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Sydney First Boardroom Lunch with Jim Betts

Registration Time Thu 12 Oct 2017 12:30 PM
Start Thu 12 Oct 2017 12:30 PM
End Thu 12 Oct 2017 2:00 PM
Event Code EVE1705853
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Thu 28 Sep 2017

Sydney Business Chamber
L 23 45-53 Clarence St
Jim Betts
Chief Executive Officer, Infrastructure NSW

Jim Betts is the Chief Executive Officer of Infrastructure NSW, an independent statutory agency that provides specialist advice to the NSW Government on infrastructure investment and prioritisation.

Jim joined Infrastructure NSW following five years as the Secretary of the Victorian Department of Transport and four years as Victoria’s Director of Public Transport at the Victorian Department of Infrastructure. As part of his role at Infrastructure NSW, Jim led the development of more than 80 recommendations to Government of critical infrastructure for NSW – set out in the State Infrastructure Strategy Update 2014.

Jim is Chairman of Infrastructure Investor Assurance Committee, reporting to Cabinet on High Profile/High Risk projects, while providing oversight of almost 400 projects across government registered in the Infrastructure NSW assurance database.

Since the establishment of Projects NSW in 2015 Jim has also been responsible for the delivery of a number of the state’s infrastructure priorities. This has included the $3.4 billion Darling Harbour transformation along with new major projects including Western Sydney Stadium, Walsh Bay Arts Precinct redevelopment and the New Grafton Correctional Centre.

During his time in Victoria Jim was involved in the delivery of the $38 billion Victorian Transport Plan, the overhaul of Victoria’s legislative framework to integrate the planning of transport and land use, and overseeing construction of the $4.3 billion Regional Rail Link project.

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