- Published: October 2009
- Region: Australia
Whither the Australian Government's ICT Reform Agenda?
- Published: December 2010
- Region: Australia
- 17 pages
The Australian government recently released an independent review of the implementation of its ICT Reform Program. The review, conducted by Dr. Ian Reinecke, concluded that implementation of the program, while having achieved some successes, had many shortcomings in governance and in the role of its central agency driver - the Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO).
Features and benefits
- The report provides insights into the likely direction of the Australian federal government's ICT strategy in 2011.- We discuss the likely role of the central agency driver - AGIMO - in 2011 and thereafter.
The ICT Reform Program receives a disappointing scorecard.Whole-of-government ICT needs to deliver business value to agencies to maintain its relevance.Agency secretaries and CEOs need to reassert ownership of '"just enough" whole-of-government ICT.
Your key questions answered
- What were the outcomes of the recent review conducted by Dr. Ian Reinecke into the imlementation of the government's ICT Reform Program?- What will the role of AGIMO be in 2011 and thereafter?
In a nutshell
THE ICT REFORM PROGRAM RECEIVES A DISAPPOINTING SCORECARD
The Gershon way – a more whole-of-government approach to ICT
Strategic thinking lost in a swamp of process in the "war on costs"
A mixed legacy – on balance damaging to executive perceptions of ICT
WHOLE-OF-GOVERNMENT ICT NEEDS TO DELIVER BUSINESS VALUE TO AGENCIES TO MAINTAIN ITS RELEVANCE
The world moves on
Has the whole-of-government ICT strategy pendulum already reached its apogee?
AGENCY SECRETARIES AND CEOS NEED TO REASSERT OWNERSHIP OF "JUST ENOUGH" WHOLE-OF-GOVERNMENT ICT
Whole-of-government ICT remains countercultural
Focus on shared infrastructure services
CIO vs. CTO?
The scope of whole-of-government ICT functions
How much whole-of-government is enough?
Recommendations for government
Recommendations for vendors