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The Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) is responsible for funding tertiary education in New Zealand, assisting our people to reach their full potential and contributing to the social and economic well-being of the country.
To achieve these objectives, TEC has embarked on a major information project to harness the significant information about individual students and achievement and much more, and convert and visualise this information into a usable form.
In this presentation Brendan Kelly (BK), TEC's Deputy CE - Information, will outline how and why the organisation kicked the project off, success to date, how the information being created is and will be used, and the plans for future collaboration with both the tertiary sector, but also the school sector and industry.
Deputy CE - Information, Tertiary Education Commission
Brendan Kelly is Deputy CE - Information at the Tertiary Education Commission, overseeing all information management activities of the TEC.
Prior to this Brendan was the ICT Program Manager for the Box Hill Hospital Redevelopment Project in Melbourne where he was responsible for all IT and communications systems being implemented as part of the $447.5 million development of a new 600 bed hospital at Box Hill.
Previously, he was Director IT Architecture at the $1.2 billion New Royal Children’s Hospital project in Melbourne. Prior to moving to Australia from New Zealand in late 2009, Brendan was Chief Advisor Health Information Strategy and Policy at the Ministry of Health, before which he was Program Architect for the E-government Program run by the State Services Commission.