Business Manager Network Meeting – review

The Centre's first Business Manager Network Meeting for 2013 was held on Friday 8th March. The productive session was attended by around 30 Business Managers from across the Centre's membership, with presentations from:

  • Jon Reid – ACNC (Director of Reporting & Red Tape Reduction): The current implementation of the ACNC, with some generous feedback received in relation to reporting and reduction of red tape.
  • Juanita Pope – PilchConnect (Director): The changes to the Association Incorporation Act and impact of the introduction of the ACNC.
  • Fiona Waters & Liana Shi – DHS (IM&T Service Delivery): Presentation and discussion on the current position of DHS on IT systems. This presentation highlighted the importance of the IT survey being undertaken by the Centre on behalf of DHS.
  • Chris Shelly (Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare): A general overview of upcoming work at the Centre, with discussion of important issues from across all attendees.

The ACNC, DHS and Centre presentations can be found attached below.

The success of this first Business Manager Network Meeting for 2013 has ensured that we are already looking forward to the next, which is scheduled for June 18th. Look out for more information closer to the date.


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