IPAA 2014 Conference: The Shape Of Things To Come
29 October 2014 to 30 October 2014
Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre
IPAA 2014 International Conference:
The Shape Of Things To Come
The Institute of Public Administration Australia (IPAA) will hold its annual conference at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre on 29 and 30 October 2014. The conference theme is 'The Shape of Things to Come', and will address delegates from across local, state and federal government on the role of public administration in shaping society and the public sector’s capacity for ideas, energy and ability to work together to achieve shared outcomes.
The program aims to inspire, engage and provoke discussions around the future of public administration in Australia and includes a spectrum of speakers from local and international public service leaders, academics and organisational heads speaking on three core sub themes; ‘Looking Within’, ‘Reaching Out’, and ‘Beyond Our Shores’.
Air Chief Marshal Angus Houston AC AFC (Ret’d), Prime Minister's Special Envoy for MH17 and Chief Coordinator MH370
Professor R.A.W. Rhodes, Professor of Government (Research), University of Southampton (UK) and Griffith University (AU)
Sue Ash AO, Chief Executive Officer, UnitingCare West
Stephen Sedgwick AO, FIPAA, Commissioner, Australian Public Service Commission
Mal Wauchope, Commissioner, Public Sector Commission WA
Sharyn O’Neill, Director General, Department of Education WA
Noel Pearson, Chairman, Cape York Group (CYG)
To find out more about the 'shape of things to come' for Australia's public administration and to join industry leaders across public, private and the Not for Profit sectors, attend the IPAA 2014 International Conference or join the discussion on Twitter @IPAA_2014 #ipaa2014.
Register online at http://www.ipaa2014.org.au
IPAA is the professional association for the public sector across local, state and federal government with the aim to ‘advance excellence in public administration across Australia’.
Institute of Public Administration Australia
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