Learn more about the presenters, their topics and other planned activity — from the opening to closing karakia.
Opening karakia and welcome
First keynote speaker
Paul James, Government Chief Digital Officer and Chief Executive, Te Tari Taiwhenua Department of Internal Affairs
Topic: Progression and acceleration — delivering citizen-centric government
Second keynote speaker
Peter Hughes, Public Sector Commissioner, Te Kawa Mataaho Public Service Commission
Topic: Collaboration — the cornerstone of a unified public service
Participants in the panel will outline their digital success and learning from their perspectives, either as part of a government organisation or system.
Topic: Their discussions will focus on how and why they are applying the Strategy for a Digital Public Service.
|Pennie Pierce||General Manager of Information, Chief Information Security Officer and Chief Product Officer||
Te Manatū Whakahiato Ora
Ministry of Social Development
|Murray Young||Deputy Chief Executive, Business Transformation||
Toitū Te Whenua
Land Information NZ
|Jason Tualima||Chief Advisor, Strategic Finance||
Te Manatū mō ngā Iwi ō te Moana-nui-ā-Kiwa
Ministry for Pacific Peoples
|Shayne Hunter||Deputy Director–General, Data and Digital||
Ministry of Health
|Craig Jones||Deputy Government Statistician and Deputy Chief Executive||
|Mark Horgan||Principal Advisor, Education Sector, Information and Communications Technology (ICT)||
Te Tāhuhu o te Mātauranga
Ministry of Education
|Lisa Fong||Director, Information Assurance, and Cyber Security Director, National Cyber Security Centre||
Te Tira Tiaki
Government Communications Security Bureau
Topic: Opportunities and challenges for accelerating digital government
Panellists and speakers will have discussions with the senior digital leaders who have signed up for the Hui. An executive thought leader from the Digital Public Service will organise the groups and help the discussions run smoothly.
Third keynote speaker
Ann-Marie Cavanagh, Deputy Government Chief Digital Officer and Deputy Chief Executive for the Digital Public Service, Te Tari Taiwhenua Department of Internal Affairs
Topic: Innovation and collaboration — achieving a modern, resilient and unified public service