This is the first opportunity in 2021, for the Minister to step the industry through his vision for the new ICT roles and responsibilities following the Machinery of Government changes that officially came into effect on the 1st July. The Minister will address current issues relating to the skills agenda and provide an update on the Australia’s digital transformation agenda.
The Hon Stuart Robert MP
Minister for Employment, Workforce, Skills, Small & Family Business
Stuart has served his nation in the Australian Parliament’s House of Representatives since 2007 as the Federal Member for Fadden.
Stuart is currently the Minister for Employment, Workforce, Skills, Small and Family Business in the Commonwealth of Australia. Stuart also chairs the Service Delivery Coordination Committee of the Federal Cabinet.
Stuart has previously served as the Minister for the NDIS, Minister for Government Services, Assistant Treasurer, the Assistant Minister for Defence, the Minister for Veterans’ Affairs, Minister for Human Services and the Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Centenary of ANZAC.
Prior to entering Parliament, Stuart owned a medium sized Information Technology company and served in the Australian Army for 12 years as an Intelligence Corps Officer, including operational service in 1998 on the PNG Island of Bougainville following the devastating civil war.
Stuart is married and has three sons.
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