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    • • Digital content management • Data g Day one, Tuesday 9th November 2010 11.10 Morning tea and exhibition viewing 8.00 Registration and welcome coffee Centrelink 11.50 Case study Moving to a fully-digitalised information 9.00 Opening remarks from the Chair management environment Vlad Videnovic, President, • Modernising document output and information Institute for Information Management management systems www.iim.org.au/ • Delivering benefits from this modernisation to key agencies and end users Government keynote address • Managing the challenges of digitalising paper-based records 9.10 Open government and community engagement Steve McCauley, Director, • Milestones and challenges Infrastructure Services Branch, Centrelink • Redefining democratic participation in a digital economy www.centrelink.gov.au • Democratising information access • Delivering citizen-centric information services 12.20 Panel discussion CIO challenges – 2010 and beyond • Streamlining information delivery at all • What are the top information management priorities? levels of government • Which new trends and technologies will drive Senator Kate Lundy, Senator for the ACT* investment? www.katelundy.com.au/ • Where does cloud computing, virtualisation and *subject to availability shared services fit in the picture? • How will future technology investment plans evolve? International keynote address Andrew Mills, CIO, South Australia Sandra Coleman CIO, State Water Corporation (NSW) 9.40 Data governance or information governance? Peter Konstantin, Director of Information Management, • Global trends in data governance Corrective Services NSW • Integrating data governance with digital information Simon Sharwood, Editor, Government Technology Review management This panel will comprise the CIOs of leading organisations. • Which data governance models to use in the digital age Email: shahida.sweeney@govtechreview.com.au • Do’s and dont’s for information management professionals 12.50 Lunch & exhibition viewing Gwen Thomas, President & Founder, The Data Governance Institute (USA) Australian National Audit Office This presentation is followed by an 2.00 Case study Managing electronic workflows – what afternoon masterclass with a hands-on works and why look at data governance. • Reducing the amount of paper generated within your www.datagovernance.com/ organisation • Going mainstream with electronic document and *Web 2.0 *Digitalisation *Cloud Computing records management systems (EDRMS) *Workflow & Knowledge Management *Blogs and Wikis • Quantifying the return on investment for EDRMS *Digital Content IP • Providing general and records staff with appropriate training Australian Taxation Office • Using the right tools and electronic 10.10 Case study How to successfully select, acquire, document handling skills configure and deploy information applications, Gena Clarke, Deputy CIO, resources and content Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) The Australian Taxation Office’s eLibrary project has www.anao.gov.au/ transformed the way data is managed, while delivering information to 27,000 ATO desktops nationally. Queensland University of Technology This project uses Web 2.0 technology to streamline 2.30 Protecting information assets in the digital age collaborative content development, while combining • Who owns digital content in an open information varied information resources, including proprietary access environment? databases and RSS feeds. • Impact of the internet on: • Making information search and retrieval “quick and easy” -digital content ownership • Harnessing Web 2.0 research tools to access, -digital distribution capture, share and manage information -media rights • Using blogs and wikis to search and retrieve -copyright information -publishing agreements Charu Sood, Executive Director, Library & Information -recording Services, Australian Taxation Office (ATO) • How will intellectual property rights evolve? Damien Browne, Assistant Commissioner, Law • What impact will changes have on Infrastructure, Australian Taxation Office (ATO) information management policy planning? www.ato.gov.au Professor Anne Fitzgerald, Professor, Intellectual Property & Information Policy, 10.40 Technology Review Queensland University of Technology Standard registration fee $1300
    • overnance • Digital libraries • Security • Cloud computing • Broad *Security *Risk Management *Compliance BankUnited, American Express, Washington Mutual *Auditing *Computer Forensics Bank (WaMu), Sallie Mae, NDCHealth/Wolters Kluwer, Wachovia Bank, Disney, and Coors to build or mature 3.00 Developments in computer forensics and what these their Data Governance and Stewardship programs. mean for information management professionals (Workshop documentation will be provided) • How is computer forensics evolving? • What are the computer forensics, risk management 5.30 Closing remarks from Chair & networking drinks and auditing considerations? • Where does information management and litigation meet? • How will data privacy and regulation take shape? Day two, Wednesday 10th November 2010 • What are the challenges of managing multi-lingual data sets? 8.30 Welcome coffee Seamus E. Byrne, Associate Director, KordaMentha 9.00 Opening remarks from the Chair 3.30 Afternoon tea and exhibition viewing Graham Black, President, Australian Librarian and Information Association 4.00 Security, risks and information governance • Meeting your executive and audit committee needs Anywhere, anytime digital information access: • Best practice models for information governance Benefits of Broadband Communications • Alignment of security and