All tiers of government across Australia face constant and deepening challenges in the delivery of services and in the setting of effective policies. Business Aspect’s ability to bring sense to complexity, and to develop sound strategic planning that provides a clearly understood path to required outcomes, has allowed us to make a difference at all tiers of government in Australia.
An example includes the work done in the area of regulatory simplification where we have developed for state government a well-defined roadmap for the rationalisation of regulation in areas such as environment and resource management. Other examples include Business Aspect’s work in the development of the business architecture and associated areas for a new federal government agency and the resulting regulatory body, and the work performed in the federal education sector in the development of ‘current state’; and strategy-related outcomes in areas such as student identifiers. Business Aspect has extensive involvement in framing solutions for emissions trading and disaster recovery funding.
“Business Aspect’s biggest strengths were their seniority, experience, methodology, and judgement.”
The OCDO recognised a need to collaborate with CIOs from each directorate to build a roadmap for digital transformation. For Kieran Lawton, Executive Branch Manager in OCDO, the driving force was to make it easier for the community to interact with the government while providing clarity about technology direction and funding for the future.