10th Annual Budget Briefing Breakfast

10th Annual Budget Briefing Breakfast
Live Online Event
Thursday 19 November 2020
7:30 AM to 8:45 AM AEST
Optional networking from 8:45 am
Member $75
Affiliate $85
Non Member $95



A link to the event will be sent to those that have registered the day before the event. 

If you are a NSW public sector employee, then you are eligible for Affiliate membership free of charge. Click here to join.



Government priorities for post-COVID NSW

ABOUT THIS EVENT  

Be briefed by the Secretary of the NSW Treasury on the investment decisions and economic insights that underpin the 2020 NSW Budget and the government’s priorities for the public sector in the year ahead. 
 
WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND

95% of respondents to our event survey said the 9th Annual Budget Briefing Breakfast developed their understanding of the 2019-20 NSW Budget.

“Fantastic very informative and helpful to my role overall. I enjoyed the way the budget was unpacked in a clear and interesting manner.” – Anonymous


This year’s budget will be one of the most important in NSW history and will signal the government’s specific policy priorities for re-opening the economy, rebuilding communities and creating new employment opportunities. This is an opportunity for you to hear directly from the NSW Treasurer about the major priorities of the budget and the role that the public sector will play in meeting those priorities.

This briefing will help you to understand how the budget will shape the priorities of the public sector as a whole, the work of individual clusters, and the lives of citizens in the year ahead. 

All IPAA events include purposeful networking which allows you to: 


  • Build relationships with the speaker/s and fellow guests
  • Develop your capabilities
  • Establish connections across the NSW public sector.

FACILITATOR


Elizabeth Koff FIPAA
IPAA NSW President
Secretary
NSW Ministry of Health


Elizabeth was appointed Secretary, NSW Health in 2016. As Secretary, Elizabeth is responsible for the management of the NSW health system ($24 billion budget and 118,000 FTE) and setting strategic direction to ensure NSW continues to provide exceptional healthcare, research and education.

Elizabeth was elected to the position of President for IPAA NSW in December 2019. She has held a number of senior executive roles within the NSW health system, across operational and policy portfolios.

Elizabeth is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Technology Sydney, a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD), a Fellow of the Institute of Public Administration Australia (IPAA) and a member of Chief Executive Women. 

SPEAKERS

Jim Betts
Secretary
NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment



Jim Betts is the Secretary of the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment, which holds key responsibilities within the New South Wales Government for long-term planning, infrastructure priorities, natural resources, the environment, energy and growing the State’s industries. His previous roles include six years as the Chief Executive Officer at Infrastructure NSW and five years as Secretary of the Victorian Department of Transport. 

Michael Pratt AM
Secretary
NSW Treasury


Michael Pratt AM was appointed as the 27th Secretary of NSW Treasury and NSW Industrial Relations on 1 August 2017. The Treasury Cluster includes NSW Treasury, NSW Treasury Corporation, NSW Industrial Relations, iCare (Insurance & Care NSW) and SAS Trustee Corporation.

As Secretary, Michael is responsible for strategic management of the entirety of the State’s finances, budget, assets, liabilities and financial risk management framework and transformation.

Tim Reardon
Secretary
NSW Department of Premier & Cabinet


Tim Reardon is the Secretary of the NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet. Since taking up the role in 2017, he has led delivering of the Government’s priorities, for the people of NSW, including customer service, driving digital technology, infrastructure delivery and transformation of the public service, with a strong focus on implementation and accountability.

Prior to Premier and Cabinet, Tim was the Secretary, Transport where he successfully led the Transport Cluster and its people on behalf of the NSW community. Tim was responsible for the delivery of the largest transport infrastructure and services pipeline, in a generation.

Tim has worked in both government and the private sector in NSW and internationally. He is a ‘Condo-boy’ from Central West NSW and lives in Sydney with his wife and two daughters.


SPONSER ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

This event is presented with support from our partner ANZ


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PAYMENTS

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Contact

Contact our office on 02 8066 1900 or email events@nsw.ipaa.org.au for any questions and/or clarifications.

When
19/11/2020 7:30 AM - 9:15 AM
Where
Sydney, NSW 2000 AUSTRALIA
 

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