OCTOBER 15TH, CANBERRA
FREE EVENT

Discover how to deliver effective, engaging digital communications

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Reasons you should attend

1

Insight

INSIGHT

Government digital communications need to be engaging with a best in class online experience. We collaborate with the Digital Transformation Office and other Government agencies to help you understand the transformation process and the impact on the quality of services delivered.

2

Learn

LEARN

We showcase success with best practice case studies from a range of different Government departments. You will understand how online video technology is helping them transform and achieve increased engagement with their audiences.

 

3

Network

NETWORK

Connect with speakers and your peers to get first hand advice on how to take the first steps to enhance your digital communications strategy with video. Find out what worked and what didn’t and take away actionable ideas back to the office.

Event Agenda

Cutting through the noise and understanding how to reach and engage the public is an ongoing challenge.

Our agenda provides practical advice to Government professionals and demonstrates examples of communication and engagement that is happening right now across various agencies.

ATO TVHow video is helping the ATO deliver a better online experienceSpeaker: Daniel Keys, Assistant Commissioner, Enterprise Architecture, EST

As one of the most highly visited Government sites in the country, ato.gov.au has to communicate a huge amount of complex information to a diverse audience of stakeholders. As part of it’s digital transformation, the ATO has now launched atoTV for a better online experience. Find out about the innovative ways the ATO is reaching and engaging it’s internal and external audiences with video.

DTO Defining the digital experience – why it must change for Government Speaker: Dan Searle – Chief Strategic Advisor

The Digital Transformation Office (DTO) is tasked with making Government services and information presented online more effective and easier to use. The DTO is aiming to change to the way agencies engage, inform and transact with citizens and the community and understanding the vision and drivers for this change is critical.

Hear from the DTO on how they aim to work alongside agencies to re-focus on the end user and help develop and improve their online services

NSW Fire and Rescue
Adopting live stream innovation Speaker: Andrew Parsons, Head of Media & Communications, Fire and Rescue NSW

Technology has made it easier than ever to reach and engage a national audience with live streaming, but how do you figure out where to start and what will work for you? Fire & Rescue NSW have pioneered the use of live video for media coverage, operational awareness and internal communication from events as diverse as the Firefighter games, Urban Search & Rescue Training and major incidents across NSW. Andrew will share his experience adopting the innovations that have made it simple to use live streaming in corporate comms.

Shared Services
How-to guide to live streaming Speaker: Shared Services centre

The Department of Education Shared Services Centre pioneered the use of live, interactive video streaming in Government and have delivered more than 100 successful events for PM&C, DSS, DTO, ATO and the NDIS. Find out from the most experienced live streaming team in Canberra what are the secrets to a successful event.

King Content What can Government learn about video to drive audience engagement Speaker: Christie Poulos, Global Head of Video

As the former Head of Content (Moving Image) for Red Bull and the Global Head of Video at King Content, the largest content marketing agency in Australia, Christie works to develop world-leading video strategies including the creation of hundreds of videos for their clients each year.

Christie will be sharing key ideas to leverage video to drive audience engagement, with reference to best practice across the private sector and what Government communicators can learn from them.

Australian Government Interactive speaker panel session Multiple Speakers

Session presenters will come together for an interactive panel session. This moderated panel will take your questions to help you gain deeper insights into their areas of expertise.

We’d love to see you there!

Register to attend


Date:
15 October 2015

Registration Opens:
8:30am

Presentation and Morning Tea:
9:00am-11:30am

Venue:
Gandel Hall, National Gallery of Australia, Parkes
Place, Parkes, Canberra ACT 2600


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