Job Title: Chief Information Officer
Company: Cancer Institute NSW
Sarajane joined the Cancer Institute NSW as its first Chief Information Officer in October 2011 and has responsibility for Information and Communication Technologies as well as providing cross-organisational support for data analytics, records and information management, data warehousing and governance, and business intelligence. Starting her career as a behavioural scientist, where she discovered a love of data, she has spent 20 years working in Information Technology holding a range of senior leadership positions within the public sector, providing expert and strategic technical advice. Sarajane has studied and holds degrees in mathematics, psychology, music and public administration as well as numerous industry qualifications.
Making data available. The role of real-time data analysis in informing interactions and services. How to fully understand the landscape and respond accordingly. How to frame your architecture for innovation and develop the ecosystem around data.
Making data available; The role of real-time data analysis in informing interactions and services; How to fully understand the landscape and respond accordingly;
How to liberate the true potential of data at any government agency? What is the impact of traditional organisational structures and its potential disruption when trying to deliver innovation? Building trust and relationships within your organisation and in the wider context of persuading reluctant citizens to trust and share: convenience and trust.