In a rapidly evolving environment where Australian Government work in a more distributed workforce, it is imperative to establish governance and planning arrangements that are fit for purpose and which support the agency in fulfilling its responsibilities thus ensuring that the National Archives and the Australian Government has a public record for all its uses by government and community.
In this webinar, David Fricker, Director-General of the National Archives of Australia, will take us through Building Trust in the Public Record: managing information and data for government and community policy. The purpose of this policy is to further improve how Australian Government agencies create, collect, manage and use information assets. The policy identifies key requirements and actions to further improve the management of government records, information and data.
Join us to hear from our CIO panellists on how they are managing information and data.
- Yaso Arumugam – Chief Information Officer – National Archives Australia
- Guy Carlisle - Chief Information Officer – Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions
- David Horne - Chief Information Officer - Commonwealth Ombudsman
- Cameron Thornton - Solution Director - Information Governance, Objective Corporation
Reasons to attend
- Hear from other Federal government agencies on how they are managing information and data in today’s changing environment
- Find out about the National Archive of Australia “Building Trust in the Public Record: managing information and data for government and community” policy
- Discover Objective Corporation capability in Information Governance”
This interactive forum will be facilitated by Glenn Archer.