Breakfast with ICT Minister Amy Adams
188 Quay Street
We know Ultra-fast Broadband and Rural Broadband Initiative projects are important, but what are the Government's priorities for the next couple of years in the broader ICT portfolio?
Hon Amy Adams became Minister of Communications and Information Technology following the 2011 election and amid significant changes in the sector. What are the Minister's plans and thoughts on the future direction of the portfolio and areas that cross other portfolios such as ICT skills, education, government procurement, exporting, intellectual property and digital literacy?
Join us for a breakfast with the ICT Minister as she unveils and presents her strategic priorities for the coming years and answers your questions on Government's ICT approach, now and into the future.
Includes full plated breakfast. Places are limited so get in quick!
About Hon Amy Adams
Minister Amy Adams is New Zealand's Minister of Communications and Information Technology. She became a Member of Parliament at the 2008 General Election, representing the large rural electorate of Selwyn in the Canterbury province.
During Minister Adams' first term in Parliament, she was given the roles of Chairperson of both the Finance and Expenditure and Electoral Legislation select committees and also served as a member of the Justice and Electoral and Regulations Review Committees.
Minister Adams also founded the New Zealand Parliamentary Defence Force Scheme and undertook placements with the Royal New Zealand Navy and Royal New Zealand Air Force.
Minister Adams was re-elected to Parliament in 2011 with a majority of 19,450 votes, the second highest majority behind Prime Minister John Key, and was promoted to Cabinet. Minister Adams is Minister for Communications and Information Technology, Minister for the Environment and Associate Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery
Before being elected to Parliament, Minister Adams was a partner with Mortlock McCormack Law in Christchurch, specialising in commercial and property law.
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