The MAV Technology Annual Conference is a two-day event that explores the transformative role of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in delivering services to Victorian councils and their communities.
The program is designed to be of interest to all local government business areas and will include high profile speakers, council case studies and discussion of mobility, e-services, GIS, information management, open data, whole-of-government integration opportunities, cloud computing and other transformative technologies and processes now available to local government.
Formerly called the LGICT Awards for Excellence, the MAV Technology Awards for Excellence recognise outstanding achievements by local government information and communications technology (ICT); geographic information (GIS) and records management (RM) practitioners to encourage innovation in council service delivery for the people of Victoria.
Chris Goldstone was one of the three judges this year. The three categories for judgement were: Individual Achievement, Team Achievement, Innovation Fellowship, Collaboration of the Year and the Exemplar Award.