compliance within information governance NSW Department of Education & Training • Streamlining internal and external controls for 9.10 Case study Developments in digital education: effective information governance delivering anywhere, anytime information using Jason Masters, Director, high-speed, fast-access broadband communications Masters Le Mesurier (International) • The Connected Classrooms Program is a NSW State Government initiative to provide Department of Practical masterclass Education and Training (DET) staff and students with new opportunities to connect with each other using 4.30 Data governance in the enterprise: primer for state-of-the-art technology to share resources and information management professionals data collaboration. Commitment to the program was The message: Data Governance is of concern to any made by the NSW State Government on 16 March individual or group that has an interest in how data is 2007, when the then Premier announced a $158 created, collected, processed, manipulated, stored, million investment over 4 years to enhance the made available for use, or retired. This workshop Department’s ICT capacity for teaching and learning. clarifies data governance trends in a global context; This session will demonstrate how using high-speed, while applying concepts and principles to digital fast-access broadband has supported new ways of information management within your organisation. teaching and learning. . • What does data governance mean, and what does it do? Dimi Papakadis, Director, Connected Classroom • When do organisations need formal data governance? Program, Department of Education & Training NSW • Where in an organisation are data governance www.det.nsw.edu.au/ programs located? • Why use a formal data governance framework? 9.40 Technology Review: Developments in broadband • How does an organisation “do” data governance? communications • How much data governance do we need? • Industry developments • How do we assess whether we are ready for data • Technology trends governance? • Enterprise-wide Applications Gwen Thomas, President & Founder, The Data Governance Institute (USA) 10.10 Morning tea & exhibition viewing www.datagovernance.com/ *Electronic Archiving & Records Management About Gwen Thomas: Gwen is Founder and President *Virtual Information Mining *Data Capture & Storage of The Data Governance Institute, which is the premier provider of in-depth, vendor-neutral information about 10.50 Panel discussion How the landscape is changing for – and assistance with – tools, techniques, models, digital information management and best practices for the governance/stewardship • Current trends and opportunities of data and information. She also serves as publisher • Emerging challenges of the web’s largest data governance resource, at • Future roles and responsibilities www.datagovernance.com; The Data Governance & • Developments in record-keeping, archiving, and Stewardship Community of Practice, located at information access www.DataStewardship.com; SOX-online.com, the Moderator web’s largest collection of vendor-neutral Sarbanes- Jackie Bettington, President, Oxley news and information; and the Master Catalog Australian Society of Archivists of Data Governance Software, at Pat Jackson, Vice President, www.datagovernancesoftware.com Australian Society of Archivists Gwen has personally helped companies such as www.archivists.org.au/ inc GST – Register 3 delegates & 4th attends FREE – register on
    • band • Storage • Web 2.0 • Digitalisatiion • Panellists 2.40 Into the future: information management Cassandra Findlay, Senior Project Officer, education for the digital age Government Record Keeping, Organisations need access to well trained and highly State Records NSW skilled information professionals who can manage www.records.nsw.gov.au/ information to not only support current and emerging organisational priorities, but to drive those priorities. Jennifer Padman, Data Management Lead, This session will explore the current and anticipated Boeing Defence Australia (Qld)* future for information management education in www.boeing.com.au/ Australia. *subject to availability Associate Professor Helen Partridge, Faculty of Science and Technology, Catherina O’Leary, Manager, Internal & Online Queensland University of Technology Communications, CSIRO www.csiro.au/ 3.10 Afternoon tea *Digital Content Management *Virtual Information Practical masterclass Mining *Knowledge Management *Digital Libraries 3.40 Practical strategies for managing risk – The City of Ryde hands-on guide for knowledge managers 11.40 Case study Delivering solutions through innovation Kim James, Senior Strategic Advisor, • What is virtual information mining? Records Management Association of • How virtual information mining has been used to Australia (RMAA) bridge the gap between people, processes and • This interactive workshop will first cover some of the applications principles of risk. The workshop will take you through • The future of virtual information mining in managing case studies and scenarios about how to recognise the digital explosion and apply risk in records and digital information • How end-users have benefited from this innovation management and what needs to go in reports about Linda Shave, CIO, The City of Ryde (NSW) risk strategies and assessments. The workshop www.ryde.nsw.gov.au/ will give you practice in developing strategies to manage risk with information projects or processes, 12.10 Lunch and exhibition viewing such as new systems, business processes, classification schemes or a major sentencing project. 