National Public Services CIO Council (NPSCC)
- To set and lead the vision and strategic direction for ICT and digital policy for local public services.
- To facilitate local commissioning and implementation of strategies and initiatives for digitally-enabled local public services reform.
- To provide regular briefings for Socitm Australia regional meetings and the membership, keeping them informed and helping them understand the implications of current and future policy developments for them and their organisations.
- To advise the Socitm Australia Board of Directors (the Board) and other advisory groups on policy, research and strategic direction.
- To strengthen the breadth and reach of the NPSCC and Socitm’s activities and the credibility and influence of CIOs engaged in Public and Not for Profit (NfP)services digital delivery and reform.
- To maintain strong links with government Ministers and MP's.
- To work with and support the activities Government Departments and the devolved administrations to ensure early involvement of the NPSCC in providing a local perspective on national policy/strategy and alignment of programmes – both delivery and challenge.
- To support Digital Alliances.
- To provide a two-way communications route between Government (Local, State and Federal) and the Not for Profit (NfP) sector.
- To identify and influence national groups and programmes which reflect priorities of local public services ICT.
- To support ICT-enabled local public services collaboration and partnership working.
- To support the development of ICT professionalism programmes for government (Local, State and Federal) and the Not for Proft (NfP) Sector.
- To work collaboratively to remove barriers in effectively exploiting technology to increase service quality and improve service efficiency.
- To influence the development of ICT infrastructure and service standards to accelerate the joining-up of public services at a local level.
- To influence ICT suppliers in order to identify opportunities for new and innovative methods of engaging with the private sector.
- To develop a work programme with clear outcome and performance measures to be reviewed each year as a publicly available report.
The National Public Services CLIO Council will be an independent group supported by Socitm Australia.
Representatives on the Council cover all geographic areas of the country, along with differing sizes of Local Councils, State Departments and Federal groups, and other public and Not for Profit (NfP) sector bodies such as Education, Police, Health, etc.
The Terms of Reference set out the structure and basis on which the Council meets and works.
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