With most people returning to work next week after the Australia Day public holiday, there is time to reflect on some of the 2019 highlights contributing to ACS’ vision for Australia to become a world leader in tech talent, fostering innovation and creating new forms of value.







  • Support for Big Day In with 400 students attending University of Queensland, 360 attending RMIT, and 420 attending University of Adelaide.
  • Junior Big Day In Brisbane attracting 600 primary school students
  • ACS WA State Conference 2019 - Creating the Roadmap for a Disruptive WA
  • 470 ACS Victoria Young Professionals Conference
  • Tasmania Digital Pulse launch with Minister Michael Ferguson MP, Minister for Information Technology and Innovation



  • Junior Big Day Ins attracting 800 primary school students across Melbourne and Sydney
  • Warren Faulkner awarded ACS Indigenous Scholarship with Charles Darwin University
  • Felicia Vozzo, manager of DXC’s Dandelion Program, awarded the 2019 ACS South Australia Young Professional award, the first woman to win the prize in its 20 years.
  • ACS policy roundtable with Northern Territory Minister for Corporate and Information Services, the Hon Lauren Moss



  • Junior Big Day In Western Sydney attracting 690 primary school students
  • ACS WA Dennis Moore Oration
  • 390 attendees at ACS NSW Young Professionals Conference
  • 200 attendees at ACS Queensland Young Professionals Conference
  • Northern Territory Gateway to Asia event
  • Boardroom policy event at ACS Technology & Innovation Hub with the Hon Paul Fletcher MP and the Member for North Sydney Trent Zimmerman MP the Hon Dave Kelly MLA


  • Startup Catalyst AgTech mission to Israel
  • 100+ attendees at Tasmanian Young ICT Professionals Half-Day Conference
  • Boardroom policy event at ACS Technology & Innovation Hub Barangaroo with the Hon Karen Andrews MP Minister for Industry, Science and Technology and the Member for North Sydney Trent Zimmerman MP