1.10 Technology Review About Kim James: Kim is a senior strategic advisor Department of Treasury & Finance (Vic) / planner / project leader with a broad range of 1.40 Case study How to design, develop, implement and experience in IT and organisational change projects sustain a knowledge management strategy in the public sector. Unusually in the industry, she • Defining your knowledge management strategy has worked in senior roles in the public sector in • Taking an innovative, flexible and creative approach human resources, IT project officer and business to this strategy roles at Director and SES levels, in the private sector • Integrating knowledge and information management in application development projects, IT strategy and programs business development as a senior business analyst / • Demonstrating business value to sustain and build project leader, and as a business analyst contractor in a support for strategic objectives number of agencies. Kim has a long-standing interest in • Developing an agency-wide approach technologies to support knowledge workers, including to content management workflow and document / records management. Vanessa Hose, Manager, Kim currently works for UXC Limited as a principal Knowledge & Information Services, consultant engaging in information management Department of Treasury & Finance (Vic) projects across the sector. www.dtf.vic.gov.au/ 4.40 Closing remarks from the Chair Swinburne University of Technology (Vic) 5.00 Close of conference 2.10 Case study Digital information management in education – scope of digital libraries and online access – latest developments Why attend? This session showcases Swinburne’s University digital • IDENTIFY latest contracts & projects information access project, offering access to 35,000 • REVIEW award-winning case studies users in an open university/information • ASSESS Web 2.0 & digital technologies access environment. • MASTER your industry knowledge Derek Whitehead, Director, • TRACK authoritative & independent analysis Information Resources, Swinburne University of Technology (Vic) Register 3 delegates & 4th attends FREE! line www.halledit.com.au/DIMS2010
    • Digital Information Management Summit 9th-10th November 2010 www.halledit.com.au/DIMS2010 Dear Executive “Knowledge Management in the Enterprise” comes under the spotlight at this November’s Digital Information Management Summit being held 9-10 November in Sydney. Drawing on the expertise of information and knowledge management professionals, this forum showcases award-winning stories from across the three tiers of government. Industry professionals, experts and practitioners will share their experiences about innovations in digital information management, while helping your organisation design, implement and manage 21st century information management programs. Among our case studies, we’re pleased to showcase insights from the ATO, Centrelink, NSW Department of Education & Training, State Records NSW, Australian National Audit Office, Boeing Defence Australia (Qld), wwDepartment of Treasury & Finance (Vic), Queensland University of Technology, CSIRO, The City of Ryde, and others driving information management innovations. Additionally, we offer hands-on training to help you master data governance, risk management, privacy, security, intellectual property and data compliance requirements. Speakers, panellists and professional development experts are drawn from Federal, State & Local Government agencies, Libraries, Archives, Education, Legal, Healthcare, Planning & Development, Financial Services and other information as well as intensive sectors. Do review this program and contact us to discuss your participation at this summit. We look forward to welcoming you and your team at the Digital Information Management Summit this Regis November. t er 3 deleg Warm regards, ates & Shahida Sweeney 4th at Senior Conference Director tends Digital Information Management Summit 2010 FREE Who should attend? This conference will attract senior-level public service information technology industry executives: Federal – State – Local Government that are actively involved in digital information management programs. Including: • Digital Record-Keeping & Information Managers Industry sectors including • Records Managers • Federal, State & Local Government Agencies • Documents Managers • Libraries, including Universities, TAFE, Higher Education & • Knowledge Managers Public Libraries, Digital Libraries & National Archives • Information Managers (Public Libraries, Universities, • Education TAFE & Secondary & Higher Education) • Health • Policy & Planning Managers • Defence • Departmental Heads of Records & e-Government Services • Information Technology & Communications • Purchasing Officers • Legal • Heads of Information Services/Information Management • Transport Systems • Building & Planning • Data Storage Managers • Infrastructure • Data Centre Managers • Construction • CIOs/CTOs ... and other information-intensive sectors • Operations Managers • E-Business Managers Sponsorship and Exhibition Opportunities/Enquiries: • Compliance Managers Steve Congerton • Asset Managers Publisher • Legal Counsel Government Technology Review • Information Privacy Managers Phone: +61 2 8923 8010 • Digital Rights Managers Fax: +61 2 8923 8050 • Scanning & Imaging Managers Email: steve.congerton@govtechreview.com.au • Business Process Managers • Library & Information Managers Richard Fugelsang • Record Team Leaders National Sales & Project Manager • Archivists Phone: +61 2 8923 8002 • Historians Fax: +61 2 8923 8050 • Researchers Email: richard.fugelsang@govtechreview.com.au Upcoming events: Cloud Computing Forum – Wednesday 23rd & Thursday 24th February 2011, The Realm Hotel, Canberra, Australia www.halledit.com.au/CCF2011