Information: the Currency of the Digital Economy conference
The Information: the Currency of the Digital Economy conference in 2014 featured presenters from across government and business talking about the value of government information as a national asset and the importance of effective information management. Along with 130 attendees, the morning webcast drew an audience of 300, and there was discussion throughout the day via Twitter on #IAM_2014.
Check out a 10 minute selection of highlights from the day’s presentations.
Webcast of morning session
View the webcast of the morning session featuring The Hon Malcolm Turnbull MP, Minister for Communications, Dave Adamson & Paul Wagner from Canada, and the Director-General of the Archives David Fricker.
The day's events
- The Honourable Malcolm Turnbull MP, Minister for Communications opening the conference, Open for business in the digital economy
- Dave Adamson, Deputy Chief Information Officer, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat and Paul Wagner, Senior Director General, Innovation & Chief Information Officer, Library and Archives Canada, Exploring the Canadian experience (.pps, 2.7MB)
- David Fricker, Director-General of the National Archives of Australia, Digital continuity and the digital economy – towards 2020
- Barry Sandison, Deputy Secretary, Health and Information, Department of Human Services, Data: creating value for service delivery (.pps, 2.3MB)
- Professor John McMillan AO, Australian Information Commissioner, Balancing open access and privacy protection (.pps, 2.6MB)
- Anni Rowland-Campbell, Director of the Intersticia Foundation - Government in the age of the Social Machine (.pps, 14.2MB)
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