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Planned for Spring 2021, this exciting new event will shape a cutting-edge, customer centric and fully digital vision for NSW.

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Power of ideas

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The NSW Government is a big believer in the power of ideas to improve lives and ultimately, the future.

In just the last 20 years the world has seen some big changes. It wasn’t so long ago that no-one had heard of iPhones or Instagram, and Google failed to sell for US$1 million.

If so much can change in such a short time, what does the next 20 years have in store for us?

At future.nsw, we will imagine what NSW could look like in 2040 and beyond and we’re excited for you to be a part of it.                              

The NSW Government is harnessing the power of technology to deliver smarter, faster and easier services. But we can’t go it alone.

We want to work together with NSW residents, the private sector, industry and business leaders as well as academics and researchers to innovate and improve the services we provide.

future.nsw will explore topics such as

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Plan for the future

How we can plan our digital future. What does a customer centric government look like in 2040

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Data and privacy

How we can provide open data without compromising privacy and cyber security

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Leverage the private sector

How we can leverage private sector advancements

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How we can strengthen partnerships with the private sector, industry and academia

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So much can happen between now and 2040. 

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