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NSW Public Sector Event: Navigating the Future of Public Sector Governance

30 July 2024 11:45am - 2:00pm
Deloitte, Parramatta 8 Parramatta Square, Level 37/10 Darcy St NSW
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In a rapidly evolving landscape, good governance in the public sector has never been more critical.

Join us for this co-hosted event with Deloitte for a compelling event where experienced public servants delve into emerging trends and share their insights on key governance challenges and opportunities.

Our distinguished panel will address pivotal questions such as:

  • How have risk management practices evolved over the past decade, and have they led to better decision-making?
  • What has been the impact of new technologies and rapid digital transformation on governance? Are we seeing better accountability and transparency, or has it introduced more complexity and hidden assumptions?
  • How does regulation influence governance? Does it support or obstruct good governance practices?
  • What advice would you give to emerging talent aspiring to pursue governance and risk roles in the public sector?

We also encourage anyone in a senior governance position to bring along an up-and-coming governance professional in your department or agency.

This event is an excellent opportunity to network with peers and other like-minded professionals. Lunch will be provided.

What is in it for you?

  • Gain insights from seasoned public servants who have navigated the complexities of governance.
  • Understand the latest trends shaping the future of public sector governance.
  • Get practical advice on advancing your career in governance and risk management.
  • 1.5 CPD.

Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your understanding and be part of the discussion on shaping effective governance practices in the public sector.

Speaker Highlights:

Carolyn Walsh, Chair of the National Transport Commission and a member of the Board of the NSW Environment Protection Authority

Carolyn Walsh has 35 years’ experience in the Commonwealth and NSW public services, focusing on industry, science and transport issues.

She is a former Commissioner of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (2010-2020) and has served on the Boards of the NSW WorkCover Authority and the Sydney Metro Authority. From 2004 to 2009, Carolyn was Chief Executive of NSW’s Independent Transport Safety and Reliability Regulator – the rail safety regulator in NSW.

Carolyn has a Bachelor of Economics degree, qualifications in risk management and auditing, and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. She is a self-confessed cricket tragic and a lover of musical theatre.

Christine Roach FGIA, Director, Office of the NSW Independent Liquor & Gaming Authority

Chris Roach has led the Office of the NSW Independent Liquor & Gaming Authority since December 2022 & has over 25 years of experience in public sector governance roles including Chief Audit Executive and Senior Manager Governance, Planning and Performance at Parliament of NSW, Board Secretary and Chief Audit Executive for the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority and Company Secretary and Risk Management Committee member for the Mitochondrial Disease Foundation.

She is a Fellow of the Governance Institute of Australia, and a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Institute of Internal Auditors Australia, Risk Management Institute of Australasia and the Institute of Public Administration Australia. Outside of work, Chris enjoys art, music, theatre, architecture and food.

Andrew Mills FGIA, Chair of the Financial Reporting Council, Chair of Cemeteries and Crematoria NSW, Chair of the NSW Independent Planning Commission and member of the Board of Taxation

Andrew Mills has over 40 years’ experience in senior commercial, accounting, legal practice, government and academic roles. He is a member of the External Reporting Board (NZ), a member of the Tax and Transfer Policy Institute Advisory Committee, a Senior Fellow/Associate Professor of the University of Melbourne Law School as well as a member of the Tax and Transfer Policy Institute Advisory Committee.

Facilitator:

Tom Kim, Partner, Deloitte

Tom is a Partner at Deloitte, specialising in the delivery of risk and internal audit services to the public sector. With a distinguished career spanning 23 years, Tom has been dedicated to promoting transparency and accountability through his risk and assurance services. His extensive experience includes engaging with nearly every New South Wales public sector agency, as well as supporting several Commonwealth agencies in Canberra.

As a Chartered Accountant, Tom leads Deloitte's Controls Assurance practice for the NSW Public Sector, based in Western Sydney and is a regular participant at Audit and Risk Committees on matters of internal audit and risk.

In addition to his professional commitments, Tom actively contributes to the community. He currently sits on the Governance Committee at the NSW Aboriginal Land Council and provides assurance support to the World Wildlife Fund Australia.

Venue: This is a secured building & access details to level 37 will be emailed directly to registrants from Deloitte 2 days prior to the event.

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