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The Honourable Michael Keenan MP

The Honourable Michael Keenan MP

Minister for Human Services and Digital Transformation

Michael Keenan was sworn in as Australia’s Minister for Human Services and Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for Digital Transformation on 20 December 2017. Michael is the Minister responsible for the operations of the Department of Human Services.

 

Michael has previously held significant ministerial positions including Australia’s Minister for Justice, and Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for Counter Terrorism. 

 

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Monday, 29 October, 2018 09:45 AM|Monday, 29 October, 2018 10:00 AM

Guest Keynote: Ministerial Address: From Trend to Impact: The Real Story of Digital Transformation

From emerging trends to delivering at-scale impact, the journey of digital transformation has the potential to make a real impact for the benefit of people and organisations. In his keynote, Michael Keenan, Minister for Digital Transformation, outlines his insights from driving the government’s digital transformation and his vision for the future of digital government.

About the Speaker

Michael Keenan was sworn in as Australia’s Minister for Human Services and Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for Digital Transformation on 20 December 2017. Michael is the Minister responsible for the operations of the Department of Human Services including Centrelink and Medicare.

 

Michael has previously held significant ministerial positions including Australia’s Minister for Justice (September 2013 – December 2017) and Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for Counter Terrorism (May 2015 – December 2017). His roles during this time included leading the Commonwealth’s efforts to counter violent extremism and ensuring effective and integrated implementation of Australia’s Counter-Terrorism Strategy.

 

As the Justice Minister Michael lead the Commonwealth’s work to combat serious and organised crime both domestically and abroad, securing cooperation with states and territories as well as international counterparts on criminal matters.

 

Michael was born and raised in Stirling and at the Federal election on 9 October 2004, Michael was elected as the Member for Stirling with the support of his wife Georgina who together have three young children.

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