Thursday, 23rd June 2022.
7:30 AM to 8:55 AM - networking until 9:30 AM optional
Registrations start at 7:00 AM (AEST)
Strangers Dining Room, Parliament of NSW
6 Macquarie Street, Sydney 2000
Full table (10 people) $1500
Half table (5 people) $750
Professional Member $155
Affiliate Member $175
Non Member $195
The annual IPAA NSW Budget Briefing Breakfast provides an early opportunity for those who work in the NSW public sector to learn how the Budget will shape the public sector, individual Clusters’ work, and the lives of citizens in the year ahead.
About this event
IPAA NSW’s Briefing Breakfast is held within days of the NSW Budget being tabled in Parliament and, by tradition, features the Secretary of the NSW Treasury discussing key public sector highlights of the 2022-23 NSW State Budget.
Budget decisions are one of the most fundamental ways that governments signal their policy priorities and strategies. The first budget of the Perrottet government will provide insights into the work directions of the sector in the year ahead and this event is an opportunity to understand how those directions will shape your part of the public sector.
The Annual Budget Briefing Breakfast returns in 2022 in its traditional face-to-face format. This popular event historically sells out so early registration is recommended.
Why should you attend
The Breakfast is usually attended by more than 250 people and includes representatives from every Cluster in the NSW public sector.
Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and discuss issues arising from the Briefing.
Is this event right for you?
Interested in how the Budget will affect you, and the people of NSW?
Delivered within days of the NSW Budget being tabled in Parliament, this event is essential for understanding how the budget will shape the work you do in the public sector.
What will you gain?
In this session, you will hear from Dr Paul Grimes PSM, Secretary of NSW Treasury, who will discuss what the 2022 State Budget means for those working in the public sector, and the resulting policies and strategies for the year ahead.
You will also have the opportunity to ask questions on the topics that matter to you.
Dr Paul Grimes PSM
Dr Paul Grimes PSM was appointed Secretary of the NSW Treasury in January 2022. He previously served as Coordinator General, Environment, Energy and Science within the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment from April 2020.
Dr Grimes has held a number of senior roles at the federal, state and territory levels, including Secretary of the Commonwealth Department of Agriculture; Secretary of the Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities; and Victorian Public Service Commissioner.
Before being appointed as a Secretary in the Australian Government, Dr Grimes was Associate Secretary (Domestic Policy) in the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, and Deputy Secretary in the Commonwealth Department of Finance. Dr Grimes also served as Chief Executive of the ACT Department of Treasury and as Deputy Secretary in the South Australian Department of Treasury and Finance.
In 2010, Dr Grimes was awarded the Public Service Medal (PSM) for his role in the development of the Australian Government’s response to the global financial crisis.
NSW Department of Customer Service
Emma Hogan became the Secretary of the NSW Department of Customer Service in October 2019, after joining government in May 2018 as the NSW Public Service Commissioner.
Prior to joining Government, Em had a 20 year career in the private sector, working with iconic Australian brands across hospitality, retail, aviation, media and entertainment.
Em is an experienced transformation leader across customer, digital, people, culture and communications, and has led teams of over 10,000 people in Australia and globally.
Em holds postgraduate qualifications in HR and Business Management and is a graduate of the Stanford University Executive Program. Em is currently a board member at the NSW Telco Authority and has previously held board roles with the Can Too Foundation (2014-18) and AIME (2015-19).
Em is also a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and is a member of Chief Executive Women.
NSW Department of Education
Georgina Harrisson is the Secretary of the NSW Department of Education. Georgina has over 20 years’ experience across a range of government agencies in NSW, the Commonwealth government and in the UK.
Most recently she has led the NSW Education Transformation agenda and was responsible for our COVID-19 response. Georgina's experience has given her great cause for optimism about the power of public service to positively influence people’s lives – the purpose that drives her work.
Georgina holds a Bachelor of Science (Hons) from the University of Birmingham.
Table booking form
To book in a full or half table, please download the table booking form below and send your table booking form to [email protected].
Download booking form here
All table booking forms are due no later than 5:00 PM, Friday 17th June 2022.