It is a privilege to speak to the Centre for Independent Studies about the importance of maintaining our national competitiveness –and where the digital economy fits into the achievement of that policy goal.
The evidence is clear: citizens want better digital services from their governments.
It is a pleasure to participate in CEDA’s very important ‘Digital Disruption’ sessions.
The disruption of industry after industry by a better, internet based offering is one of the great constants of modern economics.
It is a great pleasure to be here at the launch of this Intel report ‘Safeguarding the future of digital Australia in 2025’.
I am very pleased to join you at the 2014, Youth, Technology and Virtual Communities Conference.
Nearly twenty years ago I joined the staff of a newly appointed federal Minister for Communications, Senator Richard Alston.
I am pleased to be here this morning to speak at this important conference.