AIIA National AGM 2022
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“AUSTRALIA’S DATA AND DIGITAL DIVIDEND”
HEAR FROM THE CHAIR OF THE PRODUCTIVITY COMMISSION
As part of the AIIA’s upcoming Annual General Meeting, which will be held via Zoom on Thursday 24 November 2022 at 10am (AEDT), we are excited to be welcoming Mr Michael Brennan, Chair of the Productivity Commission who will speak on the topic, “Australia’s data and digital dividend”. Mr Brennan will also take questions from members at the end of his speech. This is a great opportunity for members to hear how our industry is poised to contribute to the ongoing productivity of the nation.
The AIIA would like remind members of our upcoming Annual General Meeting which will be an opportunity for members to contribute to the running of your association. Further details on the AGM are provided below.
Michael Brennan, Chair of the Productivity Commission
Prior to his role as Chair of the Productivity Commission, Michael was Deputy Secretary, Fiscal Group, in the Federal Treasury with responsibility for budget policy, retirement incomes, Commonwealth-State relations, social policy and infrastructure financing.
Before that he was Deputy Secretary, Economic in the Victorian Department of Treasury and Finance. Michael has worked as an Associate Director in the economics and policy practice at PricewaterhouseCoopers, and as a senior adviser to Treasurers and Ministers for Finance at the State and Federal level.
Michael holds a Bachelor of Economics (Hons) from the ANU.
Michael is currently working on the Productivity Review inquiry, Closing the Gap Review and National School Reform Agreement studies.
In addition to his role of Chair, Michael also worked on the Expenditure on Children in the Northern Territory study.