AIIA GOVERNMENT BRIEFING: NSW DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
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The Justice cluster comprises 12 interdependent and interlocking government agencies that deliver legal, law enforcement and emergency services. With a FY1718 budget allocation of $10.3B ($8.3B in recurrent expenses and $2B in capital expenses), of which $51M has been assigned for the four year $100 million Policing for Tomorrow Technology Fund to provide the NSW Police Force with state-of-the-art technology to fight crime and enhance officer mobility. The AIIA NSW Government SIG is delighted to wrap up this year’s breakfast briefings with Aaron Liu, CIO, NSW Department of Justice presenting the department’s ICT priorities for the future. He will be joined by Rob Hilditch, Chief Information Officer, Fire and Rescue NSW and Ben Shaw, General Manager Policing Systems, NSW Police Force for a Q&A session after the keynote session.
During the session we will explore:
- Priority ICT focus areas in the next 1-2 years as well as key projects being considered by Department of Justice that are not already in the market
- Top 3 initiatives
- Potential assistance needed from the ICT Sector on new initiatives
- Key IT Challenges and Opportunities faced with emerging technologies such as AI, IoT, Virtual and Augmented Reality, Gamification and how are Department of Justice are working with Industry to facilitate the inevitable digital disruption
- How, as leading advocates of ‘As a Service’ models, Department of Justice see the evolution of the GovDC Marketplace play out with the increase in hybrid cloud models whilst focussed on data privacy, security and sovereignty. What impact is Treasury having from a budgeting perspective to enable this to succeed?
Chief Information Officer
Department of Justice
Aaron Liu is the Chief Information Officer, Department of Justice. He has been in the role since 2015 and has held senior roles in government, legal and criminal justice sectors both in NSW and the UK. Aaron came into the technology sphere later in his career and has brought a business focus to the role of CIO.
General Manager Policing Systems
NSW Police Force
Chief Information Officer
Fire and Rescue NSW
Rob Hilditch joined Fire & Rescue NSW (FRNSW) in December 2015 and was permanently appointed to the position of Executive Director Information Technology, CIO in July 2016. He has more than 25 years’ experience managing and delivering information, communications and technology solutions to large businesses. Solutions delivered include major technology-enabled transformation and change programs, implementing Enterprise Resource Planning capabilities and the creation of a Finance Shared Service Centre.
Prior appointments include Interim CIO IT Services Uniting Care NWSACT, CIO Goodman Fielder, CIO Wesfarmers Industrial & Safety, Head of Information Technology AWB Ltd and CIO Wesfarmers Landmark.
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