RA Webinar with Michael McCormack
30/07/2020 13:00 to 30/07/2020 14:00
Venue: via Zoom Link
We are delighted to be joined once again by Deputy PM and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development, Michael McCormack, for a Federal perspective on the immediate and longer term impacts of COVID on infrastructure spending.
In addition to the above, our last webinar with the Deputy Prime Minister covered a range of issues including the changes to COAG and the Transport & Infrastructure Council, road safety, regional road funding and procurement. Join RA and Michael McCormack as we address current policy issues and recent initiatives.
Date: Thursday 30 July 2020
Time: 1.00pm - 2.00pm (AEST)
ZOOM: The Zoom link will be sent to you when you have booked on this event. An email will be sent with the link a day or two prior to the event
This event is complimentary to RA members, however limited to a maximum of 1000 participants.
RA Non members - $150 (inc GST)
Any queries contact RA Director - Events, Rachael Rooney
Global expertise, local delivery.
The Hon Michael McCormack - Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development
Michael was elected the 14th Leader of The Nationals and sworn in as Australia's 18th Deputy Prime Minister, as well as Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, in February 2018.
He was elected to Federal Parliament as Member for Riverina in 2010. Following the 2013 election, he was appointed Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Finance, and subsequently Assistant Minister to the Deputy Prime Minister Since 2016 he has held various ministerial portfolio responsibilities, including Small Business, and Veterans' Affairs and Defence Personnel.
Michael began his professional life as a journalist and editor on The Daily Advertiser newspaper in Wagga Wagga before co-founding a media and publishing small business which he owned and operated in partnership until he was elected to Parliament. Away from politics he is a keen sportsman with interests in horse racing, Australian football, rugby league and cricket.