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Reduce the time and effort required to find essential information about doing business with government, and to improve the information exchange between government and the ICT industry.

Easy to find industry information 

  • Government led
    • Add a list of key agency contacts, forward events schedule and make key ICT policies, strategies and roadmaps available.
  • Joint led
    • Co-design future ICT industry-related online presence for Queensland Government.

Enhance information exchange opportunities

  • Government led
    • Develop a 12-month state-wide calendar of ICT industry engagement events—promote via social media, e-newsletters and websites
    • Hold at least four Partners in Technology (PiT) briefings per year.
  • Joint led
    • Jointly promote industry and government networking events to increase attendance by industry and government participants
    • Co-host the annual ICT trivia charity night.
  • Industry led
    • Hold speed-networking opportunities.

Define a clear pathway to raise issues

  • Government led
    • Document and share with industry the government’s issues resolution pathway and provide regular feedback to associations.
  • Industry led
    • Develop and present a more cohesive and united voice to government.

Use digital technology for networking and other opportunities

  • Government led
    • Live stream PiT forums, continue video postings and undertake quarterly regional briefings (locations to be agreed).
  • Joint led
    • Jointly develop and host webinars on key topics.

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To find out more about engaging with us email our ICT Strategic Sourcing team at ICTStrategicSourcing@qld.gov.au.

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Last updated
17 July 2015
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