Daily Briefing: Secretary and Minister

Daily Briefing: Secretary and Minister
Virtual Event
Wednesday 14 July 2021
12:30 PM to 1:30 PM 
Professional & Associate $25
Affiliate $35
Non Member $55




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Listen in to a discussion about one of the public sector’s important and most confidential daily meetings

Minister and Secretaries typically meet each day and, whether it happens face to face or over the screen, it is a crucial meeting in our Westminster system of government.

Good public policy, as well as Ministerial and public sector careers, depend on these meetings being frank, productive, and decisive.  

But despite their importance, these meetings are shrouded in secrecy and few ever get to attend them.

IPAA NSW’s Daily Briefing series gives you unprecedented access into what happens in those meetings, with behind-the-scenes insights from Ministers and Secretaries about what makes them succeed or fail.

If you aspire to be a public sector leader, if you want to understand how political leaders think about the ideas and actions that the public sector proposes, or you are interested in the processes that shape the work of our sector, this event is a unique opportunity. 

At least 25% of this event will be allocated to questions from the floor, meaning that you will also have the opportunity to play an active part in this discussion and ask your own questions.

SPEAKERS

The Hon. Victor Dominello MP
Minister
NSW Department of Customer Service



Victor is a senior Minister in the New South Wales Government. He has held various portfolios over the last decade and in 2019, he was appointed the inaugural Minister for Customer Service. With a key focus on digital transformation.

Victor firmly believes that the use of real-time data and technology are the most powerful ways to improve quality of life and reduce suffering.

Victor is a member of the crisis cabinet that has led the NSW response to Covid. He has had a particular focus on delivering digital solutions such as the Service NSW check in feature and real time data analysis to inform the state’s response. 

During his time in the portfolio Victor has been the driving force behind the roll out of the Digital Driver Licence, the establishment of the $1.6b Digital Restart Fund and the rapid expansion of Service NSW app, including the introduction of new functionality such as QR code check in’s and notification of Covid test results. 

Emma Hogan
Secretary 
NSW Department of Customer Service



Emma Hogan comes to Customer Service from the Public Service Commission, where she was the NSW Public Service Commissioner from May 2018 to October 2019. Emma has joined the NSW Government after an extensive c-suite career in the private sector, working with iconic Australian brands across hospitality, retail, aviation, media and entertainment.

Emma’s career spans executive leadership roles in people (HR), culture, communications, customer experience, digital, change and transformation in environments that have included start-up, growth, acquisition, disruption, maturation and divestment. Emma has led teams of up to 5000 people both in Australia and off-shore.

Emma holds post-graduate qualifications in HR & Business Management and is a graduate of the Stanford University Executive Program.

Emma has also held non-executive director on the boards of Can Too (2014- 2018), and AIME (Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience –2015- 2019) and in 2015, created her own for-purpose foundation; ‘Rainbow Jane’. Emma is also a member of Chief Executive Women.


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Contact

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When
14/07/2021 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Where
Sydney, NSW 2000 AUSTRALIA
 

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