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John Spinaze

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Queensland Government Chief Information Office

HQ Phone:  +61 7 3235 4292

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Queensland Government Chief Information Office

P.O. Box 15086

City East, Queensland,4002

Australia

Company Description

We pride ourselves on the successful delivery of the program, by: maintaining a strong relationship with universities(e.g. career fairs, faculty events, student society events) providing advice to students and graduates about ICT career options managing the ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Director

Department of Public Works


Director, Communication and Info Infrastructure Development

DCILGPS - Department of Communication & Information, Local Government, Planning and Sport


Web References(5 Total References)


Executive profiles - Our structure

www.qgcio.qld.gov.au [cached]

John Spinaze
Director, Telecommunications & ICT Industry Liaison John Spinaze is the Director, Telecommunications and ICT Industry Liaison. He is responsible for developing and implementing strategies to encourage private and public sector investment in general ICT initiatives within Queensland. This includes facilitating the rapid deployment of telecommunication infrastructure throughout the state. Previous positions held within industry organisations include: director on the national board of the Australian Telecommunication User Group (ATUG), member of the Australian Communication Industry Forum (Network Reference Panel) and chair of the Queensland IT&T Awards. John currently represents the Queensland Government on the National Broadband Development Group which is responsible to the Online and Communications Council administered by Australian Government Department of Communications Information Technology and the Arts.


National Broadband Development Group - Cross jurisdictional

qgcio.qld.gov.au [cached]

The Director, Telecommunications and Industry Liaison, Queensland Government Chief Information Office, John Spinaze represents the Queensland Government at the NBDG.


www.qgcio.qld.gov.au

The Director, Telecommunications and Industry Liaison, Queensland Government Chief Information Office, John Spinaze represents the Queensland Government at the NBDG.


Department of the Premier and Cabinet - Calling Torres Strait

premiers.qld.gov.au [cached]

Department of Public Works Director John Spinaze said access to telephones, videoconferencing, internet and email is opening up a world of opportunity in the Torres Strait."Access to this technology will make a significant difference, particularly in relation to safety and emergency issues.We will also see commerce and industry use this technology to expand business and to create more jobs," he said.


Media Releases

www.cydn.com.au [cached]

Department of Public Works Director of ICT Infrastructure John Spinaze said the agreement committed Optus to providing $420 000 a year for the next five years for training Balkanu employees.
"Local Indigenous people throughout Cape York will be trained to install and maintain broadband telecommunications infrastructure. Through this process, ICT skills will be passed along to more members of Indigenous communities. "There is a real interest in this work and quite a number of Indigenous people already are skilled and interested in ICT. This latest training will go a long way towards boosting job growth in Cape York communities," John said


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