The Public Sector ICT Forum

The Public Sector ICT Forum was established in early 2016. The board comprises government IT officers (GITOs), chief information officers (CIOs) and chief technology officer (CTOs) from within the public sector. The purpose is to provide a focused platform and opportunity for public sector ICT decision-makers to come together to engage and discuss topics that are key to the local public sector.

In the past 12 months, it has proved to be a valuable thought-leadership and knowledge-sharing platform for the local community of ICT decision-makers.

The forum provides C-level IT professionals in the public sector with the opportunity to hear insight and lessons learnt from leading local and international speakers, as well as engaging with a broad spectrum of their peers and colleagues within the public sector ICT community.

The Public Sector ICT Forum provides a space where dialogue and debate, no matter how contentious or controversial, is welcomed. Ideas and concepts generated at the biannual events (May and September), and during the quarterly board meetings, are taken back to companies’ areas of work and developed further.

You can become part of this informal community that encourages collaboration and thought-leadership in the name of improved service delivery by becoming a member.

Looking forward to welcoming you as a fully-fledged member of the Public Sector ICT Forum.

Let’s engage!

Feel free to send us your thoughts, ideas and comments via our recently launched ‘CHAT FUNCTION’; see bottom left-hand corner of each page, and make your voice heard.