18 August 2022
ICC Sydney, Australia
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Welcome

In an age of digital reliance and unparalleled technological advancement, government service-delivery must make significant strides to meet the evolving needs of individuals, communities, and business across the nation. To remain relevant, the future of government service delivery must extend beyond citizen-centricity to capture a more holistic approach to governing with, not for, citizens. The Public Sector Forum unites all levels of government, public sector agencies and government business enterprises to help realise this integrated future.

Why Attend

    • We consistently secure the involvement of the highest calibre speakers from Australia and around the world. We have tools that make audience engagement seamless so you can ask them the questions that matter to you.
    • Every session is independently moderated to facilitate candid discussion and debate
    • Your experience is at the heart of the event. We dive deeper into technical subject matter with an outcomes-focussed agenda, and balance the programme with dedicated networking opportunities.

Gain Access

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16 Leading Industry Speakers
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1 Powerful Day
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Executive Learning Agenda
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6 Keynotes
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200+ Executives
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5-Star Networking Environment
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Past Keynotes

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Edwin Lau
Head of Division for Reform of the Public Sector

OECD (FR)
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Edwin Lau
Head of Division for Reform of the Public Sector

OECD (FR)
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Hon Justice Margaret J Beazley A
President, Court of Appeal

Supreme Court of New South Wales
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Hon Justice Margaret J Beazley A
President, Court of Appeal

Supreme Court of New South Wales
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Dustin Brown
Deputy Assistant Director for Management

Executive Office of the President, United States
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Dustin Brown
Deputy Assistant Director for Management

Executive Office of the President, United States
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The Hon. Bob Carr
Former Premier NSW, Commissioner
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The Hon. Bob Carr
Former Premier NSW, Commissioner
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Bernie Fraser
Former Governor

Reserve Bank of Australia
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Bernie Fraser
Former Governor

Reserve Bank of Australia
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John Dawkins AO
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John Dawkins AO
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Graeme Samuel AC
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Graeme Samuel AC
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Margus Sarapuu
Head of Zero-Bureaucracy

Republic of Estonia
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Margus Sarapuu
Head of Zero-Bureaucracy

Republic of Estonia
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Professor Peter Singer AC
Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics

University Center for Human Values, Princeton University (USA)
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Professor Peter Singer AC
Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics

University Center for Human Values, Princeton University (USA)
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Dingli Shen
Vice Dean of the Institute of International Affairs

Fudan University (CHN)
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Dingli Shen
Vice Dean of the Institute of International Affairs

Fudan University (CHN)
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Benjamin P. Taylor
Chief Executive

Public Service Transformation Academy (UK)
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Benjamin P. Taylor
Chief Executive

Public Service Transformation Academy (UK)
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Charlene Chang
Senior Director (Development),Public Service Division

Prime Minister’s Office, (SGP)
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Charlene Chang
Senior Director (Development),Public Service Division

Prime Minister’s Office, (SGP)
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Dr John Hewson AM
Former Federal Liberal Leader
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Dr John Hewson AM
Former Federal Liberal Leader

At a Glance

Outlook Session

Reshaping the Energy Landscape

The economic and geopolitical implications of the escalating decarbonisation race are drawing closer. Consumers are rallying, industry is mobilising, and governments around the world are responding to shape a defining moment in our collective history. In this Session, we will explore the policy, social and commercial drivers behind Australia’s energy transition, with a view to untangle the vast web of opportunities and consequences that lie before the nation.

 

Impact Session

The Implications of Hydrogen’s Emergence

Hydrogen continues to gather momentum as an influential contender in our energy future. This Session breaks down the nation’s developing Hydrogen market, covering the full gamut of technical, political, and commercial forces driving this emergence, and the implications for the resources sector and the economy at large. Our discussion will consider how businesses are adapting beyond their core competencies to drive this transformation, as well as the frameworks required to accelerate the commercialisation of hydrogen.

 

Transformation Session

LNG’s Time of Reckoning

The rise of climate-related financial risks and increased wariness from investors and insurers alike have propelled environmental, social and governance issues to the top of the corporate agenda. Deep business model innovation is required to secure Australia’s LNG sector as a powerhouse in a reliable energy future. This Session explores the changes required to make the continued development of oil and gas resources not just viable but advantageous for investors, financiers, and customers.

 

Infrastructure Session

Supporting Clean Energy

The road to our reliable energy future is paved with diverse energy sources. To walk this road and access a decarbonised, distributed, and digitised energy landscape, we will require resilient and flexible infrastructure. This Session frames the existing limitations of our national infrastructure against the trajectory of our energy transformation to better understand how our network will respond to the unprecedented scale of change underfoot.

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Why Get Involved

The Public Sector Forum is driven by an ambitious, outcomes focussed agenda, and our audience is screened for seniority to ensure you are networking with the minds shaping business. Our limited keynote and moderated panel speaking opportunities will effectively embed you in this top-end business community.

Digital and physical brand activations, as well as precise business development assets further enable you to engage with this decision-making audience. As a marketing platform to demonstrate expertise, credibility, and grow your business with key government stakeholders, the Public Sector Forum offer unrivalled cut-through.

Venue Details

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ICC SYDNEY

14 Darling Drive, Sydney
New South Wales 2000, Australia

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Pricing and Discounts

Early Bird Registration
(until 20/05/2022)
$595 + GST
$1,785 + GST
Standard Registration
(from 21/05/2022)
$795 + GST
$2,385 + GST

If you are a Vendor or Service Provider to the energy and transition industry, please email angelg@connectmedia.com to register.

How is the event maintaining COVIDSafe protocols?
We are following the advice of the Australian Department of Health. The health and safety of our delegates, partners and staff remains our number one priority. Health and Safety Measures in place include:

  • Total attendance capped with strict adherence to physical distancing measures, including traffic management and spaced seating configurations within the venue.
  • As an invitation-only event, delegate contact details are acquired prior to commencement, and on-site attendance is recorded. Delegates are encouraged to download the COVIDSafe App and must check-in on arrival.
  • Event located at an industry-leading venue with precautionary sanitation measures, including regular cleaning of all surfaces; increased awareness and provision of sanitiser; and continued rigorous adherence to ISO and HACCP food safety management standards within all culinary services.

To view more FAQs details see below.

For any other questions, please contact team@connectmedia.com.

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