The Mandarin Webcast Series: Making Open Government Real

Maintain trust at a time of significant disruption

Governments are under pressure to be more transparent. Citizens expect access to information on demand, and greater participation in policy and decision making. They also want to know how their personal information is being used and protected.


Join our lunchtime webcast as together we explore and exchange ideas about: 

  • Why senior executives should be leading their organisations to thrive on the feedback and insights of citizens
  • What it takes for agencies to be really open, in a world of citizen empowerment
  • The role of the Open Government National Action Plan in building a strong and collaborative relationship with stakeholders and citizens
  • How people, processes and systems interact to develop capability and confidence, driving cultural change
  • Which jurisdictions are making use of open government to build trust, engagement and social license for digital transformation?
Panel of Experts:
  • Sven Bluemmel,Victorian Information Commissioner 
  • Scott Miller, Chief Executive Officer, Volunteering Australia 
  • Sonya Sherman, Director Industry Solutions, Objective Corporation 
  • Peter Debus, Public Sector Director, The Mandarin



25 February 2019
1:00 - 1:45PM (AEDT)