Canberra Management Forum with Ramez Katf, CIO ATO and 2022 ACT iAwards
Please note that tickets for this event are very limited.
Ticket Pricing: (All ex GST & charges)
• Single member: $100 per person
• Single Non-Member: $140 per person
• Member Tables: $950 per table
• Non-Member Tables: $1,250 per table
• iAwards Entrant: $100 per person
• iAwards Entrant Tables: $950 per table
• Student single tickets: $80 per person
Ramez Katf is the CIO of the Australian Taxation Office. Former Managing Director of Accenture for 29 years and the transformation of the ATO and other large scale organisations makes for what will be a fascinating luncheon as Ramez discusses his experiences.
The event will also be combined to include the announcement of our 2022 ACT iAwards winners.
- Sit down lunch consisting of two course meal and beverages
- Keynote Speaker: Ramez Katf
- Pre & Post Event networking opportunity
Keynote Speaker Ramez Katf, CIO at ATO
Ramez Katf was appointed Second Commissioner of Enterprise Solutions and Technology in May 2017. He also continues to hold the position of Chief Information Officer (CIO), which he took up when he joined the Australian Taxation Officer (ATO) in November 2015.
As Second Commissioner and CIO, Ramez provides leadership and strategic direction on information and communications technology in the ATO and ensures the delivery of technology services to support our staff. He also ensures we are taking advantage of the most innovative trends in technology, to improve the experience of our staff and clients.
Before joining the ATO, Ramez was a managing director at Accenture for more than 29 years, working with government and non-government clients to deliver large-scale transformational change, in particular with innovative, technological business solutions.
His leadership of transformation programs spans Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia and China. Previously, Ramez led the transformation programs for the New Zealand Inland Revenue Department, New Zealand Customs and the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore.
Ramez holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of NSW.
Ramez’s term runs until April 2024.We expect the event will book out very quickly and we hope you can join us.
The ACT iAwards
For more than 30 years, the AIIA has been driving an innovation nation through the iAwards program. The iAwards is Australia’s longest running and most broadly scoped innovation recognition program, promoting excellence in the Australian digital ecosystem. The iAwards unearths, recognises and rewards excellence in Australian innovation and this event recognises entries from ACT in this year’s competition.
Sponsorship opportunities are available for this event.
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