Office of Digital Government
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Most Senior WA Executive.
|Government Chief Information Officer||2018|
|Director, ICT Policy & Governance||2015|
|Minister for Innovation & ICT||2017|
|Name||Position||Year Started||Year Ended|
|Peter Bouhlas||A/Government Chief Information Security Officer||2018||2018|
|Peter Towie||Director, Strategic Business Transformation||2015||2018|
BiographyOn 1 July 2018, the Office of Digital Government (previously the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer) became a discrete business unit within the Department of the Premier and Cabinet.
The ODG's roles are to: improve delivery of online services to the Western Australian community; implement higher cyber security standards across Government; develop policy and strategy to support a culture of data sharing; build data analytics capabilities within the WA public sector to underpin good policy development and more targeted service delivery; support the implementation of information technology procurement reforms across the sector; and investigate strategies to reduce the digital divide and any digital disadvantage.
Biography last updated 02 Apr 2019