs. Cloud Programme Manager Lynda Kamstra will give a progress update on this initiative. Alan Bell, Principal Policy Analyst, leads development of a risk and assurance framework for adoption of cloud services. He will provide an update on the framework.

Lynda Kamstra                   Oceania
and Alan Bell,
DIA Cloud Programme

12pm to 1pm

Buffet lunch sponsored by Advance Management Systems

Banqueting area

 

Between 1pm and 2.30pm join us in the Te Papa Vodafone Centre for three breakout streams

 


1.00 to 1.30

Social Media emergency management in the cloud Showing the evolution of  social media monitoring product developed to support emergency management and public safety agencies in the incident planning, response and recovery phases

Steve Milligan Intergen

Neil McCrae
NZ Police

Dr Mark Rees Microsoft

Rangimarie 1

1.00 to 1.30

Securing the Cloud Delivering cloud solutions that meet regulatory compliance. detect and defend against the latest threats are robust and in a security-rich cloud tuned to your specific needs

John Martin
IBM

 Rangimarie 2

1.00 to 1.30

Cloud delivers Census  The 2013 census is the single largest activity undertaken by a government department this year, with one third of the population projected to complete their forms online

Sarah Minson, Mark Scambury, Christian Petters
StatsNZ

Angus

1.30 to 2.00

Common Web Platform, an early case study How the platform fosters cross agency collaboration and utilises the cloud

Case Study Video

Sigurd Magnusson
Silverstripe

Rangimarie 1

1.30 to 2.00

ICT Security Services Panel - Who is on the panel, how it will work and how to engage suppliers on the panel

Steven Heath
Government ICT Supply Office, DIA

Rangimarie 2

1.30 to 2.00

Government agencies are not the enemy of agile development - a case study
Working with Greater Wellington Regional Council to develop a cloud based solution for the collection, filtering and response to environmental incidents

Clint Van Marrewijk
Josh Forde
Thundermaps

 Angus

2.00 to 2.30

Show me the Monet, implementing a workforce management cloud solution within DIA's customer services contact centre  A project to improve a variety of operational systems using a workforce management tool

Presentation Updated on 1-7-2013

John Russell-Hodge DIA

Rangimarie 1

2.00  to 2.30

Making data findable and accessible in the cloud  How Natural Language Processing is changing the rules of data management and cloud computing  

Robert Young
Pingar

Rangimarie 2

2.00 to 2.30

So how do I safely choose a cloud service provider?  An objective, pragmatic repeatable process that has been used in a number of government agencies 

John Baddiley
Davanti Consulting

Angus

2.30 to 3pm

Afternoon Tea 

Day 2 Afternoon plenary is sponsored by Silverstripe

 

Banqueting area

3.00 to 4.15

Cloud Panel Session 
Chaired By Mark Leicester, Housing NZ

Dr Steve Hodgkinson
Ovum 

Alison Holt
Longitude 174
Simon Rae
Office of the Privacy Commissioner
Alan Bell
DIA

Oceania

4.15 to 4.30pm

Closing and thanks to all the presenters today - Ros Coote GOVIS co-President

See you next year!

 

 

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