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We’ve got some big plans for 2020!

We have decided to try something new in 2020 and replace our annual two-day conference with smaller, more regular events throughout the year that will vary by format and topic. We will then review the success of this new approach at the end of next year to decide what 2021 will look like.This is an exciting opportunity for us to be innovative and try fresh ideas while honouring our longstanding mission – support people in government agencies to connect, learn and share about all aspects o...

January 21, 2020

Christmas with GOVIS

Mon, December 9, 2019 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM Come and join GOVIS for an end-of-year celebration at Fork and Brewer! Bring a friend, meet some new people, and enjoy some food & drink on GOVIS. Let’s take this chance to swap stories about the year past and to get excited for what GOVIS has coming up for 2020. Please RSVP by December 5th. Limited to 50 people with preference to GOVIS member agencies – so be sure to register on Eventbrite.  Refreshments will be one free drink per person and ni...

December 4, 2019

Standards for Sharing - come along to the final GOVIS lunchtime forum for 2019!

Mon, December 9, 2019 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM,  Meeting rooms G.02, MBIE Head Office, 15 Stout St, WellingtonRegistration link is here. Have you ever tried to use data from somewhere else, but couldn’t because the format was different? Have you whiled away hours of your life cleaning the data from X so that it fits with the data from Y? And it’s time to settle that acrimonious debate once and for all - should time zone be included in a standard for date of birth, yes or no?!The difficultie...

December 2, 2019

GOVIS Lunchtime Forum - Meet the CIOs #5 - Claire Govier

Fri, November 15, 2019  12:00 PM – 1:30 PM (MBIE Head Office, G.02, 15 Stout St.)Come along to the latest of our ‘Meet the CIOs’ lunchtime forums. In this series we hear from information and technology leaders from across the public sector and find out how organisations are using technology and information to meet the needs of citizens and business. How are CIOs leading change? What lessons have they learned? And what does it all mean for information and technology professionals? This...

November 12, 2019

GOVIS 2019/20 Committee

As a result of the recent AGM, the GOVIS committee has changed. The members for 2019/20 are: Mick Crouch, (Treasurer), Department of Internal Affairs (Archives New Zealand)       Claire Benson (Secretary), The TreasuryCecilia Comelli, Ministry of Business, Innovation and EmploymentChris McDowell, Ministry of Business, Innovation and EmploymentJane Garden, Ministry of JusticeHugh Blackstock, Accident Compensation CorporationPatrick Power, Stats NZRochelle Furneaux, Accide...

October 24, 2019

GOVIS AGM

Wednesday August 28th, starting at 4:15 pmVenue:  Room 1.3 Kakariki, Level 1, Aurora Conference Centre (MSD), 56 The TerraceNetworking:  Bethel Woods, Ground Floor, 73 The Terrace from 5:00 pm The AGM provides an update on the societies’ performance over the past year as well as providing the opportunity to new members and officers to stand for election to the GOVIS Committee. If you enjoyed GOVIS 2019 and would like to get involved in delivering amazing events, GOVIS needs you!...

July 16, 2019

GOVIS now on RocketSpark!

GOVIS has updated their website! The previous site was becoming hard to manage and was difficult to navigate and find the appropriate information. This new site is built using the platform provided by RocketSpark. RocketSpark have kindly agreed to sponsor this site so many thanks to them. If your organisation is looking for an easy to build and maintain website, consider the RocketSpark platform....

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