Briefing Details

Rochelle Thorne joined the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission in January 2018 as the Chief
Information Officer. In this role she is responsible for providing and maintaining the agency’s national
ICT capabilities and services to support policing and law enforcement.
Before taking on this role, Rochelle worked in Australian Government ICT for over 30 years in several
agencies and Departments, specifically Centrelink, Australian Bureau of Statistics, Department of
Human Services and the Department of Defence. Rochelle’s work experience at the Senior Executive
Level has spanned a range of ICT disciplines including Applications Development, Program
Management Office, Project Delivery, Strategy and Architecture, Infrastructure Management
(including Data Centres), Network Communications, ICT Security, and ICT Governance.
Some career highlights have included shared responsibility for Centrelink’s first Online Claim,
Centrelink’s first e-Service, Centrelink’s Pharmaceutical Concession Validation system, Basics Card,
remediated eHealth capability at Medicare in 2013 and the 2011 Household Census applications
(including the eCensus). While working in Operations at the Department of Defence, Rochelle also
contributed to the delivery of large scale infrastructure transformation projects. Rochelle has
managed large budgets of several hundreds of millions and large commercial contracts delivering key
ICT operational capability. Rochelle has worked closely with the ICT Industry in Canberra while
managing over 1000 staff.
Rochelle graduated from the University of New England (UNE) in 1985 with a Bachelor of Science and
Graduate Diploma of Education. She has also completed a Graduate Diploma of Computing Studies at
the University of Canberra, Diploma of Project Management at UNE and a Graduate Diploma of
Science (IT Enterprise Architecture) through the University of New South Wales at the Australian
Defence Force Academy.

Speaker

Ms Rochelle Thorne Chief Information Officer
Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission

BRIEFING INFORMATION

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City: Canberra

Date: Tuesday, 17 March 2020

Time: 12:00 PM  - 02:00 PM

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